Louisiana Theatre Life - July/August 2012

Budgetary restraints are the source of much despair in the arts world.  In these days of less volunteerism and budget cuts, it becomes more and more difficult to get a job done than ever before. So how do we make the case for the Arts to state arts funding programs, foundations and schools? 

Louisiana Theatre Life Newsletter - May/June 2012

Boards in the spotlight:  Let’s talk about commitment - no, not the kind with padded walls and a straight jacket (though many feel that anyone involved in theatre should have the papers ready), but that which deals with duty and devotion.When people marry, they commit to each other “for better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health,” signifying that this is a serious, ought out decision, as it should be. So why am I thinking about commitment when it comes to theatre? 

Louisiana Theatre Life Newsletter - March/April 2012

Liquor Liability:  To Buy or Not To Buy?by Ken Roberts             Our theatres are constantly competing for today’s entertainment dollars, and one of the first things they have discovered is that by offering alcoholic beverages, they can win out over most other entertainment venues. Because many of our patrons enjoy cocktails before a performance, during intermission, afterwards, and especially at our fundraising special events, the issue of a theatre’s liability when serving alcohol is constantly at the forefront. 

Louisiana Theatre Life Newsletter - March/April 2012

Liquor Liability:  To Buy or Not To Buy?by Ken Roberts              Our theatres are constantly competing for today’s entertainment dollars, and one of the first things they have discovered is that by offering alcoholic beverages, they can win out over most other entertainment venues. Because many of our patrons enjoy cocktails before a performance, during intermission, afterwards, and especially at our fundraising special events, the issue of a theatre’s liability when serving alcohol is constantly at the forefront.  

Louisiana Theatre Life Newsletter - January/February 2012

7 Reasons Why Theatre Makes Our Lives Better 1st, theatre does no harm. Theatre is one of those human activities that doesn't really hurt anyone or anything. While we're engaged in making or attending theatre, or any of the arts for that matter, we are not engaged in war, persecution, crime, wife-beating, drinking, pornography, or any of the social or personal vices we could be engaged in instead. For this reason alone, the more time and energy we as a society devote to theatre and the arts, the better off we will be. 

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