How it’s done… A lesson in online promotion.

I have recently been cast in the Falk Richter play Electronic City. It is being produced by Hoy Polloy theatre company as part of the Berlin Dayz art festival in Melbourne. The festival is promoted by the Goethe Institute (German, state-funded, international German language and culture organisation focused on promoting German language and culture globally).

Here are a list of some of the places I found links to the play and it’s performance details…

Festival Page – http://www.goethe.de/ins/au/lp/kue/ber/pro/en6387589v.htm

Company’s Blog – http://hoypolloytheatre.blogspot.com/

Theatre Australia website – http://www.theatre.asn.au/company/hoy_polloy and hereĀ  http://www.theatre.asn.au/production/2010/electronic_city_by_falk_richter

Twitter – http://twitter.com/HoyPolloyProd

Theatre Alive blog – http://www.theatrealive.com.au/Whats_On/Electronic_City_by_Falk_Richter

Theatre People blog – http://www.theatrepeople.com.au/newsflash/hoy-polloy-season-2010

Local council website – http://www.moreland.vic.gov.au/arts-and-festivals/arts-activities-venues/arts-venue-mechanics-institute.html

ABC’s website – http://www2b.abc.net.au/EventCentral/View/event.aspx?p=2&e=2820460

Pretty good for a little indie theater company, huh?

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One Response to “How it’s done… A lesson in online promotion.”

  1. […] produced and then progressed into an investigation of online story telling, cinematic techniques, on-line promotion and marketing and audio-visual technology. Ultimately, however, the production process was driven by my own […]

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