Presented by: BCT Presents
Where: Monroe County Public Library
|Thursday, February 21st 3:00 pm||Reserve Tickets|
Are you planning a big fundraiser, your first ever multi-venue festival, a show that you’ve been dreaming up for the last five years? Have you just now recovered from the nightmare of putting together some difficult event that left you feeling like you’ll never do it again? Don’t despair. There are easily employable methods and techniques that can help make the process of putting on your show be just as successful as the end result. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you felt confident in:
- creating a master contact list
- organizing your preparation tasks into easily accomplish-able timelines
- formalizing a production schedule for rehearsals and day of event
- engaging others in both the idea and the timeline
The show must go on, but wouldn’t it be amazing if putting it together felt just as good for the participants as it does for the audience or guests who attend? You could be the hero who makes that happen. This seminar will prepare you to do so.
Age 18 & up. To register click here.
This program is part of the Buskirk-Chumley Arts Start Up Education Series. Run time of event will be 2 hours.
303 E. Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47408
Monroe County Public Library (MCPL) serves the 138,000 citizens of Monroe County, Indiana, through the Main Library in downtown Bloomington, the Ellettsville Branch, and the Bookmobile. The library’s special services include the Learn and Play Space, a preschool discovery center; VITAL, an adult literacy program; CATS, a five-channel community access television network; the Indiana Room, a local history and genealogy collection and grants center (part of the Foundation Center’s Cooperating Collections National Network); and service to inmates at the Monroe County Correctional Center. The library is wheelchair accessible, with ramp access, elevators, and accessible bathrooms.