Three Ways To Reach Out to Your Audience

**Three Ways To Reach Out to Your Audience**

Have you ever been in an empty theater with the stage lights on? If you have, the feeling is haunting and eerie, but if you never have, think of it. It’s a place where people come to hear stories, to be taken on journeys of imagination and wonderment. Without an audience, without the people that support our art, we would have no reason to perform. The audience is who we perform for. They are why we do what we do.

That is why it is so important to reach out to them. You may love performing and want to create an incredible show, but if no one else knows about it or comes to see it, what’s the point?

1) **Be creative in your marketing**: This doesn’t mean that you need to take out a billboard or create a commercial for TV. Be personal! Talk about your show in person and hand out flyers. Create a Facebook page for your show and invite friends and family (and make sure they invite their friends and family too!) Post pictures from rehearsals or sneak peeks of costumes on Instagram or Twitter. Wherever your target audience gets their news, go there!

Spring has sprung, and for your local theatre company, that means one thing: it’s time to start marketing your summer season. Here are three ways to reach out to your audience that have worked well for us in the past.

1. A Facebook Page

Facebook is a great place to advertise your upcoming shows. Your fans can help spread the word of your theatre by liking or sharing your posts. The more people who see your page and like it, the more people will see your show! (For more tips on how to create a successful Facebook page, check out our post here.)

2. A Blog

A blog is a great way to keep people updated on what’s going on in the theatre world. You can post pictures of rehearsals, make announcements about upcoming auditions, and write reviews of other performances in town. You don’t need any special skills to start a blog; all you need is an idea! For a list of some of our favorite blogs, click here. (If you want to start your own blog, check out our step-by-step guide here.)

3. Posters and Flyers

Flyers are an easy way to get the word out about upcoming performances at your local theater company or community center. Flyers can be

It’s no secret that the performing arts industry has been struggling to engage more people at their shows. It can be hard to figure out how to reach out to your audience in a way that is genuine and organic, rather than coming off as pushy.

Today on our blog, we’re going over three ways you can reach out to your audience and get them excited about your show.

1. Social Media

This one is pretty obvious, but there are still a lot of theater companies that don’t utilize social media as much as they could. You should have accounts on all the major platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, but also consider platforms like Instagram or Snapchat that might be more relevant for your audience. If you don’t have time to manage all your accounts every day, you can use a social media scheduling service like Buffer or Hootsuite to schedule posts for the entire week in just an hour or two.

2. Email Newsletter

Email is still one of the most effective ways to reach your customers. You can send them updates about upcoming shows or events, special offers, behind-the-scenes content, and more. Use a service like MailChimp or Constant Contact so you can easily create beautiful emails without

You’ve been working on your show for months. You finally opened at the Main Street Performing Arts Center, and you had a great turnout. Now what?

You know that the first run of a show is just the beginning. Your audience needs to keep coming back, and to do that you need to keep in touch with them after your show ends.

How do you do this? Below are three ways that you can market your show for future success:

1. Social Media: After every performance, post about it on all of your social media accounts. Make sure to tag everyone who is involved in your performance. If possible, ask your friends or family members who attended the performance to share their experiences on Facebook or Twitter!

2. Email And Mailing Lists: Collecting email addresses is incredibly important to any business, and theaters are no different. Use every opportunity you have to collect emails and build a mailing list of past patrons and interested parties. Then send out emails whenever there’s news about your show, whether it’s a reminder for future dates or an announcement about an upcoming show.

4. Send Emails About Other Performances: Send emails about other performances at the theater where you performed. This will encourage people to return to the venue, which will

As the cast of Main Street Performing Arts Center, we like to tell our friends about our upcoming shows. But sometimes our friends aren’t enough. That’s when we need to reach out to our target audience. Here are three ways you can reach out to your target audience:

1) Social Media

Social media is a great way to reach out to your target audience. You can post videos, photos, and even advertise your show on Facebook and Twitter. This is a great way to let people know what you are doing and when they can find you.

2) Local Media

Local news stations are a good way to get the word out about your show. You can send press releases or call in, and they may print or broadcast your story. It all depends on if they think it will be interesting to their viewers. But it doesn’t hurt to try!

3) Flyers and Posters

Flyers and posters are a good way to get the word out about your show in person. If you hand one out or hang it up in public places, people are more likely to see it instead of just hearing about it through social media or local media.

The world of performing arts is a tough one to break into. There are so many people out there vying for the same roles and attention. While this can be discouraging, there’s also a wealth of resources available that you can use to your advantage.

As you begin your career, it’s important to have a strong presence both online and in person. Social media can help you connect with other performing artists, while also allowing you to showcase your talents to a wider audience.

Here are three ways you can use social media to market yourself as an artist:

1. Facebook

Facebook is a great way for you to share photos and videos of your work with others. It’s also the perfect place for networking; you can find other actors and performers in your area by joining groups or pages related to the industry.

There are several advantages of using Facebook over other social media platforms:

-It allows users to follow each other, which means they’ll see updates from each other even if they don’t know each other personally (as opposed to Twitter or Instagram where direct messages require mutual following).

-You can tag people in posts so that their friends will see what you’re sharing about them too! This way not only does someone who follows both of us get notified when

The Main Street Performing Arts Center is a non-profit regional theater offering a wide range of performances and educational programs, as well as space for community events.

The Main Street Performing Arts Center’s mission is to promote the performing arts as an integral part of our community by providing an affordable and accessible venue for local performance groups and diverse audiences, and by offering quality educational experiences that extend the impact of the performing arts.

Main Street Performing Arts Center stages more than 200 performances annually and attracts nearly 80,000 admissions each year, in addition to serving hundreds of students in its educational outreach programs.

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