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Theatre talk

Presentation at Arts and Audiences, Helsinki august 2013
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Louise Ejgod

on 20 August 2013

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Transcript of Theatre talk

Theatre talk
Louise Ejgod Hansen, Aarhus University
and SceNet
Helsinki 22th of August 2013

What?
Why?
Theatre talks and different target groups
Ekstra
Learning potential for the institutions: How do audiences experience us?
Read more:
www.scenet.dk/publikationer
Simply a talk between audiences after the performance
One to one-and-a-half hour
Group of six to ten participants. three performances
Introduce new audiences to different theatrical experiencese
Make them comfortable with the experience
Test the idea of cross-segmentation - how far can we go?
Like drinking a glas of red wine, saying: How did you like it?
Only difference: someone is inviting - and listening
Positive
Negative
Attenders
Non-attenders
Introducing new genres and venues
Give the opportunity
Make it easy
Understanding

Own opinion
Introducing
What is theatre like?
I am really happy that we talk about it afterwards, because otherwise I would have disliked it. Now that we talk about it, I like it much more:
It makes a difference that you talk to people you do not know. Because in a group everyone has a predetermined role, and everyone in theory know what I think about this. But there is noone that knows what I think about anything
It was very intense. I could not feel my breath [...] It adds to it that it is such a small place
I think this is very interesting. Maybe even more interesting than the performance itself
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