Why wi-fi? Because theatre is hot spot for 'Rings of the Tree'
This play is doing I've never heard of before: it actually encourages you to keep your cell phone on. The play utilizes QR codes and links and online videos to give audiences a whole new level of interactivity. Pretty cool.
It's also interesting that all this cutting-edge technology is being used with a story set in the Victorian era. But, the playwright and one of the producers hinted that the technology may have more to do with the story than you might think...
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'Big Band Night' explores music and war themes of the 1940s
It's Big Band Night again at BYU. I've never been, but it seems like a really fun and important event.
And, the briefs:
Arts Briefs: Windmills and pirouettes
Sound Briefs: Calling all singers
Perfect Date: For you and your tweet-heart
And the Sound Hot Ticket isn't online, but it's a brief about the Oak Ridge Boys.