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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Notes from July Theatre Services Committee Meeting

Theatre Bay Area recently hosted the most recent meeting of our monthly Theatre Services Committee. The notes are posted below. If you have any questions/comments, feel free to post them here or email

TSC Meeting Notes
July 21, 2010
TSC Members Present: Serge Bakalian, Golden Thread; Chida Chaemchaeng, Aurora Theatre; Rachel Fink, Berkeley Rep; Nina Meehan, Bay Area Children’s Theatre; Jessica Robinson Love, CounterPULSE.
Theatre Bay Area Staff Present: Dale Albright, Clayton Lord, Karen McKevitt, Kendra Oberhauser
I. Meeting called to order at 10:10am.
II. 10:18am TBA news and updates.
• Members discuss TBA news and updates.
• Company memberships are now half price and Gold memberships have been eliminated.
III. 10:25am Website focus group.
• Clay asks the TSC members present about our current website and what they would like or would use if it were different. TBA is currently in the middle of a major website overhaul, and has been holding focus groups with various theatre workers, but hasn’t been able to do so with administrators yet.
IV. 11:10am Sources of Publicity.
• In thinking about the next version of the Sources of Publicity, Karen McKevitt asks the TSC members for their thoughts and suggestions.
• Hard copy of Sources really isn’t useful in this age. Members discuss possibilities for electronic versions.
V. 11:20am Regional meeting update.
• So more people can attend, Dale wants to experiment with conference calls at these meetings.
VI. 11:25am Outliers excerpt discussion.
• The reading material for this month’s meeting is a chapter from Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell called “The Ethnic Theory of Plane Crashes.


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