File puptcrit/puptcrit.0412, message 179

Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Re: schedule of public performances.
Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 14:49:17 -0500

Thanks to everyone for responding. We plan on building in an easier
method for updating changes when we redo my site in the near future, so=20
maintaining a schedule should not be as big a deal as it is now.

Besides the mechanics of making changes, the biggest problem I had was=20
with the nature of my clients. Most are government and/or
not-for-profit heavily bureaucratic organizations.  Very  often they
would be slow in returning signed contracts. I wouldn't press them
unless someone else called for the same date since I didn't like to
bother clients who had=A0given me multiple days of work each year for
many years. Since I would not post a performance until I had exact
details in writing, even though we agreed on the date up to a year in
advance, it was a problem and another reason I got rid of the schedule.=20
I guess I'll have to think about this as well. Thanks!


On Dec 24, 2004, at 1:41 PM, wrote:

> In a message dated 12/24/2004 5:12:58 AM Central European Standard T,
> writes:
> Wondering how many people who have Websites keep a current schedule of
> their public performances? Thought it would be an interesting poll.
> On our website,,  I try to keep a current
> schedule.
> To make it easier I use Hotdog for creating webpages and I've saved
> all the
> html tags on that program. Then I only have to type in the event
> information,
> highlight the text and add the tag. It's a boring job to keep up, but=20
> I know
> people are looking at it .... I get compaining emails if I let it get=20
> behind. (Now
> I have to go update it in case any of you look at it!)
> Happy Holidays!
> Marianne Tucker, Co-Director
> Tuckers' Tales Puppet Theatre
> 215-885-7073
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