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Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 12:33:36 EDT
Subject: Re: PUPT: .How small is too small?



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       How large?     It all depends on your goal.   Are you doing Toy 
Theater as an educational experience for a few kids or are you expecting it 
be profitable for larger audiences? How large an audience can you serve?   
I've been through this same scenario with marionette shows.   How large must 
the puppets be for an audience of 400 or 1000?   How much space does it take 
to transport the show?   How large are the boxes to check as baggage if you 
fly the show?   Just my thought pattern.   (But of course, I'm looking for 
profit first, my own amusement is in second place.)   Jim Gamble

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      How large?    It all depends on your goal.  Are you doing Toy Theater as an educational experience for a few kids or are you expecting it be profitable for larger audiences? How large an audience can you serve?  I've been through this same scenario with marionette shows.  How large=20must the puppets be for an audience of 400 or 1000?  How much space does it take to transport the show?  How large are the boxes to check as baggage if you fly the show?  Just my thought pattern.  (But of course, I'm looking for profit first, my own amusement is in second place.)  Jim Gamble --part1_31.37428925.2bd03160_boundary-- --- Personal replies to: Jimsan777-AT-aol.com --- List replies to: puptcrit-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu --- Admin commands to: majordomo-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu --- Archives at: http://lists.village.virginia.edu/~spoons

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