I have begun sharing the following list with all the new casts this summer. I've also put it in the newsletter. It's a list of all the people we can ask to come and see a Grinder Productions show. Some are funny, some are serious, all are potential sources of audience members that shouldn't be ignored. If you're in a show this summer, please help us by using your presence in that show to get people to come. You are the best promotional tool we have, and every ticket we sell brings Grinder Productions that much closer to becoming a strong, vibrant, self-sustaining theatre company.
Just in case you were stuck for people to ask to come and see our play... who on this list haven't you asked yet?
What can you say to them? How about this:
I'm in a play! It's amazing! It's called ______________(name of show), and it runs _________________ (dates) at the ____________ (name of theatre). Here, have a flyer!
Your family members?
Your extended family members?
Your step-family members?
Your half-family members?
Your estranged family members?
The people that live at your house and might as well be family members?
Your best friend?
Your worst enemy?
All your friends?
All your enemies?
Your church congregation?
Your hair dresser?
The pool boy?
The house painter?
The person that fixes your car?
The person that reads your meter?
The person you sit next to on the bus?
The person who sets up your cable?
The person who fixes your computer?
The person who rang through your groceries?
The people in your car pool?
The people where you work?
Your boss's bosses?
The board of directors?
Your local member of parliment?
Your local municipal councilor?
The actors in that other play you're doing?
The people in your choir?
The people in your service club?
The people on your sports team?
The people who have kids on your kids team?
The coach of your kids team?
Your neighbours where you used to live?
The cute waitress at the bar?
The ugly waitress at the bar?
The policeman who pulled you over for the RIDE check?
The bagel guy?
The people in you professional association?
The people in your union?
The people on your sales list?
The people on your prospective sales list?
The people on your e-mail list?
Your Facebook Friends?
The convenience store clerk who sells you a lottery ticket?
The person who puts gas in your car?
The people you were in your last play with?
Anyone you've ever been in a play with?
People you know that are interested in going to plays?
Your priest or spiritual adviser?