Managing Location, Capacity, and Ticketing Systems

  • Joanne Scheff Bernstein

Abstract

When we think about a performance, its setting typically comes to mind. Says Alan Brown, “Settings may be formal or informal, temporary or permanent, public or private, and physical or virtual. In the broadest sense, ‘setting’ is a sort of meeting ground between artist and audience—a place both parties occupy for a finite period of time to exchange ideas and create meaning.”1 The setting plays a significant role in that it influences both the art itself and the audience response.

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Notes

  1. 6.
    Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby (Hertfordshire, Great Britain: Wordsworth Classics, 1995), 362.Google Scholar
  2. 10.
    Susan Elliott, ed., “Filling the Seats, Ticketing: The New Age,” Musical America Worldwide, February 2013.Google Scholar
  3. 12.
    Brett Ashley Crawford, “How to Get the Most Out of Your Ticketing Investment Dollar,” Musical America Worldwide, February 2013.Google Scholar

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