This just in from colleague Adam Roberts of Arts in America (ok, I added the bird):
At select theatres and concert halls around the country you can now tweet from your seat as Carmen belts out an aria or Macbeth sees a dagger before him. Join us for an interactive community forum exploring the question of whether social media should have a seat at our performances or if it should exit stage left. Featuring a lively panel, audience Q&A (in-person and via skype), and a performance of the event's tweets by the Twitter Theatre Troupe.
Monday, January 30, 7:30pm
Admission is free but seating is limited. RSVP at http://kwiksurveys.com/?u=TweetThis .
Central Square Theater
450 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
Host: Adam Roberts
Julie Hennrikus (StageSource)
Robin Abrahams (Boston Globe's "Miss Conduct")
Matt Heck (Boston Symphony Orchestra)
Nick Peterson (Central Square Theater)
Art Hennessey (The Mirror Up to Nature)
Join us in-person or call in via skype (id: artsinamerica) to participate in the conversation. The forum will be recorded and broadcast on Livestream.
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