Are you the kind of person who thinks deeply about media, forms opinions, and wants to talk about them?
Do you write for a publication or platform that could provide a forum for an arts and culture review?
Do you have a space to reach people of the artistic, social, or most particularly, nerdy persuasion?
I’ve always believe that art should stand up to critique and analysis, and thoughtful examinations can generate interest and investment in a piece. So for our upcoming production of Mrs. Hawking at the Watch City Steampunk Festival, we’re putting out a call for anyone who would be interested in seeing the show and writing a review.
We’re fortunate in that we have one reviewer having already agreed to come, but it would be great to have more perspectives and more voices out there. If we do well in your eyes, outside voices talking about us could be a great help, and if we don’t, it will be very useful information to know where we need to improve. Let us know you’ll be coming, and we’ll reserve you a seat. And afterward, let us know where we can find your writeup, so we can see how we did.
So if you or anyone you know has a platform for the arts, steampunk, or general geekery, please come on out and give us the chance to impress you!
Mrs. Hawking by Phoebe Roberts will be performed on Saturday, May 9th at 2PM and 6PM at the Center for Digital Arts at 274 Moody Street, Waltham as part of the 2015 Watch City Steampunk Festival.