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We have a great search feature on our website. It’s powered by Google and I think it’s pretty accurate. If you’re ever unsure of where to find anything, the search box on the top right of every page is a great place to start. If you don’t find what you’re looking for then the contact us page is your next best bet. We love answering your questions. Really, we do.

While your searches are totally anonymous, we do get a report of what people are searching for. I go through the search lists about once a week and they’re really helpful. Here’s a sampling of things we’ve done with searches in the last few weeks:

  • Discovered (and corrected) an entire section of our site that was mistakenly being ignored by Google.
  • Tightened and renamed some navigation links.
  • Improved some internal navigation.
  • Written several blog posts to address common searches that weren’t answering the searcher’s question very well.

With this in mind I’m going to do a little ad-hoc series of blog posts on this. I’ll list some recent searches on our site and will try to answer them.

Search: “Royalty Fees” and “rights to perform”

Royalty fees are priced on a play-by-play basis. The current fees are posted on each play’s product page. Visit our list of plays, click on the title you’re interested in and you’ll find the royalties.

Search: “Lindsey Price”

It’s actually Lindsay (with an “a”). Her list of plays is here and her personal website is here.

Search: “SPOOF ROMEO AND JULIET”

Drop Dead, Juliet! is one of our most popular plays.

Search: “What is the beginning income of money for a professional actor a year?”

Anywhere from zero to $20,000,000. It’s a total crapshoot.

Search: “ticks schools in gauteng”

What???

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Craig Mason

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