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The Production Publicity Toolkit

The Production Publicity Toolkit

by Lindsay Price and Lea Marshall

In the school market, you rarely have a marketing budget. But you have a lot of resources for publicity. You have social media, your students, community outreach, and more. The Production Publicity Toolkit can help you create the awareness and attention your production deserves.

The digital edition of The Production Publicity Toolkit is available for free for Drama Teacher Academy members. Visit DramaTeacherAcademy.com to download or learn more about becoming a Drama Teacher Academy member.

What do you do to get an audience for your productions? Publicity may seem like another job that you don’t have time for, don’t have a budget to implement, and doesn’t bring results.

The Production Publicity Toolkit is a fantastic e-book that can help – with Reflections, articles, worksheets, and case studies specific to the school production experience. Give your production the publicity it deserves with these adaptable elements and suggestions.

Lindsay Price
Lindsay Price is the Vice President of Theatrefolk Inc. and the co-creator of the Drama Teacher Academy. She has been involved with theatre education for over 25 years as a playwright, adjudicator, workshop instructor, resource writer, curriculum supervisor, professional development creator and keynote speaker. Her plays have been performed in schools all over the world with over 1000 productions a year.

Lea Marshall
Lea Marshall has been a preschool drama teacher, an elementary school drama teacher, a middle school theatre teacher, and now is a high school Theatre Teacher in Tallahassee, FL. She studied Elementary and Early Childhood Education at Furman University a really long time ago. Her life was changed when she spent a semester in London and Stratford, UK studying Shakespeare.

Fun fact: While taking a Theatre 1 class at Furman, she failed miserably in her first acting scene from Tartuffe. She has forgiven Molière since it was totally her fault that she didn’t know her lines well. The fault was not in the stars, it was in herself.
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