Martha's (b)Rainstorm - Audience Feedback
Thank you for joining us for the first-ever public workshop presentation of Martha's (b)Rainstorm: A Boston Fairy Tale by John J King!

We have done a lot of work on this project so far, but there's still plenty more development yet to come. We would love to hear your thoughts about the play as we look forward to the next draft of the script, so we've put together some questions to help us gather feedback about the areas we are thinking about the most right now. Your thoughts about the characters, about the world of the play, even about your neighborhood could shape the play's next steps!

There are two sections to this survey -- you can respond to all questions, or just a few, it's up to you!
(You'll hit submit after you click through to the second page)
What performance did you attend? *
Since the script may change night to night, we want to know which version you heard! This is the only required question on the survey.
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What 3-5 adjectives would you use to describe the tone of the play?
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How would you describe what living in Boston is like in the world of the play? What about this world felt most surprising or exciting to you?
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What was your understanding of the city's plan to build a harbor wall?
Where is the city at in the planning process? What issues will the plan solve and what new concerns does it raise?
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How did you feel about the plan to build a harbor wall?
What was your understanding of the agreement between Chelonia and Martha?
What does Chelonia need and how can Martha help? Why is Martha chosen for the task?
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Which character were you rooting for the most?
What character or plot thread felt like the primary storyline to you?
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Were there any characters or storylines you wanted to see more of in the play? If so, who and why?
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What thoughts or questions do you have about the way technology works in the world of the play?
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What thoughts or questions do you have about the way magic works in the world of the play?
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What thoughts or questions do you have about how language (human and animal) works in the world of the play?
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Before you saw this play, what did you think was the most urgent climate-related concern in Boston?
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Did you learn anything new about climate change or its potential impact from the play?
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How do you think Boston will change in the next 50 years?
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Is there anything you'd like to tell us about your neighborhood?
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