Triangle Theatre Demographics
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How does this work? It's easy! Here are the three steps:
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1. Click on the theatre tabs at the bottom of the page. There are tabs for 12 local theatre companies. If you don't see your theatre tab, press the right arrow in the bottom right corner to scroll.
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2. Once you've opened the tab, fill in the information that you know. Information is sorted by season and by show.
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3. Be careful not to accidentally erase the information that anyone else has added. The document saves automatically!
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Thank you for helping the Women's Theatre Festival study local theatre gender demographics!
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Theatres being studied: Justice Theatre Project (JTP), Cary Players, Bare Theatre, Theatre Raleigh, Playmakers Rep, NCSU's Theatre Fest, Manbites Dog, Little Green Pig (LGP),
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North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre (NRACT), Burning Coal Theatre, Raleigh Little Theatre (RLT), and Theatre in the Park (TIP)
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FAQ:
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Q. How did you choose which theatres to study?
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A. We chose theatres in the triangle region that have been in consistent operation for 5 years straight, from 2012-2017. Since we are interested in data related to theaters that are producing in the Triangle and
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and employ local artists, we avoided DPAC, The Carolina Theatre, and other institutions that host touring companies.
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Q. What is the purpose of this study?
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A. We hope to publish these results, to add to the national database of gender demographics, and to help local theatres track their progress in regards to gender equity.
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Q. My theatre/show/job isn't on here, and I think that it should be. What should I do?
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A. Please write to womenstheatrefestivalresearch@gmail.com, and we will add your theatre/show/job if it fits our criteria.
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Q. How are you sure that these self-reported facts are accurate? Crowd sourcing, while efficient, isn't perfect.
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A. After our document has been completed, we will fact-check the results with local historians, newspapers, and the theatres themselves.
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Q. I have spotted an error in this data! What should I do?
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A. Check and make sure that you are correct and the reported data is wrong. If, after checking, you are sure, go ahead and replace the inaccurate data with your correct data.
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Q. This seems interesting! I want to help! How can I do that?
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A. Fill out as many productions as you personally know, share this document with all of your theatre friends, and write to womenstheatrefestivalresearch@gmail.com if you would
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like to help with fact checking. And thank you!
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Q. Help! I accidentally deleted someone else's information! What do I do?
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A. Pressing "Ctrl" and "Z" together usually undoes the last document edit you made. Do this until the information you deleted is restored. If this doesn't work, write to
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womenstheatrefestivalresearch@gmail.com and tell us about the problem.
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Q: I notice that sometimes works written by men and adapted by women are credited to women alone, and vice versa, instead of being labelled "collaborations." Why did you choose that method of designation?
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A: Many times the author of the book that was adapted was dead by the time the adaptation was created. That's not a true collaboration; hard to collaborate with a dead person. We wanted to give credit to those who created the work NOW, and therefore got work/credit/pay NOW.
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