Our mission statement and everything in our company centers around TAKING THE STARVING OUT OF ARTIST™. A lofty goal, but we are committed and passionate about succeeding. Let us tell you why this matters so much.
Dear Evan Hansen won the Tony for Best Musical, but more than that it won hearts of young audiences, many of whom haven’t even seen the show yet. Find out what questions to ask if you want to build that word of mouth hype for your show.
Apples and Oranges Arts will be covering the National High School Musical Theater Awards (aka The Jimmy Awards), a program that supports the big dreams of the future stars of Broadway.
Audiobook giant Audible has created a $5M dollar fund for playwrights creating new works. As the horizon of opportunities to fund the arts expands, we can’t help but cheer on this new avenue for taking the starving out of artist.
As record sales continue to dwindle, and streaming services continue to grow and evolve, the music industry is facing a new and exciting era. Ally Rice takes you to the Indie Week panel all about digital music distribution in the era of streaming.
Apples and Oranges Arts takes on the Augmented World Expo With Our New Augmented Reality Set Builder
Our HoloLens Set Builder is a piece of technology we’ve been working on that brings AR and VR into the set-design process of theatre production. We’ve created a tool that lets directors and designers plan and design sets using augmented reality. Tim Kashani presents it at Augmented World Expo 2017.
Get the scoop from the Apples and Arts Social Media Coorindator Ally Rice on branding and community building with social media for a Tony winning Broadway show.
Apples and Oranges Arts dedicates itself to “taking the starving out of artist.” In doing so, we are extremely supportive of these Regional Theatre programs committed to arts education for the next generation of theatre professionals. Take a look at their websites to...
Rather than looking at AR, VR, and 360º video as a threat to the industry, we see these technologies as a new horizon for the world of theatre. Through this expansion of the current theatre experience, all kinds of new and exciting jobs will emerge.
While you may not consider yourself an artist, it might be time to spend time looking into acts of creativity. Art, after all, heals.