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Immersion

On my last official day as a Columbus Foundation Summer Fellow at Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, I’m thinking about immersion. I think about learning a language by spending time in another country among its people, planting roots in an unfamiliar city, … Continue reading

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Notes from last week

Last week I developed a sustainability plan so that Actors’ Theatre can survey audience members next summer during their performances at Schiller Park. I’ve recommended some changes to the way we tracked our data this summer, and tried to create … Continue reading

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This is the work.

When I told my friends two years ago that I was moving from Washington, DC to Columbus for graduate school, they often said: Columbus? Ohio? It was then that I started to notice that in movies and TV shows, when … Continue reading

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Serendipity and great assignments

In a twist of serendipity, The Wallace Foundation released a report this month called “Taking Out the Guesswork: A Guide to Using Research to Build Arts Audiences.”  As designing and administering surveys is one of my primary tasks here at … Continue reading

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People and numbers

Earlier this week, after spending four days collecting survey responses the previous weekend at Actors’ Theater’s performances of Captain Blood, I opened up a spreadsheet with data from 86 surveys and thought: now what? Collecting the data is one thing; … Continue reading

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