Looking for some sexy beach reading? Look no further! To help us meet our fiscal year-end goals, we're having a blowout book sale—50% off our most popular publications! Prices good through July 31, 2014.
Summer Book Blowout Publications:
• Actor Training Guide (Available in Print or PDF)
Features a wealth of programs, schools and instructors offering training to actors in the Bay Area. Available in PDF or print format.
• Counting New Beans: Intrinsic Impact and the Value of Art (Print only; no PDF)
The pioneering study on Intrinsic Impact, released by Theatre Bay Area, represents a nationwide collective effort to measure the true value of art.
Featuring a foreword by Ben Cameron, arts program officer at Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; 20 interviews with prominent artistic directors across the country; essays by leaders in the field Arlene Goldbard, Clayton Lord, Rebecca Novick and Diane Ragsdale and compelling wordclouds generated from conversations with artistic leaders.
• Sources of Publicity, May 2013 Edition (PDF only)
The premier guide to print, web, radio, television and (with this edition) social media sources of publicity in the Bay Area. Features information on 270 media contacts in the Bay Area. Includes contact info for the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle members, the Glickman Award members, a deadline guide and indexes by alphabetical order and by geographic region. Also includes advice on common publicity mistakes, photography best practices, social media etiquette with journalists and more.
• Preorder Sources of Publicity, Fall 2014 Edition (Print or PDF; same low price!)
We're updating our immensely popular publicity guide this Fall. Order your copy now—preorder customers will be the first to receive it! This edition will include updated information for hundreds of media contacts in the Bay Area, the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle members and the Glickman Award committee members. Also included is a deadline guide and indexes by both alphabetical order and geographic region—plus advice on common publicity mistakes, photography best practices and social media etiquette with journalists. Special foreword to the Fall 2014 edition: "How to Get Me to Come to Your Show" by theatre critic and TBA listings editor Lily Janiak.
• Theatre Bay Area Magazine – Blowout Issues (Print only; no PDF)
TBA magazine is one of our members' favorite benefits of membership—and no wonder! It contains news and feature stories about the topics and people central to the Bay Area theatre community. We're offering discounts on three of our most popular issues—or you can buy the whole set! November/December 2013: Contains popular article "A Whole New Game in Arts Hiring" by Lily Janiak, examining the lack of gender and race diversity in American theatre leadership July/August 2013: Contains the full text of Christopher Chen's award-winning play, The Hundred Flowers Project!
You can also order all three and save on shipping!
That's it, folks! Make sure to tell your friends who publishes your sexy beach reading—Theatre Bay Area!