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Theatre audiences do behave badly — but it’s a two-way street

The Times/The Sunday Times 30 Mar 2023
Still, I’m not surprised to hear that in a survey for the trade union Bectu almost half of UK theatre staff say they’ve considered leaving the industry due to poor behaviour by the public ... drama, says theatre director.

Theatre staff may exit stage left over bad audiences

The Times/The Sunday Times 29 Mar 2023
Hundreds of theatre staff are considering quitting because of antisocial behaviour by drunken audience members that has worsened since the Covid-19 pandemic, a survey has revealed ... According to the survey of more than 1,500 theatre workers by the ...

Theatre staff consider quitting after rise in drunken and rude audiences

ITV 29 Mar 2023
Theatre staff across the UK are considering leaving the industry after a sharp rise in anti-social behaviour by customers since the Covid pandemic, a survey has found ... Of the 1,500 people who took part in the survey, 90% had witnessed "bad audience behaviour," with 70% saying it had got worse since theatres reopened after the pandemic.

Anti-social behaviour from theatre audiences increasing, union warns

AOL 29 Mar 2023
Theatre workers are suffering from increased anti-social behaviour from audiences, ranging from sexual harassment to physical assaults, new research suggests. A survey among 1,500 members of theatre union Bectu indicated that incidents have become more extreme following the pandemic.

Privacy fears stymie government surveyors as responses dive

Winona Daily News 28 Mar 2023
It's a problem the Census Bureau and other federal agencies are facing as privacy concerns rise and online scams proliferate, lowering survey response rates in the past decade ... The ACS is the bureau's largest survey and asks about more than 40 topics ranging from income, internet access, rent, disabilities and language spoken at home.

‘I’ve been spat at’: half of UK theatre staff consider quitting over audience behaviour

The Guardian 28 Mar 2023
Bectu launches safer theatres charter as survey reveals 45% of workers may quit due to shocking levels of ...

Gen Z job market turnover expected to exceed 2022 levels

Winona Daily News 28 Mar 2023
... mural uncovered at Rivoli Theatre in La Crosse. In contrast, only 30% of surveyed baby boomers insisted on flexible schedules during their job hunt ... Almost 70% of those who work remotely said in a SHRM survey they would look for another job before returning to the office full time.

Paramount to remake Hitchcock's Vertigo, Robert Downey Jr. eyes lead role

Indian Express 24 Mar 2023
Vertigo was not a smashing success when it was first released in theatres, and it divided critics ... In 1982, in a survey of the best movies ever made by the British Film Institute's Sight and Sound publication (conducted every 10 years), Vertigo cracked the top 10, and continued to ...

The Upstate Beat: Artists will pay tribute to influence of Joni Mitchell at Cohoes Music Hall

The Daily Gazette 09 Mar 2023
Patrick's Day Parade returns on SaturdayMusic meets astronomy Saturday at miSciProfessional theater returns to Saratoga Springs' Spa Little Theatre with 'Pride and Prejudice'Gazette Reader Survey - 13 questions, what's important to you?Theater review.

More than a dozen metro rail projects under construction in Maharashtra: Economic SurveyThe Economic Survey ...

Deccan Herald 08 Mar 2023
The Economic Survey for the year 2022-23 gives a detailed account of the status of the various Metro rail projects ... Also Read . Maharashtra debt stock touches Rs 7 lakh crore ... Sign Up ... Top News of the Day Tune in to DH Radio DH Video on Demand Best of DH Opinion DH Sportsletter Best Of DH On Weekends Political Theatre Subscribe Now ... Economic Survey ... ....

OU presidential finalists visit this week

The Athens Messenger 06 Mar 2023
Online surveys to be filled out after the forum are available at ... Online surveys to be filled out after the forum are available at ... The university community will also have the opportunity to anonymously share feedback via an online survey at the conclusion of each forum.

Theater group looks to start Center for Arts and Ecology in Charlemont barn

The Recorder 01 Mar 2023
CHARLEMONT — Jonathan Mirin and Godeliève Richard, artistic directors of Piti Theatre Co., have been taunted by the barn across from their house for years ... Piti Theatre Co., which tours locally and internationally, produces children’s plays about historical and environmental issues ... Piti Theatre Co ... Along with programs Piti Theatre Co.

Putin’s move on nuclear treaty may signal end to formal arms controlThe latest episode is ...

Deccan Herald 23 Feb 2023
He said he wasn’t about to allow inspectors to survey nuclear facilities, because they could pass their findings on to the Ukrainians to launch further attacks. “This is a theatre of the absurd,” he said ... DH Sportsletter Best Of DH On Weekends Political Theatre Subscribe Now.

What happened today in history (February 20) from a South African perspective

Independent online (SA) 20 Feb 2023
1848 Bishop Robert Gray arrives in South Africa to become the first Anglican Bishop of Cape Town ... 1877 Tchaikovsky’s ballet Swan Lake has its premiere at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre. 1913 Politician King O’Malley drives in the first survey peg in the construction of Canberra – a compromise between capital-city rivals Sydney and Melbourne ... .

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