The Sunday Giveaway: Digital Theatre’s Entire Catalog!
By popular demand, here’s a giveaway for all you readers outside of the tri-state area, including all of you outside the US border!
Flash-forward three years and those fancy and less-union encumbered Brits have added a whole bollocks load of titles to their catalog including:
Macbeth starring David Morrissey
All My Sons directed by Howard Davies
Into The Woods at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Royal Shakespeare Company’s As You Like It
And a whole lot more . . .
The titles cost 6.99 British Bucks to rent, which is a touch over $10 US.
But one of you is getting the entire back catalog for FREE!
Here’s how you can start downloading great theater wherever you live:
It’s only a matter of time before we catch up and start shooting and selling more of our theater over here as well (imagine how much revenue could be generated for the artists and actors and investors if deals were made to release the treasure trove of material at Lincoln Center). My question to you is . . . how much would you pay for it?
Comment below on how much you would pay to “rent” (one-time viewing, because that may satisfy some of the contrarians who think that video-viewing will detract from the broadway productions) a Broadway show.
Give me the price, and I’ll pick one of you at random to win the DigitalTheatre.com catalog.
Good bloomin’ luck!
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