Eventotron is an all-in-one arts management system bringing together artists, live performance events, venues and festivals all around the world.
More Arts. Less Admin.
What people think.
The difference with Eventotron is that it was built / developed by someone who actually understands ticketing and festivals and all the weird and wonderful things that artists want to do. Rather than by a developer with no knowledge of the arts or how our business works.
We’ve been successful in the volume and quality of work at the festival and I don’t think we would have achieved that without using your platform.
So genuinely helpful and generous with their time. We understand it’s a small operation and truly appreciate being able to communicate with a lovely human who cares about our team and our success.
It is amazing to have a system that collates all the data that we have previously had to collect from 4/5 different forms!
Great customer service and support too!
“This system is by far the best out there for a real connection between artists and producers.”
Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival
From the community…
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As short-form, mobile-first, vertical content (9:16 aspect ratio) continues to dominate the social media space (TikTok, IGTV, Facebook Watch, etc.,) David Klein believes it’s increasingly important to have a foundational understanding of how storytelling differs in this new format.
Here are his top tips to help savvy theatre/film producers take advantage of vertical content to stand out in the social media crowd!
So the show is on track (yeah right!) but we gotta get the word out!
Join Dr. Thomas D. Richards for a dive into the world of marketing collateral! Using his own and friends/colleagues work as an example, he will introduce making marketing collateral as a creative exercise and encourage you to find ways of making it relevant to your show and fun!
Natasha Adiyana Morris highlights the engaging, and sometimes controversial ways, culturally specific theatre can be produced, while also addressing the pitfalls of tokenizing and undervaluing ‘diverse’ theatre.