howlround

howlround

(ˈhaʊlˌraʊnd)
n
(Electronics) the condition, resulting in a howling noise, when sound from a loudspeaker is fed back into the microphone of a public-address or recording system. Also called: howlback
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She's published the results periodically on HowlRound, based on at least 70 percent theatres confirming.
EDITOR'S NOTE: "A User's Guide to Leadership Transition in the North American Theatre" by David Dower was first published on HowlRound Theatre Commons (https://howlround.com/users-guide-leadership-transition-north-american-theatre) on Oct.
* Victory Gardens Theater, in association with the "Natural Shocks" National Projects and HowlRound Theatre Commons, hosts a free Town Hall: #NeverAgainChicago, at 6 p.m.
Easthampton, MA, October 08, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Seth Lepore, who writes an ongoing series about artist entrepreneurship for the live arts journal HowlRound, is launching a Crowdfunding campaign on Tuesday, October 20th to raise $18,000 in funds to write and self-publish Ruthless Reciprocity: A Living Document to Transform the Performing Arts Community.
But the man was confident that it would happen and he, alongside the Latino Theater Commons Steering Committee, HowlRound, the Latino Theater Company and others, collectively, raised the funds to make it happen.This Encuentro was a historic and life-changing event that few people realize has its precedents in the annals of Chicano/Latino theater history.
In an article for HowlRound, the journal of the Center for the Theater Commons, Isaac Butler argues that the extension of copyright terms, from 14 years (renewable once) in the first US copyright law to 95 years or more in the current iteration, is bankrupting our cultural commons by keeping important works out of the public domain, where other artists could freely adapt and build on them.
In a HowlRound post about this remarkable turnover moment, David Dower, of Emerson College in Boston, instead envisioned change as a collective effort: "The responsibility for the success (or failure) of a leadership transition is shared across the whole team," Dower wrote.
"Infographic: Who Designs in LORT Theatres by Gender." Howlround. http://howlround.com/who-designs-in-lorttheatres-by-gender.
"The latino Theater Company's Premeditation." HowlRound. Nov.