Performance Profile 1

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Please provide the name of the producer/organisation or the person who is building the tour (the person the venues should contact if they are interested in your show). If you are not sure at this stage, please add your contact.

Enter your full phone number.

This will be the main image for your production profile on this website. This image should be 1600 x 1000 px and no more than 1mb. Watch our video on resizing images here . If your photo is still too big after resizing it, you can upload it to Tiny Png to compress it.

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Upload up to 4 images for the Slider on your performance profile. These images should be 1600 x 1000 px and no more than 1mb. Watch this video on resizing images here . If your photo is still too big after resizing it, you can upload it to Tiny Png to compress it.

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Would you like to credit a photographer?

Provide a YouTube or Vimeo link to your production video! This is your main video on your profile. Do not place any other text in this field or your video will not display.

Provide an additional YouTube or Vimeo link to add more videos to your profile. Do not place any other text in this field or your video will not display.

Provide an additional YouTube or Vimeo link to add more videos to your profile. Do not place any other text in this field or your video will not display.

Who will come and see this work and why? 500-character limit

List the main selling points: The things you want the person in the box office to say about the work to sell tickets. What are the hooks? Are there any direct marketing opportunities venues could use to promote? i.e. competitions with local book clubs, promoting through historical society database, inviting schools to the performance. (Please provide a maximum of 3 Selling points)

List your selling points in short dot points.

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Provide a link to your marketing kit and/or promotional materials (i.e. generic press releases, company bios, hi-res production and marketing images, poster and flyer templates, production website, social media pages, reviews etc.) We recommend using Dropbox, WeTransfer, google drive or similar. Ensure the link does not expire!

Workshops, masterclasses or anything else that will engage regional audiences beyond the performance.

Can you offer workshops, educator kits, master classes etc? Who are they for?

Add your community engagement activities in short dot points.

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Does the production contain any strong language or adult content?

A short sentence of ten words or less that clearly explains what the show is. Ask someone who knows nothing about the work to read your tagline and describe what the show is about. If they can't accurately describe the show, review, edit, try again!

This is a brief description of the project on your showcase website. Please use Showcase profiles from 2022 as a reference.

Provide a short critical review or quote from audience/colleague/industry/media. You can add up to 3 reviews. Don't include the "", we'll put this in!

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List the cast/artist names and roles

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Nominate your preferred touring window in dd/mm/yyyy format.

Not including interval

Please indicate here if your show is currently in development and costs are yet to be determined. Otherwise, you must provide either a weekly sell-off fee and/or a per performance fee.

Costs required to bring your production up to tour readiness. This would include rehearsal fees, venue costs, sets etc. Write "0" in each field if not applicable.

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Weekly fee is the total cost of having the production on tour for a week. This does not include touring costs i.e. per diems, travel & accommodation. Write "0" in each field if not applicable.

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The cost of a one-off performance with no remount required. This can be a fee range to account for travel to a regional centre. Write "0" in each field if not applicable.

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Royalties are percentages of net box office income paid to personnel involved in the creation of the work.

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Provide a link to your production's technical specs etc.

I.e. Proscenium Arch, Black Box, Thrust, Flat Floor, Hall etc.

Number of hours to set up at a pre-rigged venue.

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Number of hours to pack up after the show.

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List microphones, effects, mixing desk and inputs

Describe your set and construction. How does it sit on stage? Is a fly system required? Any technical warnings? Do you require an orchestra pit? Piano? Smoke/strobe machine etc?

Add any additional crew notes above

Can your set and associated requirements easily be scaled up or down to accommodate a variety of venues and equipment?

What vehicles are required for this tour? E.g. 1-tonne van and 8-seater people mover. Can the set/production travel by plane?