This is what a blog post for a theatre should look like. I'm not weighing in on the argument; that's for another post. But I wanted to highlight this post. Because it reads and feels like a "real" blog. Not a marketing gimmick, the way most pieces posted on most institutional blogs (at least those here in NYC) feel. And it invites the readers to join in a conversation.
I'll have some further thoughts on the nature of connectivity and interaction soon, but I just wanted to point this out as an example of a theatre getting it right. It's not something we do a lot out here in the theatrosphere.