The TAG web page presents a unique forum for reaching the theatre community. Our home page averages 100 distinct visitors a day! Throughout the year, a photo from your past or current show can cycle through the banner across the top of our page. Each member theatre has a location marker on the interactive Theatre Map. A unique page per member theatre showcases your logo, address with google map, box office contact info, and a list of upcoming shows/auditions. Your events also appear on our Complete Calendar.
Gain instant access to over 300 members through the TAGlines e-Newsletter, the monthly publication of the Theatre Arts Guild. TAGlines links to your publicized theater events posted on the TAG website. The monthly cover story features one of our member theatres and later appears on our blog.
Access our searchable member database to help cast and staff your shows. The skill levels of individual members are provided so that theatres can fill particular needs.
TAG NIGHT OUT ADVERTISING
When you host a TAG Night Out during a preview performance, details about your upcoming run are advertised to 300+ members. All donations collected support the TAG Scholarship Fund, which helps graduating high school seniors looking to pursue higher education in theatre.
SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING
Your announcements and press releases are posted periodically as brief shout-outs on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Our Facebook page has 835+ “likes” and our Twitter account has 190+ followers.
DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING
The TAG mailing list or labels are available to member theatres so you can send information to individual members. This list is provided only for theatre-related notifications.
Member theatres are noted in all aspects of TAG’s theatre awareness campaigns, including listings in brochures and other publicity.
Receive memberships for two designated theatre representatives, both of whom receive all the benefits and privileges of individual membership.
Attend forums where you can help shape the policies of TAG, share information, and discuss best practices with other theatre representatives.