We love our 10x10 Arts Series. The idea that we can bring world class theater, jazz, classical and dance performances to our patrons for only $10 per ticket - well, that just makes us giddy. But, what we really want to know is what our audience feels when they come to one of our 10x10 shows, and so, at the end of each one we have special sticky notes for our patrons to write on and let us know what they thought of the performance. See example below:
This was a couple of our patron notes after the Emerson String Quartet performance.
Patrons gathering post-show in our lobby
Here are a few of our feedback favorites on Emerson String Quartet:
“Incredible, Brilliant! The scenes that unfold, the stories that grow behind the eyelids…whole worlds of sun and shadow, kindness and intrigue, forest, stream, city, the violence, the tenderness of nature. Bravo, Bravo and thank you!”
“My first classical music experience…Thanks for an amazing show! Your passion and enthusiasm shine!”
“Playful and passionate, instead of sitting back and listening I wanted to lean forward and engage!”
“Last time we saw them was in Carnegie Hall. They were great then and now, but we like seeing them in the Walton Arts Center more!”
“Leaving here craving MORE!”
Our next 10x10 show is Aquila Theatre's The Importance of Being Earnest on Saturday, November 5 at 8pm. We will also have a Countdown Conversation at the Fayetteville Public Library on Sunday, October 23 at 2pm in the Walker Community room. Jodi Beznoska, VP of Communications at Walton Arts Center and Dr. David Jolliffe will be discussing Oscar Wilde and The Importance of Being Earnest. More information on that here.
Come join in the 10x10 fun and let us know what you think!