So, now that everybody has tv cameras and downloads their most intimate or most pointless thoughts onto the internet in video format...has any of my fellow Chicago theatre bloggers thought about their own Internet Video Show? How would you want to do it? What would be the content? How "professional" would you want it to look? Slick or Immediate? Literary or visual?
Would you want to find a way to bring your stories online? How different would it be than say theatre that you produce? Would it accompany your theatrical exercise or supplant it?
Is there any difference between a virtual theater production and TV? If Chicagoans knew that you were going to post video of a production online would they bother to show up to the live event? Would the black box spaces across out town instead turn into internet video studios?
And since so many of us aren't making a living doing the theatre thing, is there a difference between youtube and theatre aside from the obvious immediacy of the actor?
I am wondering, if more people will see it, if you communicate to more individuals online than in the theatrical space? Who outthere thinks that is enough impetus to turn a large bedroom in there home into a studio and just broadcast their plays online?