A new project from the Broadview Theatre has been funded by a crowdfunding campaign to produce and use projection equipment to project theatre projects in Perth.
The project, which aims to increase the accessibility of the Perth Theatre, aims to bring the theatre to the level of theatres across the city.
The theatre’s manager, Peter Pinder, said the project would see theatre-goers able to see the theatre from a distance, making it more accessible to them.
“This is really a good project for the theatre, and it’s a good step forward for us to get the theatre up to scratch,” Mr Pinder said.
Mr Pender said the theatre was looking to raise $2.5 million for the project. “
The projection equipment is really going to be an important piece of the puzzle.”
Mr Pender said the theatre was looking to raise $2.5 million for the project.
Mr Sillars said the production had been a challenge for the Broadheads management to get up and running. “
I think it’s going to take us about six months to get this going, but it’s not impossible.”
Mr Sillars said the production had been a challenge for the Broadheads management to get up and running.
“There’s a lot of work to do to make the theatre better, and so we wanted to get some of that work done as soon as possible,” he said.
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