Tailoring demos to the audience

Martin Sheffield

Message 52755 · 6 Jun 2008 18:03:15 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Le 6 juin 08 à 17:47, Don & Margaret Sarna a écrit :

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>> There's absolutely no justification for even remotely risking
>> scaring people away.

Quite agree, but at the same time I feel it's a no-win situation, if
you are hoping for new members.
simple or repetetive = dull, and the audience go back to their
chatting, eating or drinking;
complex = interesting, but "I could never do that".

If we have been invited to perform, it is surely to entertain other
people, not for us to get new recruits, so we should at least try to
do something worth watching. The situation is quite different from
what me feel if taking part in a connoisseur's dance festival.

Martin

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