Digital Theatrics category archive

They Call It Social Media

December 3rd, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, Social Media | No comments

I’ve been talking about Digital Theatrics for some time now. For some reason, it’s taken a while for the term “Social Media” to click for me. By “click”, I realised that social media is the stage on which Digital Theatrics is performed. I’ve noticed more and more social media companies advertising their services. There are [...]

Ignite Denver Presentation Posted

October 3rd, 2008 | Digital Theatrics | No comments

Webcraft Coming To IgniteDenver

August 12th, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, The Company | No comments

It looks like I’m going to give a quick talk on Digital Theatrics at IgniteDenver. John Wilker made the announcement in his “Ever wonder what Duke Nukem would twitter?” blog post. Maybe I’ll see you there for my 5 minutes of fame. I mean, literally, 5 minutes. The Ignite format gives you 5 minutes with [...]

A Little More On Digital Theatrics

August 11th, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, The Company | No comments

Back in April, I defined the term Digital Theatrics. Since then, I’ve had slews of conversations talking about the finer points of DT. I’m often asked to expand on the concept of “the stage”. Everyone is familiar with seeing theatrical productions in the theater, on television, or in books. We embrace the opportunity to get [...]

What Is Digital Theatrics?

April 15th, 2008 | Digital Theatrics, The Company | 1 comment

In a previous post, I mentioned a “genre of services” I would like Webcraft Studios to perform. Tonight, I’m ready to announce the first of those services. I call it Digital Theatrics. Digital theatrics is the art of weaving a digital story in a virtual medium through social role playing. Social Role Playing is the [...]