Need advice on a Snyopsis on a Website??
Posted: Wed Sep 22nd, 2010 04:12 am
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I developed the following website http://songofthetrail.com to help publicize a new operetta style musical I have written.
I hoped someone might have ideas for improving or marketing it.
Thank you for visiting the site.
Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 12:49 am
2 nd Post
I think the site is great. I like the layout and the multimedia aspects. Nice combo of photos, text and audio.
Just one tiny thing (my personal pet peeve) There are occasional typos--not many--but easy to fix.
Your work looks and sounds fascinating (from one writer of historical plays to another).
Bets of luck to you.
Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 01:45 am
3 rd Post
Good grief. I cannot believe it. I've corrected so many typos. I can't believe how that form affects my typing.
Thanks for catching it. I'll check it out.
Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 04:27 am
4 th Post
Good grief. I write wonderful comments about your website and one tiny thing that maybe you should check out, and all you see is the one tiny thing. Are we related?
Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 04:33 am
5 th Post
Scenedreamer, very impressed, well done, nice music. I wish you all the best.
Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 11:12 pm
6 th Post
Thank you Edd and Bkhan.
Bkhan, I'm quite sure we are related. We are writers after all. We may, in fact be twins. We both apparently carry identical perfectionist writer genes.
This show is a new thing for me. It's actually a long rhymed poem/opera spoken over underscoring with intermittent sung dialog and separate songs. It was difficult to write especially with the rhyming of lyrics, melodies, all in a native voice. To have the music arranged and sung by such a talented young man was a huge bonus.
Now I've just got to get it onstage.
Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 03:28 am
7 th Post
The site in and of itself is very, very nice, but the one thing I'm not too keen on is the fact that the different song pages give away the whole plot.
Posted: Fri Oct 1st, 2010 11:48 pm
8 th Post
That was the basis of my post. Should I reveal so much of the plot on a website. However, it is also a sort of synopsis of the play.
I am confused about the wisdom of using it. Anyone have any experience? or suggestions?
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