It was 2002 when Brent McNamee came to the rescue after his boss called on him to train the box office manager of the new John Labatt Centre, now Budweiser Gardens, in London, Ontario. Continue Reading Ticketing Stars 2022: Brent McNameeRead More
Author: Lisa White
When Jennifer Rodgers was a student at the University of Rhode Island studying for a degree in public relations, little did she realize her part-time job working in the campus box office would be the beginning of a stellar career in the industry. Continue Reading Ticketing Stars 2022: Jennifer RodgersRead More
New York City-based Building Intelligence has set out to help buildings manage and coordinate visitors, vehicles, vendors and freight. Continue Reading Spotlight: Keeping an Eye on the DoorsRead More
In his 35-plus years as executive director of WesBanco Arena and, since 2009, the Capitol Theatre, Denny Magruder has influenced countless venue managers.
ARTS CATHEDRAL: The Filene Center has 7,028 seats and is the primary venue at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. (Courtesy Wolf Trap) National park, foundation mark half a century of performances and gear up for the future The pandemic isn’t the only seemingly insurmountable challenge that the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts in Vienna, Virginia, has faced in its 50 years of operation. In April 1982, after its Filene Center venue burned to the ground, patrons stepped up not only to financially support a true-to-the-original rebuild but also to create a temporary structure that would ensure Wolf Trap’s season of 77 performances went on as planned. In just six weeks, a performance space was constructed to play host to three months of musicals, ballets, symphonies and performances by revered artists in all genres. “This proceeded an extraordinary outpouring of support and donations to rebuild the venue,”… Continue Reading Wolf Trap: The Arts, Naturally