tweet seat


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tweet seat

A block of seats in a reserved area of a theater or stadium that allows people to send tweets about the event without disturbing others. See Twitter.
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A picture of Moreau that was tweeted out from backstage he was tweeting in it himself prompted someone in the tweet seats to declare that's what the Man in Black would have looked like, with an iPhone.
The theater won't be introducing tweet seats, though.
PPAC isn't sure yet whether any social media buzz generated by those in the tweet seats will have a measurable effect at the box office.
"We rely heavily on audience feedback," Hale says, "I see Tweet Seats as a way of building new audiences.
NEW YORK CITY'S PUBLIC THEATER has started to dip its toe into Tweet Seats. A recent show, God Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good), welcomed tweeters one evening in January, due to the show's audience-participation elements.
And what about using Tweet Seats in Joe's Pub, the Public's cabaret space?
If you isolate people (through "tweet seats") they're not part of that group experience.
? What do you think of the idea of "tweet seats" in theatres?
Most people are opposed to the idea of "tweet seats" in theatres
Virgin Blue said that this sale is the first of a series of regular "tweet seats" sales that will be offered across its domestic route network over the coming months.
Usually tix are $40-65 but the Tweet Seats are just $30.
Lipuma likens Tweet Seats to an in-person waiting list.