Due to popular demand, we will rebroadcast our March 24 webcast of maladjusted. It is not an audience-interactive Forum - you will not be able to intervene. BUT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO CHAT WITH OTHERS who watch the event the same time you do... Plan to meet with friends on the chat space or just enter it and see who is there!
Re-Broadcast of interactive, global web cast from March 24, 2013:
Can be accessed and viewed over a 24 hour period
You may be able to watch and chat using Blackberry, Android, or iPhone devices as well this time.
(As usual, data charges may apply if you aren't using free wifi).
THE REBROADCAST IS NOW COMPLETED AND IS NOW OFFLINE. THANK YOU FOR TUNING IN!
This will be a rebroadcast of the maladjusted webcast.
We'd love your feedback. Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
→ What is a webcast?
A webcast is a live broadcast online. Theatre for Living (Headlines) is a pioneer in webcasting plays, with a twelve-year history of hosting live, interactive webcasts of their theatre productions. We actually started live, interactive TELEcasts in 1989, 24 years ago!
The maladjusted webcast included a chat space so viewers around the world can talk with "webactors" (actors who are on computers backstage) who can make interventions on stage on the viewers' behalf.
→ How do I stream the webcast or a rebroadcast?
You will need an Internet connection fast enough to stream video, i.e. if you can play YouTube clips, you can stream the webcast. The Adobe Flash video player that can play YouTube video can be found here