Making your current show better is a great possibility. Sometimes all that needs to be done is a few tweaks, sometimes it’s a full overall redo. Whatever the case, Christoph Shows Ent. Is ready to revamp your show to make your audience “WOW” again.
We take a careful look at a few things methodically to come up with the best result possible.
We look at your show in its current condition. This may include taking a video of your performance. We evaluate each piece of it from the way it’s presented, to how the actors are performing, script, music, lighting, and all other parts that make the show flow the way it was originally meant to flow. We also look at how your show is being marketed and bring up possible solutions as to how to gain more awareness to your audience.
We search for areas in your show that have caused problems in story, audience, duration of your show, market, size of the venue, and type of audience. We come up with possible innovative solutions for each problem.
If a reorganization is needed, we go through the full production with a fine tooth comb and use a step by step methodology system to evaluate what you have so far and go from there. We recreate, reorganize, and put together a show you can be proud of.
Reconfigure and Reconstruct
When a show is losing the interested audience, it can be because it has run its course or other reasons. Reconfigure and Reconstructing a show can revitalize it bringing a new presentational value to the audience. Christoph Shows Ent. teams dig deeper and evaluates, interviews, and uses a hands-on approach to what’s actually happening to gain solutions as to how to renew, and re-engage your audience.
Every show can be reinvented and redefined. Knowing where the problems are, and fixing them to a possible updated position in your market is what many of your customers may be looking for. That’s what Christoph Shows Ent. can do for you.
Active Hand-on Producers and Production
The Christoph Shows teams work together creating from the ground up your show taking it from the page to production and curtain call.
Stage and Platform Reconstruction/Consultation
At times, the show can demand a reconstruction of venue. We go carefully through the details, and bring in the right teams to have an active look at how the impossible can be done on a budget. Whether it’s an adjustment or major construction, we can make it possible with proper approval from our clients.
4 Main Kinds of Stage Performances
Lots of people doing lots of things from humor, acrobatic tricks, to other variants of things not staying to any kind of plot, or story. Simply a variety show designed to create charismatic involvement, and anticipation with the audience.
A well organized and well orchestrated well-performed performance, keeping with a vague plot, but not defined to the point where everything is explained as a reason for having it in the performance. It’s simply a classical artistic cirque entertainment piece. This show is designed to bring the audience into another world, and astound/amaze them even after it’s over. It usually leaves a lasting impression of great enthusiasm.
This type of show is well thought out, performed and produced. It has a beginning, middle, and ending easily understood. This show is designed to create enthusiasm and thrill an audience while at the same time pull them into the story and character concerns to link all events in the story together that lead to an explosive, emotional, or happy ending. (Sometimes all three.) This kind of show begins the differentiation between traditional theater shows, and big production shows.
4.Technologically Produced Performances
This type of show contains all elements of the first 3 shows listed:
What is added with a technologically produced performance is a certain brand of technology that accommodates and blends in each kind of show in its own unique venue with true composition. The technology is created with the use of various types of technology:
New technology set for performance and audience immersion and Enhancement value
Performance Enhanced Materials/Mechanisms