New year – new changes on DC Theatre Scene

A Note from Lorraine Treanor

Big problem – new solution. During the last month or so, DC Theatre Scene has faced some technical challenges in our effort to bring fresh theatre news to you. Some of these have been due to hacker attacks on our server, delivered at random by those who enjoy disabling sites (other DC-area small-to-midsize sites have reported similar attacks).  We’re moving to a bigger, better fortified server shortly.

Other changes: You may have noticed that the links we carry to theatres, theatre venues, and theatre education entities are no longer on the sidebar of our main page. Instead, you will see a “Links” button  on the navigation bar. Now you can access them from anywhere on the site. This minor change has significantly added to the speed and stability of our site.

Those of you who get our daily newsletter have also noticed a change. The newsletter now not only announces new articles, but points out other DCTS posts related to the article and has lots of ways for you to share what you like.

We have a new site design under consideration, too – one which will make your experience on the site easier and more fun. More on that later.

Like any busy website, DC Theatre Scene has expenses – for these services, to pay our staff, among others. We at DC Theatre Scene are motivated by our love of theatre and our pride in what this area has produced. If you share this love and pride, perhaps you’ll consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us.

Wishing you happiness and inspiration in the new year.

Lorraine Treanor About Lorraine Treanor

Lorraine Treanor has been editor of DC Theatre Scene since 2006. She has produced plays and concerts in her hometown of Chicago, and twice in the Capital Fringe festival. Her daughter Nina Norris is an artist working in Chicago. Life's a blast because she shares it with writer Tim Treanor.



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