Yes—art shouldn't be crunched into numbers. But that's what we're asking you to do

Responses will be used in the creation of The NY Neo-Futurists' new show The Great American Drama. Once completed, you will be entered to win free tickets to the show. 

*Artwork by Molly Walsh


* 1. Do you identify as any of the following?

* 2. Please rank the following elements of theatre from MOST (1) to LEAST (6) important, in the order of your preference, to the best of your ability.

* 3. Please rank the following theatrical choices from MOST (1) to LEAST (8) important, in the order of your preference, to the best of your ability.

* 4. Please rank your desired reactions to a piece of theatre from MOST (1) to LEAST (7) important, in the order of your preference, to the best of your ability.

* 5. Did we miss anything in questions 2-4? Care to elaborate?

* 6. What informs what you see?

  Extremely Important Important Somewhat Important Indifferent Unimportant
Someone you know is in it. 
Someone famous is in it. 
The ticket price is reasonable. 
It's in a convenient location. 
It's by a company you trust. 
It's received awards. 
It's received positive reviews from critics. 
It's received positive reviews from friends you trust. 
It has a cool title. 
It's about something that interests you. 
It's near good food and drink. 

* 7. What is something you would pay to see happen on stage?

* 8. Do you believe theatre can be profitable? If so, got any ideas on how?

* 9. Please define success in one sentence—as you would for your own life.

* 10. Do you believe in the American Dream? How would you define it?

* 11. Please provide your name and your preferred method of contact—if you wish to be entered into our raffle.

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