I recently read something very inspiring and felt moved to promote my family musical, THE BLACKBERRY KIDS GO TREASURE HUNTING, as a result.
I don't know where I'd place the promotional language that resulted, but I was really excited to come up with it. It captures the feeling of the play, and I even found myself creating a possible call-to-action, and it all happened pretty quickly. Who knows? Maybe an advertising opportunity will open up. (And, of course, it's being seen, here.)
Here's what I came up with....
How much fun does a childhood wet-lands adventure of music and discovery sound like to you?
The richly folkloric family musical, THE BLACKBERRY KIDS GO TREASURE HUNTING, features a spunky girl protagonist, a sensitive boy side-kick, and an all-child cast.
Think - who do you know in the industry with whom this three-act play might resonate? Great creative opportunity awaits the right director and awaits the right playful musical mind (the play's many infectious tunes are in a raw format in search of the right instrumental arrangement and vocal interpretation).
For a brief introduction to the play, send an email (Okay if it's blank) with the words Blackberry Kids in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does this make you wish you could be part of the project? If so, it's successful! :D
(Oh, and you CAN email me, as above, for more info.)
I'd love your comments on this approach. Also, how about one of YOUR projects? Can you think up some promotional language to at least help you describe it in a proud upbeat fashion? Share your promotional language in this discussion. And include a call-to-action if you'd like others to get involved with it.
Hope this discussion proves helpful! :O)
Sunshine & Blessings,
Dress-up your iPhone, nice! ;O)