May 2012

ISSN 2652-6557

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From the Editor

You can’t help but notice that Encore‘s glossy and in colour these days.

This is thanks to the generous support of Supreme Printers, who are sponsoring the additional costs of producing the magazine for the foreseeable future.

This is significant ongoing support for TASA members and worthy of our thanks and consideration in return, I think.

Next time you’re printing programs, posters, postcards or flyers, please take Supreme up on one of their wonderful exclusive offers for TASA members.

Why not offer them some free tickets to your next show?

It’s important to support and thank the people who are helping us.

This is a very busy month for shows. Eleven member groups have opening nights in May and the rest are probably in rehearsal!

It’s important to take time to support each other, see shows and help local theatre thrive.

And remember, the more people that read this magazine, the more useful it is to be featured within these pages.

Please tell people about Encore and encourage them to sign up at www.tasaonline.org.au

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