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Halloween YouTube Kinda Mood 2013

Happy Halloween!  Halloween is the second biggest holiday of the year, yet there were few videos to choose from. I did happen to find some good ones.  I hope you get into the scary act next year, and for now, enjoy:

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-Shoshana

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Bonus Blog Post – Halloween YouTube kinda mood!

Happy Halloween!  I always enjoy searching for Halloween Arts YouTubes to share with you.  Have a safe and happy holiday!

Cheers to happy and loyal audiences,

Shoshana

Shoshana Fanizza

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Halloween Audience Development YouTube kinda mood 2011

Every year I like to hunt for Halloween Arts YouTubes to show you some fabulous ideas for audience development during Halloween.

Here’s a novel idea from the Springfield Arts Council.  They are allowing people to rent their costumes for $15 (plus deposit).

Halloween 2011 at the Springfield Arts Council COSTUME SHOP

Fun trailer from Harford Dance Theatre

The Ballad of Sweeney Todd – Chicago Chamber Choir

Pumpkin Carving Art

Halloween music! Second Kill in b minor – by Piano Next Door – scary horror theme

“LONGING FOR TOMORROW” short film


Cheers to creepy and screaming audiences,
Shoshana

Shoshana Fanizza

Audience Development Specialists

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Audience development Halloween YouTube kind of mood!

I was going to blog about something serious, but then I remembered that Halloween weekend is upon us.  This means that Halloween Arts YouTubes are back!  Here are my picks for Halloween 2010.  Enjoy…if you dare!

A little commercial, but fun…

Warning on this one…creepy!

 

Cheers to happy and loyal audiences,

Shoshana

Shoshana Fanizza
Audience Development Specialists
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Audience Development and Halloween!

I wanted to wish all my blog readers a Happy Halloween!   For starters, here is a picture of the pumpkins we carved this year…

Pumpkins 2009 The wolf unfortunately lost its ear to a deer this morning.  I’m glad I captured this picture the    night before!

Just for fun, I researched for  Halloween YouTubes that use the arts, and I happened to find some good ones  for you!

Halloween Madness: Lucia Stabs Arturo

Danse Macabre Camille Saint-Saëns 1980s cartoon, PBS, Halloween, Music

Scare School (a series of training for their haunted house actors…)

Reverse Osmosis – This is Halloween

If you have a fun Arts Halloween YouTube to share, please comment!  Happy Halloween everyone!

Cheers to happy and loyal audiences,

Shoshana

Shoshana Fanizza
Audience Development Specialists
http://www.buildmyaudience.com
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~James Stewart

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