Petition to Ku-ring-gai council
Save Marian Street Theatre!
Marian Street Theatre, Killara, has been closed since 2013. We want this iconic building reopened, so the adults and children of Ku-ring-gai can again have a professional performing arts space where theatre may be enjoyed by all. For this to occur, some building works must be undertaken. A voluntary committee from the community has now been established to raise the money to carry out these works. For its part, Council must make a public commitment urgently to safeguard the theatre’s future. The importance of this action cannot be over-emphasised, given the uncertainty surrounding the proposed merger with Hornsby Shire Council. We ask that Ku-ring-gai Municipal Council: 1) Commit immediately to the preservation of the Marian Street Theatre.2) Authorise the voluntary ‘Save Marian Street Theatre’ committee to begin raising the funds to reopen the theatre as a sustainable cultural hub, guaranteeing that all funds raised go towards Marian Street Theatre To help further, please contact us at: email@example.com
Petition to Edinburgh City Council
Allow the use of busking amplifiers on the streets of Edinburgh to a certain volume
Busking on the busy streets of Edinburgh is impossible without amplification. Part of Edinburgh's magic, especially during the fringe festival, is enjoying the sound of street music. Please sign to restore this happy, melodic atmosphere and encourage performers who rely on their talent being heard to thrive.
Petition to 20th Century Fox Film Corporation, Lou Adler, FOX Broadcasting Company
Please release the Rocky Horror Show Live onto DVD/Blu Ray
Please release the live stream recording of The Rocky Horror Show (filmed 17/09/15) onto DVD. Rocky Horror fans are asking that the show be released onto DVD for them to enjoy for many years to come. It will also give those unable to see the live stream a chance to see the fantastic performance. The live stream raised a lot of money for Amnesty International, so we are asking if a percentage of the profits made from any sales of such a DVD, could also be given to the charity. We also have a Facebook group at www.rockyhorrorliveDVD.org where you can ask questions about the show or see how you can help us achieve our goal of getting it to DVD. We also can be found on Twitter at www.twitter.com/RHSliveDVD and there are also the hashtags #dontdreamitDVDit and #rockyhorrorliveDVD you can use. Media coverage We have also been featured in the media: Broadway World Fans Continue with Halloween Campaign for DVD of UK's THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW LIVE Tour - http://www.broadwayworld.com/westend/article/Fans-Continue-with-Halloween-Campaign-for-DVD-of-UKs-THE-ROCKY-HORROR-SHOW-LIVE-Tour-20151028Fans Petition for DVD of UK's THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW LIVE Tour - http://www.broadwayworld.com/westend/article/Fans-Petition-for-DVD-of-UKs-THE-ROCKY-HORROR-SHOW-LIVE-Tour-20151020 Blazing Minds Rocky Horror fans launch Halloween campaign - http://blazingminds.co.uk/rocky-horror-fans-halloween-campaign/Rocky Rocky Horror Live Could There Be A DVD Release? - http://blazingminds.co.uk/rocky-horror-live-dvd-release/ Body Count Rising Get Ready To Do The Timewarp Again! - http://www.bcrising.com/2015/10/get-ready-to-do-time-warp-again.html The Rocky Horror Podcast Show Don’t Dream It DVD It - https://soundcloud.com/rhpodcasts/episode-31-dont-dream-it-dvd-it
Petition to Spotlight UK
To allow performers to list 'Improvisation' as a Production Type on their CV's
'Spotlight is the UK's leading casting database with unrivalled knowledge and contacts at the heart of the industry' according to their website. They currently allow performers to list an array of types of performance but not 'Improvisation'. We want them to add 'Improvisation' to their Production type list Improvisation is an important and worthwhile aspect of the performing community and performers should be allowed to list it as a credit on their CV. If 'Mobile Phone' and 'PC Gaming' can be considered as legitimate forms of performance, then improvisation should be allowed as well. The improv community is flourishing in the UK, with new groups and performances happening all the time. Spotlight should be helping those people find a voice and not excluding them. Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Kirsten Wiig all began their careers with improvisation. In the US, improv is a respected artform and not a sideline or rehearsal tool. If the UK is to develop it's performers to this level, we need to start treating it as valid art form, and that will come when our most famous institutions recognise it as well.