JW Productions is a theatrical production consultation service, originally designed to provide resources and expertise to production companies that operate with a minimal and sometimes volunteer staff. With the development of the World Wide Web, James Walsh identified this powerful new resource as the key to providing theatrical production companies, performance venues, and individual artists a means of communication and networking never before enjoyed by the starving artist community. The efficiency and cost effectiveness of this system must be thoroughly explioted as quickly as possible in this time of changing technology and dwindleing public interest in live performance events. To that tune, JW Productions has designed plans of attack to integrate many different entities and individuals into this quickly evolving new media. Here are just some of the possibilities:
Rentable performance venues can offer vast amounts of information on their facility to the internet. From photographs and statistics of the performance space and equipment, to seating charts, rental agreements and box office information. The internet is the most economical and efficient method of information exchange of our time and will soon become the tool used to book show tours.