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Worth the Wait: Performing Arts Foundation solidifies new season - The Park Record

There are 8 comments on the Park Record story from Nov 4, 2011, titled Worth the Wait: Performing Arts Foundation solidifies new season - The Park Record. In it, Park Record reports that:

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Lackluster

Park City, UT

#1 Nov 7, 2011
Another unimpressive line up from PCPAF. Looks like another season of mostly empty seats at the Eccles. What a shame.
Oprahs snapper

United States

#2 Nov 8, 2011
You don't like Momix or Milkshake! What is wrong with you?
John

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Nov 8, 2011
Terri is very good at booking less than mediocre talent.
Townie

Ogden, UT

#4 Nov 8, 2011
John wrote:
Teri is very good at booking less than mediocre talent.
And you are stepping up with $100,000 to book greater than mediocre talent, right? I didn't think so. It's called a budget; you can only book what you can afford. Tickets sales don't come close to covering costs so the PCPAF relies on sponsors stepping up. Kind of hard in this economy, but of course you are "entitled" to better acts for less money.
Lackluster

Park City, UT

#5 Nov 13, 2011
Townie wrote:
<quoted text>And you are stepping up with $100,000 to book greater than mediocre talent, right? I didn't think so. It's called a budget; you can only book what you can afford. Tickets sales don't come close to covering costs so the PCPAF relies on sponsors stepping up. Kind of hard in this economy, but of course you are "entitled" to better acts for less money.
This lame excuse is growing tiresome and old. There is plenty of good talent out there. PCPAF is just completely out of touch, and continually blaming a weak lineup on budget is ridiculous.
Townie

Ogden, UT

#6 Nov 14, 2011
Lackluster wrote:
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This lame excuse is growing tiresome and old. There is plenty of good talent out there. PCPAF is just completely out of touch, and continually blaming a weak lineup on budget is ridiculous.
I'm sure Teri would be happy to hear your suggestions. Still it costs money which you don't seem to want to pony up. Let's see what you suggest and what it costs and whether anyone other than you will pay to sponsor them (or even see them).
Lackluster

Park City, UT

#7 Nov 14, 2011
As many other people in town would say, it is time to replace Teri and get some new life and new ideas pumped into this organization.
Townie

Ogden, UT

#8 Nov 15, 2011
Lackluster wrote:
As many other people in town would say, it is time to replace Teri and get some new life and new ideas pumped into this organization.
And you have no suggestions except replace Teri. That makes you part of the problem, not part of the solution.

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