Norton Presents “Stuff Theatre”: A Live, Global Event on Facebook
Norton is calling all for Facebook users to sign up and have their page brought to life on November 30
What’s the Buzz About ?
On November 30, Norton will host Stuff Theatre – a live, global event where Facebook users’ pages will be performed by a variety of performance troupes and artists for 24 hours straight.
For example, a friend’s desperate cry of longing for his girlfriend may be just plain awkward on Facebook, but it becomes hilarious when a fuzzy puppet dramatically acts it out, live for the world to see.
Performers will include musicians, puppeteers, slam poets, speed talkers, opera singers, graffiti artists, mimes, caricature artists and speed painters, among many others – all working with a professional director.
Stuff Theatre is a creative and fun way to communicate the importance of protecting your stuff and reinforces the messaging in Norton’s current “Stuff” marketing campaign.
The Internet allows us all to create, store and share bits and pieces of our lives online. This stuff is of real emotional and tangible importance to us – our photos, music, contacts, movies and comments are part of who we are. The idea behind Stuff Theatre is to celebrate these personal experiences through live performances and share them with others.
Norton will not store or share the personal information of participants outside of this event on Facebook.
Check out the official trailers below, and join us on November 30 for this exciting event!
Details About Event
WHEN: November 30, 2011
WHERE: Broadcast live from the Copernicus Theater in Chicago via:
WHO: Norton spokesperson available upon request.