The performance industry association proposes to properly handle refund venues without increasing venue rent

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 The performance industry association proposes to properly handle refund venues without increasing venue rent


Beijing News reported on February 8 (reporter Liu Zhen) on February 7, the China Performance Industry Association issued the proposal to the national performance colleagues. The proposal clearly points out that China Performance Industry Association has recently conducted a sampling survey within the scope of its members. According to incomplete statistics, from January to March 2020, nearly 20000 performances have been cancelled or postponed nationwide, with a direct box office loss of more than 2 billion yuan, and will face a period of gradual recovery after the end of the epidemic.

At the same time, the proposal stressed that the performance organizers, artistic performance groups (actors), performance venues, ticketing agencies, dance production agencies and other relevant enterprises should properly handle the performance deposit (advance payment) refund work in accordance with the terms related to force majeure in the agreement, and share the losses caused by the epidemic. It is suggested that theatres, large-scale venues and other performance venues should plan the schedule in advance to cope with the difficulties that a large number of performances will face after the outbreak need to be rescheduled, and the available space should be released to the industry through an open platform, so as to facilitate the booking of the performance organizers, and the relevant costs such as venue rent should not be increased due to the tight schedule. Conditional venues can be based on the actual situation In addition, the venue rent of non weekend working days will be reduced, and the operation pressure of the performance organizers will be reduced. The performing arts institutions should make use of the stagnant period of offline market, concentrate on promoting artists, performing arts projects and art education through Internet platform, attract and cultivate more young groups to become audiences of stage art, and actively explore new modes of online communication and value-added of performing arts content. Performing arts institutions should cultivate their internal skills with a positive attitude, train and improve the professional level and business ability of employees, sort out and improve the enterprise management process, and accumulate energy for the recovery of the market. There are six major initiatives. At the end of the proposal, the China Performance Industry Association said that it would continue to track and investigate the industry situation, actively strive for policy support and financial support for performance agencies and practitioners, build a bridge between performance agencies during the epidemic and the Internet platform, and hold 2020 China (Beijing) performance Expo after the epidemic, so as to build a comprehensive industry Efficient project exchange and trading platform, and promised to reduce the participation fees of members, try to reduce the project promotion costs of member enterprises. Beijing News reporter Liu Zhen editor Tian xieni proofread Li Lijun source: Beijing News Editor in charge: Ma Wenjing

At the same time, the proposal stressed that the performance organizers, artistic performance groups (actors), performance venues, ticketing agencies, dance production agencies and other relevant enterprises should properly handle the performance deposit (advance payment) refund work in accordance with the terms related to force majeure in the agreement, and share the losses caused by the epidemic. It is suggested that theatres, large-scale venues and other performance venues should plan the schedule in advance to cope with the difficulties that a large number of performances will face after the outbreak need to be rescheduled, and the available space should be released to the industry through an open platform, so as to facilitate the booking of the performance organizers, and the relevant costs such as venue rent should not be increased due to the tight schedule. Conditional venues can be based on the actual situation In addition, the venue rent of non weekend working days will be reduced, and the operation pressure of the performance organizers will be reduced. The performing arts institutions should make use of the stagnant period of offline market, concentrate on promoting artists, performing arts projects and art education through Internet platform, attract and cultivate more young groups to become audiences of stage art, and actively explore new modes of online communication and value-added of performing arts content. Performing arts institutions should cultivate their internal skills with a positive attitude, train and improve the professional level and business ability of employees, sort out and improve the enterprise management process, and accumulate energy for the recovery of the market. There are six major initiatives.

At the end of the proposal, the China Performance Industry Association said that it would continue to track and investigate the industry situation, actively strive for policy support and financial support for performance agencies and practitioners, build a bridge between performance agencies during the epidemic and the Internet platform, and hold 2020 China (Beijing) performance Expo after the epidemic, so as to build a comprehensive industry Efficient project exchange and trading platform, and promised to reduce the participation fees of members, try to reduce the project promotion costs of member enterprises.

Liu Zhen, reporter of Beijing News

Edited by Tian jianni and proofread by Li Lijun