Here at the Englert, we pride ourselves on our programming, customer service, and environment. As a nonprofit performing arts center, our top priority from when you walk in our doors is to give you your best experience possible.
Beginning February 2016, we will email a brief survey to audience members the day after each of our Englert series events. We hope you will take a moment to share your thoughts. A selection of comments (the good, the bad, and the constructive!) will be shared in full, here on our blog.
“Stunning. Thought-provoking. Funny. Poignant. Incredible.” – Anonymous
“It had a strong philosophical undertone which, when given time for thought, provided an enriched understanding of the main characters’ struggles as well as our own lives. There was great acting in a variety of presentation on a perfect set.” – Michelle Allen
“It was an intriguing show. The lead actor (Vaxter) was very engaging. He has a magnetic presence on stage, and handled what seemed to be a challenging role with charisma and honesty. Bruno brought up profound questions and interesting philosophies, and served as a strong allegory to the otherness we’re seeing, the growing gulf between different backgrounds and ideologies. It was a well put-together show. I adore the Englert as a venue. The staff are always friendly and professional, and the events are increasingly unique and exciting. I hope more original work comes to the theater.” – Michael Goldberg