We want to make it easy to find and promote sign language on stage — both interpreted performances and Deaf theatre. Our events page is updated to include upcoming performances from throughout the United States (and beyond). Viewers can sort through performances, see a Google Map to the location, and read ticket information (often with links to online ticket ordering). Posting show information to the TerpTheatre calendar is completely free!
If you have one event to post to the calendar, use our single-event entry form: [pl_button type=”success” link=”https://terptheatre.org/events/community/add” target=”blank”]Add Event Form[/pl_button]
More About Auto-Add with FaceBook
- Auto-Add can import events from either a Facebook organization or a Facebook page. Importing from personal Facebook profiles is not supported.
- Auto-Add can import events that are posted as Facebook events on your page. Mentioning or sharing an event in a status update is different than a Facebook Event. For information about posting a Facebook event, see the tutorial video below.
- If you don’t use Facebook Events to promote your activities, you should consider doing so. Facebook Events allow others to easily connect to your events, and to help you easily promote your events well beyond Facebook. Posting information about your event lets you target it to potential participants, and helps to you make your event float above the sea of updates in your followers’ newsfeeds.
- Once you tell TerpTheatre to connect to your Facebook events, Auto-Add can import events that will take place in the future. Past events will not be imported.
- Events are Auto-Added daily. TerpTheatre often moderates posts, in order to make sure the calendar contains only relevant events, and that events are added accurately. This means that you may not see your events posted immediately. If you have concerns that your events are not visible, contact us for help.
Facebook Events Tutorial
Note: We’re looking for a tutorial with proper captions, rather than the automated YouTube kind. Until then, consider this (non-professional) step-by-step tutorial about creating Facebook Events: