Sun City Hilton Head may have an entertaining problem: too much excellent entertainment within too short a time span, which hurts attendance at resident productions.
Between March 1 and May 5, the resident productions include the melodic Sun Tones and New River Harmony barbershop show, the Sycronettes swim show, Sun City Community Theatre musical mystery "Something's Afoot," the Rainbow of Rhythm dance show and the upcoming Sun City Chorus show.
In addition, Sun City has had several sold-out professional entertainers, such as the Glen Miller Orchestra and the circus acrobats and magician, within the same time period, creating an attendance problem for the Sun City resident productions. Sun City residents put into these fine shows too much talent and time not to have better attendance.
The solutions to this low attendance may be twofold. First, don't have professional entertainers performing during March and April when the Sun City residents' shows are scheduled. Second, advertise more to nearby communities that all Sun City resident productions are open to the public unless they are sold out. Any other solutions are welcome.
Sun City Hilton Head