Budding playwrights check this out! http://playsubmissionshelper.com/47-play-submissions-w-august-late-july-early-september-deadlines/?utm_expid=63590090-45.Up7LX_OCRqSu0wAlxCaFew.0&utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.comhttp://playsubmissionshelper.com/47-play-submissions-w-august-late-july-early-september-deadlines/?utm_expid=63590090-45.Up7LX_OCRqSu0wAlxCaFew.0&utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com
Announcing AUDITIONS for Maryville College Theatre's Fall productions, "The Stonewater Rapture" by Doug Wright and "The Most Massive Woman Wins" by Madeleine George, directed by local theatre artist Doug James: Friday, August 28 from 5:00-8:00 Saturday, August 29 from 2:00-4:00 Call-backs to follow on Saturday, 8/29 from 4:00-7:00 More details, including the location, to follow. For now, get the dates on your calendar and brush up on those contemporary, dramatic monologues!
Would you add any rules to Ms. LuPone's list?http://m.playbill.com/news/article/patti-lupone-offers-five-rules-of-theatre-etiquette-starting-with-respect-354391
Something to start keeping in mind with every show. Networking happens in college too.http://www.wondergroove.com/blog/6-critical-mistakes-that-will-kill-your-theatre-career-youre-probably-guilty-of-2
Grads looking for work... Looking for a TD and more https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/casting-and-hiringhttps://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/casting-and-hiring
The power of theatre:http://www.newyorker.com/cartoons/daily-cartoon/daily-cartoon-thursday-july-2nd
Worried that a degree in the Arts will mean a future as a "starving artist?" Here are some reassuring findings from the 2014 Report of the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project, which surveyed recent college graduates in the Arts from a wide variety of institutions across the U.S.: "First, our arts institutions are doing an exemplary job providing students with unparalleled training in art techniques while also encouraging experimentation, creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving... Second, recent arts alumni are utilizing internship programs to develop professional skills and social capital they find helpful in getting a job and being successful at it... Arts graduates are among the happiest professionals in the US. Only a small percentage of our survey respondents reported being “very dissatisfied” with their income. Arts alumni are often happy with the balance they have achieved between satisfaction at work and their salaries... Fourth, although arts graduates are warned that they will struggle to find employment after graduation and that their employment may not make use of their skill set— exemplified by the proverbial actor/waiter—SNAAP data reveal a different story. On average, six of every ten currently employed arts graduates described their current jobs as “relevant” or “very relevant” to their training... Finally, after graduation, arts alumni move across the country—to towns big and small—and, wherever they live, they significantly contribute to and invest in their communities." Want to see the full report? Check it out at: http://snaap.indiana.edu/pdf/2014/SNAAP_AR_2014.pdfhttp://snaap.indiana.edu/pdf/2014/SNAAP_AR_2014.pdf
A wonderful way to bring attention to a big issue in American theatre:http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/The-League-of-Professional-Theatre-Women-to-Advocate-for-Equality-with-69-Parade-20150521