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2020 Summer Dance Training Opportunities

View Dance Magazine‘s Summer Study Guide of 40+ Summertime dance training options for 2020, listed by state for the US and with a list of international options by country. For more information regarding dates, prices,  and registration you can view the guide here: Summer Study Guide

2020 Theatre Educator Pro Winter Webinars

via www.schooltheatre.org Just in time for your New Year’s resolution list, EdTA is announcing a winter line up of live professional learning webinars scheduled to begin in January. All webinars will be recorded and archived for access “on demand” whenever you wish. The webinars will become part of a growing library of professional learning opportunities on the new learning center site, Theatre Ed...

The History of Sound Design

From 3000 B.C., to the Victorian Era, to the new wave of technological advances we have today, sound design for theatre has come a long way. If you are a budding sound designer or a seasoned pro, check out TSDCA’s site that breaks down the history of sound design and see how far we’ve come. VIEW ARTICLE via www.tsdca.org

Broadway Shows in 2020

Heading to the Big Apple for vacation in the New Year? Is 2020 the year to make the move to the City That Never Sleeps? Find out what’s on  the horizon for the Broadway stage with Playbill’s up-to-date list here: View Article via www.playbill.com

USITT 2020 – Register Now!

Welcome to Houston Join us in Houston for our Annual Conference & Stage Expo now in its 60th year. USITT 2020 will bring four days of education and networking to the George R. Brown Convention Center for technical theatre and live entertainment professionals and students. More than 250 educational sessions, hands-on demos, and learning opportunities will be available throughout the week. 350 e...

Notable Dance Books of 2019

Searching for a last-minute holiday gift? Or perhaps you are looking for some dance-inspiration for the New Year? Wendy Perron surveys a number of dance books, perfect for dancers of all mediums. These books cover choreographers, notable dancers, dances from different cultures, and more! Check them out here: VIEW ARTICLE via www.wendyperron.com

American Theatre Wing: Career Guides

Check out American Theatre Wing’s series on Careers in the Theatre. These one-on-one interviews delve deep into the different areas of the theatre and discuss what it takes to make a career out of your given discipline. These were created in partnership with the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. VIEW GUIDES via www.americantheatrewing.org

Ten reasons to let your kid major in music

“Following the tough road of a music major will make your daughter more sturdy and flexible than kids who drift through “safe” degree programs…All of us have to bend and flex in the working world these days, whether we major in music, astrophysics or accounting. You cannot shield your daughter from the real world, so why not let her confront it on her own terms?” R...

Sesame Street Writer’s Room Fellowship – Apply today!

Sesame Workshop Writers’ Room is a writing fellowship from the creators of Sesame Street. And we’re looking for YOU! Fresh new writing talent from underrepresented racial backgrounds. Emerging storytellers who are selected to join the Writers’ Room will receive hands-on writing experience guided by Sesame Street veterans and other media industry leaders. Each participant will develop and write a p...

2020 Ohio Theatre Alliance – Design/Tech Interview Registration Now Open

All Technical Interviews will take place on Saturday, January 11, 2020. Technicians will sign up Saturday morning for interview slots with producers. Producers will determine the length of each interview. REGISTER HERE WHAT TO BRING A portfolio of your work Extra copies of your resume. Some producers who are looking to hire technicians will collect resumes for phone interviews at a later date. VID...

How to Find the Passion for Auditioning

Auditioning. For some, it’s their least favorite part of the showbiz process. For others, they may thrive in the room. But let’s face it: auditioning is a necessity to be able to book work. How do you separate yourself from the pack without making choices that may disconnect you from your work? How do you prepare in a way that sets you up for success to be your most authentic self in t...

Ohio Theatre Alliance: Actor/Singer/Dancer Registration Now Open!

All Auditions will take place on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. If you’re in college, looking for summer stock work, you’re SUMMER-ONLY. If you’re graduating from college, or looking for full-time work, you’re YEAR-ROUND. You must be at least 18 years old to audition. PERFORMER REGISTRATION FORM & RESUMES Audition slots will be filled on a first-come, ...