Summer 2018 Industry Conferences – Register Today!

Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas Conference – “Crossing Borders” June 21 – 23, 2018 The Lucie and Thornton Blackburn Conference Centre – Toronto, Ontario (Canada) Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas was founded in 1985 as the volunteer membership organization for the professions of literary management and dramaturgy. LMDA is a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization with members throughout North America and abroad. LMDA holds the belief that theater is a vital art form that has the power to nourish, educate, and transform individuals and their communities and that dramaturgy is central to the process of theater-making. Registration Information All full-conference registration fees are per person and include one banquet ticket. LMD...

How Much Money Do Broadway Actors Make?

BY LOGAN CULWELL-BLOCK via If you’ve ever wondered how much your favorite Broadway artists earn for the work they do, you’re in luck. Thanks to public standard union contracts, we know what the base salary is for Broadway performers, stage managers, and musicians. These minimum rates are only for professionals on Broadway and are calculated by the week since, unlike other vocations who report annual salaries, artists will not necessarily be employed by their Broadway show for a full year. Data for actors and stage managers comes from Actors’ Equity. These figures are valid as of October 2, 2017, and are scheduled to remain through September 29, 2018, after which most of these rates will increase slightly. Musician pay rates comes from Local 802. Their rates are valid as of...

A Word to the Wise on Resumes & Cover Letters

BY JAY DUCKWORTH via We get so many resumes here at the Public Theater it’s sometimes hard to go through all of them. So, there are some things I look for and some things that are just standard practices. With a lot of you graduating out there or applying for internships or maybe just old codgers like me looking to revisit and update your resume so you can remember where you worked and how cool it was, here are some good rules and tips from us, (myself and Sara Swanberg, the prop shop manager for The Public Theater), the people who have to actually read your resumes and make hiring decisions.


EmptySpace Technology LLC, established in 2006, is committed to producing high quality internet applications and offering IT consulting for the live entertainment industry and its practitioners. Our Team Sam Anderson Partner / Founder Sam has always been enthralled by the performing arts and captivated by technology.  He created EmptySpace Technology to merge theses two specialties and build internet and mobile applications created specifically for arts organizations. Sam has worked in the entertainment industry as a Stage Manager and in the technology industry as an application designer.  He enjoys spending whatever time is left after all of that with his wife and two boys. Sam is a member of Actors’ Equity (AEA) as well as the United States Institute of Theatre Technology (USITT). Jason ...

SETC Theatre Job Board

Technical Director SPARC (School of Performing Arts in the Richmond Community) is currently accepting applications for the position of Technical Director, a full time salaried position.