Move your headshot to the top of the pile. Update your resume immediately and keep it accessible. Spotlight what you’ve done and where you’ve performed. Showcase skills and traits that make you unique. Get called in for the right roles.
Directors and choreographers – let theatres know you’re here to work. Designers – showcase your wares, make your portfolio stand out. Musical directors and composers – trumpet your skills, spotlight the sounds. Playwrights – share your scripts, let the words speak for themselves. Let Washington theatres know that you’re available.
Stage managers, scenic artists, carpenters, costumers, electricians, and technicians – let theatres know you’re ready to work. Multiple skill sets? – get your resume listed everywhere you want to be found. Freelancers and contractors – book as many gigs as you want, when you want them.
Blast your staff openings for everything from the Box Office to the back office. Reach out to the entire region to ensure you get top drawer administrative, artistic, and technical talent. See who’s hiring before it hits Craigslist. Be on the inside track to short term gigs, over-hires and crew openings