This has been a week filled with some very mixed emotions for most of the Cleveland theatre community. By now most of us have heard about the Beck Center’s plea for $150,000 in additional funding. You can read Tony Brown’s complete Plain Dealer article on his blog here. A letter sent out by Beck Center […]Read more "Groundbreakings–Ups and Downs in Cleveland Theatre"
Below is an interesting piece written by mastermind marketer Seth Godin. Is the internet killing the business of agenting? In a day and age where you can get advice as easily as typing something into Google, is there really a need for a middleman? That depends on what value you’re getting from your agent. This […]Read more "The death of the talent agent (Part 1 in a series)"
I don’t write a lot about music on this blog, mainly because I’ve never actually worked in the music industry. I’d like to add some more posts about the music industry though, because it’s part of the entertainment business and much of what is happening in the music end is echoed in the film end, […]Read more "Genre-Crossing Music"
Having a current headshot and resume is a very important tool for any actor. In the three years I worked as an agent, I was shocked a how many actors were not aware of this. It was very common for clients to pass on a very talent actor or actress in favor of someone who […]Read more "Free Advice on Resumes & Headshots for Actors"
I’m currently working on getting a new look for this blog. I’ve armed myself with my new Macbook and a slew of software to try out to find something cooler and more functional. New things will include some more interactive media (podcasts, video, photos, etc.) as well as a new feel to the site in […]Read more "A New Look!"
After a relaxing New Year’s Eve, I decided to take a couple of minutes to reflect on what 2008 has meant to me. I started a business, started a blog, got fired from my job, and I’m now starting to feel really, really old (the youngest, my son Tyler turned 5 on New Year’s Eve–just […]Read more "2008 in Retrospect, and I promise to blog more!"
10. Great music by James Taylor and Stephen Schwartz 9. For actors and singers–this is a great piece to pick up some really good monolgues and solos…lots of moving dialogue and awesome songs that people have not heard a million times, and stuff that a lot of people will be able to connect to. 8. […]Read more "Top 10 Reasons to see “Working” at True North!"