LAND THE JOB

If you're looking for advice and suggestions on how to build your resume, look for jobs, hit the interview out of the park, and more - this is the place!

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TOP 9 TRANSFERABLE PERFORMER SKILLS

As a performer, you have tons of skills beyond performing. But how do you translate your dynamic profession onto a resume so non-arts hiring managers want to hire you? Whether you are a natural improviser or someone who needs to memorize the script before stepping on stage, there is something on this list is for you.

BUILDING A STANDOUT RESUME: FROM PERFORMING ARTS TO CUSTOMER SERVICE

Make sure your resume gets seen when transitioning from performing arts to customer service. Learn The Three Big Skills that will help you on a resume and thrive in the job.

TOP 9 TRANSFERABLE STAGE MANAGER SKILLS

WHO RUN THE WORLD? Stage Managers! Or, they run the show at least. Production and Stage Managers have some really impressive skills that can help them land just about any job they set their sights on. All you need to do is translate those experiences and skills for your resume! Here, we walk you through what to highlight on a non-arts resume and how.

BUILDING A STANDOUT RESUME: FROM PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Production Management = Project Management. We know you've been project managing all along. Listen to learn how to make sure non-arts hiring managers understand just as well!

PUTTING OUT FIRES: ARTS MANAGERS AND THE COVID JOB SEARCH

In the context of the performing arts industry, this includes stage managers, production managers, box office managers, house managers, tour managers, company managers, event managers, and anyone else in charge of making sure artists and audiences get to the right place on time without a hitch. The ones who put out fires. This is dedicated to you.

LANDING THE JOB: FROM AUDITIONS TO INTERVIEWS

If you've spent most of your career in the arts, you have probably spent most of your career getting jobs either through auditions or referrals. So how on earth do you prepare for an interview? Believe it or not, you've been training for this the entire time.

 

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