Failure. This isn’t a word you see often on my blog. When I started this site, I made an unspoken promise to myself to keep my updates focused on the positive aspects of my career. There are times that’s easier than others but once in a while you have to acknowledge your shortcomings, even in a public forum. Even if … Read More
This past while has been busy. Not only have I been regularly going out to auditions, but just a few weeks ago I attended Theatre Ontario’s smART Money series of workshops on Producing. In addition to my own experience of self-producing, it was a great refresher with some helpful new tips and tools on topics like organizing budgets, project management, … Read More
Even though I spent 3+ years at a day-job that involved coaching people on how to write résumés, interview well, and generally search for work, it’s always good to be reminded of some tips when you’re writing applications. I stumbled across a post from Fractured Atlas the other day that talks specifically about job applications in the arts. Here’s one … Read More
Spent a few days working on some applications, including one I’m very excited about. I don’t want to get too specific as of yet. I feel I’m a strong contender, so if all goes well I’ll be updating with good news in the weeks to come.
I’ve been keeping strong to my venue research and since March 29, I’ve attended the following: The Red Shoes – Battersea Arts Centre Macbeth – Blue Elephant Theatre Consultant – Theatre503 Eight Women – Southwark Playhouse Terminus – Young Vic I still have eight more shows to attend, which will bring me to a total of 16 productions I’ve witnessed … Read More
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