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Call for Show Guide Writers

Apply Now Button For Work Job ApplicationAt StageAgent.com, we are on a quest to inform, guide and improve the lives of performing artists. But in order to succeed, we need your help! StageAgent.com has multiple openings for part-time content specialists to write original show guides about musicals, plays and operas. You should be an excellent writer with expert-level knowledge about Broadway musicals,  straight plays and/or operas, including extensive industry and/or academic experience. This is a part-time, work-from-home position. We are open to hiring the right experts regardless of your geographic location.

Job duties:

  • Write detailed study guides for musicals, plays and operas including context, plot summaries, character analyses and other information.
  • Classify monologues and songs by category, genre, vocal range and other criteria.
  • Assist with product testing
  • Help promote StageAgent content via your personal social media channels.
  • Mentor interns

Required qualifications:

  • Extensive experience working in the theatre industry either as a performer or on the production side.
  • Strong musical abilities with the ability to easily classify character vocal ranges.
  • Strong research and writing capabilities.
  • Access to source materials via a music or drama library or personal collection.
  • College degree
  • Flexible schedule with 5-10 hours per week to work for StageAgent
  • Other primary source of income. *StageAgent writers are paid a fee per completed guide

To Apply:

Submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@stageagent.com.

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Jason is the founder and CEO of StageAgent.com and a graduate of Stanford University. He also performs regularly with theatre companies throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

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