Blogger Positions for Experienced Theatre Folks

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Are you a proven writer who is an expert in your chosen theatrical field? Do you have experience creating video blogs? Do you have social media followers? Would you like to share your experiences with others on an international level and expand the knowledge base that StageAgent brings to its 50,000+ users every month? If so, read on!

Job Duties:

  • Write engaging blog posts about various aspects of theatre: acting, design, directing, auditioning, writing, casting, celebrity interviews, running a theatre, and more!
  • Create original written content between 600 and 1200 words long, exclusively published on StageAgent AND/OR create original video content to be posted on the StageAgent blog and shared via the StageAgent YouTube channel
  • Submit 1 to 4 posts per month as determined by the editor
  • Share your StageAgent blog posts via your personal social media channels


  • Extensive background in any of the following areas
    • Acting, Voice, Dance
    • Direction, Choreography, Musical Direction
    • Design/technical theatre
    • Theatre management
    • Casting
    • Teaching any of the above in high schools, colleges, privately
  • College degree
  • Proven writing/video experience, with samples to be submitted

To Be Considered:

Please submit your resume and two writing/video samples (or links to samples) to

In your email introduction, please indicate what major city/country you live in/near (eg, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Sydney). After consideration, if StageAgent would like to move forward, we may request a sample blog post to be written and published that we will analyze for audience response.


This is a freelance position. Bloggers are paid on a per-piece-published basis, after the first sample post.

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Laura Ware

Laura is a California native who has been living in NY for the past 11 years after finishing 2 years touring with Mamma Mia! She's the current editor of who also work with kids and adults as the acting coach at Art House Astoria Conservatory for Music and Art.

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