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College Auditions: Preparing to Shine

As a high school teacher, I worked with a lot of students to help them prepare for their college and scholarship auditions. And sitting in on audition committees helped shape my perspective even more. While auditioning for colleges is very similar to any other audition, this moment isn’t for a job, but for a mutual investment for the next two to four years. There are some really important things to remember before stepping into that audition room.

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Summer Interns

Are you a college student who is passionate about theatre and has solid writing skills? Then you should apply to join the StageAgent team as a summer intern!

StageAgent is excited to announce the launch of our new summer internship program. Our interns will have the opportunity to develop their theatre research and writing skills and have their content published on our renowned theatre websites that boast over 600k global readers every month.

Full internship details here!

Deadline to apply is June 8

Performing Arts High School Auditions: Preparation

You’re a couple of months away from the start of your child’s eighth grade year. It’s summer — time for relaxing before school starts, right? Nope. Your child has decided that they want to go to a performing arts high school. So, now what? You and your child need to start your preparation now for auditions in the fall. Check out some advice from StageAgent editor and acting coach, Laura Ware.

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Performing Arts High School Auditions: First Steps

Applying to get into some high schools these days is like applying for college. Every year thousands of kids compete for a limited number of spots at performing arts high schools. Preparing for auditions is a pressure-filled process over several months that can lead to big smiles or lots of tears. But how can you prepare your child – and yourself — for this process?

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Break Into the Biz: A Career in Theatre Design

So, you want to design for theatre? Where do you begin? There is no simple path to a career in design. Some people find their way into the industry fresh out of college; others discover theatre later in life. Many receive traditional education; others learn on the job. Whether you’re in high school considering the college path, or mid-career with an urge to see your art onstage, there’s room and potential for everyone.

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