Want a job in the theater? Join our TheaterMakers Studio Production Team Database!
The theater is a collaborative art form. Even one-person shows can’t be done on their own. (At the very least, you need at least one person in your audience!)
The cool thing about meeting the right collaborator is that your energy to make something happen doubles, triples, and increases exponentially with each person you add. And then one day, you’ll find yourself sitting in a Broadway theater teching your show, looking around at the hundred people working on it with you. . . and remembering when it was just you, in your room, with an idea (yes, I’ve had this moment several times).
This is why we encourage TheaterMakers to meet other TheaterMakers and get them signed up on their show, or simply just meet for coffee and brainstorm!
And, believe it or not, one of the most common questions I get asked is . . . “Ken, where can I find a Director/Designer/Composer/Orchestrator/Actor, etc.” Shocking, right? Because we all know how many people are desperately looking to work as a Director/Designer/Composer/Orchestrator/Actor, etc.
That’s why we’ve started a TheaterMaker Production Team Database . . . so when you need someone for your show . . . or if you’re a TheaterMaker looking for a job on a show . . . you know where to look.
Post your profile if you’re a Director of plays or a Choreographer of musicals. Or a Writer, Investor, Designer or whatever.
Search through the profiles if you’re looking for any of the above, or are just looking to meet someone who shares the same passion of making shows as you do, and see what you can cook up together.
Whatever you’re looking for, it’s in our brand new, free TheaterMaker Database. And it’s now open for your submission and browsing pleasure!
Click here to check it out and create your free profile now.
And do it now.
Ask yourself. What do you have to lose by signing up? And putting yourself out there?
Only a possible collaboration that could take you exactly where you want to go.
It takes 30 seconds. Sign up and start working (with someone else) today.
Sign up for the TheaterMaker Production Database here.
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Ken created one of the first Broadway podcasts, recording over 250 episodes over 7 years. It features interviews with A-listers in the theater about how they “made it”, including 2 Pulitzer Prize Winners, 7 Academy Award Winners and 76 Tony Award winners. Notable guests include Pasek & Paul, Kenny Leon, Lynn Ahrens and more.