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Recent Auditions
Desert Stages Theatre
  Audition Type: Musical Theatre
  Role Type: Lead
  Level: Emerging Professional

First Unitarian Congregational Society of Brooklyn
  Audition Type: Church/Temple
  Role Type: Section Leader/Soloist
  Level: Professional

Grace Episcopal Church
  Audition Type: Church/Temple
  Role Type: Section Leader/Soloist
  Level: Emerging Professional

  • Auditions Plus, Negotiating 101: For Singers and other Performers
    (July 21, 2014 at 2:44 pm)

    Ready to negotiate your next contract, gig, or engagement? Mark Stoddard, author of Marketing Singers, shares insights on the art of negotiating that is applicable to every level of business.   First, some context about negotiating. Every singer negotiates. Some just do it better than others. Learn to negotiate naturally, meaning, make it become second nature.   When I wrestled in high school, we had a great coach who taught us “chain wrestling.” That meant we knew the mental part … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Can You Make Money from a Volunteer Gig?
    (July 17, 2014 at 4:59 pm)

    Should you stay away from volunteer gigs just because they don’t pay? No, almost any performance opportunity is not just valuable experience, it can be economically valuable, too! Mark Stoddard, author of Marketing Singers, expounds.   As professional singer or actor, do you ever participate in volunteer productions? Of course you need to get paid as a professional, but don’t let performance opportunities slip away simply because they are volunteer gigs. There are ways to turn nothing into something and … Continue reading

  • Mark Stoddard, Making Something From Nothing
    (July 14, 2014 at 2:42 pm)

    As professional singer or actor, do you ever participate in volunteer productions? Of course you need to get paid as a professional, but don’t let performance opportunities slip away simply because they are volunteer gigs. There are ways to turn nothing into something and I’m happy to show you how.   On June 28 the curtain came down for the final performance of the original musical I wrote and produced, “Strangers in Nauvoo”. An enormous amount of work produced tremendous … Continue reading

  • Classical Singer, A Singer’s Guide to Communicating Effectively
    (June 20, 2014 at 1:29 pm)

    We get only a few precious minutes to make a good impression on those all-important folks who do the hiring, but those minutes can make all the difference. Here are a few tips on how to make those first impressions positive ones.   On the Telephone   Planning is the key to making your phone time count. Make a list of the items you want to discuss with the person you are calling, and then arrange the sequence of those … Continue reading




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