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Recent Auditions
Antrim Players
  Audition Type: Musical Theatre
  Role Type: Lead
  Level: Emerging Professional

Annapolis Opera Company
  Audition Type: Opera
  Role Type: Lead
  Level: Professional

Actors Theatre Grand Rapids
  Audition Type: Musical Theatre
  Role Type: Lead
  Level: Emerging Professional

  • Auditions Plus, Extra Extra, Read All About it! 7 Rules of a Great Headline
    (August 27, 2014 at 3:36 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard, author of Marketing Singers.   What’s in a Headline?   As I read magazines and newspapers I’m surprised at the number of weak headlines from advertisers. Most are tombstones. “Jones University” can be on a tombstone, but it isn’t a headline.   The old saying goes “you only have one chance to make a first impression.” In advertising and sales, that applies to the headline. Pictures and graphics are great for getting people’s attention, but they don’t … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Sing for FREE?
    (August 20, 2014 at 1:49 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard   FREE — good for selling things, bad for paying your bills.   When I advise singers, I stress that they should never again sing for free. And they don’t have to in order to make a living from their talent.   To folks of other skills and business the same advise applies. Don’t give away your services. Ever.   Now, let me contradict that or at least set up the paradox.   In every business transaction … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, A Singer vs a Performer
    (August 5, 2014 at 2:32 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard   The difference between a singer and a performer is… a career.   With all the lessons a singer must go through to prepare and perfect the voice it is little wonder that when a singer gets on a stage the voice is where concentration is directed.   In addition I’ve heard voice teachers insist on singers striking a formal recital pose and hold it for the duration of the song. One explanation is that the audience … Continue reading

  • 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

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