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Working in Theatre

Branding, Self-Marketing & Entrepreneurship

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Jump-start your theatre career this summer from anywhere with an Internet connection at Center Theatre Group's free, virtual professional development series. Designed for current college and university students studying theatre but open to all, the Working in Theatre Summer Series is a 10-week course focused on the skills and knowledge emerging professionals need to build a career in live theatre.

Learn how to brand, market, and sell yourself in this week’s session featuring panelists Katrina Frye and Howard Ho. Our guests disclose the best ways to open yourself up to opportunities using the power of social media and networking, how to deal with imposter syndrome online, and discuss how power and privilege play a part in finding work and establishing yourself.

Panelists:

Katrina Frye is the Founder & CEO of Mischief Managed and has ten years of arts management experience. Founded in 2016, Mischief Managed has supported over 100 artists around the nation to achieve their dreams.

Howard Ho is a playwright, sound designer and composer. He was a 2017 O'Neill National Playwrights Finalist. His work has been performed at the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, Theatre Now New York’s Soundbites, Company of Angels, and Center Theatre Group’s Library Reading Series. He has developed new works through Moving Arts, The Vagrancy, and Playground-LA.

Resources and Suggested Pre-Reading

Learn more about the Working in Theatre program.