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Just Getting Started? :: No matter where you are at in your career, hopefully, you will find something you don't know (but that might help you) contained in this section. Get information about headshots, auditions, and self marketing. Please look through the links below for additional resources.

Auditioning for the musical theatre
by Bill Berry Associate Artistic Director/Casting Director The 5th Avenue Theatre.

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Robin Jones shares his insight on a successful career and a fulfilling life in this series of essays.

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Your agent. Do you need one? In Seattle, for stage work, not really. But think of an agent as an extra set of well-connected eyes looking out for your career interests. How to tell if your agent is a good? Talk with other clients. Pay attention to your gut feelings. Some great agents aren't right for you - others are - its a chemistry thing. Does your agent see your work once in a while? What about having more than one agent? SURE! But you've got to be the squeaky wheel for all of them. If you're quiet, agents will assume you're content...

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