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TheatreArtLife Turns One: Happy Birthday TAL!

By Ashley Sutherland-Winch

Anna Robb had a great idea and when she presented it to me in July 2016, I was ecstatic. From there, we spent thousands of hours crafting our brand and developing our strategy and now on April 28, 2018, we are thrilled to celebrate TheatreArtLife.com’s first birthday.  It has been a glorious year and we are so proud!

YEAR ONE.

Thank you for supporting TheatreArtLife, we are so honored and humbled to hit this incredible milestone. Our mission is to ignite connections across the globe in live entertainment and theatre and we exist because of you!

BUILDING OUR COMMUNITY.

We realized early on in our planning process that we needed great regular content to fuel our idea. Anna and I began reaching out to industry friends and colleagues back in November 2016. We presented the idea of TheatreArtLife and asked for contributors to join the community to share their experiences and ideas working in live entertainment and theatre. With around 30 contributors, we launched TheatreArtLife.com on April 28, 2017, and over the past year, we have grown our community of industry professionals to 92 contributors with more joining us each week. TheatreArtLife was created by the industry for the industry and with the support of our contributors and readers, we look forward to a bright future ahead!  Visit The Contributors

CREATING THE CONTENT.

We had an enormous response to our articles and we are excited for the amazing contributors who wrote for TheatreArtLife. Our contributors took time out of their busy schedules to write about their journey and life working on shows around the world.

THE TOP 20 MOST READ ARTICLES FROM YEAR ONE. 

Written April 28, 2017 through April 28, 2018.

#20

10 Ways To Improve Your Stage Management Repertoire In 2018 By Terrence Williams

#19 

Jodi Benson: The Industry, Motherhood & The Little Mermaid By Ashley Sutherland-Winch

#18

Theatre Etiquette 101: Phones, Snacks & Other Errors By Mena Buscetto 

#17

 Guiding Light Through The Darkness: The Do’s and Don’ts Of An Emergency Situation By Chris Lose

#16

Follow Up To 16 Essential Items For An Entertainment Technician By Anna Robb

#15

How To Be A Good Crew Boss By Sound Girls

#14

Thank You For Not Smoking By Chris Lose

#13

Want To Work In Theatre? Start Saying Yes! By Theresa Snyder

#12

Departure: Why People Leave Jobs? By Tom Warneke

#11

Redundancy in Theatrical Systems By Jay Withee

#10

The Art Of Giving Notes To Unapproachable Artists By Terrence Williams

#9

An Incomplete List Of Things I’ve Learned In My 1st Year As A Freelance Stage Manager By Caroline D’Angelo

#8

DMX Demystified By Michael Cassera

#7

Email Etiquette: Let’s Refresh The Basics By Sophie Mackay

#6

10 Tips For Great Theatrical Photos By Tom Fairchild

#5

Troubleshooting Your Theatrical Systems: Part 1 By Jay Withee

#4

How Do I Get Your Job? By Sarah Grubb

#3

Lessons In Stage Management By Justin Mabardi

#2

The Overlooked Characteristics Of Great Stage Managers By Melanie Selwood

#1

16 Essential Items For An Entertainment Technician By Tom Warneke

Stay tuned for more amazing articles in the year to come!

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