Resumes, cover letters, portfolios, websites! It's all too much!
Fear not! StageSource is here to keep you in tip-top shape. This Clinic is designed for designers, technicians, administrators, and managers to get, not only advice, but one-on-one workshopping on their resumes, portfolios, and whatever else needs honing.
Starting with a panel, we'll chat with professional advisors—the people out there doing the hiring in your field. They'll dish out tips and tricks on how to stand out. After that, sign up for a one-on-one session with one of our advisors to get their advice on how to brush up your resume, cover letter, portfolio, or website.
$10 for Members
$20 for Non-Members
We have two financially supported slots available. Please apply here. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
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MEET THE ADVISORS:
Hannah Huling (she/her/hers) has been the Production Manager at New Repertory Theatre in Watertown, MA. for the last 3 years. Originally from Franklin, Mass, she spent her college years in the midwest and then traveled all over the US, making theatre and perfecting her best "Any notes for the Group" voice. In her precious free time, she enjoys camping and pampering her dog-child, Leia.
J.B. Barricklo (he/him/his) is the relatively new Director of Production at Brandeis University Department of Theater Arts having moved to Boston two years ago. The previous seventeen years, he was the senior Production Manager at The Juilliard School in New York City. At Juilliard, he oversaw production events for the Theater, Opera, Dance, and Music Technology departments. He has been fortunate to work with professional theater artists whose training and experience range from Intern to Broadway. As an administrator, J.B. has had the opportunity to interview and hire across the broad spectrum of theater roles: director, designer, technician, stage management, et al. He looks forward to meeting and collaborating with a new pool of Boston artists.
Karthik Subramanian (he/him/his) began his tenure at Company One Theatre nine years ago. He has spent the last six as the organization’s Production Manager before being promoted to Business Manager and finally to the Interim Managing Director. Karthik has been integral to Company One’s participation in Theatre Communication Group’s national Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Institute, is a Mentor with ArtsBoston’s Network for Arts Administrators of Color, and a graduate of the Institute for Nonprofit Practice program. He has also worked extensively with Northeastern University, The Theater Offensive and Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center’s Pao Arts Center.
Michael J. Bobbitt (he/him/his) is the Artistic Director at New Repertory Theatre, as well as an arts leader, director, choreographer, and playwright. He served as Artistic Director for Adventure Theatre-MTC in Maryland since 2007, where he led the organization to be a respected theatre/training company in the DC region, as well as a nationally influential professional Theatre for Young Audiences. He led a merger with Musical Theater Center, increased the organizational budget and audience, commissioned new works by noted playwrights, transferred two shows to Off-Broadway, built an academy, and earned dozens of Helen Hayes Award Nominations including eight wins.
Catherine Carr Kelly (she/her/hers) is the Executive Director of Central Square Theater and was Managing Director of Underground Railway Theater for eleven years and served as Campaign Manager for the Campaign for Central Square Theater for the two years prior to becoming the CST Executive Director. Ms. Carr Kelly is also the Founding Managing Director of the Women on Top Theater Festival of New Works, running from 2000 to 2007. Past board involvement includes the Somerville Arts Council, StageSource, and the Arts/Boston Advisory Board. She served on the inaugural co-hort for the Theater Communications Group’s national Equity, Diversity and Inclusion initiative.