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2013-2014 Writer Search

By • Jul 12th, 2013 • Category: ShowBizRadio

ShowBizRadio is looking for writers to help increase our theatre coverage for the 2013-2014 season. Articles could be either reviews, interviews, or shadowing a production through the rehearsal process. We are also looking for people interested in writing columns to be published on a regular schedule.

If you’d like to review productions, you need to have a love of live theater and the ability to share your opinions in a clear, unbiased way. Reviews can be as long as necessary to get your thoughts across. One specific position we’d like fill is someone willing to cover only children’s theatre in the DC region. Shadowing a production means you would sit in on rehearsals and design meetings and document the process of creating a show. If you are involved in a show, shadowing is an opportunity for you to get the word out about the production.

We pay a nominal amount for each article that is published, and post a brief biography attached at the end of each published article, giving exposure to your next theatrical project or personal website. All articles published on the ShowBizRadio web site must be under your real name. We believe in standing behind your opinion, and if you’re not willing to do that under your real name, then your opinion must not matter as much.

If you would like more information about becoming a part of ShowBizRadio, please send an email to contact -at- showbizradio.com with the word “Writing” included in the subject line. Tell us a bit about yourself, and please include your professional and theatrical resumes and a writing sample.

This article can be linked to as: http://showbizradio.com/go/9589.

has performed in local productions, but prefers to be behind the scenes. Mike earned a Career Studies Certificate in Theater from Northern Virginia Community College. Mike is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association and the Online News Association.

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