Greg Sunmark: Voice Acting

Landing paying gigs with your voice

Voiceover work provides a variety of opportunities for actors in commercials, video games, animated movies, corporate videos, and audiobooks. Greg Sunmark discusses how he got his start in the business and provides advice for newcomers. Listen to the audio file to hear Greg’s first audition tape and hear how it compares to his current reel.

Brian Loevner: Good Shows Don’t Have to Close

Building commercial theatre in Chicago

The Chicago Commercial Collective invests in successful productions that grow out of local nonprofit theaters and develops them as commercial properties. According to Brian Loevner–a partner in the new enterprise–the nonprofits, the artists, and the investors all stand to gain from the increased commercial activity in Chicago's theater scene.

Career Moves: David Mack

From Actor to Managing Director

Amy Tofte of the LA Stage Times recently profiled a number of theater artists whose careers have taken some surprising turns. She recounts how creative artists slipped into management roles and how administrative staff used the skills they acquired in the theater to pursue alternative careers. Excerpts from these articles are reprinted here with kind permission from the LA Stage Times.

Career Moves: Diana Wyenn

From Theater BFA to Marketing and Media Relations Manager

Amy Tofte of the LA Stage Times recently profiled a number of theater artists
whose careers have taken some surprising turns. She describes how
creative artists slipped into management roles and how administrative
staff used the skills they acquired in the theater to pursue alternative
careers. Excerpts from these articles are reprinted here with kind
permission from the LA Stage Times

Career Moves: Ryan Maes

From Rogue Artist to Auditor at Haskell & White, LLC

Amy Tofte of the LA Stage Times recently profiled a number of theater artists whose careers have taken some surprising turns. She recounts how creative artists slipped into management roles and how administrative staff used the skills they acquired in the theater to pursue alternative careers. Excerpts from these articles are reprinted here with kind permission from the LA Stage Times.

Career Moves: David Tarlow

From Celebration Theatre to Citibank

Amy Tofte of the LA Stage Times recently profiled a number of theater artists
whose careers have taken some surprising turns. She describes how
creative artists slipped into management roles and how administrative
staff used the skills they acquired in the theater to pursue alternative
careers. Excerpts from these articles are reprinted here with kind
permission from the LA Stage Times.  

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