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Find out more about the guy who writes and edits the TRU Weekly Update... my bio, play listing, discography of CD's and how to get 'em, and some nice photos (admittedly a a few years out of date) at www.bobost.com

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Theater to Go is New Jersey's premier full service theatrical production company, well-known for Murder Mysteries and Interactive Comedy Theater. Check out www.theatertogo.com and drop a line - or "like" us on Facebook.

The Producers Club – check out new photos, rates, upcoming events, and discounts here at the PC at www.producersclub.com

Shadowland is the only non-profit, professional theatre company in Ulster County. We have been producing live theatre for 21 years in Ellenville, New York. Voted BEST IN THE HUDSON VALLEY! Come check us out at www.shadowlandstages.org

Exciting things are happening on Staten Island! Visit Sundog Theatre, a new out-of-borough theater experience at www.sundogtheatre.org

New Apple Productions is dedicated to aid and promote our members in the visual and performing arts We showcase our members in live performances in venues around the city. Take a bite at New Apple Music and Art Productions

The Xoregos Performing Company does arcane and new plays and dances. It has premiered plays by Oscar Wilde, Rene Magritte, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Sarah Bernardt and Jean Cocteau. Repertory dances by Charles Weidman, Ruth St. Denis and Doris Humphrey. Summer 2009, a program of five danced plays. Visit xoregoscompany.com

Over the river, across the (GW) bridge to Leonia, NJ you go... to the Players' Guild of Leonia for grand community theatre on Grand Avenue! On stages since 1919, PGL's professionals & newbies sharpen their skills in workshops with acting, directing, improvs, new script tryouts, and all aspects of technical and creative stage craft... leoniaplayers.org

NY Artists Unlimited is an exciting multicultural company that tours (mostly free!) professional theatre to under-served & general audiences. For love at first site: Nyartists.org.

Click with the multi-media performance company, Art House Productions ... Creating Performance, Broadcast and Publishing Opportunities for Artists. Based in New Jersey, but you can find them at your fingertips now: www.arthouseproductions.org

Treehouse Shakers, a dance and theater company offering both adult and children's dance-plays to New York audiences since 1997. And they've just added two additional pages to their great website: "Storytelling" and "Workshops." Shake down the whole tree at www.treehouseshakers.com

Click with the multi-media performance company, Art House Productions ... Creating Performance, Broadcast and Publishing Opportunities for Artists. Based in New Jersey, but you can find them at your fingertips now: www.arthouseproductions.org

Everyone rides Shotgun ... check out a very cool company at a very cool website: Shotgun Productions has definitely got the drive at www.shotgun-productions.org

Go ape for good theater? Gorilla Repertory Theater Company Inc. gives high-quality productions of classical and important dramatic material ... for free. Ben Brantley in The NY Times has called it "a downtown tradition." Founded in 1992 ... gorillareptheater.org

Developing Artists provides young artists with the tools to succeed as working actors, musicians and writers in the theater community — it's a multi-disciplinary conservatory and producing company that develops original theater written, directed, produced and performed by young adults ... find out more at www.developingartists.org

Take a look at the exciting events happening at the Riant: their history, programs, etc. Check out the plays to be performed in 2003, order tickets online, visit their Online Store. The link is http://www.therianttheatre.com

Metropolitan Playhouse is a theater company with an interesting history, and an exciting future. Find out what's happening at www.metropolitanplayhouse.org

Expand your horizons ... get the latest on Broad Horizons events, readings, productions, and the schedule for The Studio. Visit for up-to-date announcements or to learn more about the history and mission of the company.... www.bhorizons.org

Vision Repertory Company is dedicated to the presentation of original plays based on actual events. From drug addiction to suicidal situations to serious health issues ... get real at visionrep.net

Raw Impressions, Inc. is committed to inspiring artists to be prolific with excellence ... creating opportunities for artists to take risks and work with new collaborators ... premiering work after supporting it through a speedy development process free. Go to www.jadelake.com for updates on all things Raw and Impressionable

Spoon Theater celebrates the collaborative spirit, developing productions pertinent for today's global and rapidly changing world: "We give voice to those who are a part of our world, but whose stories often go untold ... we involve these diverse voices in our play selection, programs and internships, in artistic, production and volunteer staffs, and in our audience." Go to www.spoontheater.org

The Actors Theatre Workshop (ATW) is an award winning non-profit theatre and community center that produces classical and contemporary plays, develops new dramatic works, trains and develops actors, writers and directors while making a difference in the lives of homeless children and the community at large. Find out more at www.actorstheatreworkshop.com

Judith Shakespeare Company, founded in 1995, is committed to bringing Shakespeare's language to life with clarity and vitality, while expanding the presence of women in classical theatre. Check out Shakespeare Unplugged — The History Cycle right now at www.judithshakespeare.org

Hamm & Clov Stage Company produces and nurtures playwrights, musicians, dancers, and media artists from around the world, appearing in a variety of venues around the New York area and abroad. Their primary focus recently has been on original material, produced collaboratively, in both English and Spanish. www.hammandclov.org/

Emerging Artists Theatre Company (EAT) is a playwright based company that produces new works of emerging playwrights. Check 'em out at www.emergingartiststheatre.org

Dedicated to the cross channel exchange of new plays between the UK and US, cross over to Mind the Gap at www.mindthegaptheatre.net/home.html





Discover the classical music of established and emerging theatre composers at Performing Arts Legacy. https://performingartslegacy.org/

Dances created for video are featured on Mimi Garrard's web site. Keep coming back for more – they change each month at mimigarrarddance.com

See recent work by choreographer Chiara Ajkun, at NY's City Center. Take a thrilling leap right now... click here

For kids of all ages who love musical theater ... TADA! is the place to go in New York City and you can take the child in you on a tour right now at www.tadatheater.com

Jazz / klezmer / avant-garde composer and guitarist looking to collaborate with theater writers and directors. More info and MP3 audio files at www.jonmadof.com

Raw Impressions, Inc. is committed to inspiring artists to be prolific with excellence ... create opportunities for artists to take risks and work with new collaborators ... premiere work after supporting it through a speedy development process. Go to www.jadelake.com

Check out Millrose Music! "For over twenty years Millrose Music has specialized in music recording, audio production and live cabaret recording. We’ve worked with many high profile performers, directors, composers, producers and companies over the years and are known for our no ego/no attitude disposition. It’s all about service." Get info at www.millrosemusic.com





Sandra Bargman wants you to barge into her new website! And for those who've visited already, she's added new photos, recordings and information. Check it out at www.sandrabargman.com

Head down to Armand's Gumbo for some down-home film, video, and more: armand.ruhlman.com

Jazz Piano artist, vocalist, composer and cabaret artist Tamer Tewfik, MAC Award nominee for 2001 for best song — check him out at TamerTewfik.com.

Award-winning international actress creates her own shows that tour extensively , the USA and other parts of the world in many languages. For theatre residencies and writing workshops, film festivals and rare screenings, future performance bookings, current successes and lots of photos ... visit www.noraarmani.net

Fall for Pratt ... check out Judith Pratt's plays and stay to see if she can do some fundraising or business writing for you. Plays have been done in Boston, NYC, Texas, New Jersey, Omaha, Alaska, and South Africa. Visit www.judithpratt.com

Listen to TRU friends Anya and Robert ... read the latest news about their Shows and Recordings. Plus lots of great Photos. And listen to the new Cast Album of "Greetings From Yorkville" and take a look at the Songbook at www.AnyaRobertMusic.com

Go ahead - laugh your Orloff! The plays of two-time TRU Voices finalist Rich Orloff (and other funny business) await you at www.richorloff.com (It even includes a glimpse inside the playwright's head!)

Say shalom to Shlomoh Sherman, actor, comic and poet! His website contains creative writings, stories, poems, essays. Quicken the pace from slo-mo to Shlomoh at shlomohsherman.com

Just another guy who writes musical comedies ... check out the talents of Noel Katz, including his new musical Area 51, at Noel's Home Page.

Get to know the man that even Carol Channing sometimes mistakes for herself. Say hello to one of cabaret's best friends at Richard Skipper's website.

Discover the "Positive Influence" of singer-songwriter Bonnie Lee Sanders, winner of a Bistro and a MAC Award, and a two-time MAC nominee. See what she's been up to, and what she's planning, at www.wizzdom.net/bonnie_lee.htm

20 musicals and 10 screenplays that need a home. Sidney sure writes up a storm! See his work (and consider adoption) at www.SidneyGoldbergWriter.com

Inspired by a 2001 TRU marketing meeting, TRU member (and stage director) Mark Steven Robinson has decided to finally get himself a web site! Check out: www.MarkRobinson.net

If you like a satirical, topical singer/songwriter like Tom Lehrer or Christine Lavin, you'll want to discover Rachel Stone! Showcase yourself at her bi-monthly midtown Community Cabaret, have her write custom songs for your event ... Rachel Stone's Soundlclick

Discover the funny breezy style of writer M.M. Devoe, check out her Q&A page for a sense of her fresh approach to fiction and non-fiction writing. Hey, TRU knew her when she was doing PR for theater folk like us. See what she's up to, and what awards she's winning, at www.mmdevoe.com

Anyone who's looking for a director or playwright, take a peep at Tom.. Including info about his current production of Romeo & Juliet at the Princeton Rep Shakespeare Festival: meet Tom Rowan at www.tomrowan.net

Wanna see insult comedy at its best? Check out Lisa Lampanelli, Comedy's Lovable Queen of Mean, at www.InsultComic.com. You never know what she'll say next!!

Laugh at Justice ... funny guy Todd Justice, that is. He's taking his Texas attitude on a cross-country. Check the schedule, hear and see funny clips at www.ToddJustice.com

Great new songs for future shows, guest appearances, or recording projects ... Karen's waiting to make music for you at KarenBenedettoSongs.com

Playwright, actor, director Daniel Guyton ... pretty entertaining website that has a lot of other links for you as well. Come check him out at www.danguyton.com

Award-winning Cabaret Artist/Actress Vickie Phillips offers a discount to TRU Members whenever she's in town. Catch her "Musical Journey" with the songs of Brel ... for bio and reviews click Vickie's new webpage

Follow this New York actress as she soars through her performing career, a complete bio and resume, her continuously updated News page, an upcoming reel, and... what's this about Gary Busey?? Be the first to know what Jeanette's up to next at www.jeanettebonner.com

Her successful solo show "not a nice girl" has helped create a following for this teacher/director/actor/writer. With NYC workshops in acting, writing, solo show and standup comedy, Cheryl King covers all the performance bases, and also artistic directs the NY Solo Play Lab. Find the queen of Kings at www.cherylkingproductions.com

Looking for a play? Highly theatrical - magical - highs, lows and laughs - for full-lengths, 10-minute gems, and in between. Check out Robin Rice Lichtig - click here

Meet Jason J. Deburgo: actor/ singer/ model/ voiceovers/ networker extraordinaire ... see photos and reel, hear songs, check out his chat forum and hook up with his entertainment industry links for all entertainers at http://www.jasonj.biz

Hear Dennis Livingston's cabaret & theater songs, view lyrics, request sheet music & utilize the extensive links at this "first-stop portal to the cabaret world." ... click Dennis Livingston

A website has Bloomed ... check musical theater writer Charles Bloom's site, including work from five different scores, cabaret/revue material, parodies, notification of upcoming events and more on the way. Link up with this former TRU Voices finalist at www.charlesbloomusic.com

Jennifer Jiles tells all in her solo show Kicking and Screaming ... "Only a Rockette can tell you what goes on BEHIND the kickline!" Get your kicks at www.jenniferjiles.com

Upstate playwright takes on Manhattan! Prize-winning, published, and visits the city on a regular basis ... always looking for good talent (playwrights, directors and actors) to work with at festivals such as the Riant Strawberry and the Samuel French, or to network with while developing other new works... Jay D. Hanagan at www.jayhanagan.com

NYC actress Amy Hoerler: credits in movies and tv are numerous, including major film and tv shows and a bunch of student and indie films. Also an active member of a)LoStCrEaTiVe Theatre Company. Visit www.amyhoerler.com

Actress, singer, model with really cool flash site — lots of great shots and info, plus a few song clips. Meet Maura M. Knowles at www.mauramknowles.com

Check out 'BESSIE' Award winner Lawrence Goldhuber's work at www.bigmanarts.com You won't be sorry!

Playwright Stacey Lane's scripts have been seen at over 150 theatres from coast to coast and are published with Playscripts, Inc., Smith and Kraus, Manhattan Theatre Source, San Luis Obispo Little Theatre, and Scene4 Magazine. For plays for professional, community, and youth productions www.StaceyLaneInk.com





Theater to Go is celebrating their 20th anniversary of providing interactive comedy theater for private and corporate events, fundraisers and public audiences. Also launching a Developing Artists division with a production of Roebling: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge - see www.theatertogo.com

"You're only young once, but the music lasts forever." Check out TRU friend Roy O'Neil's award-winning musical Eddie and The Palaceades

Three faiths, 14 actor/dancers, 8 musicians ... Same Difference, an arts/media/education project for healing multicultural tensions. Learn more at www.samedifference.org

Tourettaville ... an award winning musical... and a lesson in kindness. June Ospa's musical about her son's Tourette's Syndrome received a Very Special Arts 2000 Award from Kennedy Center judges Fred Zollo, Jack Hoffsiss, Marlee Matlin, Wendy Wasserstein. See more at here.

Just what did Cheryl King and John Jerome discuss in Arturo's Window? She has shaped a somewhat fictionalized version of John's notorious story into a play co-written with Rod Menzies, and John Mercurio has contributed 9 original songs. Satisfy your curiosity and take a peek into www.arturoswindow.xbuild.com

Light From Darkness Grows ... a serialized historical drama with music. Winner of the NFCB Golden Reel Award for best radio drama and the 2003 Gracie Allen Award. Starring Harry Lennix & Lisa Gay Hamilton - Narrated by Phylicia Rashad! Go to www.whatlight.com

Check out Rich Orloff's trio of one-act comedies,Incredible Sex,, published by Playscripts, Inc.! The three comic tales of love and lust await you at playscripts.com

Award-winning multi-media one-woman show, Love Arm'd: Aphra Behn & Her Pen from Love Arm'd Productions, also offering workshops in everything from Voice & Diction to Restoration Acting: www.lovearmd.com

Sixteen British musical theatre stars get a little crazy in Weird & Wonderful, a CD of comic songs by the UK's new master of the genre, Alexander S. Bermange. Read a bit about this balmy Brit at www.bermange.co.uk

Harpo Marx meets Joseph Stalin--it nearly happened! Find out all about it in Bernard Besserglik's musical, A Night in the Kremlin: a political parable told in the manner of a Marx Brothers movie. Check out this musical comedy at a-night-in-the-kremlin.com. Script, CD and DVD available.





Created in 1996, Barewalls sells posters and prints online. Their vast collection contains artwork from thousands of famous photographers and painters for your key art, postcards, posters and set design. Visit Barewalls

Sewing Patterns and Guides for Historical Clothing and Costumes  – whether you want to make an amazing costume or join a reenactment club, historical costumes can make it possible. Click here.

Ticketleap is a powerful, easy-to-use online ticketing platform designed to make creating events and selling tickets faster than ever. As a ticket buyer, you can see who else is attending events through social media feeds and let the world know where you're going. click here

Makeup Artist Edu, a dedicated resource for aspiring and existing makeup artisans. Website includes experience requirements, job duties, and salary expectations that will help individuals in career advancement. Come face to face with a great resource: click here

Score big! There are a lot of places to get Broadway tickets. But there is only one place where you can get savings on every ticket, to all the best shows, every day. Browse and search for your favorite types of broadway and theater shows on scorebig, a ticketmaster affiliate.

Online ticketing service that's FREE? Yup, and it has more features than the others that charge more! It's your ticket to fairer ticketing practices — go to www.BrownPaperTickets.com

New York Broadway Tours is a musical theatre experience you will never forget. It's like a walking, talking, singing Broadway show. Your tour guides are gifted singer/actors and they have a passion for sharing their love of the stage and the city with you! Great for kids of all ages – a musical theatre experience you'll never forget: click here to book today!

New York Show Tickets provides Discount Broadway ticket offers to all current Broadway shows in New York City. The discount ticket prices are always below the retail price and they offer a guarantee that you will never find a lower price on Broadway Tickets. The offers are often good three months out, and it beats standing out in the weather at the TKTS stand! Go to www.nytix.com

The New York Foundation of the Arts Jobs in the Arts is a national online listing of classifieds for creative professionals. Galleries, museums, theaters, universities, and arts organizations alike have all turned to NYFA to fill important positions. 100 new listings are posted each week. Post for $25/week with no character limit, and discounts start after 2 weeks. Click here!

Boo! Wanna scare up some cool costumes for Halloween, or your next theater event? Buy Costumes provides affordable costumes and equipment for those interested in theater or simply interested in dressing up for the fun of it. Our quality products range from zombie/vampire, to decade based attire and fan fiction. Click here.

Play dress up... or dress up your play. One of the biggest selections of popular Halloween costumes available on the internet plus costumes for every other occasion. A costume for every holiday and every time of the year: Mardi Gras to Easter Bunny, a professional Santa Suit or a 4th of July patriotic costumes. All sizes. Click here for a clothes encounter of the fun kind.

Affordable costumes for any occasion. Producing Pirates of Penzance or Hair or Julius Caesar? You'll need the right costumes to set the period. Costume SuperCenter has a huge selection of era-appropriate garb, plus almost any other costumes under the sun, for use in theatrical productions (and cast parties). Dress your show for success at www.costumesupercenter.com

IPR License helps you adapt! Discover the new platform on which you can scour the globe in a few clicks to find the best new work for adaptation. Not only that, but you can acquire the rights in a few more clicks. For details, see www.iprlicense.com.

The Producer-Friendly Playwriting Guide developed in the Practical Playwriting Workshop is now available on Diana Amsterdam's website, and it is FREE and easy to download. Click here for the write stuff!

Useful website for playwrights ... Join a group of writers, actors and others who develop new work for the stage and other media. Check out NYCplaywrights at nycp.blogspot.com.

The Field, a performing artists resource organization — some of the best creative and support programs around for individual artists! Take a field trip to www.thefield.org and find out how they can help you.

Sing out the news, buddy: the industry's most important new listing service for cabaret as well as theater, music, dance, and other vital areas of the performing arts. Free listings and free streaming video to help you promote your upcoming show at www.StageBuddy.com

Head's up for headshots: Meredith Collins has worked on both coasts and on both sides of the camera, so she understands the challenges of this business and what it takes to get a great headshot! Love your pix or we shoot again! Visit www.meredithcollinsphotography.com

Theatre Development Fund has a new website! The New York-based not-for-profit performing arts service organization which in the last year alone filled more than 2.3 million theatre seats and returned $70 million to hundreds of Broadway, Off Broadway, off-Off Broadway, music and dance productions, has just launched a complete redesign of its Web site, www.tdf.org

Go Graph Stock Photography offers over 8 million royalty free stock photos, illustrations, vector clip art and royalty-free footage clips. Our database contains images on a wide variety of topics and can be viewed for free and used for any project. Click here to make a wise stock investment.

Can Stock Photo offers over 10 million professional royalty free stock photos that you can search from, plus royalty-free clipart, illustrations, stock video clips, and more. High-quality images are backed by a generous license agreement that gives you the flexibility you need. Free weekly downloads with tens of thousands of new images added every week. Click here to improve your images.

Picture this! Foto Stock Photography and Stock Footage allows users to search through millions of photos and hundreds of thousands of video clips in one place. Get more info at www.fotosearch.com

Sign up for your FREE subscription to Stage Directions, the ONLY independently published journal devoted to technical theatre. From backstage to box office, STAGE DIRECTIONS is filled with the information you need to stay on top of the latest productions and how they were produced. Go to www.stage-directions.com/subscribe

The first official George S. Kaufman website provides background on Kaufman and his major works, to alert theater companies and producers to a wide variety of classic comic plays and musicals that might find a happy home at your theater or university. Essential to theater scholars, students, fans of Broadway history, and anyone interested in some good laughs: www.georgeskaufman.com

Need an outside eye on your new musical? Elizabeth Lucas, founding producer of the New York Musical Theatre Festival and a director of new musicals, provides written evaluations and personal consultations for musical theater scripts at any stage of development. Find out about her at www.elizabethlucas.com

Aiming to eventually be the best resource for practical information and advice about technical theatre techniques for theatre folk at any level ... www.theatrecrafts.com

Susan L. Schulman/Publicity has a new website ... fast and easy access on their range of publicity and marketing services, plus a special section devoted to current clients, designed so media outlets can instantly download bios, head shots, press releases, interviews and features. Go to www.schulmanpublicity.com

Legal website worth looking into ... they charge only the government filing fee, plus taxes, and a small commission. Services: Incorporation, LLCs, Trademarks, Copyrights, Divorce, Wills, Living Wills, Power of Attorney, Living Trust, Prenuptials, U.S. Citizenship, Name Change, and More. Go to www.legalzoom.com

The complete online guide to musical theater auditions & performances, including a comprehensive list of musicals with cast breakdowns and storylines and guides for directors and choreographers. Plus an e-store of theater-related merch, all at www.musicaltheatreaudition.net

Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA) is an international network dedicated to affirming the role of the dramaturg, to expanding the possibilities of the field to other media and institutions, and to cultivating, developing and promoting the function of dramaturgy and literary management. Learn more at www.lmda.org

Wing it on the web ... view ATW interviews with theater greats. 30 past (2001-2002) American Theater Wing panel discussions with major theater artists from Edward Albee to Hal Prince and many more about Careers In Theater. Now they can be seen again at www.americantheatrewing.org

Kevin has designs on you ... scenic design, lighting design, graphic design, web site design. Check out his very impressive on line portfolio at http://klad.com

Small producer-writer production company also "produces" websites, consulting for design, posting your site and many other content topics to promote YOU. Services ala cart and TRU gets a discount. Visit BestFriendsProductions.com

Visit Smith and Kraus Publishing's S&K Café: Where Life Meets Theater, at www.smithandkraus.com! See their bestsellers, new releases, featured titles; keep up with special events, book signings, performances, classes, and more; find a monologue; and much, much more!

Audio and Video services, with special rates for TRU readers! Taping, editing, CD/DVD burning and a whole slew of tech services at reasonable rates, in as convenient midtown location. Go All Digital, and hear samples of work at www.shereesano.com

Website for international artists... quite simply the largest and most well-researched database of international theatre festivals. It provides multi-faceted content on festivals to deepen audiences' understanding and appreciation of performances. See the world at www.KadmusArts.com

Check out Millrose Music! "For over twenty years Millrose Music has specialized in music recording, audio production and live cabaret recording. We’ve worked with many high profile performers, directors, composers, producers and companies over the years and are known for our no ego/no attitude disposition. It’s all about service." Get info at www.millrosemusic.com

Sewing Patterns and Guides for Historical Clothing and Costumes at https://www.lulus.com/blog/diy-2/sewing-patterns-and-guides-for-historical-clothing-and-costumes/

X-treme Art for the X-treme border-crosser... "the most original contemporary Latino arts site around." New cyber-art and performance projects, including the controversial “Chica-Iranian Project” ... details on how to apply to Summer Performance workshops in Oaxaca, Mexico... photo-portfolios, films and audio art, techno-poetica, and more… http://www.POCHANOSTRA.com

Free service to all filmmakers and production companies: post any current or future cast or crew calls at www.haydenfilms.com to gain additional world wide exposure to your audience. Crew Database is expanding each day with talented filmmakers throughout the world.

Photographer Ben Strothmann has been chronicling the events of Ars Nova, the King Kong Room, Makor, Town Hall, the West Bank Cafe ... his photos have appeared in the Daily News, Playbill, "The Leading Men", "Diva Talk", Broadway.com, Genre and Next Magazines. And he offers a TRU discount! Make your own snap judgment at www.benstrothmann.com

Sound designer and audio engineer whose site is host of the Theatre-sound Mailing List manufacturers links page (hundreds of links to manufacturers of sound equipment used in the theater), plus articles on audio related subjects ... Robert Auld at auldworks.com





Robin Rothstein has initiated and hosts a new podcast, "Balancing Acts: Surviving and Thriving in the Theater:" check it out at www.theroad101.wordpress.com

Listen to Hamilton Dramaturgy's TheatreNow! Podcast series on important American female theater artists at hamiltondramaturgy.wordpress.com

What’s going on out there? For an interesting blog posting on touring shows, go to theroad101.com

Scriptologist Blogs, the screenwriting magazine's blog network for aspiring filmmakers. The network gives talented filmmakers and screenwriters a suite of collaborative Web-authoring tools that can help them break into the film industry. Click here for the blog

Go where theater pros talk the talk ... click here to check out the Theatre Talk site and tune into the views and interviews.

Ken Davenport, producer of Altar Boyz and My First Time (and TRU mentor), writes a daily blog ... a great opportunity to ask questions about the industry and learn the inside scoop on producing theater and what happens behind the curtain. Visit TheProducersPerspective.com

Tune into the business at Podcast Everything Acting... In each episode you will hear tips and information from legitimate industry insiders: casting directors, agents, producers and directors will offer insights on pictures, resumes, auditions, reels, and what happens when you get the job. Get inspiration from real life audition stories – go to everythingactingpodcast.com

New kid on the blog: The Feminist Spectator ruminates on theatre, performance, film, and TV, focusing on gender, sexuality, race, other identities and overlaps, and our common humanity. It addresses how the arts shape and reflect our lives. Blog on at feministspectator.blogspot.com

Putting a little Pizzazz into the theater scene: TheaterPizzazz features Broadway, off Broadway Reviews and News, Film, Music, KidStuff, Celebrity Interviews and more. Read the latest news & reviews written by discerning professionals a www.TheaterPizzazz.com

We're a resource that helps passionate young artists get their start in makeup—we provide practical career guidance for aspiring makeup artists looking to work in film, theatre, and beauty, steps on how to get licensed, and an up-to-date database of all the makeup and beauty schools in every state and province. www.makeupartistessentials.com






Savvy site for actors ... Work smarter, not harder, and build your acting business with marketing, branding and business principles that guarantee success! Sign up for our FREE monthly newsletter full of insights, tips, and discounts on the business of acting. www.TheSavvyActor.com

Improve your skills in acting. DailyActor gives you free news, interviews & advice from working actors. Click here.

Actorscomfort Company is a popular bi-weekly newsletter providing free castings, career resources, tech tips, and NYC/LA affordable housing information to actors worldwide! Find comfort at www.actorscomfort.strikingly.com

New Apple Productions supports and promotes the visual and performing arts in NYC... produces and promotes members shows and offers classes in acting and singing at discount to members... www.newappleproductions.com

PerformerNation is an exciting, FREE monthly email newsletter. PerformerNation is read by over 15,000 active performers and other industry professionals (agents, managers, casting directors, etc.)! Every issue is packed with Performing Articles, Product Reviews, Career Tips-n-Hints, User Spotlights, Special Offers and much, much more! www.PerformerNation.com

Holdon Log, Performer Organizational Tools that help you log track and manage your career details in a simply yet effective manner! www.HoldonLog.com

The Field, a performing artists resource organization — some of the best creative and support programs around for individual artists! Take a field trip to www.thefield.org and find out how they can help you.

Want to learn "How to Make a Living on the Road"? Tired of chanting for success? How about Channing for success? Award winning performer Richard Skipper ("An Evening with Carol Channing") now offers one-on-one consultations and a series of workshops. Find out more at www.richardskipper.com

Focus on the business side of your career . . . one-on-one coaching service, The Actors' Enterprise includes consulting in marketing, business goals, and audition skills; check them out at www.theactorsenterprise.org

PerformerTrack: Log, Track and Manage your career details online so you can access them anytime, anywhere. From the makers of ActorTrack! www.PerformerTrack.com

Leave your Day job. Follow your Dreams. Find out how at Sean P Bennett's website

The award winning Simon Studio is celebrating their 25th anniversary of training and developing professional actors, writers, directors and producers. Find out how to join them at www.simonstudio.com

Coaching singers and non-singers in the art of the musical theatre audition ... 10% discount offered to TRU members! Beth Lane uses clairvoyant vision work, along with the brass tacks of technique, to make coaching with her a TRUly empowering experience: www.bethlane.com

Monologue/Audition instruction by Glenn Alterman, author of 15 best selling theater books, including "Creating Your Own Monologue" and most recently, "New York Actor-Making It In New York. Alterman has helped thousands win auditions."

Top UK/USA acting coach has been the main acting teacher at Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts since 1993 teaching Stanislawski technique combined with British discipline and fine attention to detail while working on text. Worked with Jon Voight, Matthew Modine and Courtney Love, works both sides of the Atlantic offering private coaching. Meet Dee Cannon at www.deecannon.com

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Publicity photography and why you can't afford to pass up this TRU discount! Ellis Gaskell's website addresses the opportunities of using photography for show publicity work vs. line art. TRU members get an extra $50 discount off: www.ellisgaskell.com

Life and career coach for artists, Sandra Daley enjoys working with men and women who want to redefine their lives and careers and are ready to take risks. For more info: www.sandradaley.com

Head's up for headshots: Meredith Collins has worked on both coasts and on both sides of the camera, so she understands the challenges of this business and what it takes to get a great headshot! Love your pix or we shoot again! Visit meredithcollinsphotography.com





The Smalls is a showcase for short films and music. The site aims to create an opportunity for filmmakers and musicians to get their work commissioned. Upload and watch short films. Network with the film industry. Check them out at www.thesmalls.com

Score big! There are a lot of places to get Broadway tickets. But there is only one place where you can get savings on every ticket, to all the best shows, every day. Browse and search for your favorite types of broadway and theater shows on scorebig, a ticketmaster affiliate.

Hunt down this Celebrity Autographs site. . . . Bid on authentic celebrity autographs from your favorite TV, movie, music and model idols at Autograph Store. Have a famous time at autographstore.com

Personal training for New Yorkers, TRU-ly discounted... workouts in homes, apartments, offices, and in gyms that allow trainers to visit. Achieve your weight loss, fitness, and nutritional goals by visiting kmjfitness.com. 10% Personal Training discount for TRU members.

Get down to the business of being funny, eh: Canadian standup comedians, live comic acts, and the funniest stage acts you've ever seen, at www.funnybusiness.ca

The Shakespeare in American Life website ... Check out the puzzles and mazes in "Just for Kids" and the "Familiar Faces" gallery in Stage & Screen. "Staging Shakespeare" audio clips are favorites. And lots more! Just go to www.shakespeareinamericanlife.org

Previews and reviews and a limited amount of news about theatre in Vancouver... photos, links, and an archive of all the shows reviewed since the site opened. Jerry Wasserman is an actor, Professor of English and Theatre at UBC, editor of Modern Canadian Plays... www.vancouverplays.com

Comprised of dramaturgs, literary managers, and other like-minded artists, Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA) is an international network dedicated to affirming the role of the dramaturg. Learn more at www.lmda.org

The Russian American Cultural Center (RACC) provides NYC with the foremost Russian Cultural events. From film screenings to large-scale art exhibitions, RACC represents the best of Russian culture and attracts people from all over the Tri-State area. Rush on over to www.russianamericanculture.com

In an extraordinary city, why would you want an ordinary tour guide? Don't just see New York...swallow it, savor it, soak it up ... but first take a tour of Jane Marx at www.nytourgoddess.com

Walk the streets of the Great White Way with music from the shows and behind-the-scenes stories from the stars themselves! This self-guided audio tour is fun for your out-of-town friends, or even for you ... read more about it at www.walkinbroadway.com

For a somewhat haphazard and pronouncedly idiosyncratic sharing of matters cultural, including film and theater reviews by TRU member Sue Horowitz, check out the pickings at www.culturevulture.net

Lodestar Quarterly, an online journal of the finest gay, lesbian, and queer literature ... currently featuring Vessels by TRU reader Kay Yaged (see link at bottom of left column) at http://www.lodestarquarterly.com/

Paint a happy childhood! Art is the best way to help stimulate a young mind. Find all the resources you need to help make that happen at www.bettertextures.com and www.arteducators.org