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  1. Career Opportunities in Theater and the Performing Arts (Career Opportunities (Paperback)) by Shelly Field, 1993-03
  2. Opportunities in Performing Arts Careers by Bonnie Bekken, 2000-09-01
  3. Resumes for Performing Arts Careers (Professional Resumes Series) by Editors of VGM Career Books, 2004-03-18
  4. Great Careers for People Interested in the Performing Arts (Career Connections) by Gillian Bartlett, 1994-08
  5. Performing Arts (Ferguson Career Launcher) by Celia Watson Seupel, 2010-07
  6. Managing Your Career in Theater and the Performing Arts (Ferguson Career Coach) by Shelly Field, 2008-03-31
  7. Performing Arts Uncovered (Careers Uncovered)
  8. Opportunities in Performing Arts Careers (Opportunities Inseries) by Bonnie Bjorguine Bekken, 1991-01
  9. Beyond Talent by Andrea Uselman, 2009-02-26
  10. Opportunities in Performing Arts Careers by Bonnie Bjorguine Bekken, 2008-06-26
  11. Performing Arts Career Directory: A Practical, One-Stop Guide to Getting a Job in Performing Arts (Career Advisor Series) by Bradley J. Morgan, 1994-03
  12. Performing Arts (Ferguson's Careers in Focus)
  13. UK Guide to Performing Arts 2007: For Training and Careers in the Performing Arts
  14. Performing Arts (Discovering Careers for Your Future)

Webography Performing Arts P ERFORMING ARTS G ENERAL I NFORMATION Artsnet at Carnegie Mellon Career services, information, arts management resources, web sites ArtsEdge http

2. Performing Arts Career Guides And Web Resources
Musicians and Related Careers Musicians and Singers Performers Performing Arts Administrator Performing Arts Careers Performing Arts Career Profiles
INFORMATION CENTER Performing Arts Career Guide Explore careers in the Performing Arts with the following links to job descriptions, which include information such as daily activities, skill requirements, salary and training required. To learn more about Performing Arts, follow the related links below the career descriptions section. Home Careers Skills Schools ... About Performing Arts Career Descriptions Actor
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Guide to Performing Arts

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3. Professional Comedian Career Information : Professional Comedian's Hardest Day (
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4. Canadian College Of Performing Arts (CCPA)
Offers training in a variety of skills which will prepare students for careers in the performance arts. Provides details of its programs and faculty, events, admission and audition information.
2010-2011 Season Launch Announcements CCPA is proud to begin its partnership with Culture Vulture Victoria . They will work with us to support burgeoning young Canadian artists! Check out their feature on Duncan Stewart, CCPA Grad and Casting Director for Chicago and La Cage Aux Folles on Broadway. Blood Brothers Coming Soon The Canadian College of Performing Arts A centre of excellence in performing arts training The Canadian College of Performing Arts offers quality training in a broad spectrum of skills which will prepare the students for careers in the performance arts locally, nationally or internationally. The College provides a stimulating, positive and constructive environment where students are encouraged to develop high standards of work ethics and conduct which will serve them in any field of endeavour in the future. Le Canadian College of Performing Arts Multidisciplinary training
Therefore at CCPA:
  • The actor acquires physical agility through dance, as well as vocal versatility through singing and speech The singer learns movement and acting skills to expand their range of roles and their ability to command the stage The dancer develops acting and vocal skills to add versatility and longevity to their career.

5. Exploring Careers: Performing Arts, Design, And Communications Occupations @ U.V
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6. Career Discovery
Interviews blend with onthe-job footage for a depiction of eight careers Performing arts theater manager; Writer/Director; Stage electrician; Drafter

7. Careers, Performing Arts, University Of Otago
Performing Arts Studies is a programme for students who wish to pursue learning across a range of performancebased disciplines such as dance, drama, music, design and media.
Careers in Performing Arts
These pathways are described on the following pages. We sometimes think of Performing Arts as a decoration, something not essential. In fact they lie at the heart of human self-awareness, and individual and social identity. They stimulate imagination and innovation. They keep us in touch with our past and our traditions. No other subject area does so much. It is often said that Performing Arts won't give you a career, or a way to earn any money. But there are many ways in which Performing Arts Studies can help you build a career as well as a life. Here are some of the pathways we have identified. Perhaps one of them fits with your aspirations.
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8. Steven A. Beebe : Training And Development: Enhancing Communication And Leadersh
Steven A. Beebe Training and Development Enhancing Communication and Leadership Skills?
Steven A. Beebe : Training and Development: Enhancing Communication and Leadership Skills
Author: Steven A. Beebe Title: Training and Development: Enhancing Communication and Leadership Skills Moochable copies: No copies available Amazon suggests: The Consultant's Craft: Improving Organizational Communicatio Transferring Learning to Behavior: Using the Four Levels to I Making Presentations (DK Essential Managers) Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher (Jossey Bass Higher Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An Integrated Appr Topics: Entertainment Performing Arts Theater Published in: English Binding: Paperback Pages: Date: ISBN: Publisher: Weight: 1.5 pounds Size: 7.01 x 9.13 x 0.94 inches Edition: Amazon prices: used new Amazon URL: WISHLIST ADD >


9. Performing Arts :: WetFeet
Careers and Industries Careers Performing Arts Performing Arts Overview. JLo. Heath Ledger. Bono. 50 Cent
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    J-Lo. Heath Ledger. Bono. 50 Cent. Alicia Keys. Jerry Seinfeld. Clint Black. Mikhail Baryshnikov. Jennifer Aniston. It may seem like a diverse list, but all these folks have at least one thing in common: They’re performing artists. Because of the fame and fortune accorded those who succeed in Hollywood, on TV, in theater, and in concert halls, untold millions are drawn toward careers in the performing arts. Very few succeed financially (the notion of the "starving artist" is well founded). Only those with determination, talent, discipline, and luck manage to find careers in the performing arts in which they can support themselves.
    Behind the Music and biographies of film and TV stars on cable TV, and you may think you have a pretty good idea of what being a musician, actor, or other type of performer involves. What you may not realize, though, is that much of what you see on those programs is not necessarily part of the story for most performing artists. The spiral into drug and alcohol abuse, the knock-down, drag-out arguments on the set or in the recording studio, the tragic loss of the original bass player in the tour-bus explosion—none of these things is part of the formal job description for performing artists. Rather, performers who succeed on the world stage spend years laboring to learn the nuances of their medium of expression. For actors, for instance, the work involves mastering the ability to seem to be people other than themselves, via skills such as vocal dexterity and control over their physical actions.

    10. Careers In Song And Dance - Lesson Plan Library
    Careers Performing Arts http//; Performing Arts Career Guide http//
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    Careers in Song and Dance

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    • Identify different careers in music and dance. Create a job posting for one career, including responsibilities, requirements, salary range, and career outlook. Demonstrate knowledge of the necessary education and experience required for specific careers in dance and music.
    • Careers in Performing Arts I, Song and Dance , video Computer with Internet access
  • Ask students to name the careers featured in the video, and make two lists on the board, one each for music and dance. Then ask students to brainstorm other careers involving music and dance. Here are some examples:
    • Music
        Music performer Composer Lyricist Songwriter Music teacher Music publisher Music producer (record producer) Studio manager Music engineer / sound technician Music critic Orchestra musician Music historian Conductor Music therapist Music lawyer Instrument repairperson Disc jockey (DJ) Tour manager
        Music store manager Dance
          Dancer (ballet, modern, jazz)
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    13. Dance Therapist - Creative Way
    Dance movement therapists use dance and movement to help improve people's emotional wellbeing, relieve stress and improve confidence. Their clients could include children or adults
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      Dance Therapist
      Dance movement therapists use dance and movement to help improve people's emotional wellbeing, relieve stress and improve confidence. Their clients could include children or adults with disabilities, emotional or behavioural problems, speech and language difficulties, mental illness or recovering from addictions. They work closely with other health care professionals such as nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists and speech and language therapists.
      Typical activities
      Dance movement therapists do not teach dance but encourage clients to try and use their bodies to explore movement and communicate through dance, to help them: express themselves; develop insight and create ways of relating to other people; become aware of their feelings; interact with other people more confidently; and bring about positive changes in their lives. Therapy sessions could be in a group or on a one to one basis. Both therapist and clients take an active part in sessions, by moving and improvising together.
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      A newly qualified dance movement therapist can earn around £23,000 a year.

    14. Careers: Tisch School Of The Arts At NYU
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    15. Producer - Creative Way
    A theatre producer decides what the production will be, arranges the finance for it, and assembles a creative team (director, cast, technicians and administrative staff).
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      A theatre producer decides what the production will be, arranges the finance for it, and assembles a creative team (director, cast, technicians and administrative staff). In commercial theatre, the producer aims to make enough profit to finance the run of the show, and pay the performers, production staff and themselves. In subsidised theatre, producers are known as production managers and have to work within, and control, a given budget.
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      During the run of the show, the role of the producer will involve: supporting the production; liaising with everyone involved in the production; finding solutions to problems that occur along the way; controlling the budget; and making sure that the company works well as a team. If the production is going on tour, the producer also books the venues in advance, and arranges transport and publicity for the show.
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      Starting salaries are around £15,000 to £20,000 a year. With experience, salaries can reach £40,000 a year or more, depending on your track record and the budget available. Minimum rates for producers are set by Equity , the performers' and entertainment workers' trade union.

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    17. Performing Arts - Creative Way
    The performing arts sector covers theatre, musical theatre, dance, opera, puppetry, mime, carnival, street and circus arts as well as all the support functions and roles which

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    19. Performing Arts (summary) - Career Services Rapuara
    People working in performing arts may perform and present events, such as plays or concerts, to entertain or inform an audience plan, direct or produce performances

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