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You’ve heard us talking about it all summer, and we’re finally ready to show you what we’ve been working on. I’m proud to announce that is moving to its new home on the Backstage Community.

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We know this will really help to improve things here at Audition Update, and we want to thank you - the community - for being here with us through the whole process.

– The Backstage Community Team

Gig&Tell: Yale Repertory Theatre

  • Yale Repertory Theatre    
    07/05/2018  3:33pm

    You would be very fortunate to work at Yale Repertory Theatre. I did a play there last year, and it was a wonderful experience. My show was directed by James Bundy, the Artistic Director and Dean of Yale School of Drama. The Company Manager, Al Heartley, is a delight. Everyone there goes above and beyond to make sure the actors are happy and comfortable. The housing is wonderful. I enjoyed working with the students at YSD. If you are offered a contract there, say "Yes." You'll be so glad you did.