Broadway’s Be More Chill hasn’t just used social media to create a strong online community. The show harnessed the power of social media to bring it to Broadway. Here’s how.
Having a backup plan comes in handy for more than just when you get sick and have to call your understudy. It’s important for any performing artist to also have backup plans when you are marketing yourself on social media as well. Think of them as the understudies for your social media.
Here we’ll break down four key steps to make sure that you’re ready when you are faced with the unexpected.
A major frustration for many people in the performing arts is not having enough followers on their Instagram account. But there are a few ways that you can make sure that when people do find you, they take a look at your account and tap that follow button. Here are 5 things every actor’s Instagram profile needs.
It’s the question every brand that’s actively using social media is asking: How do we boost likes, comments, shares and overall engagement? If only the answer was simple. In reality, it’s one of the most complex. In 2019, especially for actors and theatre people, your social media presence is your new headshot. What you post can have a direct correlation to the jobs you book.
Some people start a new year with a resolution. Other create SMART goals. Chris Brogan starts a new year with 3 words. I’ve done it for the past three years and find this practice very helpful in staying on track. Here you’ll find what this practice is, the three words I’ve chosen for Downstage Media, and how to create your own.
Just found out you’re going to be a guest on our Instagram Live show, What I Learned This Week? We want to make it as easy for you as possible. Here is a basic timeline that you can use to tell people who come to your website, who are on your email list, and who follow you on social media all about your upcoming show.