Hey everyone this is my first time making a website or performance reel.
I'm hoping to submit these to some agents based in NY for some theatre/musical theatre representation.
Please let me know what you think? THANKS SO MUCH!
It Brittany Spears can get through 2007, I can get through today.
You've got a great, marketable look and the website is serviceable.
Your resume formatting needs work - the text doesn't line up and it's all over the place it looks sloppy.
On your resume page, the photo that loads has your photographer's copyright statement across your face - get rid of that.
Your reel should be performance footage - so the opening song of "Let It Be" and the stuff from "Parade" ...is clearly in a rehearsal studio is not performance footage, and does not belong on a reel.
If someone asks you if you have additional stuff on audio or video, because they are already interested, I could see sending those as supporting footage, but I wouldn't advertise it as a reel on your website or use it in what you send to agents.
You don't need to say you're a Singer - Actor - Dancer on everything. When people see your resume, they will assume you are. People have different opinions about this - so it's up to you, but I think it's overkill. Also, you change the order on your reel and say you're an Actor/Singer/Dancer. Again, it's personal preference, but I think you should just let the resume credits do the talking.
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