In the performing arts, one size does not fit all. That's why we designed unique profile types for educators, managers, and artistic administrators to unite the ecosystem in one digital location. Finally, industry news doesn't have to be chaotically distributed across Instagram, Facebook, individual websites, and LinkedIn.
Highlight the dynamic work that tells your story best.
Universal, but specific. Highlight media and accomplishments essential to your professional narrative. Augment traditional bullet points of "job experience" by highlighting the projects that show your skill set as a dynamic professional in a creative industry.
Mitigate email chains, shared links, texted recordings, broken URLs, digging for email addresses, and other fragmented, repetitive methods of professional communication. Easily share profiles and send messages on Stagetime.
Share information with anyone in your network in a linear way.
Stay effortlessly connected to your industry.
List your roster on your profile and appear on your artists' profiles for seamless digital representation. A news ticker specific to your roster allows visitors a snapshot of the great work you and your artists are doing together — without having to send updates via multiple platforms to reach your industry.
Consume media-rich industry news, information, and profiles.
Interact with profiles and feeds designed to celebrate the work that is the very mission of your organization: creative content.
Jonathan Bryan: Washington National Opera debut
Terrence Chin-Loy: Arizona Opera Young Artist
Kellie Motter connected with Kevin Murphy
Cadie Jordan uploaded a new video
Kevin Murphy In Recital at Carnegie Hall
Tislam Swift: New York Times review
Ben Bliss: Chicago Tribune review
Gretchen Krupp: MONC Grand Finalist
Use Stagetime to
Build your professional brand
by leading with what makes your story unique — your art. Profiles are driven by video and audio.
Stay effortlessly connected to your network.
who make up your Stagetime network. They're your past, current and future colleagues and connections, castmates and administrators. And everyone's collaborator network is different-- it's what you make of it, whether you enjoy a large circle or a tight-knit crew.