Since the Theater biz is so up and down, most TheaterMakers do something on the side to make some bucks.
Some sell real estate. Some coach budding performers. Some make websites. And so on.
Nowadays, since the Theater biz is so down and DOWN, those side hustles, day jobs, survival gigs are more important than ever. Especially since the $600 supplement got lost somewhere in Washington, DC. (As I wrote about here, we could be facing an artistic-exodus if TheaterMakers can’t pay their bills.)
Since Congress hasn’t come up with a way to stimulate the TheaterMaker economy, we’re forced with only one solution.
That solution is always the best one, however.
We’re going to have to solve this ourselves.
We hire each other.
See, while my business has taken a big ol’ hit (like everyone else in the theater space), we still have little jobs we need done here and there. And we’ve made a commitment to hire out-of-work TheaterMakers to do them.
But more importantly, I also know a lot of other people who hire people. And I thought I could tell them all about you.
But I need to know more about you TheaterMakers with side hustles.
So if you’re a web designer, Photoshop expert, real estate broker, tarot card reader, Etsy store seller or whatever, let me know. We may hire you ourselves, but we’ll definitely recommend you to others
And if any of you are looking to hire folks, let me know, as I’m going to have quite the list.
And hiring a TheaterMaker is one of the best ways to support the arts . . . because your money goes straight to the artist.
And it may help them continue to do what they love to do . . . entertain you.
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