Learn more about the many programs and events described below available to the Greater Boston theatre community by visiting the links to the left.
Membership Exclusive access to weekly postings on auditions, free and discount tickets, jobs, classes, and more, plus your own Profile page accessed by producers and directors, and free and discount admission to events for the Greater Boston theatre community.
Theatre Lovers Become a StageSource Theatre Lover and receive a Circle of Friends 2-for-1 ticket discount card valid at 55 theatres throughout New England and one-year subscription of The StagePage.
Professional Development Programs designed to provide professional development and technical assistance to individuals and organizations.
The StageSource Job Fair Job seekers who work backstage and in administrative jobs with theatre, music, opera and production companies have the opportunity to interview for positions theatres throughout the region at this annual job expo.
Annual Auditions Over 50 directors, producers and casting agents from around the region see over 500 Equity and non-Equity actors at the StageSource Annual Auditions in June.
Boston Theatre Conference A biennial convening of hundreds of actors, directors, designers, playwrights, production and administrative personnel and theatre enthusiasts from the region convene on issues facing Boston area theatre.
Press Openings Track Press Night openings throughout the Greater Boston theatre community
StagePage The StagePage is a quarterly calendar of theatre events and performances in New England.
Education Initiative StageSource presents scholarships to college/university students in their junior year and to graduating high school students with a demonstrated commitment and interest in theatre. In addition, we offer the panel series “Careers in Theatre: Yes, They Exist” at local college and university theatre programs which exposes students to successful theatre artists working in Greater Boston
TAMA Theatre Arts Marketing Alliance is a convening of marketing professionals in Boston theatre. TAMA meets approximately every 6 weeks to discuss best practices, marketing strategies, and the state of arts marketing and public relations for StageSource members. Marketers from the small/fringe, mid-size and LORT theatres attend regularly.
IRNE Awards The IRNE Awards are presented annually by the Independent Reviewers of New England to recognize the extraordinary wealth of talent in the Boston theatre community.