Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Shoutout to Alums!
In short, the world is a PACtor's oyster. A good way to keep this in mind is to reconnect with fellow actors from your class, or even from other Conservatory classes. Sometimes losing the small, tightly-knit (some would say crocheted) community of your class after graduation can be a swift kick to the support system. But the reality is, we're all in this big world of professional theater together - and the good news is that the world is not really that big.
Need a good talk with Beth? Or just to vent about an audition with someone who understands? Want to celebrate getting the role, or seeing yourself on the small screen? I promise you, there's a fellow alum out there who wants to do it with you, and that Beth would love to hear from you.
Ways to Connect
You can start right here by commenting on this post. Or you can write your OWN darn post by emailing here: email@example.com. It'll go into drafts and then I publish it, easy peasy.
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pdxactorsconservatory
Twitter - Follow us at @pdxconservatory or go to https://twitter.com/pdxconservatory
Email List - http://eepurl.com/cTMS - Make sure to check "Alumni News" under your interest areas for targeted alum-specific updates!
We're planning to do more Alumni Meetups like the one at Aura Restaurant and Lounge on Aug. 26, where PAC's first-ever alumni theater troupe will be sharing some info on their Fall show and I'll be giving you a heads up on some new programs for alums and prospective students this year. Want to get involved in the next gen of PACtors? Or just see some familiar faces? Come on down and chow some complimentary appetizers on us!
Lastly, who am I and what in the world do these silly videos have to do with PAC alums? I'm the new marketing coordinator, silly! If you haven't met me yet, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what you're up to. I love hearing from you guys! And the videos - just keeping you entertained, and reminding you that all the world's a stage, my friends.