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The Maryland Theatre Guide is your ticket to the performing arts!  MD Theatre Guide launched on June 1, 2011.

MD Theatre Guide’s mission is to provide reviews and articles that are fair and honest, thorough, and family friendly.

READ article about MD Theatre Guide’s review philosophy.

Title Performing Arts Critic
Salary Press Tickets for Shows. No monetary compensation.
Location Maryland/DC/NOVA
Job Information Do you have a background in, or an appreciation for theatre, music, or dance? Are you a good writer who is able to meet deadlines?

The MD Theatre Guide (www.mdtheatreguide.com) is seeking performing arts critics to review theatre, music, and dance; both community and professional for the Maryland/DC/NOVA area.  If interested, you may also write articles and interviews pertaining to the performing arts.

We want reviews that are fair and honest, thorough, and family friendly. We also want reviews that are not snarky or mean-spirited.

All writers are required to enter their reviews using WordPress.

VIDEO: “Theatre Guide Reviewers” Song.  Music, Guitar, Vocals by Douglas Haines.  Lyrics by Mark Beachy.  Produced and Edited by Mark Beachy.

About the song

This song is a tribute to the reviewers at the PA Theatre Guide who put a lot of thought into writing their reviews.

“Theatre Guide Reviewers” Song

Verse 1: The house lights dim. The curtains open.  You watch a show.

How did it go?  The Theatre Guide readers want to know.

Chorus: You can make a difference if you write about your thoughts,

On how the show made you feel.  How did it come across?

A critic’s job is to report on what they see and hear.

Is this a must see show that readers should attend this year?

Verse2: With pen in hand. Write your review.  Let your thoughts flow.

How did it go? The Theatre Guide readers want to know.

Chorus: You can make a difference if you write about your thoughts,

On how the show made you feel.  How did it come across?

A critic’s job is to report on what they see and hear.

Is this a must see show that readers should attend this year?

Verse 1: The house lights dim. The curtains open.  You watch a show.

How did it go?  The Theatre Guide readers want to know.

Ending: The Theatre Guide readers want to know.

The Theatre Guide readers want to know.

VIDEO: Santita Dwi Putri examines what qualifications it takes to become a theatre critic. Here she interviews MD Theatre Guide writer Rebecca Wyrick.

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