Stagelighter.com, the fastest growing resource network for performers, connects to top Broadway professionals to help further careers. Stagelighter.com is the premiere online resource which lets actors from around the world get personal feedback and advice from leading Broadway professionals. Performers simply upload a song or monologue video, choose a coach to get feedback from and then receive personal video and written feedback within two weeks. Getting feedback on Stagelighter starts as low as $29 and there are no membership fees.

Stagelighter coaches include Victoria Clark (performer/director, Tony Award for Best Leading Actress The Light in the Piazza), Rebecca Luker (3-time Tony Award nominee), Michael McElroy (Grammy and Tony Award nominee), Shoshana Bean (performer Wicked), Christiane Noll(performer Ragtime), Kyle Dean Massey (performer Wicked, Next to Normal), Telly Leung (performer Godspell, Rent), top Broadway casting directors (Rachel Hoffman of Telsey + Company), agents (Jim Daly of Bloc NYC) and more.

High school performing arts students can connect with faculty from the nation’s top college theater programs, such as Mana Allen of CAP21, Kaitlin Hopkins of Texas State University and Aubrey Berg of CCM.

Stagelighter co-founder Tadzio Smith is “excited to be offering a platform to aspiring performers enabling them to meet the most established professionals in the industry and learn from their expertise’.

Stagelighter coach Ted Sperling who won a Tony and Drama Desk Award for the orchestrations of The Light in the Piazza in 2005, thinks that offering advice “is something you do naturally as a music director and director. I’ve seen literally thousands of auditions over the years and I very much enjoy helping people discover new aspects of approaching their material.”

Stagelighter coach Tiffany Little Canfield, casting director of the upcoming feature film Into the Woods, remembers “being a drama student in California and the idea of being in a region studying and having access to the NY industry would have been very, very appealing to me”.

Learn about Stagelighter:
Introducing Stagelighter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HKcU76nfvI

What is Stagelighter?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SjQ7Z1rwD0

How Stagelighter Works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAkFZGxnAV0

For more information, please visit www.stagelighter.com.