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by Alan M. Berks • Nov. 1

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To stop abuse and spam, we require you to login to MinnesotaPlaylist whenever you want to post anything. Registering a login on the website is always free.

But, to improve your life and ours, you should purchase a Supporting or Ensemble Membership.

It’s great deal. Check it out. For a small cost each year, you can take advantage of services you use, like yoga classes and massages; see more affordable theater; meet more people in the community at our monthly Happy Hours; and more.

Plus, we’re heard from significant artistic directors, producers, casting directors, freelance directors, and writers around the state that they love being able to search our talent list. "If only everyone were on there. . ." they tell us.

We want the employers to be able to find you, know you, and hire you easily. But no longer do you need to contemplate whether the potential of a job is worth your investment. Now you can just pay 35 bucks to get cheap tickets all over town and drink discounts, and let your talent profile take care of itself.

We’ll even do the initial input for you. Just email us your resume after you buy your membership. Easy. (People who currently have active profiles are already members.)

If you're shy, or tired, or just not very "talented," you're welcome to take advantage of membership anyway. No one will force you to post a talent profile.

Also, as an added, extra-special, I-can't-believe-there's-more bonus, we'll throw in these titanium steak knives. . . No, wait, that's not what I mean. . .

What I meant to say was. . .

The revenue we earn from these inexpensive services allows us to improve the features and arts coverage on this site. If 500 people join up, we can hire more part-time staff. If more than 1000 people join, that's close to full time arts coverage.

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