The End of an Era

Who doesn’t love familiarity? It is easy to relax into the every day rhythms of our lives. There is safety in the expected. There is calm.

Well, prepare to have your socks rocked because some big changes are coming to WEPG.

If you’re on our mailing list then you’ve become accustomed to receiving lovingly crafted and dutifully delivered postcards for each and every one of our fantastic shows, along with a brochure at the beginning of the year that heralded the start of a new season at West End Players Guild.

If you received the brochure for the 105th season in July, you may want to hold onto it since it may be a collector’s item one day. That mailing is the last you’ll receive from us.

Not to worry, we’re not breaking up with you; we’ve just entered the 21st century. WEPG HAS GONE DIGITAL!

There are various ways that you can stay connected to us:

First, subscribe to our email list. This is the absolute best way to make sure you don’t miss a single performance, fundraiser, or audition.

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Second, like us on Facebook. Our Facebook page is filled with fun facts, videos, images and all the good stuff you want to see on your newsfeed.

Third, visit this website regularly.

It’s all so easy!

See, change can be a good thing.

Now Hiring: Social Media Intern (Paid)

West End Players Guild is seeking a Social Media/Marketing Intern for its 2015-2016 season (now through April 22, 2016).This extremely flexible opportunity includes behind-the-scenes access to this historic St. Louis theatre company, guidance from marketing and public relations professionals, and money!

West End Players Guild is…
– One of the city’s oldest theatre traditions (the first show was in 1911)
– A non-profit organization (looks great on a resume)
– A professional non-Equity theatre company
– The city’s only underground theatre. Literally. The shows are performed on the stage of the Union Avenue Church.

You are…
– Looking to earn a little money with a second internship.
– A go-getter with experience in social media (Instagram, Vine, Facebook, SnapChat, Twitter, Tumblr, Periscope, HootSuite, etc.)
– The owner of a desktop computer or laptop with a functioning Internet connection.
– Able to attend select rehearsals and performances to live post.
– Interested in or have experience in live theatre.
– Generally cheerful and easily accessible via text/cellphone/email.

Responsibilities include…
– Social media planning and engagement
– Coordinating e-blast, collateral and press release distribution
– Conducting artist/production team interviews
– Assisting with front of house and production-related needs

This opportunity has flexible hours (5-15 a month). Those interested should email a resume and interest letter to Beth Davis: bdavisacts (at) gmail (dot) com