Hey Eric, a few thoughts about your reel...
First, it is way to long. Like 4 minutes too long. There is some nice stuff in there but nobody (not even your mom) will watch 5 minutes of your work, not with any real focus. I love steadicam and it pays my mortgage but I can't even stay focused on your reel (or my reel or anybody's reel for more than a few minutes). The reason this matters is that directors and DP's that might hire you can not and will not focus on it that long either. Much past a minute they are thinking about what they want for lunch. And then they might miss some of your better shots. For context, I've been doing steadicam for 16 years and my just re-edited reel is about 90 seconds long. Jimmy Muro (arguably one of the best steadicam operators ever) has a reel on youtube (you can still watch it) that is just over 3 minutes. Keep in mind he leads with Titanic, Heat, Dances with Wolves and Terminator.
Second, unless you are looking to do corporate video (which I'm not knocking, just assuming you aspire to do features or television) you should get rid of pretty much all of the crowd and stage stuff.
Third, don't repeat shots from the same job. While Muro does it a few times, remember he's using multiple shots from Titanic. The same actor and the same set stands out and screams "I havn't done many jobs so I'm using a lot of shots from the stuff I have worked on".
Finally, no need to put hand held shots in a steadicam operators reel.
Hope that didn't come off too harsh, just trying to help. If you re-edit and bring it down to around 2 minutes I'd be happy to re-review it for you.