David talks about the musical HAIR and how it remains a contemporary musical 50 years later.… Read More Looking Back to Look Forward
David discusses the importance of teaching how to find authenticity in a singer’s voice and choosing repertoire that fits them.… Read More Who Am I Anyway?
The last several weeks, we’ve been sharing advice on preparing for college musical theatre auditions. It’s an exciting time, but there’s also so much to know. We want to help, which is why we wrote a book about it: “Mastering College Musical Theatre Auditions”, which is now available for sale on amazon.com. Here are the… Read More College Audition Season: How Do I Choose Material?
“Where should I audition?” There are literally hundreds of musical theatre programs in the United States and internationally. … Read More College Audition Season: Where Should I Audition?
by Timothy Huang Writing musicals can be a lonely, hilarious, cringe-worthy, awesome, depressing, exhilarating thing. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of knowing you’ve written the next “Take Me Or Leave Me”, only to have colleagues in your workshop take it, stomp all over it, then leave it twitching in the streets awaiting EMS. But… Read More 7 Notes for Writers, from 3 Directors of Note
An interview with Musical Theatre Today’s Lucas Tahiryzzan Syed and Ben Van Buren.… Read More Interview: Musical Theatre Today
In 10 chapters, this book outlines the major questions students need to ask themselves in preparing for college musical theatre auditions.… Read More Mastering College Musical Theatre Auditions (A Preview)