We are used to golden age musicals being re-imagined, but the success of Murder for Two got me thinking about how new musicals get re-imagined. … Read More Supporting New Musicals: Murder for Two at Cape Fear Regional Theatre
In the last month or so, we have had the pleasure of getting to know Jean-Paul Yovanoff, the founder and artistic director of Musical Theatre Radio. He recently interviewed us on his cool podcast (you can listen to it here). Incredibly charming and inventive, Jean-Paul has combined his knowledge and many skills to create a… Read More Interview: Musical Theatre Radio’s Jean-Paul Yovanoff
Many of my clients have a hate/loathe relationship with their audition book. Either they’re burned out on performing the songs in their well-worn binder, or they have a book of songs that don’t represent their current abilities. They usually have no clue how to start putting together a book that will excite them (and the… Read More How to Build Your Book
This week, our beloved colleague Sheri Sanders publicly launched the Rock the Audition Coalition. This collective provides town halls for diverse performers to share their stories. In addition, RTAC offers growth opportunities for under-represented performers by connecting them to a cooperative of supportive teachers and industry professionals. I want to share my own personal views… Read More Celebrating Diversity in Today’s Musical Theatre
In our effort to keep our finger on the pulse of that change, we’ll be following four high school seniors from around the country who are auditioning for college musical theatre programs this season.… Read More College Auditions: The Student Perspective, Part I
How did this gay-themed musical by Korell & Keebler find its way to Raleigh. NC?… Read More Supporting New Musicals – “Gay Card” at NRACT
For graduating music theatre majors, the question looms: “What’s next?”… Read More Congrats, You Graduated! Now What?!