For graduating music theatre majors, the question looms: “What’s next?”… Read More Congrats, You Graduated! Now What?!
Working on a new musical demands a precise set of skills. Here’s what you need to work on to be ready.… Read More How to Get Hired for New Musicals
We were curious to find out how this gay-themed musical set in New York City found it’s way to Gwinnett County, Georgia. … Read More Supporting New Musicals – “Men With Money” at Aurora Theatre
So you finished all your college auditions. Congratulations! But now, what’s next? … Read More You Finished Your College Auditions: What’s Next?!
This past weekend I got to sit in on Unifieds. Below are some of my thoughts about the pros and cons about the unified audition process.… Read More Unifieds: Pros and Cons
Composer and Voice Teacher David Sisco talks about how to write responsibly for the voice in musical theatre.… Read More Writing for Today’s Musical Theatre Performer
It’s been a little over a year since I stepped down from my post as a voice teacher at a competitive musical theatre program. Since then, I have been reflecting on why I really left and whether or not I would take on a long-term position at a college or university again. I’ve decided to… Read More Why I Left Academia