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May 19, 2016

 

Hello, families!  Right now is both our favorite and least favorite time of year - the last weeks of the semester means the thrill of performance time, but also the parting of classes and casts that we’ve grown to love, and who have grown to love each other. It’s bitt...

Your young performer has auditioned for a show. They have learned the audition material. They practically sing the audition song in their sleep. In fact, you’ve probably heard it so much you feel ready to audition for the part. But when the cast list comes out and they...

February 22, 2016

 

It’s that time again! Casting time! The time when everyone works their butt off to prepare for the audition, come in, give a great audition and then wait for the cast list to be posted. It’s a stark realization that with every cast list I post, I have 3 happy students...

January 23, 2016

This is a phrase I have grown up with since I began my theatre career at the age of 7. We were taught to let go of what was going on around us and remain focused on the job: to transport our audiences to a different place.

 

There have many times that either I or my coll...

January 15, 2016

The lines are learned, the dances are done, the songs are ready, and the costumes are stitched and you might be thinking what more could there be to get ready?

 

Growing up as a child in theatre, everything seemed so magical from the magic of the show finally coming toge...

May 18, 2014

For anyone who has worked in or around musical theatre knows that when you perform anything from Stephen Sondheim that you are about to journey into a intricate world of lyrics and sophisticated harmonies.

 

Many people thought that I was crazy to even think about doing...

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