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The ABC’s of Vocal Health

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Sometimes our voice does not work the way we want it to. It will feel tired, hoarse, be lower in pitch than normal, or have a different quality. There are several reasons this can happen. One common issue is reflux. Reflux occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter and upper esophageal sphincter are too relaxed. This […]

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The ABC’s of Vocal Health

randy_buescher

Sometimes our voice does not work the way we want it to. It will feel tired, hoarse, be lower in pitch than normal, or have a different quality. There are several reasons this can happen. One common issue is reflux. Reflux occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter and upper esophageal sphincter are too relaxed. This […]

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Tips for a Successful Musical Theatre Audition: Part II

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In Part I of this topic, we covered some ideas about how to maximize your chances of success in a musical theatre audition. Today, we’re going to pick up where we left off and share even more tips. Let’s get to it! 5. Know how to choose a song. Sometimes, an audition notice will specify […]

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Tips for a Successful Musical Theatre Audition: Part I

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Whether you’re a fledgling actor just starting out at the beginning of your career, or a seasoned pro with decades of experience under your belt, it’s natural for auditions to carry with them a certain amount of stress. Waiting rooms, competition, first impressions, jitters, monologues, uncertainty, audition partners, sweaty palms, cold reads . . . […]

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