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Talkback Tuesday with Sarah Klocke!

And we are back — enjoy this interview with student Sarah Klocke who is currently understudying at Walnut Street Theatre with Legally Blonde! Tell me about yourself.  I grew up in Delaware where I started dancing at the age of 3. I recently graduated from the University of the Arts with a BFA in dance. …

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Trying to audition and perform during allergy season?

And just like that it seems like everyone everywhere is sniffling, or fighting some sort of cough.When you are waiting to audition/about to perform — what do you do to combat any extra mucus that is hanging on for dear life? Here are some tips that we share in the studio: Get plenty of rest, …

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It’s Take Care Of Yourself Month!

It’s finally Fall! And with the change in temperature, sometimes can become change in health. Here are some general tips and thoughts that we share in the studio: Layer up! There is a reason you always see singers with scarfs around their necks, layers and warm clothing keep the body warm! (It’s also a nice …

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Which Musical Theatre Program Is Right For You?

Several students in my studio are currently in the process of preparing for their collegiate auditions for BFA programs across the country. Are you trying to find the best program for you? MajoringinMusic.com wrote a short blog post talking about several things to look for in a program. Playbill just released their Top 10 Schools …

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Career Strategies for the Musical Theatre Performer

With Michael Mastro and Frank Schiro Broadway veteran Michael Mastro and coach to Broadway stars Frank Schiro share valuable insights from a combined 50+ years in show business focused on not only “doing the work” but getting noticed, considered, and hired. This is a rare chance to receive feedback from two individuals for a fraction …