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Category Archives: Musical Theater/Theater
Monologue A monologue is a “long speech given by a character in a story, movie, play, etc., or by a performer”. It should have a precise beginning and ending, with an interest provoking interior. It should show off your acting ability … Continue reading
Need an acting resume for an audition and don’t have one? The YeahBuddy! team can help! Intro The purpose of the acting resume is for directors and casting directors to have an overview of your experience. They want to see … Continue reading
How to Find Your Vocal Range First of all, why would you want to find your vocal range? A few reasons. When looking at songs and determining if it needs to be transposed so you can sing it, knowing your vocal range … Continue reading
DIALECT EXERCISES British Father passed down the primrose path. The a’s in this sentence sound more like ‘ah’. He did not know he possessed the old and holy stone. Make your mouth into a circle to annunciate the ‘o’ in … Continue reading
This is an aid to the blog post Preparing Yourself for an Audition!. Visit that post to learn about the process of choosing a song. Remember, the song you choose should be appropriate for your age and gender. It should also … Continue reading
Interested in auditioning for a musical theater show? Don’t know how to pick out a 16-32 bar audition song? We’re here to help! To find audition songs, you can look at some shows from musical theater or go over lists … Continue reading
For those of you yearning to be on a big stage, here’s a video of the brand new musical “Secondhand Lions” now performing at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Washington. The 5th Avenue Theatre is the largest theater in … Continue reading