Auditioning for the Musical Theatre
Proven tactics and techniques from a leading New York vocal coach on how to "act" a song, choose the right material, and handle a callback; what to wear; how to use eye contact, select a voice teacher, and vocal coach; and more. Includes 130 excellent yet unusual audition songs for all types of situations and performers, including juveniles and dancers.
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