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How to Sing While Breaking a Sweat: Tips for Triple Threats

John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, and Catherine Zeta-Jones are just a few of the Hollywood celebrities known for being "triple threats"--skilled in singing, dancing, and acting. Here, Corona, CA teacher Milton J. shares his tips for reaching their superstar status...   So you've decided to take vocal lessons to learn how to sing better, but the buck doesn't just stop there for your own ambitions. You have your eyes set on the stage and the screen, and you won’t stop until you're there. … Read More
How to Sing While Breaking a Sweat: Tips for Triple Threats
John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, and Catherine Zeta-Jones are just a few of the Hollywood celebrities known for being "triple threats"--skilled in singing, dancing, and acting. Here, Corona, CA teacher Milton J. shares his tips for reaching their superstar status...   So you've decided to take vocal lessons to learn how to sing better, but the buck doesn't just stop there for your own ambitions. You have your eyes set on the stage and the screen, and you won’t stop until you're there.
How to Write Your First Professional Dance Resume
Do you dream of being a professional dancer someday? Beyond just dance skills, you'll need to know how to write a dance resume to start on your career path. Read on for some great advice from New York dancer and teacher Caitlin J.: For the pre-professional dancer, landing your first paid gig can be a daunting task. With only a few contacts, it is difficult to know where to start. Most jobs require a minimum submission of a headshot and resume. While you might feel like your resume is spar
3 Drama Games for Learning Method Acting
Method acting requires you to fully embrace your transformation into your character. To create an authentic experience for your audience, you need to lose the speech inflections, facial expressions, and physical mannerisms that wouldn't make sense. For example, when an actor plays a depressed man, his cynical speech won't be convincing if he delivers it with perfect, confident posture. When Hollywood stars stay in character between takes, or improv comedians wear disguises to interact with un
Introduction to Voice Acting: Books & Resources to Check Out
When it comes to the performing arts, voice acting attracts some of the most fiercely dedicated enthusiasts, despite the relative anonymity compared to acting on stage or on screen. In the old days, radio dramas were the most common inspiration for aspiring voice actors. Today, it’s animation. The key component of voice acting, even more than secrecy and seclusion, is versatility. An in-demand voice actor may be called upon to provide the pipes for a cartoon rabbit in a kid's show on Friday, a
High Notes & High Fashions: What to Wear to Your Next Audition
Stumped on what to wear for your next audition? Dress for success with these tips from New York, NY voice teacher Chelsea F...   You've practiced, studied, taken countless lessons, and you are now ready to go on some auditions... but the night before your audition you peer into your closet and realize, to your horror, you don’t know what to wear! This is a topic that many students don’t ask their voice teachers about because, let’s face it, in a 45- to 60-minute lesson there is

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