Archive | July 2012
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Ok, just stop and think about it for a minute. Done? Right: the musical theatre literature prior to the 1960’s was based primarily in a “legit” style, unless the character in the musical was there for comic relief, or was an older, light weight character. For example, Ali Hakim in Oklahoma or Nettie in Carousel […]
Held in Orlando the end of June started with regional auditions in LA, Chicago, New York and online. Twenty four semi-finalists and six finalists. I am proud of my organization for recognizing Musical Theatre (NATS prefers “Theater”—we’ll have to agree to disagree on this one) as a legitimate vocal performance medium and honoring young artists […]
Sorry all, we had a coding error that caused the Detail Results in the Search feature of The Belt Book to bite it. We’re all good now, you can see details of songs, look at You Tubes, and link to purchasing audio files and sheet music.
I had fully intended to blog every day of this Conference—but it’s been so wonderfully exciting, I didn’t want to miss a moment. The presentations run the gamut of heady pedy (pedagogy) to in the trenches training. All marvelous. The energy of hundreds of people who love to sing and act and share their knowledge […]