All posts by Laura Ware

Laura is a California native who has been living in NY for the past 9 years after finishing 2 years touring with Mamma Mia! She's the current editor of StageAgent.com who also work with kids and adults as the acting coach at Art House Astoria Conservatory for Music and Art.

Secretary Hamilton, Have You Met Mrs. Dolly Levi?

Hamilton and Hello, Dolly!–complete opposites of the musical theatre spectrum, one would think. StageAgent editor and blogger, Laura Ware, shares her thoughts on the correlations in such different shows and their relevance in our current political climate, and how much we need both of them today in the growth and influence of musical theatre itself.

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Top Ten Lists of 2016

StageAgent looks at the most popular shows–both plays and musicals, blogs, and even characters in their 2016 Top Ten Lists. From classics like West Side Story and Guys and Dolls to current Broadway darling, Hamilton, the lists should have something for everyone. See which lists include your favorites!

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Blogger Positions for Experienced Theatre Folks

Are you a proven writer who is an expert in your chosen theatrical field? Do you have experience creating video blogs? Do you have social media followers? Would you like to share your experiences with others on an international level and expand the knowledge base that StageAgent brings to its 50,000+ users every month?

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Performing Arts High School Auditions: First Steps

Applying to get into some high schools these days is like applying for college. Every year thousands of kids compete for a limited number of spots at performing arts high schools. Preparing for auditions is a pressure-filled process over several months that can lead to big smiles or lots of tears. But how can you prepare your child – and yourself — for this process?

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