Tag Archives: broadway

I Wish I Knew: Tony Nominated Actor Michelle Wilson

I Wish I Knew has made it to Post #5! This week we meet Michelle Wilson, a successful New York actor who was Tony Nominated for her work in SWEAT, Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway play. Michelle gives us advice on staying healthy, starting a career outside of New York, getting notes and more. Check out her amazing interview!

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I Wish I Knew: Interview with Director Amy Anders Corcoran

This week on I Wish I Knew, a blog dedicated to inspiring young artists on their paths to success, I got to interview the fabulous director Amy Anders Corcoran! Amy is a freelance director, the New Musicals Consultant at La Jolla Playhouse and was recently Associate Director of Escape to Margaritaville on Broadway. She is one of my favorite people, one of my mentors, and has a way of distilling wisdom in a way that is simple, clear and illuminating. Take a look!

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2018 Tony Awards: Get Out the Popcorn and Party!

It’s almost time for the 2018 Tony Awards! There are so many wonderful performances from the Tony Awards telecasts over the past 50+ years, but the year that blogger and StageAgent editor, Laura Ware, remembers best is 1987. Read her latest blog to see why that year stood out for her. What are your favorites from the past? And what will be the standout this year?

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Five Tips to Audition Safely and Smartly

Actors want to be wanted, whether it’s for a role in a play or musical, film, or TV show. But sometimes we want to get that role so badly that we forget to use some common sense and may get ourselves into an iffy situation. Here are five things to watch out for so the only thing you have to worry about is if you get the gig!

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An Overture to Musical Theatre Overtures

StageAgent invites you to take a trip into the world of Musical Theatre Overtures. Twenty favorites are in the list, recommended for one reason or another by several of our contributors. They range from Mozart operas of the late 1700s to Broadway shows of the Golden Age to shows from the late 1990s and mid-2000s. We’ve even included a playlist so you can check them out!

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