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Preparing an Operatic Role: Part One

After all that hard work preparing for your auditions you’ve received the best news: you got the job! You’ve been offered a role in a production somewhere! Mission accomplished, right?

Wrong! Here’s where the work really starts. It makes no difference if you were offered the role on a pay-to-sing, amateur production, a young artist program (YAP), a summer school, a regional tour, or the Met, the preparation you do before day one of rehearsals will determine not only how well you perform this particular role, but could influence the rest of your career.

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When a Role Calls Out to You

Professional stage actor, Rob Richardson, literally saw himself in a role in the musical “The Bridges of Madison County”. In this post, Rob discusses his 5 year journey preparing for the show, auditioning and eventually landing the leading role of Robert Kincaid with the Silicon Valley theatre company, TheatreWorks.

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