I read a lot of self-help books, make of that what you will.
The centre of this industry is the relationships you build. That’s a key word – relationships. Whether it’s an agent, or CD or industry professional, you want to begin, and to nurture a relationship with that person…
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There are a wealth of great songs which feature in stage versions of musicals but not in film versions and there are also a huge number of songs cut from shows during initial readings, after out of town tryouts, or even after openings.
““It is bizarre, how everything changes and changes so quickly. We never thought about agents in my day. I don’t remember anyone at Webber Douglas, ever, talking about being rich or famous, or wanting to be a star. It didn’t enter our heads. You wanted to work and you wanted to learn.”
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The process of turning a cookbook into a musical!
Recently I’ve been reading a lot about the archetypal character tropes that appear in almost all stories and thinking about how we can apply them.
Regardless of how much you earn, or how frequently you work, or whether you’re reading this on set, backstage, or in a call-centre. You are living the dream…