The Journey to Broadway
I Am The Parent Of A Performer: Kayla’s Story
I am the parent of a performer. My daughter Kayla Pecchioni discovered musical theatre at a very young age. She started dancing at three years old and went to non-traditional summer camps like Broadway Bootcamp instead of the traditional craft-making and archery filled summer. Kayla’s Dad and I were onboard with Kayla’s dreams every step […]Read More
What’s An Audition Book And Why Do All Actors Need One?
A musical theatre audition book is an actor’s lifeline. Ask any professional actor and they’ll tell you their audition book is what helps them get the job. An audition book is simply a three ring binder filled with music you can sing at any given moment. So what exactly should your audition book include? 1. […]Read More
The #1 Thing Actors Need To Remember When Dealing With Rejection
What’s the number 1 thing actors need to remember when dealing with rejection? Rejection is redirection. In fact, rejection is just part of the job. Ask any actor and they can tell you it take dozens of auditions before that first “yes.” But when you’re new to the theatre industry, rejection can be soul crushing. […]Read More