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A podcast for musical theatre actors who want to take their vocal artistry to the next level by going deep into the music of musical theatre. We’ll be dissecting the songs, character and vocal archetypes, musical genres, and vocals styles of Broadway so that you can: 1)create a powerful audition book that showcases your artistry and actually gets you work 2)feel totally at home reading the musical score of a show 3)define your unique artistic voice 4)and craft a performing career you love! E ...
 
The Adobe Audition Podcast hosted by Mike Russell from Music Radio Creative. Honouring 25 years of Adobe Audition! In this series of 25 episodes Mike will interview Adobe Audition power users. We’ll reminisce back to the Cool Edit Pro days through to the introduction of multitrack editing and bring you right up to date with Adobe Audition CC and features like the Essential Sound Panel. This is the Adobe Audition podcast by Adobe Audition users for Adobe Audition users!
 
Auditioning for voice over jobs can be daunting. Mission Audition can help! In this podcast, the team at Voices.com exposes what exactly makes a good (and not so good) voice over audition. In each episode, voice talent on Voices.com audition for a specific category of voice over job that we’ve posted, and a selection of reads are critiqued before the job is actually awarded! Packed with highlights of problem areas, and tips for solving them, Mission Audition will expand your knowledge of the ...
 
The audition process can make or break a performer's progress. Join Broadway veteran Justin Guarini every week to hear what it takes to stand out from the competition, avoid common mistakes, and unlock the next level of your musical theater career. Have you ever walked out of an audition room and asked yourself: "I could've done so much better, why was that so terrible?" Justin has too, many times, more than he can remember. So, he started searching for a new way to nail auditions and book m ...
 
hi, i’m rob. i'm a percussionist in the met opera in new york city, and my goal is to help you win an orchestra audition quicker and easier than i did. during my decade-long career of (mostly) failed auditions, i've struggled through disappointment, rejection, intense nerves, and hopelessness. but i've personally overcome each of these to win my job. i've also helped musicians all over the world break through their struggles to get to finals and win auditions. with the right work ethic and p ...
 
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A breakdown of the creative team, production history, character arcs, and music styles of my favorite show, Little Shop of Horrors! This dark comedy sci-fi horror spoof by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken is a gem of show full of quirky characters and an effervescent score that perfectly intones the pop music styles of doo wop and rock ‘n roll in 1950…
 
Susie Abromeit trains in her craft the same way she trained as an athlete. As a tennis player, Susie dedicated hours a day to perfecting her game and eventually earned the title of #6 top tennis players in the U.S. Despite her incredible success as an athlete, it was performance that always lit up her soul. Growing up in Florida, Susie spent much o…
 
Learn the hallmarks of Ashman’s lyric style and how he brought the dramatic conventions of musical theatre songs to Disney. Howard Ashman was playwright, lyricist, and director who wrote lyrics for some of my favorite shows: Smile, Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid, and Beauty and the Beast. His song lyrics feature delightful rhymes and in…
 
Before she became known as Hollywood’s go-to stunt woman for top box office films and television, Kimberly Shannon Murphy had a love of dance and gymnastics as a child. Her interests expanded into acrobatics when she joined AntiGravity in New York City touring the world as a silk and hammock aerial performing artist. Today, she shares with us how s…
 
Discover the 4 types of songs that should be on your practice session work list. Do you look at your enormous repertoire book and wonder where to start when it’s time for your at-home practice? Do you start practice warming up by singing through songs, only to find you haven’t learned anything new or honed any skills by the end of the hour? If you’…
 
Broadway veteran and award-winning director, Thomas James O’Leary, lifts the veil and shares his journey to Broadway where he played title role in Phantom of the Opera for over 1,000 performances. In this in-depth episode, Tom shares loads of lessons about rising through the ranks of some of the greatest mega musicals in history (Les Miserable, Che…
 
Is the University of Arizona on your college list? It should be. They have an incredible program with Danny Gurwin at the helm. In this episode, Tim and Danny chat about all the exciting things they have happening there.โดย Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
In today's episode Tim sits down for a chat with Andrew Abrams to talk about how he brings his unique experiences and perspectives to the Musical Theatre Program at Southern Illinois University.โดย Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
Over the course of his 30 year career, Aasif Mandvi has learned that the dreaded phrase, “Jack of all trades, master of none,” is nothing more than a myth. As an actor, writer, producer, podcast host and much more, Aasif has no shortage of creative endeavors and has learned to embrace that multiplicity rather than fight it. Born in Mumbai, India, A…
 
French-American, Stephanie Szostak (show-stack) acts, writes and speaks. She is currently starring on ABC’s hit series A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, is working on a book called "Oh The TiDDies You'll Grow!" and speaks to various organizations (from corporate to non-profits supporting immigrant women, teens and mental health) encouraging people to "find …
 
Born in South Africa, Neil Sandilands’s decades-long career spans across the globe. As an actor, writer, director, and musician, Neil has meticulously put in the time to develop, hone, and refine his craft as an actor, as well as an all-around storyteller. You’ve seen him in Netflix’s hit new post-apocalyptic series, “Sweet Tooth” as the witty and …
 
Are you an Actor/Singer who wants more confidence in your singing voice? Or are you a Singer/Actor who feels like your vocal technique goes out the window when you start acting more fully? In this episode, I reveal how acting gets in the way of singing with a beautiful tone. Then I talk about 3 easy concepts to think about as you’re singing that wi…
 
Today's guest was initially in the business of fashion til she seized the opportunity to fill in for a coworker as a background actor for a popular show. She made such an impression that she was asked to return week after week until she got her union card and the rest is history for YOLONDA ROSS. An independent film darling, Yolonda made her featur…
 
Are you constantly hitting a wall in the audition room? You know you have what it takes to play the role, but the director just doesn’t seem to get it? What you need is to identify your niche. In this episode, we’ll uncover the powerful concept of niche. We’ll discuss what niche is and how to identify your niche so that you can communicate clearly …
 
There is a small percentage of actors who get the opportunity to be part of one franchise, but with todays guest, KAREN GILLAN, she's been part of not just one, but TWO multibillion dollar franchises. Her first agent described her as having "sheer perseverance" due to her being relentless in having them represent her: AT THE AGE OF 15! Two working …
 
Tim talks about the Molloy College / CAP 21 program that offers students the unique opportunity of working on their BFA in Manhattan without having to live there.โดย Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
Today’s guest grew up the daughter of two prominent Chicago attorneys and the youngest of three siblings immersed in the arts. Everyone welcome: Cassidy Freeman. Her poise, work ethic and determination to constantly challenge herself quickly paid off. She embraced her old soul and let go of her aspirations of being an ingénue which immediately led …
 
Learn how to unlock the secret of SONG FORM by analyzing common structural formulas of melodic form. Today’s episode concludes our 3-part series on MELODY and how it tells a story. We’ll examine how to identify phrase lengths, how to discover the structural formula your phrases are following, and how a song’s form emerges from phrase groups, more c…
 
"Being an actor feels like such a privilege, but it’s not a privilege if you’re not enjoying what you’re doing.” - Jasika Nicole As the auditions start to pour in again, how are you enjoying your process? Let's focus on progress instead of perfection. Show Links: THE NEW TRIPLE THREAT: Script Analysis Class CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your ac…
 
Today, I sit down with actor, producer, writer, and filmmaker, David Dastmalchian. For over a decade, David has built a dynamic career driven by ambition and vision. In an industry that often tells us there is only one way to success, David has proved time and time again that there are any number of roads an artist can take to get to where they wan…
 
Want to refresh your audition book, but not sure where to start? This episode gives you an easy 3-step exercise to jumpstart the process of cleaning out your book and finding the songs that will really move the needle in your career. I’ve been hearing from a lot of coaching clients that they want to work on their audition books. They feel like they…
 
Today’s guest possesses creative gifts that expand across all forms and all mediums. Fully fueled by heart and passion, Jasika Nicole is an actor, clothing designer, artist, pottery maker, LGBTQ advocate, writer, and the list doesn’t stop there. Committed to pursuing an education in the performing arts, Jasika studied theater throughout her college…
 
Learn 6 different types of motivic development and how motives provide the architecture of a melody. Today’s episode continues our 3-part series on MELODY and how it tells a story. We’ll examine what a motive is and how we can alter and develop them to create variation and interest throughout the melody. Once you understand the logic of the archite…
 
Today I’m sitting down with actor-musician, Brandon Jay McLaren. Starting out as an athlete and a marine biology major, Brandon has gone on to craft a full and dynamic career as an actor over the course of nearly 20 years. Beginning as early as age 12, Brandon began booking commercials with the encouragement and support of his mother. Though he con…
 
In this 3-part series, I’m dissecting melodic composition and how it impacts storytelling in song. I’ll be answering the questions: What is melody? How is it constructed? And most importantly, how does melody tell a story of its own? This episode zeroes in on melodic contour and how it can elevate your interpretation of lyrics. I walk you through s…
 
Today's episode is with the multi-passionate Britney Young. An actress and a producer, Britney embodies what it means to be a truly dedicated, humble, and collaborative storyteller. Born in Tokyo and raised in Alaska, Britney inherited her father’s love of movies and found herself endlessly fascinated with the process of filmmaking. She graduated f…
 
My experience with reading deprivation and giving up social media for a week. In this episode I get personal as I share my journey of reading The Artist’s Way and doing one particular exercise -- READING DEPRIVATION. Sound scary? Hate the idea immediately? Well, If your brain is feeling fried or like you’ve got constant static going on, then it mig…
 
Lao-tzu said, “the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” Our guest for this episode is a dreamer who, as a child, couldn’t stop thinking about being in the film business. Today, as an actor, director, and producer Manish Dayal shares what he’s learned about navigating imposter syndrome and how he finds balance through diversifying his …
 
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