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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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Joy Bryant was born in a modest home in The Bronx, New York and as a young woman, was enrolled in an inner-city outreach organization called "A Better Chance," designed to encourage minority talent. Joy was also blessed with brains as well beauty and remained an excellent student throughout her high school years. As a result, she was awarded a full…
 
From being a self-described ‘cancer’ happy just doing her own thing to a piano-playing comedienne headlining at The Comedy Store, Kathryn walks us through how she created a career for herself where there was no established path to follow. In this interview, Kathryn reveals the quotes that changed her approach to creativity, how to craft a cabaret s…
 
Welcome to The College Audition Podcast! In our first episode Tim sits down with Shenandoah University's Director of Musical Theatre, Kevin Covert to learn more about him, the exciting offerings at Shenandoah, and what's to come at the University!Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
This conversation with Ben Lawson is a true look inside a working actor's highs and lows; how long it can take for a casting director to find that perfect project for you, his first experience on the set of a huge movie, and what it feels like to lose your confidence and then gain it back in spades. Sometimes it might take 6 months in New York City…
 
So you are a new parent, yay! Now how do you juggle getting back to work as an actor and being a parent. Today, Alyshia answers listeners questions about the demands of being an actor while becoming a new parent. Show Links: THE NEW TRIPLE THREAT: A Membership for Today's Savvy Actor COACHING: Click here for acting coaching from Alyshia CONSULTING:…
 
Our episode today is a must listen for actors who want to learn how to orchestrate a career. This is a conversation about empowering yourself as an artist, about staying power, about the necessity to invest in yourself, and the importance of having a vision of where you want to go in your career and how to align everything in your life around that …
 
Can every song in your audition book pass this 5-Question test? If not, your book might actually be stopping you from booking gigs. That is NOT what you want! Today, we’re going to RESET your audition book so that it is working FOR you and not AGAINST you. I’m going to walk you through 5 questions that you must ask of every song in your book. If yo…
 
Mehcad Brooks is an actor, musician, and producer raised in Austin, Texas. From bringing characters to life on screen, to writing and producing films, and recording soulful music under an alias, award-winning actor and musician, Mehcad Brooks, has become known in the entertainment industry for his raw and refined talent, charisma, and moving presen…
 
Learn how to pick out the most important moments in your pop song so that you’re telling a compelling story and showing your vocal range. At first, it can seem like there are infinite options and how do you figure out the best one for your audition. But, once you know the song forms, you’ll discover that there are really just a few options to pick …
 
Today we have a really special conversation with an actress who has defied what we’re often told is possible in a Hollywood career. She started on stage with the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, but didn’t make it to Los Angeles till she was nearly 40. She is an example of what can happen when an artist decides to be the exception, embrace fear, and…
 
In this episode, I share the 6 Main Attitudes of Rock Music that should form the foundation of your rock auditions. Ever wonder why your rock auditions are missing the mark? You’ve got the right song, the right cut, the right range, the right pop “isms,” but there’s still something that’s “off.” I see this all the time in students, and it can be su…
 
Today we have a fascinating conversation with actor Russell Hornsby—from Grimm, Seven Seconds, and The Hate You Give—as well as FENCES, both on Broadway and in the film, his career is full of valuable lessons he’s learned. After twenty years in the industry, he shares how a long-term career was not a given reality for him, but rather something he’s…
 
Today’s episode is the first Show Breakdown on the podcast. I’m going to walk you through a musical the same way I would walk through it as a coach looking for material for students. This is one of my favorite things to do in life, so I’m excited to bring it to you here on the podcast. We’ll talk about the creative team, give a brief summary of the…
 
I joined Clubhouse!! Every week, I will be conducting the "Wednesday Wisdom" podcast recordings on Clubhouse. Monday's 11am, come join me. Contracts for Actors: what you should ask for and what you can get in your contracts. Special Clubhouse special conversations with myself, Erin Cummings (King Richard), Kendra Castleberry (casting), Jenny Hochbe…
 
Amanda Schull is an American actress and former ballet dancer, born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. She’s known for her roles in Pretty Little Liars, Suits, 12 Monkeys, and in Nicholas Hyter’s 2000 drama, Center Stage. She began her performing career as a dancer, studying at Indiana University and apprenticing with the San Francisco Ballet, where s…
 
For the past year, theatre artists’ livelihoods have been stripped away. We’ve been cut off from the work that feeds our soul, that we’ve been trained to do, and artists have had to find new ways of supporting themselves by building new businesses or getting other jobs. As 2021 gets underway, we’re hoping we’ll be able to begin our work again this …
 
The all-new membership for actors including both recorded and live courses for all levels of actor, coaching in the crafts that make up the new triple threat: craft, technology, and business. Anna LaMadrid (Put Me on Self Tape) and I teamed up to offer a holistic approach to actor training with a fresh approach to the craft, the business and the te…
 
Jason Momoa is now a household name and here are some of the resilient auditions that shaped his career. He has been one to fiercely remain authentic and when the industry wasn't buying he was making his own art and stories. Today's episode is one to enjoy while sitting in a bar drinking a beer, eating wings and discussing some of those fun early a…
 
What specific things do you do with your voice to create a particular vocal style? How do you sound authentic in a given music genre? From musical theatre singers who want to sound more "rock" to pop singers who want to sing contemporary musical theatre, I walk you through the 3 simple keys to creating vocal style so you'll sound "right" in every g…
 
Let's talk about sex scenes in auditions. How do you approach them? What about kissing, hugging, any kind of intimacy?? Today, Alyshia throws down some wisdom to help you navigate the sexual awkwardness present in auditions and how to negotiate what you are willing to do on set. Nudity clauses - what is acceptable to negotiate. And on set etiquette…
 
That One Audition Live from Los Angeles with Erin Cummings. We dive into the deep and gritty aspects of sex in auditions and on set, being a local hire, getting screwed on contracts, and not wanting to be just good enough. You want honest and real, this one pulls back the curtain on all the things this industry does to make your head spin and gives…
 
Part 2 of our discussion about the 10 audition song categories you need to have in your book. This episode covers categories 4-10, including the exact shows and composers that fit into each category. There's even a BONUS CATEGORY that I think many of you will benefit from having. FREE CHECKLIST available on the resources page over at korrieyamaoka.…
 
In order to create we must make space. Space comes from boundaries, external and internal. As a creative, boundaries are the hardest to set and explain when we don't have "office time". Today, I chat all things schedule and support around your creation. For exclusive content surrounding this and all podcast episodes, sign up for our amazing newslet…
 
An in depth look at the 10 audition song categories you need in your book, including which shows and composers fit into each category. FREE CHECKLIST available on the resources page at korrieyamaoka.com/resources.studyingthesong
 
Today’s guest kicked off his career in the 90’s with memorable characters such as Chris Hooker in The Craft, and Billy Loomis of the classic Halloween favorite, Scream. Since then, he’s gone on to build an impressive 30 year career across all genres and is still going strong. Today, I sit down with Skeet Ulrich as he shares his journey from the inv…
 
Today, the wisdom is around the support that you expect from a partner/parental figure for your artistic career. The discussion focuses on how to manage that expectation and how to garner the support that you want for your artistic endeavors. Show Links: REPRESENTATION EMAIL: Download the FREE template here! PMO PEP TALKS: Click here to reserve you…
 
Over the course of a 40 year career, Ron Cephas Jones has built a beautiful body of work ranging from theater in New York City with the Labyrinth Theater Company, to an award winning performance in the NBC television hit, This is Us . Today’s guest has learned the craft purely through experience and now teaches the art of breaking down the script t…
 
Today, let's chat about the most effective, eye catching email that can secure meetings with agents/managers to up-level your team and initiate more opportunities. I discuss when to email. How to email! And look below for a quick FREE downloadable template to set you up for attention getting success. Create your emails now! Show Links: REPRESENTATI…
 
meet janet horvath, the former associate principal cello of the minnesota orchestra. when janet was in school, she wanted to be the best cellist in the world. she worked outrageously hard at her instrument for long hours and rarely took breaks. it ended in a debilitating injury, and she calls herself one of the "walking wounded." she thought her li…
 
Today’s guest started out as a dancer at just 2 years old and grew up studying ballet. She continued her dance practice all through college before deciding she wanted to pursue a career as a theater actor. Before she was cast in the role of fan favorite, Dr. Luisa Alver on Jane the Virgin, Yara Martinez spent the early years of her career in New Yo…
 
Wednesday wisdom thoughts on failure, pep talks, and the best new character development tip! Make sure to sign up for the FREE PMO Pep Talk tomorrow talking booking a series regular off of tape during COVID. For exclusive content surrounding this and all podcast episodes, sign up for our amazing newsletter at AlyshiaOchse.com. And don't forget to s…
 
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