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document Why Create a StageAgent Profile?
Your StageAgent profile is a great way to organize and help launch your performing arts career.   With your StageAgent page, you can...
13 Aug, 2009 Comments: 0
document Tips for Maintaining Good Vocal Health for Singers & Actors
Establishing and maintaining good voice care habits is the best way to care of your voice. Following are tips on how to maintain good vocal...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document Taking a Bow After Performing a Monologue
Remember, that the bow is still part of your performance. As long as you are on stage, stay professional! Here are some good tips about your...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document Tips on Choosing a Song for Auditions
  You should always prepare two different songs: a ballad/emotional tune to show your emotional range and lyric phrasing as well as your...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document Musicals with Great Female Leading Roles
What to do if your school or community theatre needs a musical with lots of female leading roles? Here are ten shows that are perfect for theatre...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document How to Perform a Monologue
Monologues should always be spoken to another person.  Before you start, decide where your imaginary listener is located.  In general,...
29 Dec, 2009 Comments: 0
document Choosing the Right Audition Monologue
If you ever watch American Idol you will notice that Simon often chastises the singers’ on their song choice.  The wrong song can ruin a...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document Does StageAgent display my age to the public?
By default, your exact age is not displayed on your StageAgent profile.  On your profile, only your age range is displayed. StageAgent...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document Dance Audition Tips
Whether or not you are auditioning for a dance role, you will frequently be asked to dance in musical theatre auditions. Obviously, the more training...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0
document Opening & Ending a Monologue
Opening Your Monologue: 1)    Walk in slowly with a sense of purpose. Do not rush in nervously. 2)    Find the...
27 Apr, 2009 Comments: 0