Broadway Podcasts

Broadway is a mecca for many young performers. Most of the performers on Broadway started out in elementary or high schools, most started out in community theatre and worked their way up the ladder, usually one rung at a time. Seeing a professional show, particularly on Broadway has a galvanizing effect on young would-be performers. School trips are a great way of getting great Broadway discounts as well as participating in workshops taught by these very same performers. In our continuing effort to get free information in the hands of young actors, we present podcasts from the American Wing which founded the Tony Awards. They have televised interviews with Broadway actors, dancers, singers, writers and directors and you can find a lot of useful information here

How can you star on Broadway?

These performers share their stories with you. Going to see a show and taking workshops is a great way to see that these performers are no different than you are. They worked hard, had some lucky breaks and seized the opportunity when it was presented to them. They are also very well trained. There are a lot of talented unemployed actors. The difference between the unemployed and the employed is the work ethic. In life if you work hard you can accomplish anything. Performing is no different. If there are 20 equally talented performers in a room, the one that will get ahead will be the one that works the hardest. Acting is a business. The actor is the product. Make yourself the best product you can be.

Enjoy The American Wing Broadway Podcasts



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