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A Mother's Journey Back to the Stage

How I Landed My First Paid Musical Directing Job: A Mother’s Journey Back to the Theatre World

This is the first post in a series documenting how I directed my first musical: Fiddler on the Roof. In seventh grade when I performed in the ensemble of Fiddler on the Roof, I was bitten by the theatre bug. It’s not quite as serious as it sounds . . . especially if you’re fortunate …

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Skip College, Become a Singer (Your Collegiate Gap Year Plan)

I’m sure you don’t believe that it’s possible to make liveable money as a singer. Your mom sure doesn’t think so. Your grandma really doesn’t think so. It’s an exciting prospect: skipping the college debt and starting a singing career instead. Back when I decided to become an *engineering major* instead of pursuing my musical …

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