The author starts with the very basics and guides the performer (and also the parents of the youngest beginners) through every aspect of the training and career development needed to bring the curtain up on a life of performing. Drawing on the expertise of dozens of show business professionals, theis manual gives you advice and guidance on: vocal training -- finding a good dance studio -- learning to act -- promoting yourself -- the performing unions -- contracts -- agents, managers, and casting directors -- starting out in paying jobs -- working in New York and overseas -- auditioning.So many young dancers today can do wonderful trick steps such as pullbacks, wings, toe stands, over-the-tops, and knee work. ... Whether you take private tap lessons, or participate in a group class, the studioa#39;s policy will dictate what you can and ... Have you gone into a dance store to buy a pair of tap shoes lately? ... Tap shoes that cost $75 to $150 dollars usually have an endorsement name attached.
|Title||:||How to Make it in Musicals|
|Publisher||:||Watson-Guptill Publications - 1999|