Posts filed under: singing

Not sure if Clint Eastwood is the man who came up with the phrase ‘Analysis Paralysis’, but it’s worth a read of this article to understand why I say, to over analyze a script may not help you much in...
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What better theme for October than the Headless Horseman!  So what does this have to do with performing, you may say, ah, well, that’s exactly what I want to address today! So often I’ve heard from students, ‘I feel like...
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This is a short snippet on what main roles are involved in a production and best business practices when dealing with violence or sexual scenes in the entertainment industry....
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You know the image of a patient as he lies down on the therapists couch and the doctor asks, ‘Comfortable?’ as if it’s a signal to begin. I can’t say I’ve actually laid on too many doctors couches, but I...
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I had a student the other day, ask me, ‘Do I need to go get some acting training and where?’  Or from my own point of view when is a good time to go back to your training? The longer...
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I remember when I 1st went to Universal Studios Theme Park with the Jaws ride – not sure it’s still there, but it terrified me, as a little girl.  That theme music is what did it to me!  I bet...
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Well, this is not an original topic but, it seems to be one I’m always battling. I seem to spend a lot of time working at the administration work of being a singer and a lot less at the actual...
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So how is my vroom going? Well, I think I’m vrooming along nicely......
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  • Debbie Bridge
This is a reblog of my very first post and next week, I'll give you an update of where I am now with this, but wanted to remind you of where I came from:...
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I took a whole year off to have my dream trip around the world and see the Taj Mahal....
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