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Miles To Go Before I Sleep

Making it to Broadway and staying sane

The Gilded Age

When I booked my part in the show "Gilded", I was extremely happy and slightly skeptical; it was, after all, the first "real" show I booked after a year of hearing "No" in almost every audition I went to. On... Continue Reading →

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Meeting Crains

During our three week rehearsal period for Gilded, we had a designer run; our first official run-through of the show with costumes, props, set changes and all. Our director invited some people to watch it so that she could get... Continue Reading →

YES

I got my first YES about two months ago, and still haven't brought myself to write about it. Something about my joy was imperfect; I would have rather had my first YES be six months ago and for a Broadway... Continue Reading →

P to the Power of 3 – A Pep Talk

After much preparation over the weekend I went to audition for the national tour of RENT this morning. The day started off kind of rough with not wanting to get out of bed, but today I fought back; I got... Continue Reading →

Second Chances

When I came to New York nine months ago, I got myself a pair of Tap shoes and took it upon myself to master this signature style, which is a widely used in musical theater, especially here in America. It... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Success, No Matter the Size

A little over a week ago, after months of waiting, the episode of the web-series, "Soon By You", which I took part in, finally aired. Because this episode was the season finale, the producers threw a festive premiere party at... Continue Reading →

Better Shape Up

After finding a place to rest my head at night and an income to bring home the baked-challah,┬áit was time to tend to more important matters, like my body. Over the past six months, I have been taking sporadic dance... Continue Reading →

After being a wandering Jew for the past six months, I finally moved to an apartment I can call my home; no sublet, no temporary engagements. I also finally found two part time jobs; associate director for a musical concert... Continue Reading →

Changing Strategies

During the audition drought of July, I helplessly sat on my bed and realized that my strategy of consistently showing up to auditions and doing nothing else - was starting to wear me out. My friends kept telling me that... Continue Reading →

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