What’s the best way to banish audition jitters? By being prepared and confident. Rebecca can determine exactly what you need to show in an audition so that all you have to worry about is looking great (and fighting traffic).
But first, an important distinction: A vocal coach is not the same as a voice teacher. Traditional voice lessons work best on a consistent, long-term schedule, while Rebecca’s audition prep session can fit into your schedule on an as-needed basis. All experience levels are welcome.
We can cover in your one-on-one session:
As the trusted accompanist for the DFW auditions of such big-name Broadway shows as Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, The Lion King, and more, Rebecca has heard and seen it all. She knows the inside scoop from casting directors and has witnessed the casting process in action from the other side of the table. She sees what agencies are looking for and knows how to help you prepare to showcase your best self.
And since the musical theater community is a small one, every performance — Mama’s Party, Broadway on a Tuesday, even a sing-along in someone’s living room — is essentially an audition. Never be caught unprepared again.