Lana Sage

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Hello Friends! I am an actress, singer, dancer, musician, model, and writer represented by The Option Agency in Portland, Oregon and have been been performing professionally in theatre since 2015 and in film since 2011. In 2021, I graduated with an Associates of General Studies and a Musical Theater Career Pathway Endorsement as part of an early college program. I am currently pursuing a BFA: Theatre Arts with a minor in Social and Racial Justice at Boston University. When not in school or on stage, I can be found reading, learning ukulele, guitar, and piano, choreographing, writing plays/books, and taking in all sorts of artistic content and media.

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Student Bloggers Share Their Favorite Ways to Decompress During the Semester

From spending time with friends to taking time away from the theatre altogether, our student bloggers offer their best self-care tips for managing stress during the school year here!

What Parents Should Know to Support Theatre Students: Advice from Our Student Bloggers

This month, we've asked our student bloggers 'What do parents need to know to better support their children in theatre/arts majors?' From giving support during good times and bad, to understanding just how rigorous training can be, the student bloggers offer advice on how to best support the theatre student in your life.

BroadwayWorld Student Bloggers On How Their Theatre Education Helps Them Off-Stage

This month, we've asked our student bloggers to let us know how their theatre education has helped them off-stage. From increased confidence to better time management, the student bloggers let us know how an arts education can help anyone regardless of their career path. Check out what they had to say here!

Things Our Student Bloggers Can't Live Without

This month, we've asked our student bloggers to let us know one thing they couldn't live without as a theatre student. From tools like iPads and planners to leaning on community support to get them through stressful times, the student bloggers give us the rundown on how to thrive in theatre school. Check out what they had to say here!

College Audition Advice from the BroadwayWorld Student Bloggers

This month, we asked our student bloggers to give us their best advice for students entering the college audition process. Check out their tips here!

Decisions Aren't So Bad

When I wrote my most recent blog, Decisions... A Year Later, I thought my next big decision would be about studying abroad Spring 2024. Study abroad is built into Boston University's (BU) School of Theatre (SOT) spring semester of Junior Year.

Decisions... A Year Later

As we learned in my blog, Decisions Are Hard, Boston University School of Theatre BFAers are tasked with declaring their major within the school halfway around through their second semester freshman year. It's been a year since I wrote that blog and officially made my decision to be a BFA Theatre Arts major.

Live and In Person: It's Open Calls

We are just around midterm of the Spring semester at BU and things are going pretty swimmingly for me. I'm only taking 16 credits this semester-compared to my normal 18-20 I've been taking since my Junior year of high school-with my classes meeting only one to two times per week. A lot of my classwork is challenging but done in class with a lot of hands-on experiences and data collection.

The Art and The Artist

I firmly believe that the best mode of learning for an artist is through the consumption of other art. It is so important for us to be patrons of art and artists. It’s not only a way of giving back to our fellow artists, but also a brilliant method of learning for our own artistic gain. Inspiration strikes from others, so it only makes sense that artists become inspired by the art of others. 

A Week in the Life of a Boston University Theatre Student

Happy college to me and anyone who chooses to celebrate it! Welcome to a new year of school, that one thing you wish you left back in highschool, and a chilling fall semester. I thought I’d bring you along for a week in the life of my first semester as a Sophomore BFA Acting/Directing/Playwriting at Boston University (BU)!

Lana's Guide For Actually Enjoying Self Tapes

Through my disdain of self tapes and hope to revive the feeling of being in a physical audition room, I've created some ground rules for myself. I hope these help, because they have surely helped me.

The Life and Times of Art

Something they don’t tell you enough about college: you don’t have any time. You’d think that, if you’re majoring in some sort of art, you’d have ample ability and time to do, create, and work on the art you care about. I thought that. I thought wrong.

Decisions Are Hard

At the end of our first year in Boston University's School of Theatre performance core, we declare our major to decide the theater performance training we'll focus on: BFA Acting or Theatre Arts. For some the decision is easy, whereas for others (*cough cough…* me) it most definitely isn't. 

Falling Back in Love... With Movement and Myself

Dance is the function that movement flows into. The former innately harbors connotations of restricted and formed movement, while movement itself is the relinquishing to true movement. This thought process and constant practice of the release that movement provides me allowed the space and time to truly fall back in love with movement and myself.

Student Blogs This Week - Dealing with Burnout, Maintaining Vocal Health, and More

Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. An actor turned Assistant Stage Manager, planning a student-run cabaret, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!

Localized Collaborative Play

People are walking out in the storm. I envy them but I don't. I envy their willingness to look like fools. I wish I could just fail like that sometimes. But only sometimes. I don’t envy them because walking in this weather must suck. This brought me to the conclusion that I fear I have done my first semester of my BFA wrong.

Student Blogs This Week - Looking Ahead to 2022, Stories from a Short Film Set, and More

Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. The Prom in Mexico, surviving winter break, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!

Winners Announced For The BroadwayWorld 2021 Portland Awards

Winners have been announced for the 2021 BroadwayWorld Portland Awards. The 2021 Regional Awards honor productions which had their first performance between October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

Gotta Get Back to Set Life

Where my last blog ended is where this current blog begins. Before officially starting my winter break from BU, I made a film... I mean, I was part of the making of a film... Being back on set was a slap in the face I desperately needed. I just hope it won't take another six years to come back...

Student Blogs This Week - Andrew Garfield, Movie Musicals, and More

Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. The best of this year's movie musicals, catching the opening night celebrations of Company, chatting with a student stage manager and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!

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