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BWW Blog: My Case for Bootlegs PhotoBWW Blog: My Case for Bootlegs
by Student Blogger: Katy Dara - July 30, 2020

The main complaints about bootlegs are 1) ita??s distracting for the performers, 2) ita??s distracting for the audience, and 3) ita??s a form of theft. It is often the last point that holds the most contention from both sides.
BWW Blog: Movie-to-Musical Wishlist PhotoBWW Blog: Movie-to-Musical Wishlist
by Student Blogger: Izzi Diaz - July 30, 2020

In this post, Ia??ll be discussing the top 5 movies I would like to see come to Broadway.
BWW Blog: Hamilton's Better Half PhotoBWW Blog: Hamilton's Better Half
by Student Blogger: Izzi Diaz - July 30, 2020

As they say, a?oebehind every great man is a great woman.a?? Enter Eliza, that great woman and the better half of Alexander.
BWW Blog: Absent from the Stage PhotoBWW Blog: Absent from the Stage
by Student Blogger: Gwendolyn Glaude - July 30, 2020

I know eventually, we will all make our way back towards the bright stage lights the echo our name, ita??s only a question of when? The hard truth is that no-one has a definitive answer. 
BWW Blog: Censorship in Educational Th***re PhotoBWW Blog: Censorship in Educational Th***re
by Student Blogger: Gillian Lintz - July 29, 2020

These shows are important and necessary, but are unfortunately often not performed or are greatly censored in high schools, and even some colleges. 
BWW Blog: My Identity Imposter Syndrome and How One Show Helped Me Through It PhotoBWW Blog: My Identity Imposter Syndrome and How One Show Helped Me Through It
by Student Blogger: Alyssa Silver - July 28, 2020

A few weeks ago, I was facing identity imposter syndrome. This, which I have discovered, can be common among mixed race people, used to happen to me when I was younger but hadna??t resurfaced much since.
BWW Blog: Why Carrie Hope Fletcher Should Be Everyone's Theatre Idol PhotoBWW Blog: Why Carrie Hope Fletcher Should Be Everyone's Theatre Idol
by Student Blogger: Nora Rhein - July 28, 2020

Carrie Hope Fletcher, a West End actress with too many superlatives to name, has been going above and beyond in her career for years. While she already has an impressive fanbase, most theatre people who may not know her would benefit from an introduction. 
BWW Blog: The Artist Versus the Technician PhotoBWW Blog: The Artist Versus the Technician
by Student Blogger: Maria Pauer - July 28, 2020

The technician provides foundations that are necessary to be an actor. 
BWW Blog: An OBCR for Every Mood PhotoBWW Blog: An OBCR for Every Mood
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - July 28, 2020

In times of confinement, some of the only things you can do to make your days different from the next is through music.
BWW Blog: When it's Time to Put Performing Arts on the Back Burner PhotoBWW Blog: When it's Time to Put Performing Arts on the Back Burner
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - July 27, 2020

Life happens, ita??s not always our fault, sometimes therea??s a pandemic running, and all our plans get twisted. It can put life in perspective and show us whata??s important and what we can live without.
BWW Blog: Looking Towards the Future in a Pandemic PhotoBWW Blog: Looking Towards the Future in a Pandemic
by Student Blogger: Annie Coulson - July 27, 2020

Navigating mental health in the middle of a pandemic is a sentence I never knew I would ever say, let alone try to do.
BWW Blog: Why Broadway Needs More Original Ideas PhotoBWW Blog: Why Broadway Needs More Original Ideas
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - July 27, 2020

While it can be exciting to see your favorite films or cult classics preformed on stage, nothing can replace to feeling one gets when walking into a theatre for the first time and seeing a show new to the world of Broadway. 
BWW Blog: “Learning Doesn't Happen in a Straight Line” - An Interview with Ellen  PhotoBWW Blog: “Learning Doesn't Happen in a Straight Line” - An Interview with Ellen Orenstein
by Student Blogger: Janelle Murray - July 27, 2020

I had the pleasure of interviewing professor, the legendary Ellen Orenstein, on her professional perspective on educating remotely.
BWW Blog: A Contingency Plan PhotoBWW Blog: A Contingency Plan
by Student Blogger: Audrey Myers - July 27, 2020

As students prepare for next semester, bountiful questions remain. Will everyone actually return to campus? How can theatre-makers create art while staying safe? Is it worth going back to school, only to return home in a few weeks?
BWW Blog: An Interview with Hamilton Star Carleigh Bettiol! PhotoBWW Blog: An Interview with Hamilton Star Carleigh Bettiol!
by Student Blogger: Maura Consedine - July 27, 2020

Carleigh was gracious enough to answer some of my burning questions about her experience with Hamilton and her personal theatre journey. 
BWW Blog: Returning to an Empty Campus PhotoBWW Blog: Returning to an Empty Campus
by Student Blogger: Bella Bosco - July 24, 2020

Todaya??s post will chronicle my fast journey back and forth to school, and all of the emotions I felt, and continue to feel.
BWW Blog: Pros and Cons of A Small University Program PhotoBWW Blog: Pros and Cons of A Small University Program
by Student Blogger: Brittany Davis - July 24, 2020

I attend a small school, one I went to with the promise of the benefits of a a?oesmall school program!a?? But what does that mean and look like, exactly?
BWW Blog: Let's Talk Devised Theatre PhotoBWW Blog: Let's Talk Devised Theatre
by Student Blogger: Caroline Conard - July 24, 2020

Devised theatre is a collaborative method of theatre-making where a script is created by an ensemble, many times through improvisatory work. 
BWW Blog: The Need for Virtual Theatre PhotoBWW Blog: The Need for Virtual Theatre
by Student Blogger: Torie Brown - July 21, 2020

As of today, it has been four months since I have sat in a theatre and witnessed a live theatre production, four months since I have worked on a live theatre production, and around four months since the last time anyone has stepped on a New York Stage.
BWW Blog: How Different Shows Use Digital Technology PhotoBWW Blog: How Different Shows Use Digital Technology
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - July 21, 2020

As the decades have gone by, Broadway has continued to develop and change along with the rest of the world.
BWW Blog: Commuter Student Perks as Theatre Major PhotoBWW Blog: Commuter Student Perks as Theatre Major
by Student Blogger: Holly Stefanik - July 21, 2020

Here are some of the top perks of commuting to school while being a theatre student! 
BWW Blog: Facing the Unknown PhotoBWW Blog: Facing the Unknown
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - July 20, 2020

I was taking in this news in a safe and healthy environment (my house), yet all I really felt was scared. Scared for the future of the world, of education, and of me.
BWW Blog: When a Hapa Girl Finds Her Community and Her Strength at Tisch PhotoBWW Blog: When a Hapa Girl Finds Her Community and Her Strength at Tisch
by Student Blogger: Alyssa Silver - July 20, 2020

I think this is the semester where I truly grew into my Hapa (half Asian) identity, talking about it with more pride than ever.
BWW Blog: Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man (Part 2) PhotoBWW Blog: Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man (Part 2)
by Student Blogger: Michael Bailey - July 20, 2020

My unshakeable youthful confidence came crashing down when I was cast as Jack in Into the Woods JR.
BWW Blog: Voice Lessons Online? How Can I Do That? PhotoBWW Blog: Voice Lessons Online? How Can I Do That?
by Student Blogger: Benjamin Simonetty - July 20, 2020

With the current happenings in the world studying the performing arts has been completely flipped on its head, the once completely in person lessons and rehearsals are now completely online using video chat and email.

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