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BWW Blog: Summer Reading for MTs PhotoBWW Blog: Summer Reading for MTs
by Student Blogger: Cassie Maurer - June 26, 2020

Ah, summer reading: the assignment that nobody asked for, yet everyone received. So, here I am today giving you that same unprecedented assignment of summer reading, but with a twist!
BWW Blog: 5 Ways to Pursue Theatre This Summer PhotoBWW Blog: 5 Ways to Pursue Theatre This Summer
by Student Blogger: Laura Johnson - June 26, 2020

I'm not always perfect, but I have been better about finding what works for me and actually following through.
BWW Blog: You Too Can Live Like Troy Bolton PhotoBWW Blog: You Too Can Live Like Troy Bolton
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - June 26, 2020

You may think that you don't have time for anything else by rehearsals, but I promise you that with the proper time management you can play a sport and be the lead in your high school musical. 
BWW Blog: Let Me Pitch You A Musical - In the Shadows PhotoBWW Blog: Let Me Pitch You A Musical - In the Shadows
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - June 26, 2020

Have you ever wanted to create your own musical? Probably. Have you ever sat down and thought it through? Maybe not. 
BWW Blog: My Thoughts and Experiences as a POC in the Performing Arts PhotoBWW Blog: My Thoughts and Experiences as a POC in the Performing Arts
by Student Blogger: Janelle Murray - June 26, 2020

No. I did not get into one of my top college choices because I am black. I was accepted because I prepared for months and did the best I could at the audition.
BWW Blog: TikTok and the Theatre World PhotoBWW Blog: TikTok and the Theatre World
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - June 26, 2020

Ultimately, TikTok has become a place where theatre kids can express themselves and share their love for theatre while shows are shut down around the world.
BWW Blog: Creating Theatre in the Midst of a Pandemic PhotoBWW Blog: Creating Theatre in the Midst of a Pandemic
by Student Blogger: Maria Pauer - June 25, 2020

Virtual Theatre Collaboration, or VTC for short, seeks to connect artists and audiences regardless of the platform, through digitally capturing original shows written by students, directed by students, performed by students, and designed by students.
BWW Blog: A Day in the Life PhotoBWW Blog: A Day in the Life
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - June 23, 2020

Full disclosure, it involves a lot of snacking. Alright, let's get started!
BWW Blog: The Importance of High School Theatre PhotoBWW Blog: The Importance of High School Theatre
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - June 23, 2020

I think I can speak for all theatre kids when I say, High School, would've been awfully dreadful if we didn't have our school plays. From the actors to the techies. A community that is strong and full of love. 
BWW Blog: Getting to Know Me! PhotoBWW Blog: Getting to Know Me!
by Student Blogger: Maura Consedine - June 23, 2020

My name is Maura Consedine, I'm 19, and am currently a sophomore at St. John's University in Queens, NY.
BWW Blog: Representation - The Fear of Seeing Yourself or Why I Regret Not Listening  PhotoBWW Blog: Representation - The Fear of Seeing Yourself or Why I Regret Not Listening to A Strange Loop Sooner
by Student Blogger: Michael Bailey - June 22, 2020

I'm being represented and now my experiences, especially being a composing/theory major in college, with the way songs I write are perceived are now being shown in a song! How apropos!
BWW Blog: Learning to Love Plays PhotoBWW Blog: Learning to Love Plays
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - June 22, 2020

Like most small-town theatre lovers entering college, the extent of my theatrical experience was the annual school musical and a smattering of community theatre productions.
BWW Blog: Reflecting on My First Time Directing PhotoBWW Blog: Reflecting on My First Time Directing
by Student Blogger: Katelen Hankins - June 22, 2020

It was incredibly educational, moving, and I am not only grateful for the opportunity but I'm eager to do it again (and again and again!)
BWW Blog: Fake Moos - Written, Produced, Directed, and Starring the Harvard Class of  PhotoBWW Blog: Fake Moos - Written, Produced, Directed, and Starring the Harvard Class of 2023
by Student Blogger: Isa Peña - June 22, 2020

When I auditioned for Fake Moos in January, I was definitely not expecting to be belting out the show's songs in the comfort of my childhood bedroom to an open laptop screen, but I'm really excited to keep the magic of theater alive in any way that I can!
BWW Blog: It's Not Impractical, Karen PhotoBWW Blog: It's Not Impractical, Karen
by Student Blogger: Chloe Hechter - June 18, 2020

For people majoring in theatre and drama, college brings the inevitable questioning of your life choices by your Mom's friends and extended family.
BWW Blog: Our Duty to Confront Racism in the Theatre Industry PhotoBWW Blog: Our Duty to Confront Racism in the Theatre Industry
by Student Blogger: Nora Rhein - June 18, 2020

In light of the current Black Lives Matter protests, many Americans are becoming more aware of their white privilege, and beginning to see aspects of their life they may not have known was affected by/made easier by this privilege.
BWW Blog: Remembering Summer 2019 PhotoBWW Blog: Remembering Summer 2019
by Student Blogger: Brooke Treiman - June 18, 2020

I can still recall our last summer. Ah yes, summer 2019. I am so thankful for the experiences I had last summer.
BWW Blog: Spotlight on Southeastern Summer Theatre Institute PhotoBWW Blog: Spotlight on Southeastern Summer Theatre Institute
by Student Blogger: Cassie Maurer - June 17, 2020

In the heart of the South Carolina Lowcountry each summer, there exists a place of creativity, growth, and passion. This place is called the Southeastern Summer Theatre Institute, or SSTI for short.
BWW Blog: The Hills Are Alive - My Journey Through Salzburg PhotoBWW Blog: The Hills Are Alive - My Journey Through Salzburg
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - June 16, 2020

The Sound of Music has been a part of my life for many years. When I was younger, I played a?oeEdelweissa?? as a piano duet with my grandmother.
BWW Blog: The Backup Plan PhotoBWW Blog: The Backup Plan
by Student Blogger: Emma Rose Dorsch - June 12, 2020

It's a dreaded question for theatre majors everywhere; What's your backup plan?
BWW Blog: Share the Spotlight - Brendan Lynch (CU Boulder '20) PhotoBWW Blog: Share the Spotlight - Brendan Lynch (CU Boulder '20)
by Student Blogger: Maeve Reilly - June 10, 2020

'Share the Spotlight' will feature current University of Colorado Boulder theatre students and recent grads - first up is Brendan Lynch!
BWW Blog: The Problem with Tracy Turnblad PhotoBWW Blog: The Problem with Tracy Turnblad
by Student Blogger: Emma Rose Dorsch - June 9, 2020

I'm unashamed to say that my favorite musical is Hairspray. One of my fondest childhood memories is singing along to Mama I'm A Big Girl Now with my Mom. Beyond nostalgia, it has a great message, and I relate to the character Tracy Turnblad.
BWW Blog: Learning Theatre Away from the Theatre PhotoBWW Blog: Learning Theatre Away from the Theatre
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - June 9, 2020

My first year at University and I was on campus for two months, tops. It took around those two months to get into the groove of learning Theatre and Performance, getting used to Movement classes and vocal practice but then Covid-19 happened.
BWW Blog: Handling Creative Burnout and Creating Community PhotoBWW Blog: Handling Creative Burnout and Creating Community
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - June 8, 2020

During this quarantine, there have been a TON of free resources for us students- online Zoom webinars, general sessions with casting agents, free classes and more!! Everyone reminds us to make the absolute most of this free time to really hone our craft, as well as learn about 1,000 new skills to add to the ole' resume.
BWW Blog: My First BroadwayWorld Blog! PhotoBWW Blog: My First BroadwayWorld Blog!
by Student Blogger: Emily Naud - June 8, 2020

Hi! This is my first blog post for Broadway World and I couldn't be more excited to talk about my experiences. I'm currently a senior at the University of Illinois studying Lyric Theatre, which is a relatively new program.

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