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BWW Blog: My Decision to Go to Dutchess Community College PhotoBWW Blog: My Decision to Go to Dutchess Community College
by Student Blogger: Benjamin Simonetty - August 11, 2020

There is often a stigma around community college.
BWW Blog: The Importance of Remembering Your Worth PhotoBWW Blog: The Importance of Remembering Your Worth
by Student Blogger: Allison Kephart - August 11, 2020

Look at the bright side of things and be proud of the little accomplishments you make.
BWW Blog: Remembering Nick Cordero - A Life Lived PhotoBWW Blog: Remembering Nick Cordero - A Life Lived
by Student Blogger: Izzi Diaz - August 11, 2020

For the past month, the Broadway community has suffered through the tremendous loss of one of our brightest, Nick Cordero.
BWW Blog: A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man (Part 3) PhotoBWW Blog: A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man (Part 3)
by Student Blogger: Michael Bailey - August 10, 2020

III. ...And There Was No Pomp or Circumstance
BWW Blog: When Art Can't Be the Outlet PhotoBWW Blog: When Art Can't Be the Outlet
by Student Blogger: Emily Hoffert - August 10, 2020

The shutdown of Broadway and most/all theatrical activity this summer hit me hard.
BWW Blog: A Letter to the Krannert Center PhotoBWW Blog: A Letter to the Krannert Center
by Student Blogger: Emily Naud - August 10, 2020

Dear Krannert Center, I miss you.
BWW Blog: My Last “Normal” Theatre Experiences Before the Pandemic PhotoBWW Blog: My Last “Normal” Theatre Experiences Before the Pandemic
by Student Blogger: Maura Consedine - August 10, 2020

I know that I will never forget the last week I (unknowingly) spent in New York City before the coronavirus struck the United States with a vengeance. 
BWW Blog: Remember Sandy Koufax - My Career and My Religion PhotoBWW Blog: Remember Sandy Koufax - My Career and My Religion
by Student Blogger: Emma Rose Dorsch - August 7, 2020

My Judaism and theatre have always gone hand in hand.
BWW Blog: Adapting a Theatre Lesson Plan for Online Learning PhotoBWW Blog: Adapting a Theatre Lesson Plan for Online Learning
by Student Blogger: Caroline Conard - August 7, 2020

One of my classes of this semester was Methods of Teaching Drama, A.K.A, how to be a theatre teacher.
BWW Blog: Staying Inspired While Staying Inside PhotoBWW Blog: Staying Inspired While Staying Inside
by Student Blogger: Maria Puig - August 7, 2020

Social media has allowed me and countless other theater kids to share their talents and connect with each other.
BWW Blog: A Love Letter to the Stage Door PhotoBWW Blog: A Love Letter to the Stage Door
by Student Blogger: Katy Dara - August 6, 2020

There was always something magical to me about the stage door. To me, the opportunity to meet the actors after seeing a show was unlike any other.
BWW Blog: Take Off Those Drama Romance Goggles - Part 2 PhotoBWW Blog: Take Off Those Drama Romance Goggles - Part 2
by Student Blogger: Chloe Hechter - August 6, 2020

I admittedly once wore drama goggles with the strongest of prescriptions. 
BWW Blog: Tap Into These Top 10 Dance Numbers PhotoBWW Blog: Tap Into These Top 10 Dance Numbers
by Student Blogger: Maeve Reilly - August 5, 2020

Here are ten of my favorite dance numbers, and trust me, I know Ia??m missing some. And yes, many of these probably involve some kind of tap dance component. I have no shame.
BWW Blog: Now Is The Time To Get Experimental (With Digital Theatre) PhotoBWW Blog: Now Is The Time To Get Experimental (With Digital Theatre)
by Student Blogger: Katelen Hankins - August 5, 2020

My favorite aspect of digital theatre that Ia??ve been seeing is the switch from casual to in-character that most shows are made for you NOT to see.
BWW Blog: The Plus in Casting Plus Sized Women PhotoBWW Blog: The Plus in Casting Plus Sized Women
by Student Blogger: Emma Rose Dorsch - August 4, 2020

Many leading lady roles in the musical theatre canon could not only be played by plus-sized women easily but when played by plus-sized women, add an extremely interesting and revolutionary take on the role.
BWW Blog: The Show Cannot Go On, But the Workers Must Survive - A Response to Nick We PhotoBWW Blog: The Show Cannot Go On, But the Workers Must Survive - A Response to Nick Westrate's Article on The Daily Beast
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - August 4, 2020

Actor Nick Westrate (Turn: Washingtona??s Spies, Bernhardt/Hamlet) wrote a free article for The Daily Beast entitled a?oeAmerican Theater Workers Urgently Need Financial Help. The Government Must Step In.'
BWW Blog: How to Feel Like You're Still an ASM- A (Fake) Guide for the Isolated Theat PhotoBWW Blog: How to Feel Like You're Still an ASM- A (Fake) Guide for the Isolated Theatre Student
by Student Blogger: Nora Rhein - August 3, 2020

Herea??s six things you can do at home to make you feel like youa??re back in the wings of your show
BWW Blog: Why I Chose the University of Illinois PhotoBWW Blog: Why I Chose the University of Illinois
by Student Blogger: Emily Naud - August 3, 2020

I had been studying classical voice and musical theatre in high school and I thought why not? Funny enough, I had never heard of the program, let alone the University of Illinois, even though it was a Big 10 school. So I applied to their voice program. 
BWW Blog: Watch What Happens PhotoBWW Blog: Watch What Happens
by Student Blogger: Christina Samanie - August 3, 2020

Over quarantine, I have spent more time journaling than I ever have in the past. Not only does it provide me with a sense of ease, but it keeps me focused and gives me something to look back on.
BWW Blog: My Summer at The Stella Adler Self-Generated Theater Intensive PhotoBWW Blog: My Summer at The Stella Adler Self-Generated Theater Intensive
by Student Blogger: Brigid Pfeifer - August 3, 2020

At The Stella Adler Self-Generated Theater Intensive, I would be able to take charge in a number of projects as well as collaborate with others on original pieces. This was enough to sign me up and plan to live in New York City for a month.
BWW Blog: Spotlight on the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina PhotoBWW Blog: Spotlight on the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
by Student Blogger: Cassie Maurer - August 3, 2020

I took to interviewing the Arts Center of Coastal Carolinaa??s Vice President of Marketing Andrea Gannon, who imparted to me knowledge of the Arts Centera??s future, goals, and how to lend them a helping hand. 
BWW Blog: No Experience Necessary - The Stage is for Anyone PhotoBWW Blog: No Experience Necessary - The Stage is for Anyone
by Student Blogger: Blake Velick - August 3, 2020

Whether you have been performing and designing forever or just started in college, you are welcome in the theatre. Everyone has a place in the theatre.
BWW Blog: How to Go Back This Fall PhotoBWW Blog: How to Go Back This Fall
by Student Blogger: Brittany Davis - August 3, 2020

As Ia??ve been thinking about going back to school, I thought I would share with you what will be my list of essentials heading back into the academic year studying the arts.
BWW Blog: How My University is Changing in the Fall PhotoBWW Blog: How My University is Changing in the Fall
by Student Blogger: Alyssa Schmidek - August 3, 2020

There are going to be a lot of changes, positive and negative, coming to universities all over the country this fall. This is how my school is making changes to keep their students and staff safe for the upcoming semester. 
BWW Blog: Embracing Your Side Hustle PhotoBWW Blog: Embracing Your Side Hustle
by Student Blogger: Matthew Green - August 3, 2020

Many theater artists have a a?oeside hustle,' a complimentary job, usually freelance, that you can do on your own time to help supplement income.

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