The Necessity of Becoming a Renaissance Artist During COVID (And Beyond!)

To be a performing artist today looks a little different now than it did eight months ago. Like many of you during this time, I was left with the question, “now what?” With theaters, cabaret venues, and concert halls dark, it has everyone wondering what’s next for our industry and our place in it. The […]

Director Matt Lenz’s Words of Wisdom to the Young Actor

Four takeaways from my interview with Matt: When starting out in theatre, say yes to everything and anything possible. Once you’re established you’ll be able to focus on the work that matters to you, whether that’s creating material that inspires people or challenges their thought processes. “This pandemic has been a reset to sit back, […]

Paige Price on the Importance of Being Plugged Into Everything Theater

Paige Price has had a remarkable career not only as a performer, but in the business side of things as well. Price has starred in a number of critically acclaimed Broadway shows, including Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Beauty and the Beast, and 42nd Street. She has starred in films such as All the Right Moves, He […]

Betwixt and Between: Finding the Right Pitstop Between College and NYC

Opry Land dancers

There I was, a fresh-faced graduate from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, standing in a tuxedo on the stage of the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, singing my first professional gig with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. I might have been the youngest guy to sign a contract with the BSO—however short it was—and I was on […]