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Tennessee Williams Festival: En Avant!

November 5th, 2020|Categories: Area Arts Organizations, Arts Personalities, Fairs & Festivals, Local Interest, Theatre|

The first night of the 5th Annual Festival features "Something Wild" with Ken Page and "Tom and Rose" with Jeremy Lawrence, followed by commentary with Tom Mitchell, TWStL Scholar-in-Residence. Tune in at 7pm to Classic 107.3 to hear these incredible performances!

Attuned: Cast Me at The Muny, Episode 8

September 11th, 2020|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: |

Meet Spencer Donovan Jones, native St. Louisan and Muny Teen who is a veteran – at 15 – of ten shows at the Muny and a national tour of The King and I. We talk about his first Muny Kid audition at the tender age of seven, the close bonds of the Muny Kids and Teens, and how Muny auditions are different from others. Spencer shares what he’s been working on during the summer (teaching himself guitar, among other things).

Attuned: Cast Me at The Muny, Episode 7

September 4th, 2020|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: |

Meet Leah Berry, a Missouri actor who has been in several Muny productions (as well as in the audience) and performs with other local theatres. We discuss how she prepares for auditions and the importance of being able to sing everything in your book. Leah shares her best audition story, which will make you glad you’re not on reality TV, and talks about how her Muny audition experience has changed.

Attuned: Cast Me at The Muny, Episode 6

August 28th, 2020|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: |

Meet Michael James Reed, actor and audition coach who has worked in theatre hotspots like London, Los Angeles, and New York and appeared in more than a dozen Muny productions. We talk about about how auditions at The Muny are different, and what Michael did on both sides of the table in 2020. We discuss Michael’s background and he shares some of his wisdom on audition choices and preparation.

Attuned: Cast Me at The Muny, Episode 5

August 21st, 2020|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: |

Meet April Strelinger, native St. Louisan and local actress who has performed at The Muny and other local theatres. In our conversation, we discuss April's experience with The Muny and what makes the theatre such a special place, from its unique challenges to that fabled Muny Magic. April shares how she prepares for auditions, including how she deals with nerves and practices self-care, and we hear her best audition story.

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