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Thursday, September 22nd, 2005
12:36 pm - South Fl Halloween Auditions

drama_goose
Hey guys. The theatre where i work is doing an awesome wild wild west themed haunted house. we've got the gouls & spider webs but we need actors! it'll be fun improv and you'll get to scare kids.plus you get service hours. Heres the details.

Read more...Collapse )

interested? call 561-347-3948 & set up an interview.

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10:05 am

adele87
I am relinquishing my moderator status at all my communities with the exception of only a few. If any of you would like to take over the community, comment. I don't feel like I'm a good moderator and I don't feel like I give my communities the attention they deserve.

X-posted to collegemusician, operasingers, performsupport, umkc, vocalmajors, youngperformers

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Sunday, September 11th, 2005
10:52 am

1thousandkisses
Hey Everybody I have a new username x__tearsonice
.♥.

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Friday, September 9th, 2005
10:47 pm

dannm
I want to start classical singing. Any tips for a beginner, especially on resonance? I think it's head resonance, but I also heard its chest so now I'm confused.
Also I find it hard to keep a steady vibrato pulse, making me think that I haven't got vibrato quite right. Any tips on this too?
Thanks

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Thursday, September 1st, 2005
9:58 am

suddensilence
hey everybody! how've you all been? :) good I hope

Well I dont have much of an update but I wanted to tell you that I started a new community a little while ago (and I'm just now attempting to get others to join it lol) so yeah it's called
SilentSingers
so if it sounds interesting you should all go check it out. It probably fits a lot of you and even if you're not a silent singer you're still welcome to join and help those of us who are :)

sorry if this isnt allowed. I'm not trying to replace this community or anything- mine's different. But yeah... go check it out! :)
~Hailey

x-posted

current mood: accomplished

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Wednesday, August 31st, 2005
9:56 pm - recital

pinkstiletto510
(sorry to those who have this on their friends page alot, think of it this way- we must have a lot in common!)

www.DreamWithMeRecital.tk is finally up! ... I'm still awaiting more pictures (the roll of film isnt finished yet)

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Sunday, August 7th, 2005
1:39 pm

juansdrivethru
hey! i need help from you guys!! Audition season for next year college freshman (that's meeee!) is right around the corner. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE is you know ANY hilarioussss contemporary plays, comment with the title! i need to go monologue searching! xox

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Monday, July 18th, 2005
9:17 am

juansdrivethru
Hey guys! i need about a 2 minute monologue that MUSTTTTT be a comedic one (for a girl)! any ideas for one PLEASE post it! thankyou so much!

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Friday, July 15th, 2005
12:13 pm

pinkstiletto510
uh oh! I need help with my recital program, eek!Collapse )

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Monday, July 4th, 2005
5:53 pm

ballerinachika6
Hello! I just joined, and I am new to LJ.
My name is Karin Annalia, and I am 14 years old. I am a singer, actress and dancer. I sing pretty much anything but country and pop, but mostly opera (I am a coloratura soprano). I dance, and I take tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical and pointe (my favorite is pointe). I love to act, and I have acted in over 20 plays/musicals. I perform in some school and camp productions, but mainly in a local professional theatre.

current mood: tired

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Sunday, July 3rd, 2005
5:52 pm - Community for Brits interested in theatre!

dinenglamor
Hello. I'm sorry if it's not OK to advertise communities here; I checked the user info but couldn't see anything against it. I hope this is of interest to you, but if it's not, I'll take it down - just tell me to.

I'm from a new community, britishtheatre. While it's still at fledgling status, the idea is that it's a place where anybody can discuss theatre from all over Britain. There you can review plays, make queries about them, encourage people to see a fantastic small production you've seen, or simply rant about an awful recent experience. Please have a look at it and feel free to join if you're interested.

current mood: lazy

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Friday, July 1st, 2005
8:28 am - Perfect Pitch

caitlin45
Hi Guys,
I thought maybe you'd be interested in joining this, since this is a musician's and performers community. I hope it's okay that I'm promoting another LJ community; if it's not I'd be happy to delete the post.
Thanks.
Caitlin
Do you wish you had perfect pitch? DO you know someone who does? Do you want to know more about it? Do you ever question what it's like for people who have perfect pitch, people who can pull notes out of thin air? Well, if any of these things apply to you, or you are just feeling like joining, hop on over to
perfect_pitch
and see what the fun's all about!
Hope to see you there!
XPosted

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Saturday, June 18th, 2005
4:28 am - Cool?

swore
ATTENTION CHICAGO-TYPE FOLKS!

Looking for a cool way to kick off Pride Weekend or just a good time in general? Well come see the second annual Out in the Loop! Proudly brought to you by About Face Youth Theatre, CALOR, Center on Halsted, GLSEN Chicago, Howard Brown Health Center, and The Raw Works.

Singers! Dancers! Actors! Poets! Free condoms, lube, dental dams, and sex kits! We've got it all here! And we're queer! It rhymes, so it must be true!

Admission is free, but space is limited!

June 24. 7:15 PM. 606 S. State St. (off the Harrison Red line). Hope to see you there!

X-posted everywhere.

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Friday, June 17th, 2005
10:12 pm - Newbie!

broadwaygirly23
Hi everyone!
My name is Lori. I'm 15, and I live in Columbia,South Carolina(the most boring place in the world). Musical Theatre is pretty much my life. I want to be on Broadway more than anything else! I take dance classes(tap, jazz, ballet, musical theatre, and lyrical) and voice. I just got into theatre last spring and since then I've been in community theatre productions of Bye Bye Birdie, Grease, and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever! This Fall I'm in a community theatre production of Beauty and the Beast in which I'm playing a townsperson/column/whisk...not exactly the lead but you got to start somewhere. This seems like a really nice community, and I'm glad I've found a place to discuss my interests with people like me. friend me or IM me at fame239.

current mood: lazy

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Saturday, June 11th, 2005
6:07 pm - Program in Italy and update about the recording of my recent recital (x-posted in a few places)

juliatorgo
Hey everyone!

In two weeks, I'm off to Rome, Italy to participate in Operafestival di Roma's Summer 2005 program. I'll be singing in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro, Puccini's Suor Angelica, and Pergolesi's Stabat Mater. Have any of you done similar programs? Do you have any advice about Italy, singing, stuff to remember to bring, things to watch out for, etc? I would really appreciate your thoughts as this is my first time doing a program like this and I've never been to Italy. Thanks!

Also...

A few weeks ago, I posted a link to a website where I have put the recording of my entire May recital. I just wanted to thank all of you for the incredible feedback that you have given me; I was absolutely blown away by the amount of kindness, support, and helpful advice that I have been getting! I just wanted to let you all know that the site is moving to a more permanent location and that while the old site will continue to work for a few more weeks, here's the new one (which will exist indefinitely and will be updated on a monthly basis with information about my vocal adventures and plans along with any new recordings I might have):

 



www.juliatorgo.com



 



Again, thanks for everyone's wonderful responses. If any of you have any additional thoughts or reactions, please do share them with me, no matter how negative or picky they might be.

With appreciation,
Julia

current mood: creative

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2005
9:48 pm

juansdrivethru
ahhhh guys I need your help!

There is this comedic monologue (for women) called "There's Gotta Be A Better Way". It's basically a two minute monologue about a fast-food worker flipping out at a nagging customer.

...but I can't find it anywhere and I need it ASAP! Do any of you know where to find it? Or who wrote it?

ANY help and I will LOVE you FOREVEEERRR!!


thanks!

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Sunday, May 22nd, 2005
11:51 am - Promotion

shevian
Hello, there. I've just created this community: director_angst
It's for those who need to release some rage from hellish conductors.

If this isn't allowed, I'll take it down, but please, check out the community and tell me what you think. There're still some ratty edges, so please excuse.

x-posted.

current mood: anxious

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12:44 am - YoungOpera

szczur_system
YoungOpera
youngoperayoungoperayoungopera

The new home for young people interested in Opera. The new home for us.

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Thursday, May 19th, 2005
2:33 pm - Recording of my recital is up!

juliatorgo

Hello, again. I posted earlier in the month about my recital which was this past Saturday, May 14th in Los Angeles. I was incredibly pleased with how the performance went (I've never before been happy when listening to a recording of my own singing) and would love to hear what all of you think. Thanks to the wonderful computing abilities and generosity of mechanyx,</span> who created and is hosting a site for me, my entire program (along with some photos) is now on a single website:

 

www.richhorner.com/julia

 

Please go there and listen to at least a song or two and let me know what you think! My personal favorites are "Black Swan", "Zdes Horosho", "Porgi, amor", "O del mio dolce ardor", Monica's Waltz", and "If I Loved You." I'm a 19 year old soprano and will likely end up being a lirico spinto. Please feel free to be critical and as specific as you want to be. I'd appreciate any and all feedback =)

 

Thanks! Everyone in this community is fabulous. I can't wait to get your input.

 

-Julia



current mood: excited

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Monday, April 25th, 2005
11:56 pm - Recital! x-posted in a couple of places (please don't hate me!)

juliatorgo

RECITAL IN LOS ANGELES

 

If any of you live in or near LA: I'm going to be singing my first solo voice recital on Saturday, May 14th at 7:30pm at a church near Pico and La Brea. I'll be singing opera arias, art songs, and a few musical theater pieces. There will also be refreshments following the performance and we could hang out and chat for a while. It's completely free and there is free parking adjacent to the church. If any of you guys are free that night and are interested in going, please e-mail me at JuliaTorgo@gmail.com.

I'm planning on calling the program La Promessa, The Promise. My planned program is under the cut.Collapse )

What do you guys think of the program? Does anyone have any advice for (a) the day of the recital, (b) the days preceding the recital, (c) what to anticipate/plan for, (d) what to ask the people at the church to have ready for me besides a piano (particularly things that might not be so obvious), (e) anything else? Any advice would be great appreciated! Thanks everyone!



current mood: creative

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