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Vocal Exercises

Musical Theatre Audition Tips, Part 2: Audition Etiquette and Song Cutting

Lip trills are great to just get your voice moving before an audition. They're light, therapeutic, and don't wear your voice out. If a lip trill isn't happening, you can also try a tongue trill or a hum.

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Musical Theater Audition Tips, Part 2 - Audition Etiquette and Song Cutting

Great vocal technique is so important for a musical theatre audition. But just as important is knowing how to audition. Put your best foot forward with some tips for cutting your song, as well as day-of audition etiquette.

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