Am I a Fraud? Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

Am I a Fraud? Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

I’m no stranger to imposter syndrome. I routinely question my abilities, my talents, my prospects, and my creative potential relative to the industry. I frequently wonder if I’m practicing enough, learning enough, applying myself to the right opportunities. I also often wonder if I deserve it. That’s the big one, and I had an experience with that quite recently.

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Theater is Everywhere: Even in the Sky

Theater is Everywhere: Even in the Sky

I literally find drama everywhere I go, whether it’s in my own exceptionally dramatic behavior, or in the universal human habits, I notice which are sneakily Tony-worthy. I’m spending my summer in my hometown, and not doing very many theatrical things. But upon returning home, I was almost immediately struck by a rather intrusive recognition of drama in my life. 

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How Cisgender Performers Can Be Allies to the Trans* Community

How Cisgender Performers Can Be Allies to the Trans* Community

It’s Pride Month, one of the best times of the year! Tony nominations are out, summer stocks have begun their seasons, and Broadway is covered in rainbows. Pride month is a generally really fun time for all queer people, but it’s thanks to the trans* community that Pride even started. So, in the spirit of Pride and looking at ways to support the community, below are ways that cisgender theatre-makers can be allies to the trans* community this month!

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