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Getting to know you 🎢
Hey Theatre Singer! 🎭 Welcome to Dan Callaway Studio -- This community helps theatre singers sing great, audition beautifully, get to work, and create a wholehearted life through top-notch tools. We encourage each other, stoke generosity, and remember there's only one you, and somebody needs to her the story only you can sing. STEP 1: Introduce yourself below! (βœ‚οΈ copy paste these questions πŸ‘‡) πŸ“ Where are you from? and/or Where do you live now? 🎡 What song(s) are you currently working on? πŸ¦„ Wave a magic wand and make one thing about your artist life true. What would happen? STEP 2: Read the rules and find out what you can start using in the classroom.
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Getting to know you 🎢
The Who
It's a band AND a question. This has been profound for me, and I want to invite you into this. I want you to open your heart and give yourself some deep permission to listen and discern what your immediate purpose is right now -- what's your most alive mission? And in order to live that mission, WHO do you have to be to handle that responsibility? Let yourself bubble and fizz on that for the next few days. See who that person is, and know that in your entire timeline visible in all its completeness from quantum mechanical and divine perspectives, you're already that. So what if you let that you-tree go ahead and grow now, deepen roots now, inform the choices you're making and the time you're investing now? This question has come for me in the last few months, and it's changing me into who God put me here to be -- I want you to meditate on it, too. There are folks who need you to do that thing you've been pretending to do but skillfully hiding. Tell me what yours is, and I'll share mine in the comments later. Let us know. Love and purpose to you
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Teacher Feature -- Cassi Mikat
Y'all -- I told you about @Cassi Mikat a little already. Together with Will Pazdziora they're The Voice Collective working out of NYC. Cassi is multi-faceted. Knows her way around an aria like nobody's business, teaches rough effects for rock like a boss, and has a way of seeing you and calling out what's natural and special. I've seen her do it a lot. And, she'll have you recovering for days if you hear her sing. One time at the BoCo she sang "If I Can't Love Her" from Beauty and the Beast, and I wasn't well for the rest of the weekend. Look her up -- follow her and will on IG -- https://www.instagram.com/voice.collective/p/CxyGOtYOVEq/?img_index=1
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Maker times and manager times
I've learned recently about makers and managers. I'm definitely a maker. Makers like to enter a flow state for hours on end when time disappears where deep work can happen -- practice, writing, editing, sculpting, painting, cooking .... Managers reach the end of a day full of productive meetings, answered emails, and other complete administrative tasks feeling satisfied and gratified. When a manager asks a maker to stop their work at 10am for a meeting, makers can get real real crusty, and managers are like, "What are you doing with that 4-hour open block in your calendar??" And when makers and managers learn to combine and respect their wonder twin powers, lots of great synergy can happen. If you're a maker who needs to do manager tasks (and we all do), it's great to plan your week accordingly -- days devoted more to making, and days that are more manager oriented. Or half the day for making and the rest for managing. Depends on your circadian rhythms, too. In the coming months, I'm excited @Melissa Callaway and I are going to be teaming up to build the studio and getting more work out into the world, and since she's a BOSS manager, I'm so grateful our respective skills can come together. How can you support the maker and manager in you?
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Before it's too late 🎡
Thinking of that song "Purpose" from Avenue Q -- This week I sent an email about hooking into your purpose and how being a musical theatre singer harmonizes with that. A big part of my purpose is to help people heal. I've experienced a lot of healing in my life, and few things are more satisfying to me than hearing a singer say, "I enjoy singing again" or seeing them able to access themselves in new ways. Watching someone become kinder to themselves. Pointing people in helpful directions and sharing what's worked for me. Even when I sing, I want the sound of my voice to be a healing medium, a vibration that communicates to the hearer -- you're precious, God loves you, and you're here for beautiful reasons. What's one thing that's part of your purpose, and how does singing resonate with that?
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