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  • 5 Ways to Make Creative Repertoire Choices

    Your book of audition songs should be a representation of who you are, plain and simple. What you choose to sing tell us a lot about you; beyond simply letting us hear your voice, these pieces help us learn what kind of stories attract you, what ideas you think are important, and what you have to say to the world. The more inventive and specific your song choices are, the more interested creative teams can be in you and your work. While it is important to have some standard pieces in your book, there is also a place for finding some bolder, less expected options in selecting rep. Here are five ideas to jump-start your individuality:
    1. Turn a duet/trio/ensemble into a solo. If you love “Light in the Piazza,” why not sing a verse of “Say it Somehow” instead of “The Beauty Is”? If you’re a Sondheim fan, couldn’t a section of “Our Time” work just as well as “Everybody Says Don’t”? Very often, ensemble pieces can be adapted into a solo form with minimal changes. Listen to a few of your favorite cast albums this week, and keep your ear open for these possibilities.  
    2. Gender bend. An easy way for a song to feel fresh is

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