How to choose the song material for your musical theatre audition? 

Every musician must be well prepared when they walk into the audition room. If you do not choose the song for upcoming auditions and get confused with different options, then you must avoid a brand-new song regardless of whether it fits the show or not. You can develop a good book of tried and true songs you know well, practice on a regular basis, feel connected to at all times and perform well at any time. Having a good collection of songs in different categories is vital to make a well-informed decision on time.

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Musicians can make a good category list to find what boxes to check off and keep away from new and interesting ideas when you require presenting an outstanding performance within a short time.  Some of these categories are classic musical theatre, contemporary musical theatre, mainstream pop, rock and country songs, 1960s-1990s musical theatre, Disney, Comedic songs and Jazz. The best examples for classic musical theatre options are Jerome Kern, Burton Lane, Irvin Berlin and Kurt Weil. Disney classic examples are Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. Extraordinary examples of Jazz options are George Gershwin, Fats Waller, Harold Arlen and Duke Ellington.

Doing a show is fun beyond doubt, but how to choose the genre of show is a challenging thing for almost every beginner. You can enhance your performance in the musical theatre when you understand the basics to choose the song material at first. Users of the first-class practice resource in this genre can guide their professional theatre group to a musical which fits their financial plan, production capabilities, creative team and the audiences. You can categorize and describe the famous and little-known shows by different factors like the story, famous songs, staging the sets, props and costumes you require, musical requirements and chorus and dance numbers.