Resources

We have compiled this list of resources for students and families. If you have additional resource suggestions, please email them to Education Director, Corey Dunne.

General

NorthWest Theatre News, a high school theatre site

Educational Theatre Association

Theatre Puget Soundour local theatre community website, chock full of great information, audition postings and resources.

National Young Arts Foundation (formerly known as the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts), includes scholarship opportunities.

Sheet Music Plus, a great resource for music books

The Actor’s Handbook, Seattle Directory

Title Max, Fun songs for young beginning performers

College Prep

Consortium of Conservatory Theatre Training Programs An alliance of professional theatre training conservatories offering focused programs in a university environment. The members of the consortium include Boston University, Carnegie Mellon University, the North Carolina School of the Arts, and the State University of New York at Purchase. Auditions held in major cities in January and February

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid):

Princeton Review, a college review and test prep site

National Association for College Admission Counseling, an organization dedicated to serving students making college choices and college admission counseling professionals.

National YoungArts Foundation includes scholarship opportunities on their site.

The Common Application

National Society of Arts and Letters includes scholarship opportunities on their site.

College Information

www.accreditedschoolsonline.org

www.RateMyProfessors.com

Top Schools for Musical Theater

Music

Music: Theory lessons and resources:
www.musictheory.net

www.8notes.com/theory

www.teoria.com

www.trainer.thetamusic.com

Virtual keyboard

Music: General resources:
Studio East Looking for a private voice teachers? Check out the voice instructors who teach at Studio East!

www.sheetmusicplus.com A great resource for music books:

Voicedoctor.net Offers videos and an explanation of the physiology of the voice.  The site also stresses that there are three contributors to vocal disorders: 1. Quantity of vocalizing, 2.) Volume 3.) Technique.  Overuse is the most likely culprit for vocal issues.

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