Looking for some musical theatre songs that are sure to impress at your next audition? The wide repertoire of musical theatre songs is full of everything from desperate ballads to uproarious anthems. All of these memorable songs are great ways to express both your voice and your acting skills. When you pour your heart and soul into these theatrical pieces, audiences are sure to resonate. Curious how lessons work? Sign up for more information about our private lessons. Submit Sign up successful. To kick off our guide to the best musical theatre songs , check out the video from our expert vocal coach Betsy. In it, she shares which musical theatre songs are the right fit for each voice type and role.
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March 29th, by Laura Josepher. Is your audition book boring even to you? Are you too busy to try to find something new to sing? We represent over writers and almost songs, all searchable by voice and song type. So we have LOTS of suggestions for brilliant, underperformed songs from writers you need to know that will help you stand out in the crowd. Here are 10 amazing contemporary musical theatre songs ready for you to discover:. Music by: Anna Dagmar. Lyrics by: Kevin Wanzor Are you a mezzo with sass searching for a jazzy comedic uptempo? Music by: Nicky Phillips. Lyrics by: Sarah Ziegeler We love this funny song perfect for a teen girl expressing her frustration as she hunts for her true passion in life.
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