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Episode 17: What I Learned from a Drag Queen

In this episode we take a deep dive into the root of the art of drag – Lip Sync. Many people disregard lip sync as an art form and I am here to advocate why every performer should learn to lip sync like a Drag Queen.

Drag Queens are notorious for the flamboyant costumes, outrageous hair and creative make-up but what most people fail to see is the art and focus that goes into the lip sync portion of the performance. We also discuss the importance of every performer learning to lip sync and learning to perform drag.

For more information or drag training – email me at Reggie@beingonstage.com

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Episode 16: What Should I Wear?

How do you decide what you wear on stage? This should always be part of your plan. What you wear is an extension of the performance.

Your Audience needs you to put thought into your visual presentation of yourself. You could be the best musician or singer or drag queen or dancer in the world but the audience will not care if you are not presented well. You cannot get on stage it your street clothes, gym clothes, or “running-errands clothes.” A great outfit does need to cost a fortune, take a trip to a craft shore and a thrift shop – find a way to CREATE your vision.

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Episode 15: Appearance Matters

How do you feel after a haircut? A fresh Shave? A new style? A shower?

Chances are you are like most people and you feel refreshed and have a little pep in your step.

That little pep…That’s your confidence coming out to play. Most everyone feels more confident when they freshen up their appearance and that confidence can make worlds of difference on stage. No matter your style, you should be showering and trimming and just “freshening” prior to stepping on stage, every time. When you feel good, you are confident and when you are confident you perform better for your audience.

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