Casey Erin Clark sang at the Tony Awards a few months ago: a dream come true for a Midwestern girl who grew up singing in church and starring in school musicals. But it may not have happened if she had landed the Broadway role that she thought was her ticket to the big-time. After earning a degree in fine arts, Casey came to New York City to try to make it on Broadway. After making her off-Broadway debut, she soon found success when she landed a role in the cast of the 25th anniversary national tour of Les Miserables. A few months after the tour ended, Casey was in final callbacks for the show’s highly anticipated Broadway revival. It was the role she was made for; she could feel it. But she didn’t get the part. And that’s when Casey began to realize that she might just have another calling.
Episode Links and Resources:
Vital Voice Training Website: https://vitalvoicetraining.com/
Voice (Is) Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/voice-is/id1484301232
Casey Erin Clark’s LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caseyerinclark/
Broadway Inspirational Voices: https://broadwayinspirationalvoices.org/
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