Performer Stuff Presents “In the Holding Room” Industry Podcast Episode 11
Written by: Christiaan Abbott
April 22, 2021
Performer Stuff continues with episode 11 of the new podcast “In the Holding Room”. The podcast, hosted by Christiaan Abbott, features industry insiders and Broadway professionals to help you crush your next audition! New episodes drop on Performer Stuff every Wednesday.
Clare Halse, West End leading lady, in “Performer Spotlight,” tells us what it was like auditioning for shows like Wicked. “Thank you 5” is all about being likable, so people want to keep working with you. In “Professor’s Corner,” Sean Michael Flowers and I discuss keeping your mental wellness in check.
Intro to this Episode
In this episode of In “The Holding Room,” we are joined by performer Clare Halse. She has performed on some of the biggest West End and European Stages as Judy Haynes in White Christmas at Dominion Theatre, London. Sarah Brown, Guys, and Dolls at Théâtre Marigny, Paris. Peggy Sawyer, 42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London. Kathy Selden, Singin’ in the Rain at Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris. And in Gypsy at Savoy Theatre, London… to name a few.
In “Thank you 5,” this week, I talk about staying likable. Many guests talk about being the kind of person people want to work with, so you get hired. Well, once you’re hired, there are a few things to keep in mind, so people want to keep working with you or work with you again.
In “Professor’s Corner,” Sean Michael Flowers and I discuss keeping an eye on your mental wellness in this crazy industry as well as going on artist dates with yourself to keep that creative spark burning and some other tips for staying positive.
Click on the video below to watch “In the Holding Room” Episode 11