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Dan LoBuono - Adjudicator for The Applause Awards
It’s Applause Awards season! If that is news to you, you’ll want to hear from adjudicator Dan LoBuono about what the Applause Awards are and how you can see the winning performances. Dan is a Broadway veteran turned Casting Director and on-air talent. He brings his expertise to Dr. Phillips Center’s Applause Awards program by watching High School Musicals from all over Central Florida, sharing his critique with the directors and nominating stand-out performances for the final show that happens at Dr. Phillips Center in June.
Diego Lucano - From the Classroom to Broadway
Diego Lucano made his Broadway debut last year and returns to where he started his theatrical training, the Dr. Phillips Center Florida Hospital School of the Arts. We had a conversation over cake about his experience on Broadway and as a student here.
Crystal Edwards - Dance Teacher
Crystal Edwards is a dancer, a teacher, a choreographer, an innovator and a mom. She brings all of that to her work with the Dr. Philips Center Florida Hospital School of the Arts in the classes she teaches from contemporary to jazz to the baby wearing Move with Me. In this episode of Arts for Every Life, we find out what it’s like to take her class and how movement and dance can enhance your life.
Nick Spangler and Emily Ferranti - An American in Paris
In this episode of Arts for Every Life we talked to Nick Spangler and Emily Ferranti from the Broadway touring production of An American in Paris. We talk about career paths, rehearsal process, character development and the touring life, including Nick’s ‘tour’ as the winner of The Amazing Race.
Chat Back with the Cast of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
To celebrate #givingTuesday we wanted to share with you one of the programs our Members and Donors support through their charitable gifts. During the run of Broadway shows here at the arts center, our education department hosts a Chat Back with the cast. In this episode of Arts for Every Life we recorded the entire cast of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time answering audience questions.