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23: Triple Threat Tom Frueh hurryupandwait

    • Performing Arts

This week we are thrilled to welcome a triple (quadruple?) threat, actor/singer/dancer/writer Tom Frueh.  Tom has been a Musical Theatre performer for 30+ years, has written numerous plays and two one-man musicals, and embodies an inspirational spirit, discipline, and dedication to the craft.  We talk to him about learning how to sing and dance, the evolution of musical theatre, creating your own work, and doing what you love, for life.

Tom is constantly training, and shared some of his favorite classes and teachers with hurryupandwait.  The following dance teachers come at his recommendation:

Jim Cooney- Musical Theatre Dance:

http://www.broadwaydancecenter.com/faculty/bios/cooney_jim.shtml 

Matt Powell- Musical Theatre Ballet:

https://www.broadwaydancecenter.com/faculty/bios/powell_matthew.shtml

Ray Hesselink- Tap:

http://www.rayhesselink.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=4&Itemid=5

Lainie Munro- Musical Theatre Dance/ Tap:

http://lainiemunro.com/LainieMunro/teaching.htm

Johan Renvall- Ballet, Private Coaching (Beginner- Advanced):

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/johan-renvall/76/543/713

For more information on Ruth Draper, visit www.drapermonologues.com.  

It’s the final week of this month’s “Monologue Challenge!”  What monologue type is missing from your repertoire? Are you disappointed in Ethan?  Let us know at hurryupandwaitpodcast@gmail.com, on facebook at facebook.com/hurryupandwaitpodcast, or on twitter @huawpodcast.  You can also contact Tom Frueh at tomfrueh@gmail.com.

This week we are thrilled to welcome a triple (quadruple?) threat, actor/singer/dancer/writer Tom Frueh.  Tom has been a Musical Theatre performer for 30+ years, has written numerous plays and two one-man musicals, and embodies an inspirational spirit, discipline, and dedication to the craft.  We talk to him about learning how to sing and dance, the evolution of musical theatre, creating your own work, and doing what you love, for life.

Tom is constantly training, and shared some of his favorite classes and teachers with hurryupandwait.  The following dance teachers come at his recommendation:

Jim Cooney- Musical Theatre Dance:

http://www.broadwaydancecenter.com/faculty/bios/cooney_jim.shtml 

Matt Powell- Musical Theatre Ballet:

https://www.broadwaydancecenter.com/faculty/bios/powell_matthew.shtml

Ray Hesselink- Tap:

http://www.rayhesselink.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=4&Itemid=5

Lainie Munro- Musical Theatre Dance/ Tap:

http://lainiemunro.com/LainieMunro/teaching.htm

Johan Renvall- Ballet, Private Coaching (Beginner- Advanced):

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/johan-renvall/76/543/713

For more information on Ruth Draper, visit www.drapermonologues.com.  

It’s the final week of this month’s “Monologue Challenge!”  What monologue type is missing from your repertoire? Are you disappointed in Ethan?  Let us know at hurryupandwaitpodcast@gmail.com, on facebook at facebook.com/hurryupandwaitpodcast, or on twitter @huawpodcast.  You can also contact Tom Frueh at tomfrueh@gmail.com.

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