How do you go from working a day job as a legal assistant to spending almost two decades playing Janis Joplin on broadway? Kacee Clanton answers this question and more, revealing how she ended up on a Broadway stage, what she learned working with Joe Cocker, how she’s overcome stage fright, and techniques she uses to help her singing students to dig deeper in their own work.
- Kacee on Instagram
- The Osborne Head and Neck Institute
- Reena Gupta
- It’s okay to make mistakes. Sometimes it’s just about taking one step back.
- As a support singer, be on time, know your material, carry your own bags, and fly under the radar.
- Job offers involve good chemistry with others. You can be the best in the building, but it’s really about being the fun hang who has the chops.
- Stay out of other people’s issues with each other.
- Stop comparing yourself to others.
- Outside of your comfort zone is where discovery happens.
- Being really good and being really great are two very different approaches.
- You have to treat yourself lovely!
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Special thanks to Kacee for joining me on the podcast this week!