Musical Theatre training brings so much life to your musicianship and to your life. When you are involved in Musical Theatre, you gain many benefits that trickle into other aspects of your life. You will build your self-confidence. As you are learning to become more comfortable and confident with the way your body moves and your instrument works, you find that comfortability in your day-to-day life as well. Training your voice in Musical Theatre creates a new space for expressing your emotions. Whether you’re feeling sad, happy, excited, lonely, or apathetic, there is a storyline and song to go along with that.
Musical Theatre and Working With Others
Musical Theatre training gives you an opportunity to build and grow your social skills. Because Musical Theatre is interactive most of the time, you learn to react to other people in the moment. You are able to bounce emotion off of the other people around you. In order to put together a successful performance, you have to be able to work together no matter what is going on around you. This means that you have to learn how to communicate with other people. This may require you to work out problems with others. You may have to put things in a way that others can understand them, even if it is not the way you would put it originally. You will also be able to connect more with people, and learn how to relate to situations you yourself may not be in. This teaches you how to be sympathetic with others. Developing your instrument in a creative way with other people provides an experience and closeness that is not easily compared to. Starting your journey to performing Musical Theatre will bring you to a new level of joy within yourself and trickle down to those around you.