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Come behind the scenes as we talk with top industry artists and professionals about the stories that led them to the stage doors they enter today.
On Sunday November 23, 2014, the 1996 Broadway revival of John Kander and Fred Ebb's Chicago played its 7,486th performance and became the second longest-running Broadway show in history.
Stephen Purdy is known throughout New York’s music community as a top vocal coach for artists, and next year, his book Musical Theatre Song: Selection, Preparation, and Presentation for the Contemporary Stage will be available to artists all over the country. His musical direction and conducting credits include Broadway and national tour productions of Peter Pan, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and The Full Monty, and nowadays, he educates vocal students and runs the New York Vocal Coaching Studio in addition to teaching at Marymount Manhattan College and the American Musical Theatre Academy in London, England. Stage Door Connections sat down with Stephen to talk about how he discovered musical direction and vocal coaching as a career path, his experiences working with various groups of artists throughout this career, and his upcoming book.
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