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How I Budgeted For: My Debut EP

As part of #MoneyMattersMarch, we are launching a new series where artists contribute articles discussing how they created and executed budgets for their projects. First up, the incredibly talented musician, producer, and singer/songwriter Kyle Guffey describes in detail how she planned the production of her first recording: the Good Mood EP. Read on for an in-depth analysis into pre-production, recording, and post-production of an independently released recording.

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Interview: Hamilton National Tour Actor Austin Scott on His Journey to and Interpretation of Alexander Hamilton

Hamilton actor Austin Scott has just wrapped up his time playing Alexander Hamilton in the national tour and he is now setting his sights on new endeavors. Read on to learn more about his time on tour, the path that led him to playing one of the most iconic characters in musical history, and what he hopes lies ahead as he starts his next chapter.

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Interview: Grey Henson on His Path to Broadway and Playing the Iconic Role of Damian in Mean Girls on Broadway

In honor of our one year anniversary (and October 3rd falling on a Wednesday), we’re sharing behind-the-scenes looks at the development of Mean Girls the musical through the eyes of two leading cast members. First up, Grey Henson discussing his fresh take on the character of Damian, the process of producing a new musical, and the path that lead him to Broadway

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Interview: Emmy Award-Winning Filmmaker Julia Gorbach on Immersive Storytelling and the Importance of Human Connection

Julia Gorbach has made a career out of experimentation—with ideas, disciplines, and different experiences. As an award-winning, multi-hyphenated artist, she has used her art to transcend the normal bounds of communication and expression, constantly developing immersive experiences for her viewers and new artistic challenges for herself. Read on to learn more about her world and her ever-changing way of creating.

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Interview: Media Producer Christy Steele on Uncovering and Cultivating One's Passions

After working for over ten years in the media and film industry, Christy Steele has learned the importance of self-motivation, how to manage personalities, and the value in always "thinking bigger." Read ahead to learn more about these observations and her plans to continue sharing fascinating stories, from underwater depths to the darkest corners of the universe.

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Interview: Broadway's Cheerleader-in-Chief Abby DePhillips on Pageants, Princess Parties, and Her Passion for Theatre

Our final Gagged Girls Takeover interview features Abby DePhillips, one of Broadway's biggest fans, Miss Teen United States 2014, and an OG member of the Gagged Girl Gang. Read ahead to learn about her work with Broadway artists and the many friendships she's built along the way.

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Interview: Wicked Dresser Teale Dvornik on the Business of Building a Broadway Brand

Our third #GaggedGirlsTakeover interview features Teale Dvornik, a dresser at Wicked the musical and an emerging style and Broadway influencer. Read on for her tips on pursuing a career in theatre, developing a social media following, and putting your dreams and plans into motion.

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Interview: LJ Wright on Life as a Dresser in Disney's Aladdin on Broadway

Introducing our next Gagged Girl Gang member, LJ Wright! LJ sat down with Indicoe to discuss life as a dresser on Broadway and what it's like working with her best friends on Gagged Chokers.

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Interview: Aladdin on Broadway's Courtney Reed on Launching a Business While Playing a Real Life Disney Princess

Ever wondered what it's like to be a real life Disney princess? Then check out our interview with Courtney Reed, who originated the role of Jasmine in Aladdin on Broadway. In honor of Courtney's final performances as Jasmine on Broadway, we're taking a look back at her career and the many steps she has taken to make her dreams come true.

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How to Lose a Collaborator in 10 Ways

Do you remember the days of group projects in school and the conflicts that would develop as you tried to share the work evenly? Well, the potential for conflicts doesn't disappear once you leave school. Read on to learn which traps and pitfalls to avoid when working with fellow artists and collaborators on both passion projects and group projects.

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