Joining the conversation on Cue To Cue today is Singer/Actor Patricia Phillips and current member of the Broadway cast of The Phantom Of The Opera! Patricia is sharing her wealth of knowledge from years of experience as a performer. She leaves nothing on the table in this episode as she opens up some of the most important and lessons and vulnerable moments that have transformed her on her artist's journey.
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In this episode:
- What advice she would give if you when you are recording a cast album
- How to keep your creativity fresh and you cup full as an artist when you have been playing in s show for a long time
- The importance of learning how to accept compliments as an artist
- The signs to look for that it might be time to move on to a new agent
- How practicing gratitude has become a pillar of strength and happiness for her as an artist
Let Go Of Your Ego, Get Grateful, And Learn To Take A Compliment!
A little about Patricia:
Patricia is thrilled and honored to be the first African American woman to play the Tony Award-winning role of Carlotta in the longest running show on Broadway, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. I appeared in the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of KINKY BOOTS with Billy Porter and Wayne Brady and with Emma Thompson, Bryn Terfel, and Audra McDonald in the Emmy Award-winning Live at Lincoln Center production of SWEENEY TODD. Other Broadway credits include the Tony Award-winning productions of LA BOHÈME, THE SECRET GARDEN and THE SOUND OF MUSIC and I can be heard on all three original cast recordings on DreamWorks, Columbia, and RCA Victor. Other New York Credits include JERRY SPRINGER THE OPERA with Harvey Keitel at Carnegie Hall, LOST IN THE STARS at City Center’s Encores!. Regionally I have played Medda in NEWSIES and Abuela in IN THE HEIGHTS. Television credits include THE TONY AWARDS, THE SOPRANOS, ONE LIFE TO LIVE and Film: EVERYBODY’S FINE with Robert DeNiro. My concert work includes performances with The Pittsburgh Symphony, The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, The Minnesota Orchestra, The Indianapolis Symphony, The Bay Area Symphony, The Sioux City Symphony, The River City Brass Band, and The Virginia Symphony. I consider my son, David, my finest production to date.
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