How do we, as artists, not only accept our experiences but take ownership of our experience and use them to deepen our understanding and propel us further into our exploration on our creative journey?
Singer/Actor/Vocal Coach Steve Czarnecki is joining the conversation on Cue To Cue! Steve shares his experiences with a wide open heart. There is a real unapologetic honesty about Steve’s ability to share is experiences as an artist. If you struggle to find the balance between going with the flow of creativity while driving in the direction of your dreams, then listen closely to not only to what Steve says but how he talks about his experiences and how he has used them to inform his craft and career.
Steve Czarnecki: Take Ownership Of Your Creative Career
A little about Steve!
Steve has performed for the last three and a half years on two major Equity national tours. First Steve was a swing on the spectacular new version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera, he covered nine different roles as well as fulfilled the duties of the shows fight captain. Most recently Steve was understudying both Valjean and Javert on the National Tour of Les Miserables, he was also in the ensemble every night as well as being the shows fight captain. While in the city Steve has had the pleasure of performing in New York City Center’s acclaimed “ENCORES!” Series. He has also performed at countless regional theatre’s including The MUNY, Papermill Playhouse, The Fulton Theatre, and North Shore Music Theatre. Favorite roles include Enjolras in Les Miserables, Pharaoh in Joseph, and Joe in Damn Yankees. Steve received his BFA in Musical Theatre from Otterbein University in 2009 and has been living in NYC with his wife Liz since that time.
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