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As written by nonfiction writer Brian Castner, "Who has an opera made of their life? Roman gods, doomed lovers, Richard Nixon and now, to our great surprise, my wife Jessie and I. As I wrote my memoir, I admit that I didn't have an operatic adaptation in the front of my...

source: Literary Hub

When "Dog Days" by David T. Little and Royce Vavrek had its world premiere in 2012 at New Jersey's Peak Performances at Montclair State, the response was electric. The tale of a family disintegrating in a post-apocalyptic world, a brutal exegesis of the limits of endurance,...

source: The Wall Street Journal

The attention-grabbing potential of an "undiscovered masterpiece" is easy to understand. Given history's penchant for doing certain artists dirty, the public can easily entertain the idea that our grasp of aesthetic history might be lacking.

source: The Guardian

The city of Magdeburg, Germany, some one and a half hours west of Berlin, isn't the sort of place that features in international cool city rankings. Still, each year a steady stream of highly qualified young North Americans, Scandinavians, Dutch, Italians, Russians, South...

source: Newsweek

The NATS Job Center is the voice teacher's resource for online employment connections — both for employers and prospective employees. Learn more about these positions and others — or how to advertise an opening — by visiting the NATS Job Center.

source: NATS

Ever wish you could remember a point made during a session at a NATS workshop or conference? Want to watch a technique demonstrated one more time? Wish you could show your students what you saw during...

source: NATS


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