Voice Students: What is Healthy Belting? (Article)
Jeannette Lovetri provides a great article that explains the term “belt”. She defines it as a “kind of vocal quality, derived from powerful, intensified speech, that can cut through a space and be heard well even when it isn’t electronically amplified.” Lovetri goes on to describe what she feels healthy belting is and what singers need to know about it. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Broadway Bound: Teaching Young Musical Theater Singers in a College Training Program (Article)
This article by Mary Saunders-Barton describes her experiences teaching young musical theatre students non-classical music. She describes the basic fundamental techniques of singing and her technical training theory for both men and women. She describes more in detail the differences of teaching male and female students and gives several spoken and sung exercises to use. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Undergraduate Music Theater Education: Integrating Musical And Theatrical Skills. (Article)
The article explores on the curriculum in a music theater education. It notes on the required skills needed to be fit in such type of musical education which includes mastery in singing, acting and movements as stand-alone skills while integrating and aligning them, hence, basic classes that will provide future performers are needed in any undergraduate music theater programs. Furthermore, it cites on various methods and ideas that will help future performers develop connection and alignment in singing, acting and movements. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)