Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan

Sally Morgan wrote the book on contemporary vocal technique – literally. Sing Like You Speak™: Simply and Naturally. SLYS™ is specifically designed to restore the effortless vocal production that is natural to the human instrument making your singing powerful, joyful and free. Sally has been successfully training singers for more than 30 years.

Sally has helped her clients heal vocal damage, expand vocal range, land a Broadway show, record their own music and tour internationally without vocal fatigue or strain.


Steps on Broadway Presents:
Grover Dale / Donna McKechnie / Randy Skinner

Steps on Broadway is one of the two top dance schools in New York City. Many, many successful performers have been trained at this professional school. I am honored to be on staff as their Voice Teacher, training dancers to sing like you speak.

Steps wowed us all with a panel of 3 amazing musical theater performers, Grover Dale, Donna McKechnie and Randy Skinner, who shared their love for the craft and the wisdom of their years in the biz. I want to pass on one juicy tidbit from each of the three to you.

Randy Skinner has had a diversified career as a dancer, singer, actor, choreographer, director and teacher. His word to the wise was: diversify. Be open to any opportunity that comes along. Always be learning and growing and take the jobs that are offered even if you’re not sure you will ‘like’ the job. You just never know…

Take singing lessons, take acting lessons, take dance lessons. Never stop taking classes if you want to work on the Broadway stage. That was Donna McKechnie advice. She told several wonderful stories about jobs she never would have landed if her craft had not been honed with all those classes.

And what can I say about Grover Dale except that he’s a force of nature. In his late 70’s and he had more energy than the rest of the room combined! His gem of wisdom was this: when you walk into an audition or a dance class or even a party, let your energy fill the room. Fill the room! It’s fascinating. Try it.

Being a successful performer is not about talent. There was not one mention of talent from this illustrious panel. Success requires constant learning and practice – taking your raw talent and developing craft. That’s how you stay in the biz until you choose to hang up your tap shoes. All the best to you.

breathe,
Sally Morgan

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