The Singer’s Guide to Complete Health

Anthony F. Jahn, MD, internationally acclaimed otolaryngologist and Director of Medical Services at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, offers a comprehensive guidebook on a wide range of health and disorders that affect the voice. A vital tool for singers, voice teachers, and choral directors, The Singer’s Guide to Complete Health empowers vocal performers to take charge of their own minds and bodies, providing advice about a variety of health issues that affect professional well-being as well as remedies to the most important and common health problems that singers face in their careers.

“I haven’t missed a show due to sickness since 2004, maybe,”

says Michael Cerveris, the Tony Award-winning star of the musical “Fun Home.” The actor relies on his trusty humidifier, which he cranks up every night during the winter when New York apartments are driest.

In the morning, “my first step is to get in the shower and surround myself [with] the steam,” he says. Then he heads to his pantry. “Apple cider vinegar is always on my shelf,” he adds. “It helps your body fight infection.” He stirs a tablespoon into hot water and drinks.  ~New York Post

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“What good is having a belly if there’s no fire in it. Wake up, drink your passion, light a match, and get to work.” ~Simon Sinek

Actors Access

Casting Directors have the option to release Breakdowns to actors and receive submissions directly from them. Actors Access is where actors can view those Breakdowns and submit to them.

Actors Access is also an important tool for maintaining actors profiles by uploading and maintaining headshots, updating their resume, adding new skills and attributes, managing performance videos, and more, all online.