Welcome to Biz Of Show – Season 1 Episode 3 – where we connect with all the people we’ve worked with or crossed paths and pick their brains to find out how they survived Show Business and how they created their own lane.

Wanna learn the Biz Of Show? Learn from a Pro!

We take you backstage at Phantom on Broadway! Elizabeth Welch is a current cast member of Phantom on Broadway. She’s the current Christine Understudy on Broadway and has played the perfect ingenue for over 9 years on Tour, Broadway and in Germany. She’s a mom who’s dreams weren’t always Broadway – but that’s where she’s landed and she’s got one of the ultimate jobs for performers – income stability.

In today’s episode:
* The struggle to pick the right audition song
* What her favorite :Christine Moments” are
* How to keep Creative Control over your life and brand

Today’s episode is brought to you by Biz Of Show – a new company created by myself and Candice Donehoo. We are currently building Biz Of Show to become The Ultimate School of Show Biz where performers of any age can learn everything that you will NEVER learn in a High School, University or College.

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Levi Walker has been in the business for 30 years. He has worked in every aspect of Show Business you can imagine but mostly onstage and behind his camera in his studio where he has shot headshots for over 3000 clients in the past 11 years. Having a talk show is a dream of Levi’s and he’s excited to incorporate that with Biz Of Show – The Ultimate School of Showbiz where he and his best friend of 25 years, Candice Donehoo, are creating online courses and content to teach performers of ANY age how to make in this “Biz Of Show”