About the author
Saycon Sengbloh is an actress, vocalist, blogger, culture enthusiast, entrepreneur, and overall motivator. She’s currently working on her first book detailing the inspirational dos and don’ts of an actor’s life scheduled for a late 2013 release. You can see her on Broadway featured in Motown the Musical. In her spare time she builds her entertainment company, Honeywax, designs t-shirts, and writes music . For a daily account of her escapades follow her on Twitter and visit SayconSengbloh.com
“SayconTalks is a chance for a new voice to be heard online. Finding your voice is important. Blogging is a fun platform for me I’m often asked about the behind the scenes life of a working entertainer and asked for advice from other actors, so I’m here to give it. The “SayconTalks” blog has been around for a few years as a platform about my comings and goings but NOW is the time to expand to the other side! In the upcoming weeks I’m changing it up around here. I’m answering questions. Everyday in my journey I meet students, writers, wardrobe people, hair and makeup designers all types seeking advice about how to get a job on Broadway. Well, I’m no expert but I’ve got a little bit of experience doing modern musicals and a heart full of stories. I’d love to help others to NOT make the mistakes I’ve made along the way! Check back frequently to see what I’m working on, over the next few weeks the new stories, and vlogs will be revealed. Along with a little behind the scenes blogging as I experience the opening of a new show: MotowntheMusical.”
This is truly what I call:
THEATER AND ART FOR THE SOUL:
In the upcoming months this blog will explore answering the following topics:
- Have you ever considered a career in theatre?
- Were you voted most talented in your highschool senior class?
- Are you a parent who is considering getting back into the business?
- Do you want to know what its like to be in a Broadway show?
- Have you come out of a conservatory theatre program and find yourself asking the question:”Now what?”
Stay tuned for practical tips on life in the theatre! “Ask Saycon “if you have a personal question. I hope to see you on Broadway!