The Five Types of Show Choir Storytelling

It’s easy to think of show choir as being divided into two camps: those who do “story” shows and those who do “traditional” shows.  But that mindset overlooks a crucial fact: that ALL songs tell a story and therefore ALL shows are story shows.  In this guest article in my series for Productions Magazine, I outline the five most common types of show design.  Read the full article HERE.

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Garrett Breeze


Garrett Breeze is a Nashville-based composer and arranger whose credits include film and television, Broadway stars, Grammy-winning classical artists, and many of the top school music programs in the U.S.


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