The other day Steve and I were talking about how authors and actors choose pen and stage names, and I was very interested in what he had to say, so I invited him over to my blog to tell you more about the subject. Steve blogs about musical theatre at http://www.wheresthatmusical.co.uk/blog/ . Welcome! What Would Your Stage Name Be? by Steven Bisby, of http://www.wheresthatmusical.co.uk/blog/ Tonight Matthew I'm Going To Be xxxxxxxxx! Did you ever watch that TV programme ‘Stars in their eyes’ where members of the public impersonated their favourite pop star and got made up to look like the star? Which celebrity names did you dream of being if you ever got to utter those famous words ‘Tonight Matthew I’m Going To Be!’? Quick Quiz Have you ever watched a TV sitcom with Jennifer Anastassaki in the lead role? Have you ever watched a film directed by Allan Konigsberg? Have you watched a film starring Julie Roberts? Have you been blown away by the dancing
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