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Actorcast is the podcast that broadcasts the work, advice, and insight of actors, writers, directors, producers, and other industry experts in show business. From Q&As, to interviews and showcases, Actorcast is the go-to resource for beginners and pros alike who are looking to carve their path in the entertainment industry by learning from those who've made their mark from Hollywood to Broadway. Visit us on our website at actorcast.fm and on Instagram @actorcast.fm
 
An inside look at life in the television and film industry. Join your host Ryan Perez as he speaks with actors, directors, talent agents, casting directors, and more about how the industry works and how to not only survive but to thrive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Actors2020podcast.com promotes Actors. imdb.me/JohnnyKeatth Host JOHNNY KEATTH empowers 1 or 2 artist per episode worldwide the ability to promote themselves and share their success stories on his Top Ten International Podcast in Performing Arts. Dreams do come true if you have one. What's your Dream? STEP FORWARD ENTERTAINMENT 310-927-0318 ChezJacqueo8@gmail.com to book JOHNNY KEATTH www.JohnnyKeatth.com
 
In The Working Actor's Journey, hear from amazing teachers, role models, and mentors about their lifelong careers. Learn from those who have been acting professionally for decades—to see exactly how they approach the work, what decisions and resources have made the biggest impacts on their artistic lives, and to hear their struggles and successes in the business. How do great actors work? What do they actually do? Let’s find out. These conversations are a virtual toolbox for actors, full of ...
 
This is a film podcast by two people that come at movies from different angles. Paul is a trained actor and Josh is a broadcast engineer. They have lively conversations about all aspects of old and new films: technical, emotional, acting, directing, writing, music, special effects, and more. Check out the website at www.actorandengineer.com and email actorandengineer@gmail.com.
 
Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today’s most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, ...
 
Hashtag Actors Life! is a hilarious new podcast where three actors/comedians sit down with guests from all walks of the entertainment industry to discuss what it's like to live in their world and share their most embarrassing stories. Sit down with Jesse, MJ and Chris as we welcome some special guests each episode to share hilarious stories, tell jokes, discuss pop culture and random topics, play games and each guest reveals the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to them. Its a lau ...
 
You're an actor because you love it. Because it's fun! Because you can't *not* do it. But have you ever wondered why we're so damn stressed? My name is Tony Rossi. I'm a mindset coach and guest expert for Backstage, helping actors see things differently with the things that make them stressed and overwhelmed so that you can focus on what matters. Actor Problems is a self care podcast for actors that does just that. And remember - we can be messy, actors, and still get the things we want. #no ...
 
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In which we celebrate the Sixtieth Birthday of East 15 in the first of two special podcasts. The cover shows blossom in the grounds of the Debden campus earlier this year. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=EKHEKXBAZBQG6¤cy_code=GBP)
 
Actors and comedians at any level can study Ken Jeong’s trajectory through the entertainment industry—particularly those breaking into it later in life, as he did at age 37. The fact that he’s also a licensed physician who left a career in medicine to pursue the arts makes him truly one of a kind. Naturally, Dr. Ken is something of an expert on bal…
 
In this episode we talk about David Lowery's take on an ancient Arthurian poem starring Dev Patel dealing with a moralistic tree knight, a "headless" saint, a talking fox and and two times the Alicia Vikander. We get into the subtle (and not so subtle) CGI, the lens choices and the try to dissect what we are supposed to come away with after watchin…
 
Welcome to episode 176 of the Voice Acting Mastery podcast with yours truly, Crispin Freeman! As always, you can listen to the podcast using the player above, or download the mp3 using the link at the bottom of this blog post. The podcast is also available via the iTunes Store online. Just follow this link […]…
 
When it comes to work as an actor, there’s that old adage of "feast or famine" or "when it rains it pours." For myself that has meant going 11 months without any work…all while still auditioning of course. While there have been other times when three shows come up at once, and I had to decide which ONE of them I’m going to do. In Part Two of my con…
 
Interview with actor, David Paisley (06/09/21). Topics discussed/Key Words - David Paisley Severe depression Feeling suicidal Being dehumanised from being on TV #jakeferretti #podcast #davidpaisley #actor #tv #comingout #holbycity #casualty #gaykiss #tvcomplaints #bbc #beinginthepubliceye #dehumanised #realitytv #loveisland #mentalhealth #carolinef…
 
“Communication and connection is it!” Liisa Lee is multi-faceted. She’s an award-winning voice-actor, producer, food photographer, and pr marketing consultant. Her career began in NYC in musical theatre and professional ballet, apprenticing with the American Dance Machine at 13, and her first national tour at 15. She rode elephants before she could…
 
CATHERINE DISHER: the voice of Jean Grey herself (X-Men the Animated Series from the 90's) joins us for this episode of SATURDAY MORNING REWIND! Thank you to our PRODUCERS of this episode: (Patreon Supporters) Chris, Torrie Garvin, and Gemma Bright Visit our Patreon page and get some rewards for donating each month: PATREON Check out our CLOTHING L…
 
I’ve been a fan of The Mandalorian since it debuted in 2019, and when I found out that one actor had played two wonderful characters on the show (Kuiil and Frog Lady) I was really impressed with her work. That’s when I looked up Misty Rosas and discovered her long résumé of other character work besides the Disney+ Star Wars series. She is also a da…
 
Season 6: In Episode 245 JOHNNY KEATTH imdb.me/JohnnyKeatth interviews JADE and WILNONA - The And I Thought Ladies https://andithoughtladies.com/. Please start Liking, Sharing, Embeding, Subscribing, Following OR Downloading where ever your listening to this free International Top Ten Podcast in #PerformingArts. Love you all. Thanks for your suppor…
 
Irish Joe Nolan (Victor Raider-Wexler), a former boxer turned private investigator is awoken on a dreary Monday morning with the news that someone has shot his Uncle and former business partner. Irish Joe’s investigation into his Uncle’s murder leads him all over the city, eventually getting himself wrapped up with Kansas City’s most lethal and inf…
 
Making the Most Out of Every Opportunity This episode is all about how we process our daily lives and how we can look at the bigger picture to maintain our career objectives. Making the most out of every opportunity a great rule of thumb. Jeffrey shares his most recent experience with a college class of young actors in training and how they missed …
 
In which we prepare for a new term by reading Chapter 8 of Nicolai Demidov’s book ‘The Art of Living Onstage From a Theatre Teacher’s Laboratory Translated by Andrei Malaev-Babel and Alexandra Rojavin. The studio: www.demidovstudiolondon.uk The association: www.demidovassociation.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_dona…
 
In which we discuss Nicolai Demidov and his School of Acting with Andrei Biziorek of the Demidov Studio London. Links for the London studio and the Demidov Association can be found here : The studio: www.demidovstudiolondon.uk The association: www.demidovassociation.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business…
 
Join your host Ryan Perez and guest John Pollono as they discuss playwriting, Ryan's role in "Small Engine Repair," and it being turned into a film! This is a re-release with the brand new Part 2 coming Thursday discussing the "Small Engine Repair" film now out in theaters and on VOD 10/1!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
A fantastic scene workshop from Shakespeare's King John from February 2021. After only a few weeks of work, the cast and director continue to work on and discuss the process. Part of The Rehearsal Room series. This is the very opening of the play—where we learn of the conflict over the throne between England and France, and then there is a dispute …
 
We're less than a week away from the 2020 Tony Awards ceremony (finally!) so I wanted to bring back this special episode all about those surprising Tony Award Nominations (announced 11 months ago) and the fallout from them. My conversation is with music director, conductor, and fellow podcaster Nate Patton. Nate and I first met when he was associat…
 
I get this question all the time. It is especially prevalent with actors’ equity association (AEA) as well as SAG-AFTRA, The performers union for film, television, and recorded media. There are many variables for an actor to consider when joining the union. Not only about it being a good decision for your career, but is it the right time for you to…
 
How many actors can claim they launched a thriving screen career by playing a washed-up, unemployed actor? That distinction belongs to Richard E. Grant, whose road from cult classic “Withnail and I” to an award-winning oeuvre began with what he calls a “fuck you” attitude. From tips on playing drunk to his instinctive acting techniques (hint: they …
 
Stewart F. Lane has such a deep passion for New York City, theater, and Broadway. I always enjoy our conversations as his energy is contagious as he speaks about his work. In this episode, we discuss how he became a theater producer, the biggest challenges involved in producing on Broadway, and why it's important for actors to know the foundations …
 
Here in America, we just marked the 20th anniversary of 9/11. And on the eve of that anniversary a live recording of the Broadway production of Come From Away was released. It featured many past and present members of the cast. But one of the original cast members, Rodney Hicks, was absent from the filming. And in part one of our conversation, Rodn…
 
Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre returns with another episode of its lively game-and-talk show, “Oh My God, Did You Just Say That?!” this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. The theme of this week’s episode is “Married Bliss” as host John Rensenhouse is joined by real-life couple Scott Cordes and Jen Mays. The married Kansas City actors talk about how …
 
In this episode, Jeffrey will provide a comprehensive evaluation of actress, Kristy Koczur's audition as Renfield from Count Dracula. Both technical and acting elements will be critiqued by Jeffrey, providing you with important information to consider for your own submissions. C'mon in and join the growing community of actors who love to learn and …
 
Michael Shannon can give a quietly nuanced supporting turn—or flat-out steal the show—all in service of whatever story he’s helping tell. What are the secrets to his endlessly compelling performances? “Usually if you want to have a career in this business, it’s gonna involve doing a lot of things that scare you, and at first may seem unwise,” he te…
 
As we came to the end of part one of our conversation Will Swenson and I were talking about the deeper questions of who we are as artists and as individuals in the absolute importance of bringing ourselves, our full selves to the stage. This is certainly one of the biggest lessons that we have to learn as actors and performers, and I throw in a cou…
 
A fantastic scene workshop from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar from February 2021. After only a few weeks of work, the cast and director continue to work on and discuss the process. Part of The Rehearsal Room series. DIRECTOR: Geoffrey Wade DRAMATURG: Gideon Rappaport BRUTUS: Peter Van Norden CASSIUS: Elizabeth Dennehy CASCA: Howard Leder Prefer to wa…
 
Our very special guest this week is not only the very talented Writer, Director and Producer of upcoming film 'Falling in Slow Motion', but also one of the strongest, incredible, and most inspiring people we've had the pleasure of meeting, its the beautiful, Sarah Dinsey. We chat about Sarahs upcoming feature film 'Falling in Slow Motion' and what …
 
Episode 44: I CHALLENGE you to FINALLY master the American accent! In today's episode I am challenging you to master the American accent! If you have been wondering what's wrong with your American accent or why you are not booking roles then this episode is for you. If you're ready to be the working Actor you dream to be then let's get to work! By …
 
For the next three weeks I’ll be talking with two Broadway actors and a music director about their careers in New York and their own thoughts on the Tony Awards and theater in general. I start today with actor and singer Will Swenson, a Tony nominee for his outstanding work in the revival of the musical HAIR back in 2009. He's someone I’ve known si…
 
Photo credit/Jackie Robinson: en.wikepidia.org Usage: Public Domain Photo credit/ Nate Parker: By flickr user Soluta - https://www.flickr.com/photos/soluta/2833293190/, Usage: CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5164724 Today’s topic: Nate Parker Could Play as Retired Jackie Robinson. Chadiwick Bozeman played as Jackie Robins…
 
Interview with opera singer, director and company owner, Bronwen Stephens-Harding (05/09/21). Topics discussed/Key Words - Bronwen Stephens-Harding Toxic competitiveness Retraining in Opera Ageism/sexism in the industry Imposter Syndrome Being kind to oneself #jakeferretti #podcast #bronwenstephensharding #operasinger #director #mezzosoprano #compa…
 
Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre returns with another episode of Philip Rapp’s classic comedic couple in “The Bickersons Need a Vacation” this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. In this episode, originally aired August 14th, 1951, Blanche and John do what they do best: bicker. John goes to the doctor for his ‘sluggishness’ and Blanche visits the laund…
 
Off The Top of My Head This episode is a bit of a departure from past shows. Jeffrey takes off his casting hat to talk a little more personally about what we’ve going through. With COVID variants and concerns about the future, it’s no wonder that we question our choices. Not only that but trying to figure out how to hold on to an acting career is t…
 
Talent agents: What do they do? What do performers at all career levels need to know about their central function in the entertainment industry ecosystem? And, of course, how does one reach representation, and therefore opportunity? “In the Envelope’s” latest deep-dive on a particular aspect of the biz features interviews with first Shauna Perlman …
 
Janicza Bravo brings the famous twitter thread to life! We talk about her bold directing choices, the score, twitter as a creative medium and the brilliant dedication and performances of Taylour Paige and Riley Keough! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Here Check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/actorandengineer and follow us on twitter @actoreng…
 
In which we discuss the career of teacher and intimacy coordinator Ita O’Brien and understand why Michaela Coel chose to thank Ita for her work when she won the leading actress award at the 2021 Baftas. These are some of the intimacy on Set guidelines discussed in the podcast. Intimacy on Set Guidelines Best practice when working with intimacy, sim…
 
In this short episode of Actorcast, we discuss how you can go about developing your acting technique. When starting out in the industry, it can be difficult to choose among the hundreds of classes to take. It can be difficult knowing where to start. The key is to know what type of actor you want to become and go from there. Sign up for the Actorcas…
 
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