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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, ...
 
Best known for their impressive improv, celebrity impressions, and inventive characters, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are coming back to Comedy Central for the second season of the hit series "Key & Peele." Join them for a moderated discussion as they talk about what to expect for the new season. We’ll wrap the session with an audience Q&A.
 
Six Figure Voice is the podcast that teaches actors and performing artist how to break into the voice-over business. Hosted by successful voice-over artists Alyson Steel and Tyrone Jackson, listen to hear great tips on how to get your career started or vamp it up to the next level. Our guests include experienced voice-actors, sound engineers, writers, and agents that will tell you everything you need to know to grow your career.
 
"For anyone wanting to know what it is honestly like to be an actor, this is the podcast for you" - The Stage. A new guest in each episode discusses the things they struggle with, the challenges of being without work, and how they've survived rejection. Hosted by Jonathan Harden. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/honestactors. 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
 
Tea with a Titan is a weekly 1-hour podcast during which long-time interview-buff Mary-Jo Dionne speaks with those people who have one thing in common. The quest for authentic greatness. Be it entrepreneur, athlete, entertainer, artist, philanthropist, thought-leader, or difference maker, if the target is greatness -- even in the face of hurdles -- Mary-Jo will be having tea with them.
 
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The Actor’s Mind is a new podcast hosted by Kateri McRae and Anne Penner that explores acting from a psychological perspective. We describe and discuss popular acting tools that are commonly used in actor training, rehearsals, and performances. Then we identify the parallel psychological processes that are likely in play when actors use these techniques. We discuss the success of these techniques from our own experience, as well as why they work given the evidence from psychology and neurosc ...
 
Acclaimed filmmaker Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later) discusses the making of Slumdog Millionaire with his first-time lead actors of the film, Dev Patel and Freida Pinto. Already a winner for this year's People's Choice award at the Toronto Film Festval, the film has received critical acclaim for Danny, screenwriter Simon Beaufoy (The Full Monty) and the up-and-coming stars of the film. Slumdog Millionaire is the story of an impoverished Indian teen, Jamal Malik, and how he became a ...
 
I'm a Casting Director, Audition Coach, Career Consultant and Mom dedicated to helping young actors and their parents find their way through this confusing yet exciting business! Join me as I speak with all kinds of people who have gone through this journey just like you, as well as other experts in this small world of "Hollywood".
 
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 ...
 
Actors Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Bell discuss Fantastic Four. The film—a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel's original superhero team—centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate universe and alter their physical forms in shocking ways. Can they harness their new abilities and save Earth from a former friend turned enemy?
 
An on-going series of guided acting warm ups. Now mind, body and imagination-based warm-ups are only a click away! Dive into dynamic preparations for class, rehearsal or performance with these 5-15 minute audio guides. These quick yet thorough preparations provide you direct access to an acting, movement or voice coach, helping you launch from The Moment Before to your first moment on stage.
 
Welcome to Inside Actors, offering a peek behind the scenes of the internationally acclaimed Actors Theatre of Louisville, home of the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Stay tuned and watch this page for new episodes. Or use the buttons on the sidebar to subscribe via iTunes, Google, Yahoo or NewsGator.
 
#Whereworkingactorstalk: An illuminating, entertaining, no bullsh*t look into the entertainment industry. Each episode features a candid chat between the SKS staff and a variety of Film and TV professionals ranging from seasoned actors to casting directors, talent representatives and directors as they share their experiences, provide advice and discuss issues that are pertinent to actors today. Follow us on Instagram @StanKirschStudios and go to www.StanKirschStudios.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 ...
 
Join actors Miles Teller, Skylar Astin, and Justin Chon as they discuss their new comedy "21 & Over," from the team behind "The Hangover." In the film, straight-A student Jeff Chang has always done what’s expected, until his two best friends surprise him on his 21st birthday. Jeff decides to do the unexpected—even though his medical school interview is early the next morning. What was supposed to be one beer becomes one night of chaos, overindulgence, and utter debauchery in this outrageous ...
 
Join legendary character actor James Cromwell and acclaimed actor Penelope Ann Miller as they discuss their Oscar-nominated film “The Artist”. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius and set in Hollywood 1927, the film portrays the end of the silent film era. Cromwell plays Clifton, the steady right-hand confidante and chauffer to the film’s lead actor, the silent film star George Valentin, portrayed by Oscar-nominated Jean Duajardin in the film.
 
After years of coaching scene study I realized that I had a skill and a passion above and beyond script breakdown. My name is Casey Lloyd and welcome to my podcast! This weekly podcast is designed to inspire you into taking action in new and exciting ways you may have never thought of. My stories draw from years of turmoil and struggle. I hope that my own education will save you time along your own journey as a working actor. If you'd like to invest further into your career and you'd like pe ...
 
Academy Award nominee Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network, Zombieland) and Isla Fisher (The Great Gatsby, Arrested Development) discuss their new film, Now You See Me. The film follows “The Four Horsemen”, a super-team of the world’s greatest illusionists who pull off a series of daring heists against corrupt business leaders.
 
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Let’s Evaluate Your Self-Tape: Michael Michele! The response from my reviews on your self-tapes has been amazing. People from all over the world are taking the time to write how much they get out of these critiques! OK, well, let’s do another one. We are going to look at yet another self-tape submission and find out exactly what it takes to create …
 
Ruth Negga has had a clear mission statement since her early days as an actor: “What I wanted as an artist was to sort of shift things—disrupt, maybe,” says the Irish star, illuminating for listeners the nuances of her creative process. Curiosity and quiet introspection are key ingredients, she says, and fellow actors should find their particular m…
 
In this day and age of everything going digital, and especially with zoom becoming an important part of both personal and professional connections, it’s a very rare moment when I have to have a phone interview. But back in August of 2021 I had the privilege of calling up a wonderfully talented actress both on stage and on screen, four-time Emmy win…
 
Money isn't everything, but to become a successful actor money management is crucial. Here are Casey Lloyd's tips on getting financially savvy. Has this episode inspired you? Do you want to delve deeper into your finances with Casey Lloyd? Please visit his coaching page at https://caseylloyd.com/coaching Thank you so much for listening!…
 
Chalis Romero grew up in the Salt Lake City Valley, Utah. She graduated from Cal State University, Fullerton with a degree in Radio, TV & Film. First job in "the industry" was in reality TV. After a couple of years she got a job in scripted TV as an office PA and then as a producer's assistant. She was accepted into the DGA Training program in 2013…
 
Air Date: 11/25/2021 Practice Gratitude No one ever told you that being an actor was easy. In fact, for many of you, I am sure you were told just the opposite. Being an actor is hard, the odds are against you, too much competition, you’ll never make it. What’s worse is that we let those past voices stay in our head, affecting out thinking and our c…
 
Bettering Ourselves and Bettering Our Careers (Part Four) The main focus and message of this series has been on storytelling. From Kate who talked about how to use our voices and acting skills to connect with casting directors as well audiences, to Max who broke down the elements of a good story and how to craft that for print, the stage, or the sc…
 
Air Date: 11/18/2021 Learning Your Words As a young actor, I never really had a problem remembering my words. My brain naturally made connections with the script that felt effortless and usually just made sense. It wasn’t until later that I realized I needed to put more effort into the process. Today, actors are challenged because with the new self…
 
Beanie Feldstein, a theater kid through and through, now finds herself a veritable film and TV star. While the approach to stage and screen might differ, her philosophy is always the same: her most inspired work stems from bonding with collaborators who can’t help but become family. “Every opportunity is going to fill you up in certain ways and dep…
 
Though the theater is my main focus as both an actor and a podcaster, it is often interesting and educating to talk with those outside the theater world. And while today’s guest has performed on many stages, he is the last person who would consider himself to be an actor of any sorts. Nonetheless, Max Stossel has a lot to teach us actors about how …
 
Once Caitríona Balfe made the leap from modeling back to her original dream of acting, she began studying the craft and working her way toward leading roles. In commercials, web series, and eventually on the big screen, she developed on-camera instincts that became her basis of approaching both auditions and creating characters. Caitríona’s work de…
 
Bettering Ourselves, Bettering Our Careers (Part Two) This is a continuation of part one’s look at voiceover work and acting behind the mic. You will hear from a group of actors, directors, and producers applying voiceover and acting techniques into their radio play podcast called Standby for Places. As the pandemic was shutting down most opportuni…
 
This week Kansas City Actors Theatre premieres the second and final part of Bram Stoker’s “The Judge’s House,” this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. KCART returns to “The Judge’s House,” written by master of horror Bram Stoker. Malcolm Malcolmson is trying to study for his upcoming exams, but his evenings are plagued by the rats who occupy the judge…
 
Air Date: 11/4/2021 Your Stinking Thinking When was the last time? You did something nice just for you? Really. Something that didn't require another person place or thing? When was the last time you felt good about your talent? When was the last time you felt you were on the right career track? For many of us, our pattern of thinking is often nega…
 
Mike Mills is a screenwriter and director, but could be considered first and foremost an actor’s collaborator. Not only have his films produced some of the most naturalistic performances in recent memory, he’s the kind of filmmaker who follows actors’ leads, singing their praises at every step of the page-to-screen process. “Whatever feels real and…
 
There are so many venues that an actor can perform in. Casey Lloyd describes his path to success by setting clear goals as to the kind of actor that he wants to be. Has this episode inspired you? Do you want to delve deeper into goal setting with Casey Lloyd? Please visit his coaching page at https://caseylloyd.com/coaching Thank you so much for li…
 
This is the final section of the play right to the end. As Bassanio, Gratiano, and Antonio all return home after the trial with Shylock, Portia and Nerissa decide to play one final trick on their partners. And it’s important to remember this is actually the first time Antonio—who is such close friends with Bassanio—meets Portia (as herself, not the…
 
Lauren Buglioli - currently a series regular on Netflix's "Florida Man" (currently in production) was born in Los Angeles where she worked as an actress before moving to London, England for middle and high school, where she continued to work in film, television and theatre. She’s a graduate of the American School in London… so don’t be disappointed…
 
Bettering Ourselves, Bettering Our Careers (Part One) Today begins the second annual presentation of this month-long series with actress and voiceover coach Kate McClanaghan. We will be touching on the various aspects of voice work and technique but also addressing some fundamental struggles every actor faces. Sign up for the monthly WINMI Newslett…
 
This week Kansas City Actors Theatre premieres its two-part production of Bram Stoker’s “The Judge’s House,” this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. From 1914, “The Judge’s House,” written by master of horror Bram Stoker, tells of a Malcolm Malcolmson, a student searching for a quiet place to study for his upcoming exams. Ignoring the local superstiti…
 
Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac go way back. They’ve reunited several times onscreen since meeting in the halls of the Juilliard School of Drama. Jessica calls acting “a way of getting to know myself on a deeper level.” For Oscar, the approach must be “expressive and not communicative—not getting too caught up with some idea that I want an audienc…
 
Air Date: 10/28/2021 Booking Actors for Films So, you want to act in a movie? That's great. It's also exciting. Do you know what the casting steps are? Do you know exactly what happens for you to get booked in that movie? Rather than discussing the steps you need to take, I am going to share with you the process of casting talent in movies. By the …
 
One of the themes of this podcast is how we as actors are constantly changing, adjusting, tweaking our careers as we transition from stage or screen or commercials or voiceover. But that same kind of transition happens for those behind the table as well. Patrick Millsaps has had a unique journey of being an attorney turned political adviser and pun…
 
Season 6: In Episode 250 JOHNNY KEATTH imdb.me/JohnnyKeatth has a conversation with Acting Coach TERRY KNICKERBOCKER https://terryknickerbockerstudio.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 you…
 
The classic “Suspense” radio series returns to Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre with “August Heat” by W.F. Harvey, this Friday at noon on KKFI 90.1 FM. Originally aired May 31st, 1945 “August Heat” tells of Withecroft an artist struck by inspiration who draws a criminal in his trial. Across town Atkinson, a stonemason, carves a gravestone for a man…
 
Diving Into Talent Pool Questions and Comments One of the great things about being a casting director with a podcast is that I get to talk directly to you and answer questions that I receive every week. Do you know what to do after an audition? Do you know how to list background work on your resume? Do you have an audition story that you need to ma…
 
Corey Hawkins’ training at the Juilliard School of Drama, and background in singing in church, set him on the path toward becoming what he calls “a well-rounded artist”—and he has a Tony, Emmy, and two SAG Award nominations to show for it! Speaking to Backstage, his go-to resource during post-grad years in New York City, Corey offers fellow actors …
 
A fantastic scene workshop from Shakespeare's As You Like It from April 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. In this scene, we first meet Rosalind and Celia, and have only recently learned that Rosalind’s father has been banished by Celia’s father…
 
An accomplished producer and showrunner with an extensive background in science fiction television, Montreal-born Joseph Mallozzi began his career in the entertainment industry as an animator and later as a writer. He worked developing more than 100 hours of television programming for various children’s series, including Animal Crackers, The Little…
 
As an actor, one of the more difficult attitudes for me to manage is that of jealousy, and an elevated sense of competition for roles and even status in this industry. I’ve particularly noticed this as theater is opening up again after the long pandemic shutdown and other actors, not me, are back onstage again. My guest today, Peter Allen Vogt, is …
 
Actor Video Review-YIQINGZHAO Jeffrey evaluates another self-submit video audition. This time it is actress YIQINGZHAO with a comic scene. By continuing to perfect your self-taping from a technical and from n acting point of view, you are setting yourself up for success. The more you are comfortable in this environment, the better the overall effec…
 
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