We are so excited and proud to share that our App is available! The Everything Acting app works on the iPhone, Android or iPod touch. If you have ever gotten anything out of the show, please support it by spending only $5.99 for the app. What a deal!!
You can see it in iTunes HERE.
It’s available for Android HERE.
The app allows you to stream all of our back episodes for free. If you’d like to download one so you have it available for subway rides or other places where you can’t get online, you can purchase each show for 99 cents.
Going forward, you will be able to download our current episode for free but you’ll need the app to obtain the older ones. In the near future, we will be releasing special “app only” content as well. Please support the show and let us know what you think. Love, Darbi and Roz
Darbi gets on the horn with voiceover superstar Joe Cipriano. They discuss Joe’s stellar career and new book, “Living on Air: Adventures in Broadcasting.” If you are hungry to enter the elusive (and LUCRATIVE) world of promo/network VO, this is your book.
New Yorkers, you can meet Joe at his book party on December 9th. Here’s all the pertinent info:
December 9th: New York City – Pranna Restaurant 28th and Madison 6pm (bring your friends) Sponsored by Edge Studio https://www.facebook.com/PrannaNYC
Darbi will be there and is hoping to meet some listeners so come on out! In the meantime, enjoy the interview.
Darbi has a chat with her old friend, Martin Ruben, about the acting life in Minnesota. You can see Martin in the Minnetonka Theater’s production of Oliver! December 7-15. Tickets available HERE.
Alysia Reiner is the star of many things but most excitingly (for Darbi), she is currently playing superbitch Natalie “Fig” Figueroa on “Orange is the New Black.” Darbi spent some time with this gracious woman and you are going to LOVE their conversation.
You can see Alysia and Darbi LIVE at this benefit on Monday, Nov 18. Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can Choose is an online telethon benefitting Texas women but if you are in NYC, you can be one of only 100 people to see the show live. Click the link for details!
Jessie Kahnweiler can’t afford therapy so she makes films. We are all the better for it. Jessie’s latest film, “Meet My Rapist,” is, as Jezebel so aptly put it, “rape comedy done right.” Darbi gets on the phone with Jessie to discuss her work. Before that, Darbi and Roz talk about the responsibility of the artist when it comes to “third rail” topics like rape. Enjoy.
In this episode, Roz sits down with the rising lyricist, Sukari Jones. Listen as Sukari discusses her successful recreation of Emmett Till’s story in “The River is Me”. They also go into Sukari’s process of creating her lyrics and how you can too! You can find Sukari on Facebook and Twitter for more information on her current projects and adventures.