Drum roll please….we have some very exciting news! Please join us as we welcome Lynn Chen to the Everything Acting team! Lynn will be bringing us interviews from that “other” coast. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have her. Welcome aboard!
Roz Coleman flies solo!� Featured guest Viola Davis inspires us all as she covers everything from how she auditioned for the Oscar-nominated turn in “Doubt” to what it’s like to land in the pages of a fashion spread as a member of the A-list! Darbi Worley is off this week and attending the TONYS!� She’ll be back with coverage of the awards next episode.
Actor Ron Canada tells how to work (and play hard ball) with stars in movies. He should know, he has supported Russell Crowe, Vince Vaughn and many more. Roz Coleman and Darbi Worley answer a listener question, talk about the current climate in showbiz and offer up a little actor food. Enjoy.
PS Last Chance to see Roz in Zooman and the Sign at Signature Theatre, running through April 26 only.
Darbi gets on the horn with indie filmmaker and founder of Minnewood, Ryan Strandjord, for In the Regions–Minnesota!� Also, she enlists the help of Matty Robinson from Filmspotting to answer a listener’s question about working in Chicago.� Roz gives us the dirt on working with Halle Berry.� Yeah, you read that right!� Please excuse the echo-y sound and have a great holiday season, y’all!
Darbi gets on the horn with the Duplass brothers (The Puffy Chair, Baghead).� If this interview doesn’t inspire you to get off your ass and Make Your Own Way, we can’t help you.�� Go see their movie, BAGHEAD.� Also, the ladies discuss the summer doldrums and Roz tells a truly humiliating, er, I mean, humbling audition story.
Darbi sits down for a casual (and by casual, I mean half-drunk) conversation with her Breadcrumbs director, Mike Nichols. It’s a party, it’s loud, the interview has still got some good information for our actors.
Hey, MN!!!! There’s an opportunity for internships with Darbi’s hot show: Shoot The Messenger when it’s in town during late August and early September.� Check darbiworley.com for contact info if you’re interested.
After a quick Darbi/Roz catch up and a question about actor taxes, Darbi brings us an interview from the set of her upcoming horror film Breadcrubms. Darbi chats with co-star Douglas Nyback who is also starring in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl. Darbi and Douglas get really serious about the craft of acting in this one. So Enjoy.