Episode 55 Features Yolonda Ross, an actress who started at the top with a lead in an HBO feature film and is finding out how to continue the success. Find out how she got a guest part on the new Fox series New Amsterdam.
We also have a very thoughtful Behind the Scenes and Commercial Corner where Darbi tells actors how to follow complicated direction in the commercial audition. We premiere a new segment: Shameless self promotion.
This is one of those episodes that just keep on giving!
Want to be an A-list actor? John Dapolito can help. Roz sits down for an in-depth interview with this playwright and director John's last play, Baptism by Fire, was directed and produced by Michael Imperioli from "The Sopranos" (Christopher). Also on this episode, Listener Feedback and Commercial Corner.
Special Thanks to Chandra Caldwell and Will Blagrove for their donation this week.� You two can ignore Roz's rant at the end of the episode!� :)
This episode features Jeff Mitchell in a very frank discussion about the business of acting from the manager/casting director point of view. Jeff challenges Roz with some difficult truths about acting. Hold on it's going to be a bumpy ride. Almost couldn't fit it all in one episode.
Darbi has another edition of Commercial Corner where she shows us how to get "conversational". And Behind the Scenes is steamy.
We hope you love this episode as much as we do.
Next week...Curtis Cook.
Just a few more days to get your legit headshots in to email@example.com for our Headshot Evaluation. And don't forget about the Everything Acting "Best Newcomer" awards! Send a link to 2 minutes of your BEST work for consideration.
A very special commercial corner this week & our feature segment is an interview with Broadway producer Randall L. Wreghitt. Darbi knew Mr. Wreghitt from her days in MN community theater. Who knew that they would both find themselves in NYC twenty years later?