Roz teams up with fellow acting coach, Rhonda Musak, to discuss tips for the busy actor and techniques in their own classes. You don’t want to miss this podcast! For more information on Rhonda, go to www.artandsoulacting.com.
Hear what Roz sounds like after an all-nighter and get to know Jessica Pimentel from “Orange is the New Black.” Enjoy!
Roz sits down with Catherine Chadwick and discusses her upcoming film, “The Normal Heart.” Catherine, formerly a nurse, broke into the business at a later age. Hear how she did it on this week’s episode. Enjoy!
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.
Roz discusses the actor’s voice and how to use it to its fullest potential with vocal artist extraordinaire, David Sabella-Mills. Musical theater folks should not miss this one!
Alysia Reiner is the star of many things but most excitingly, she is currently playing superbitch Natalie “Fig” Figeroa on “Orange is the New Black.” Darbi spent some time with this gracious woman and you are going to LOVE their conversation. Listen as Alysia discusses how she went from regional theatre to a mega hit TV show!
This week, Roz and Darbi touch on the difficult subject of rape as they interview the rising documentary filmmaker Jessie Kahnweiler. Jessie, who drew from her own real-life circumstances, discusses how she overcame the struggle with her attacker and channeled it into her art. Listen as the gals go into how to use something so traumatizing to create.
Check out Jessie's work at www.jessiekahnweiler.com and follow her on Twitter at @shegotchutzpah
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.
This week, Darbi talks to comedienne Sharon Spell. Listen as they discuss how to build yourself as a performer through trial and error. Sharon tells us how she has propelled herself towards achieving her career, avoided the speed bumps, and "spells" success.You can find Sharon Spell on Facebook and Twitter!
This week, Roz invites her friend and co-actor from "Breakfast with Mugabe", Ezra Barnes, to dicuss the themes and characters behind this intriguing story. Ezra and Roz also talk about the stuggles, successes, and the joys of hardworking artists in the business. For more information on "Breakfast with Mugabe" and to check out Roz and Ezra, go to www.breakfastwithmugabe.com.
Darbi and Roz, are reunited again! How to properly change your name while Roz talks about her new show and her adventures in dialect work. Join Roz as she interviews Broadway actor and founder of the hit blog “Actor Crack”, Kyle Taylor Parker, as he tells his exciting story of passion, persistence and world travel on his journey to Broadway. Kyle is currently on Broadway in the Tony Award winning show “Kinky Boots.”
Join Roz as she interviews Color and Design Expert Lauren S. Henry who will help navigate you through the wonderful world of color! Listen as Lauren breaks down the barrier and shows you how color can positively and negatively effect you in the audition room and beyond! For more information on Laure visit her website, http://www.brushoflove.com/
Darbi sits down for a little girl talk with the hilarious and awesome Mary Ann Conk. If you want to break into commercials, listening to this interview is a good place to start. Enjoy!
Join Roz as she interviews movie star Al Thompson. Al, who starred in “The Royal Tenenbaums” and “A Walk to Remember” explains how he became a big time producer and gives you tips on how you can do the same! Don’t forget to check out his latest hit Lenox Avenue at www.lenoxaveseries.com Enjoy.
Are you an actor looking to get into producing? Then this podcast is for you! Hear from actor and Tony award winning producer Ron Simons. When he's not at Sundance he's producing major motion pictures starring the likes of actors such as Kerry Washington. Join Roz as she flies solo with this eye opening and in-depth interview of an actor turned producer. Enjoy!
Darbi Worley gets on the horn with Jonathan Leigh Solomon from School for Standup to talk about what actors can learn from comedians. Enjoy!
In this interview you hear Sharon Washington's journey from actor to an artist unafraid to shine bright. 2013 is her year. See what you can learn from a journey that started out rough...but got easier at it went along.
Roz flies solo in this one. It's a down and dirty edit but still totally inspirational and informative. Roz and Darbi will be back soon with more content.
Darbi discusses moving to NYC with Aleisha Force. If you are considering a move to the big city, this one's for you.
If you are not making as much money as you need or want, this interview is for you. This book is doubly for those of you who are no longer loving life as an actor. Ciara Pressler has written the definitive career upgrade book for actors. Whether you need a better survival job or are ready to consider changing careers altogether, Ciara can help you figure out how to do it. Listen and then BUY THE BOOK!