Summary: Each episode you will hear tips and information from legitimate industry insiders. Casting directors, agents, producers and directors will offer insights on pictures, resumes, auditions, reels, and what happens when you get the job. Get inspiration from real life audition stories – find out who got the part and how they got it! Join us as we inform, inspire and demystify the actor’s journey. Brought to you by Darbi Worley and Red Wall Productions. www.darbiworley.com www.redwallproductions.com
Darbi and Roz have a quick chat about how to keep going when the news is so very, very bleak. And then, Darbi interviews the super sparkly Cheryl Texiera (Girl Meets World, It’s Always Sunny….). Cheryl is on her way UP and you do not want to miss what she has to say about the business of show. Enjoy.
Darbi and Roz discuss the brilliant Orphan Black and coming out in Hollywood (and yes, we recognize that a couple of straight NYC chicks may not be the experts in this area but we discuss it anyway). Then, Darbi interviews the utterly delightful director and writer, Michael Barakiva. After the interview, if you are inspired to enter the One Man Guy video contest (and get your acting skills in front of Michael!), you can do so HERE. Enjoy.
Can one learn to act online? Darbi and Roz tackle that question before Roz interviews an old friend of the show, Chris Macke, about a new tool to help you take your career to the next level. Enjoy.
Darbi is joined by the nicest actress in NYC, Kathy Searle. Hear how she snagged a plum role in the upcoming “My Man is a Loser,” and about her Facebook campaign #truthtuesday. Before that, Roz and Darbi discuss working background. Is it ever a good idea?
Darbi sits down with her acting teacher and hero, Terry Knickerbocker. Mr. Knickerbocker teaches acting at New York University as well as the William Esper Studio. If you are interested in working with him, email his assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
Power artist Dana Vance stops by to share how she is Making Her Own Way with her new play, “The Bitches of Ditmas Park.” If you are in NYC and would like to see the next reading or receive updates about the show, please email Dana at d23vance at optonline.net. The next reading is May 13 and you can find all the info HERE. Enjoy!
Darbi sits down with Realtime Casting‘s Jim Kennelly to learn about the fast-changing world of voice-over casting. Enjoy!
The fabulous Toni Belafonte drops in to tell us about her current venture, #TheWhitneyProject, dedicated to Whitney Houston. Roz and Toni discuss her process, how she developed her project, and how she is making it happen! Learn more about Toni at ToniBelafonte.com.
Brian Chin, Roz’s former student, sits down to chat about his successes on the West Coast. Brian discusses his journey through acting and how he continues to be a thriving actor. You don’t want to miss this success story!
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.
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.
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!