Whats The Deal?

by Adam Lieblein Choosing The Right Monologue For The Right Audience Or You Probably Shouldn’t Perform Shakespeare For an Agent During the early stages of your acting career, you may occasionally be asked to perform a monologue in an agent’s office. Many theatrical...

Health Tip

By Scott Isley Mobility (Part 2) So now that you’ve been doing your homework and made ten minutes a day a part of your mobility routine. We are going to add more “tools to your toolkit.”  Last month we focused on our seated muscles; hip flexors, hamstrings, and lower...

Questions & Actors

by Karen Ann Pavlick       Rejection is God’s way of saying, “Wrong Direction!” I was sharing a story with a new friend I worked with who was calling to check in after she heard I got demoted, instead of promoted! I told her nothing really seemed to...

Movie Review

Locke One of the most compelling films of the year spends its entire 85-minute runtime in a car.  Luckily, the man driving that car is Tom Hardy, one of the best actors working today, and the script is spectacular.  Locke will have you on the edge of your seat from...

Rebel Without A Car

by Enci Petrea Burchard is an actress with a plan I met Petrea many years ago, and she is one of those actresses who makes you feel comfortable and who cares more about what you have to say than what is on her own mind. She is a great listener and she studies people...