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EVERYTHING ACTING PODCAST
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
Recent Episodes for EVERYTHING ACTING PODCAST
DATE: Sun, 29 Aug 2010
SIZE: 62.3 MB
Episode 124: Dallas Travers, An Actor's Advocate
Darbi Worley and Roz Coleman discuss headshots, a Devonshire dialect, trade shows and what was it like working with Zach Galiafinakis! Want to learn how to get an agent? You won't want to miss this interview with Dallas Travers who has helped over 1,400 actors get agents . . . All this in one podcast? Yes! Don't forget to download Darbi's latest piece of satire from The Onion News Network, Future: News from the Year 2137. Enjoy!
DATE: Tue, 13 Jul 2010
SIZE: 10.6 MB
Episode 123: Casting Director Brooke Thomas
This episode, Roz Coleman and Darbi Worley provide Answers for Actors on the topic of freelancing versus signing with one agent. Also, Darbi has a talk with fantastic casting director, Brooke Thomas from House Productions. Make sure to download Darbi’s latest piece of satire from The Onion News Network, Future: News from the Year 2137 (available in iTunes). Enjoy!
DATE: Mon, 14 Jun 2010
SIZE: 6.16 MB
Episode 122: Make Your Own Way with George Brescia
Darbi Worley flies solo this week as she interviews stylist and performer George Brescia about creating his solo show. George also gives some professional advice on looking your best, something every actor must do. Enjoy!
DATE: Tue, 18 May 2010
SIZE: 32.2 MB
Episode 121: Make Your Own Way with Nick Marshall
Darbi Worley is enlightened/amazed by the documentary “Good Hair”, Roz Coleman interviews Nick Marshall (actor, writer and director with an interesting past) and the ladies answer a listener email about race in the acting biz. Black hair, an inspirational story of being an artist no matter what and tackling diversity in the entertainment industry…all in one podcast. Oh yeah!
DATE: Tue, 27 Apr 2010
SIZE: 16.3 MB
Episode 120: LOST's Daniel Day Kim
While Darbi teaches intenSati on the beach in Tulum (rough life, right?), Lynn Chen brings us her first interview as our LA correspondent – Daniel Dae Kim! He gives behind-the-scenes insight to his journey as an Asian actor from NYU grad school to starring on one of the most-watched TV shows of all time! Enjoy!
DATE: Tue, 23 Mar 2010
SIZE: 12.8 MB
Episode 119: Lynn Chen-New LA Correspondent
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!
DATE: Tue, 02 Mar 2010
SIZE: 15.1 MB
Episode 118: Geoffrey Soffer, Ugly Betty
For the first time, we invite a listener to sit in on an interview. Trevor Worden joins Darbi Worley and Roz Coleman to interview the fantastic Geoffrey Soffer (Ugly Betty). One of our favorite guests to date, Geoffrey opens way up about his life and thoughts on the casting process. If you like what you hear and would like to study with Geoffrey, you can find out more at GeoffreySoffer.com. Today's show is sponsored by ActorIntro. Please support our sponsors!
DATE: Wed, 03 Feb 2010
SIZE: 6.14 MB
Episode 117: Patricia Moreno
Short and sweet. Darbi Worley welcomes Patricia Moreno back to talk about her intenSati Method and how it can help actors. Enjoy!!
DATE: Thu, 24 Dec 2009
SIZE: 13.9 MB
Episode 116: Todd A Kessler (Damages)
Darbi Worley sits down with the hyper-smart Todd A. Kessler, Co-Executive Producer and Co-Creator, Damages. You don’t want to miss this one. The new season launches January 25th on FX. Darbi and Roz wish all of you an amazing holiday season. We love you.
DATE: Wed, 18 Nov 2009
SIZE: 18.2 MB
Episode 115: Make Your Own Way with April Yvette Thompson
Actress, Activist, Writer, and Teacher April Yvette Thompson shares with us her journey to taking responsibility for her fate as an artist. Find out how she pioneered her hit solo show, "Liberty City". Also, featuring Joshua Warr whose work with April evolved into "Sing No Evil", a caberet that is currently at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. Be inspired!
DATE: Fri, 06 Nov 2009
SIZE: 24.7 MB
Episode 114: Casting Director Billy Hopkins (Precious)
Casting Director Billy Hopkins gives us the inside scoop on the casting of the film PRECIOUS and tells us what to do if we end up auditioning in his office. Plus Darbi and Roz get personal about their own self defeating thoughts and how they recover from a bout of negative thoughts. Enjoy.
DATE: Mon, 12 Oct 2009
SIZE: 21.9 MB
Episode 113: Delroy Lindo
Roz Coleman interviews actor Delroy Lindo about the craft of acting and longevity of career. Darbi and Roz tackle a listeners’ question and hey!! There’s a job opening at Everything Acting Podcast. Listen and see if it’s right for you. Enjoy.
DATE: Thu, 10 Sep 2009
SIZE: 30.3 MB
Episode 112: All My Children Star Chrishell Stause
Roz and Darbi catch up on their summer antics and answer listener’s emails. Later, Darbi sits down with Chrishell Stause who (at the time of this interview) was going through mucho baby daddy drama on All My Children. Get all the goods on the life of a soap star. Enjoy.
DATE: Thu, 13 Aug 2009
SIZE: 10.9 MB
Episode 111: Make Your Own Way with Erin Stutland
Darbi Worley spends some time with actress and entrepreneur, Erin Stutland, who is making more than one of her own ways. Roz is on a beach somewhere according to Twitter. Hey, Darbi is teaching FREE intenSati classes in Washington Square Park in August. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 645am. Come play.
DATE: Thu, 30 Jul 2009
SIZE: 7.94 MB
Episode 110: Darius Nichols and Bryce Ryness from HAIR!
I’m not gonna lie…Darbi and Roz are crushing on these boys big time. We think you’ll fall in love with them, too. There’s not much more fun happening on Broadway than HAIR! Your co-hosts finally shared a Broadway stage…along with a bunch of hot, gyrating hippies. Rowr.
DATE: Sat, 18 Jul 2009
SIZE: 7.91 MB
Episode 109: Josh Halloway
Josh Halloway is a writer, producer, actor, monologist. Also, a movie trailer writer and show runner’s assistant. Hear what this Hollywood Renaissance Man has to say about Making Your Own Way. Darbi Worley flies solo this week as Roz entertains the HG from hell. Don’t know what that is? You should be following us on Twitter (darbiw and roz2010) or be our friends on Facebook. More info on Josh’s show HERE. .
DATE: Thu, 09 Jul 2009
SIZE: 12.1 MB
Episode 107: Melissa Maxwell
Roz Coleman and Darbi Worley discuss Michael Jackson and how they cope with their own artistic temperaments. Later, Roz interviews Melissa Maxwell, an actress, director, writer who makes her own way as she serves the artistic community with her IN THE KNOW LIST. Enjoy.
DATE: Fri, 26 Jun 2009
SIZE: 13.8 MB
Episode 107: Blithe Spirit
Darbi Worley goes backstage at Blithe Spirit to interview the funny maid, Susan Louise O’Connor and the funny Hair Supervisor Erin Kennedy Lunsford. Good times were had by all. Please support our sponsor, The Voiceover Event with Joan Baker (who coached Darbi and Roz way back on Episode 22) and our listener, Ben Riddick!
DATE: Wed, 17 Jun 2009
SIZE: 7.50 MB
Episode 106: The Last International Playboy
And it’s all Darbi Worley this episode. Darbi interviews Steve Clark and Thomas Moffett, two of the creative minds behind The Last International Playboy. Find out how they got their movie made and got Lydia Hearst to take her clothes off. Go see the movie at Village East in NYC!!
DATE: Sun, 07 Jun 2009
SIZE: 8.59 MB
Episode 105: Oscar Nominee Viola Davis
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.
DATE: Sat, 23 May 2009
SIZE: 10.2 MB
Episode 104: Selective Casting's Carol Nadell
Podcasting from the North woods of Minnesota, Darbi Worley sits down with industrial film expert, Carol Nadell of Selective Casting. Short and sweet for the holiday weekend. Darbi and Roz wish you and yours a safe and happy Memorial Day. Cheers!
DATE: Wed, 06 May 2009
SIZE: 27.9 MB
Episode 103: Voiceover Biz Guru Johnna Gottlieb
Our first repeat guest, Johnna Gottlieb (pictured here with the late, great Don LaFontaine), checks in with Darbi Worley to discuss (everybody groan) the economy and how it has affected the voiceover market. Darbi and Roz offer up their current favorite Actor Food and issue a call for feedback from listeners. Please let us hear your answer to this question: Why do you act?? You can respond via email at [email protected] or make a post on the Wall at our Facebook group, Everything Actors.If you’re interested in Johnna Gottlieb’s classes or services, check her out at jogoco.com. Until next time, have great auditions and get out there and Make Your Own Way!
DATE: Wed, 22 Apr 2009
SIZE: 30.6 MB
Episode 102: Veteran Actor Ron Canada
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.
DATE: Fri, 17 Apr 2009
SIZE: 34.2 MB
Episode 101: The Mentalist's Ashley Gable
Darbi Worley gets inside one of the minds behind “The Mentalist.” Hear what Co-Executive Producer Ashley Gable has to say about breaking into Hollywood and what life is like once you do. Darbi and Roz discuss the etiquette surrounding following up after a callback. Darbi talks about the latest viral video from Shoot the Messenger, “A Gathering Storm,” which takes on the opponents of marriage equality. You can view the video HERE. If you haven’t seen the original, brace yourself for some crazy and then check it out HERE.
DATE: Sat, 28 Mar 2009
SIZE: 51.4 MB
Episode 100: That’s Right….100!! The Amazing, Inspiring Patricia Moreno
Drum roll, please……ONE HUNDREDTH EPISODE, Y’ALL!!!! Darbi and Roz take a moment to pop a cork and reflect a bit about what EAP has brought to their lives and careers. Roz talks about her Zooman run and the “not so good” review she got. Darbi sits down with fitness and LOA guru Patricia Moreno. Last but not least, Darbi shares some Actor Food in the form of a Hamlet sequel. Thanks to all of you. We are honored and humbled to have been doing the show for two years now. We love you guys.
DATE: Thu, 12 Mar 2009
SIZE: 25.2 MB
Episode 99: Cast of Zooland and The Sign
Roz interviews Jamal Mallory-McCree, Tre Davis and Amari Cheatom about how their training at Julliard, Rutgers and Webster prepared them for their first year in NY. These three young actors star with Roz in the Off-Broadway revival of Zooman and the Sign now playing at the Signature Theatre in NY through April 26. Also Darbi is off to LA to perform Wake Up World (and sell it)! See Darbi in person March 17th & 18th at the Steve Allen Theater. Tickets and details at wakeupworld.tv.
DATE: Thu, 26 Feb 2009
SIZE: 14.7 MB
Episode 98: “How to be a Working Actor” Author Marilyn Henry (cue angel choir!)
Darbi and Roz are kind of hyperventilating over today’s guest, Mari Lyn Henry. Author of the “Bible of the Biz,” Ms. Henry and her co-author Lynne Rogers have helped hundreds of thousands of actors embark upon their careers. Darbi and Roz both looked to this book when they were new to the industry and agree that if you can only buy one book on the business of acting, this should be the book. Hear what she had to say when Roz sat down with her recently. Darbi and Roz dish on the Oscars. Roz shares what she’s calling a “gig guffaw” and it turns out that Darbi has made the same guffaw! Learn from our mistakes. It’s what we’re here for. Enjoy.
DATE: Wed, 14 Jan 2009
SIZE: 52.5 MB
Episode 97: Monologue Expert Karen Kohlhaas
Happy New Year! Updates with Darbi and Roz include: Darbi and the Shoot The Messenger crew are taking Wake Up World to DC and Roz’s reel on YouTube gets her a big job! Featured Interview with Karen Kohlhaas, director, teacher, and author of the new book: How to Choose A Monologue for any Audition. We hope you will be informed and inspired as always. Enjoy.
DATE: Wed, 17 Dec 2008
SIZE: 10.5 MB
Episode 96: Minnewood Founder Ryan Strandjord
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!
DATE: Fri, 21 Nov 2008
SIZE: 17.2 MB
Episode 95: Make Your Own Way with Damien Bailey
Technical difficulties were the order of the day this time around. After recording three brilliant intros and losing them all, your hosts gave up. SO! No fat this time around, just the story of Damien Bailey, an actor who is truly Making His Own Way. Enjoy.
DATE: Mon, 03 Nov 2008
SIZE: 13.4 MB
Episode 94: EAP Endorses Barack Obama
If you are or want to be an artist, you have to vote for Barack Obama. Period. Roz and Darbi discuss why this is true and the other reasons they are voting for Obama. Please listen, please take a look at THIS VIDEO, please make some calls for Barack and, for God’s sake, VOTE. We love you.
DATE: Mon, 27 Oct 2008
SIZE: 46.2 MB
Episode 93: Listener Questions
Darbi and Roz have been so busy working (and trying to get Barack Obama elected!!!) that we haven’t been very good about answering listener emails. We make up for it today with an “all listener q & a” episode. Questions from listeners like Tony Robinette, whom you see right here. We love his headshot, btw!
DATE: Wed, 15 Oct 2008
SIZE: 43.4 MB
Episode 92: Director/CD Paul Russell
Show business Renaissance Man, Paul Russell, sits down with Darbi to give the Everything Actors a peek inside his world. Learn more about Paul and his book, Acting: Make it your Business, at his website. Paul is going on a book tour, maybe near you! Darbi and Roz also discuss this crazy economy and how it’s affecting their acting lives. Enjoy the show and don’t forget to VOTE!!
DATE: Sat, 04 Oct 2008
SIZE: 50.3 MB
Episode 91: Lacey Stone and Jessica Clark of SweatCity
What do the owner/operators of a personal training/life coaching company have to teach you about acting? A whole bunch. Darbi flies solo while Roz works on a spec spot for OBAMA!!
DATE: Thu, 18 Sep 2008
SIZE: 36.3 MB
Episode 90: LIVE Event with Vanessa Williams
Our first LIVE event. Everything Actors sit down with our frequent guest, Vanessa Williams. Enjoy.
DATE: Tue, 26 Aug 2008
SIZE: 16.6 MB
Episode 89: Ian Dudley, Breadcrumbs
This week in Behind The Scenes: how to deal with hate mail! Darbi interviews Ian Dudley, Director of Photography on Breadcrumbs, the feature film Darbi recently starred in. Find out what important job the DP does on the set and how it affects the actor’s work. Enjoy.
DATE: Sun, 10 Aug 2008
SIZE: 43.3 MB
Episode 88: The Duplass Brothers (The Puffy Chair, Baghead)
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.
DATE: Mon, 04 Aug 2008
SIZE: 18.5 MB
Episode 87: Director Mike Nichols (Breadcrumbs, Dead Calling)
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.
DATE: Fri, 25 Jul 2008
SIZE: 28.6 MB
Episode 86: Jennifer Kaytin: Young and in Hollywood
Young in Hollywood. Jennifer Kaytin tells Roz what it’s like to arrive in LA at sixteen and start living the life of a professional actor. She talks about everthing from driving, to going to clubs, to how to focus in an audition. If you are thinking of making the move as a young person this is an episode you don’t want to miss. Also Darbi and Roz catch up in behind the scenes and there’s an opportunity for internships with Darbi’s hot show: Shoot The Messenger…many interns have ended up performing in or writing for the show. Niiiiice. Enjoy.
DATE: Sat, 28 Jun 2008
SIZE: 18.5 MB
Episode 85: Rising Star Douglas Nyback
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.
DATE: Fri, 06 Jun 2008
SIZE: 29.2 MB
Episode 84: Make Your Own Way (without an agent!!) with Twinkle Burke
Behind the Scenes: Darbi advises how to do action scenes in movies. It’s a little too late for Roz but you will surely find it helpful. Also we have fun talking about the Sex in the City Movie. It was like actor food for us! Featured guest Twinkle Burke discusses how to get work without an agent. Enjoy.
DATE: Mon, 26 May 2008
SIZE: 32.7 MB
Episode 83: Legally Blonde's Beth Curry
Darbi takes us on a backstage tour of the hit Broadway musical, Legally Blonde and has a conversation with Beth Curry. Enjoy.
DATE: Wed, 23 Apr 2008
SIZE: 14.2 MB
Episode 82: Broadway Star Eisa Davis
Roz chats with Broadway Star Eisa Davis. Eisa is an award winning playwright and actress who makes it all work together. She talks about her journey from the bay area to Harvard to LA and landing on Broadway in one of this season's hottest musicals. We welcome back William Esper Studio as sponsors. Enjoy.
DATE: Sat, 12 Apr 2008
SIZE: 14.6 MB
Episode 81: Catch Up with Roz and Darbi
Your errant hosts FINALLY sit down for a good catch up. Find out where the hell your errant podcasters have been over the past few months! Are you still out there? Let us know at [email protected]!!
DATE: Sat, 05 Apr 2008
SIZE: 36.2 MB
Episode 80: Actor Interview with Laith Nakli
Roz sits down with Laith Nakli, one of her co-stars from War. Life and work continue to take precedence over EAP, but we’re still here! Coming soon, an interview with Legally Blonde’s Beth Curry!
DATE: Thu, 20 Mar 2008
SIZE: 27.0 MB
Episode 79: Industry Interview with Sandy Gunar, Avanti Talent
YES! We’re still here. Just overwhelmed with life and work. A quickie interview for you with Sandy Gunar of Avanti Talent. Hope you like it. Roz and Darbi are hoping to be back in the EAP saddle soon. Thanks for your patience.
DATE: Sun, 03 Feb 2008
SIZE: 32.3 MB
Episode 77: VO Superstar Sunday Muse
This week, Darbi spends some time with superstar VO actor, Sunday Muse. Your hosts both have a lot going on, so episodes may be less frequent over the next month or two. Check out what’s going on with Darbi and Roz at darbiworley.com and redwallproductions.com. And please visit us anytime at our Backstage forum!
DATE: Sun, 03 Feb 2008
SIZE: 26.1 MB
Episode 78: Actress Flora Diaz
This week Roz takes the reigns. Actress Flora Diaz sneaks into Northwestern University's acting program and lands off Broadway in WAR by Lars Noren at The Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre. She tells her story with humor and gets a little dirty too, so this one's explicit. Also we have good clean Actor Food, Shameless Self Promotion (actor Christopher Leung Ki Fun) and a quick Coaching Chronicles. Happy No More WGA Strike! Enjoy.
DATE: Thu, 24 Jan 2008
SIZE: 56.8 MB
Episode 76: Actress Meghan Andrews
This week, Roz sits down with actress and musician Meghan Andrews. Hear about her journey from Disney child star to legit actress. Darbi and Roz also dish about the Oscar noms. Don’t forget to send us your thoughts about the show going to a paid subscription model. We love you guys! XOXO
DATE: Thu, 17 Jan 2008
SIZE: 58.9 MB
Episode 75: Actress/CD Bettina Bilger (aka The Episode in Which Darbi Seriously Loses Her Shit)
This week, we welcome Bettina Bilger, who pulls double duty as an actress and casting director. Bettina is an extremely accessible, actor-friendly professional with a fresh perspective on casting. You’re going to love her. You can send your headshots to Bettina at [email protected] Roz has a Coaching Chronicles and she reminds us that Red Wall Productions is having a screening /reading/party in celebration of the release of their DVD, Allergic to Nuts and Others. We will be screening Drawing Angel, reading a new screenplay called FIRE IN THE HOLE by Kaite Langen Aymes and eating and drinking. Please join us. It’s all free. Here are the details: 7pm. January 28th, 2008. The Ellington Room 400 West 43rd Street. Rsvp [email protected] We also ask for some feedback from you guys about the future of the show and Darbi seriously loses her shit. You do NOT want to miss that. Darbi simply asks that you be kind and remember that all that emotion comes from the love of this profession and the hope that we are helping you live your dreams. Enjoy.
DATE: Wed, 02 Jan 2008
SIZE: 27.9 MB
Episode 74: Actress Turned Filmmaker Abiola Abrams
Happy New Year! Watch out world. Abiola Abrams actress turned filmmaker, turned writer is taking over a media outlet near you. The even better news is in this interview with Roz she tells you how to do it too! Check out her debut novel: Dare! What would dare to do if you knew you could not fail? Available now everywhere. Plus we have a You Tube Video Suggestion: Hamlet on the Street, Craig Brazan.
DATE: Tue, 18 Dec 2007
SIZE: 33.3 MB
Episode 72: Roz Interviews Some of her DOUBT-Mates
Roz interviews theatre director Anders Cato and actress Ann Dowd about the play DOUBT. Both Anders and Ann offer insight into their journey as artists as they cleared clutter and lost weight making room for the creation of DOUBT. Doubt plays through Dec. 23rd 2007 at George Street Theatre in New Brunswick, N.J. Thanks for listening.
DATE: Tue, 18 Dec 2007
SIZE: 33.3 MB
Episode 73: Actor/Writer/Director/Producer Tom Gilroy
Darbi sits down with Tom Gilroy. Tom shares his experience making the transition from actor to writer, director and producer. You'll be inspired. Happy Holidays from Darbi and Roz. We love you guys!
DATE: Wed, 12 Dec 2007
SIZE: 50.4 MB
Episode 71: Walmartopia
Darbi sits down with the creative people behind Walmartopia. Danny Goldstein (Director), August Eriksmoen (Music Director) and Wendy Seyb (Choreographer) share their thoughts about actors they love to hire. Valuable information from the other side of the table. WARNING FOR SENSITIVE EARS! You don’t want to miss Danny’s story about the worst monologue ever…but it does include some off-color language. Way off color. Let’s just say it’s a monologue NO ONE needs to hear. And Roz is back with some more great advice in Coaching Chronicles. Enjoy!
DATE: Wed, 05 Dec 2007
SIZE: 20.2 MB
Episode 70: Vanessa Williams and Schatar Taylor
LA Part Duex: Fun Stuff ….Roz interviews Vanessa Williams about her acting with Eddie Murphy in the upcoming film Nowhere Land. Roz talks with Reality Star Schatar Taylor of Flavor of Love and Charm School. Find out how an audition for a reality show changed this actress’s life. Also an update on the Best Newcomer Award 2007! Enjoy.
DATE: Fri, 30 Nov 2007
SIZE: 35.1 MB
Episode 69: WGA Strike Update from LA
Darbi and Roz are “reunited and it feels so good.” They debate reality shows and handle some Answers for Actors. We also have Shameless Self Promotion. Then we get down to business about the situation in LA that is affecting us all, the strike of the Writer’s Guild of America. Brian Walton, professor and Attorney at Law who used to negotiate for the Writers’ Guild of America, explains the strike to us. Also, Stephon Fuller gives us the LA actor on the street point of view of the possible strategies. We also promise an interview with Vanessa Williams and Schatar, reality TV star plus Darbi’s Commercial Corner. Alas, we ran out of time and will have to post those interviews next. So keep listening! To be continued…
DATE: Thu, 22 Nov 2007
SIZE: 52.1 MB
Episode 68: Make Your Own Way with Baron Vaughn
Another solo hosted show, this time with Darbi Worley, who sits down with Baron Vaughn. Baron has done Broadway, TV, Film, Stand-up…and he is on his way to the T-O-P! You can say you discovered him here first. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. We love you. Darbi and Roz
DATE: Thu, 15 Nov 2007
SIZE: 19.7 MB
Episode 67: Director Tim Vasen
Theatre director Tim Vasen discusses how to audition for theatre in the regions and tells us that, “Shakespeare needs us!” Nice to know that. Enjoy. It’s an all Roz episode. Darbi’s buried with Shoot the Messenger. Ooh! And some good news for you EA Addicts. We have several interviews stockpiled and since we’re so busy that we’re having a hard time getting together to record, we are going to be posting some “interview-only shows (like this one!) between now and hte end of the year. Enjoy. .
DATE: Fri, 09 Nov 2007
SIZE: 38.3 MB
Episode 66: Actor, Author, Teacher Ron Morasco
This episode features author/actor/professor Ron Morasco and Roz discussing the craft of acting and his new book: Notes To An Actor. We also have Commercial Corner and a letter from the capitol of the ancient world: Egypt! We got a great letter from longtime listener Ayman.
DATE: Fri, 02 Nov 2007
SIZE: 61.1 MB
Episode 65: Daniel Schechter, Part Two
Part Two of Darbi’s interview with indie filmmaker and podcaster extraordinaire, Dan Schechter, in which our heroes discuss nudity. And a whole bunch of other stuff. Roz shares some LA Stories and in Behind the Scenes, we discuss “How to Get an Agent!” In Shameless Self Promotion, Darbi reveals that ROSEANNE BARR and Mo Rocca are going to be joining her on the Shoot the Messenger stage on Monday, November 5. Buy tickets at TicketWeb.com. And Roz started rehearsals this week for Doubt at the George Street Playhouse. She opens on November 27 and the show runs through December 23.
DATE: Sat, 27 Oct 2007
SIZE: 25.1 MB
Episode 64: Stephon Fuller--BONUS Interview from LA
Enjoy this actor’s journey from the suburbs of Virginia Beach to Hollywood. This man is on fire. And his story is funny as hell. It’s a phone interview so please bear with the audio. Coming up in just a few days, our regular episode with Part Two of Darbi’s interview with Daniel Schecter.
DATE: Sun, 21 Oct 2007
SIZE: 49.8 MB
Episode 63: Filmmaker Dan Schecter
Part One of Darbi’s interview with indie filmmaker, Dan Schecter. Shameless Self Promotion, Behind the Scenes, Listener Feedback, Coaching Chronicles!!!! What more could you ask for? Info about Angela Mickey’s Commercial Class is HERE. Learn more about Dan Schecter and Renart Films HERE. And subscribe the the Renart podcast HERE. Sorry we’re so late with the show, but this episode is worth the wait! Enjoy.
DATE: Tue, 09 Oct 2007
SIZE: 25.5 MB
Episode 62: Headshot Evaluation with Photographer Chris Macke
We wrap up the legit headshot evaluation with photographer Chris Macke taking a look at the shots. We also have Behind the Scenes and some Shameless Self Promotion from listener Sarah Louise Lilley. Enjoy.
DATE: Thu, 04 Oct 2007
SIZE: 37.1 MB
Episode 61: A BONUS with Faculty from The Esper Studio
A bonus episode! Interviews with Deb Jackel and Ted Morin from The Espser Studio. Everyone knows you need to know how to act….what else do you need to do to be competitive in this business? Deb discusses “The Business of Acting” and Ted addresses movement training. Enjoy!
DATE: Sun, 30 Sep 2007
SIZE: 42.5 MB
Episode 60: Industry Interview with Liz Ortiz-Mackes
Man oh man! Have we got an episode for you! Casting director Liz Ortiz Mackes tell us like it is in the legit casting world and then takes on your headshots for evaluation. Darbi tells us how to relax while talking straight into the camera in commericial corner. Plus behind the scenes, answers for actors and Darbi feeds us some much needed Actor Food. Enjoy. PS. Mea culpa! Roz mispronouced Liz’s name. It’s not Mackeee but Mackes. Sorry Liz. Oh and I made Darbi mess it up too! Oops. My bad.
DATE: Thu, 20 Sep 2007
SIZE: 32.6 MB
Episode 59: Industry Interview with Mark Redanty
Industry Insider Interview with Mark Redanty of Bauman, Redanty and Shaul. BRS is a bicoastal agency known for Broadway clients. Mark will also take on your legit shots Part One of our Headshot Evaluation. And Darbi talks about dressing casual in Commercial Corner.
DATE: Wed, 12 Sep 2007
SIZE: 31.6 MB
Episode 58: Girls Gone Wild!?!
As serious and reverent as our last show was...is as silly as this one is. We do address some serious topics (spirituality for actors, set etiquette), but we also indulge in a little Britney Dish. Have your hosts lost their minds!?!? You’ll have to tune in to find out.
DATE: Fri, 07 Sep 2007
SIZE: 25.6 MB
Episode 57: Willliam Esper
Here it is! We are very pleased and proud to present the interview most requested by you, our listeners. Darbi and Roz sit down with Mr. William Esper of the Esper Studio in NY. Find out what actors learn from Esper that equips them to be so successful in show business. Learn more about The William Esper Studio at esperstudio.com.
DATE: Thu, 06 Sep 2007
SIZE: 47.0 MB
Episode 56: Make Your Own Way with Adam Fox
Adam Fox is a true Renaissance Man. He started as a child actor, has been a dancer and a musician and currently runs Defiant Digital from his home studio. He works as both a voice actor and an engineer. If you have any interest in breaking into the home VO market, you can learn a lot from Darbi’s discussion with Adam. BIG Congratulations to Roz and Craig!!!! They won the Highest Achievement Award at a film festival in Georgia for their film “Drawing Angel.” We’re so proud of you guys!! In Behind the Scenes, Roz talks about the traps that even she falls into sometimes. We answer a Cairo listener’s question about monologues in Listener Feedback and, in Coaching Chronicles, Roz talks about how to truly prepare for an audition.
DATE: Fri, 31 Aug 2007
SIZE: 28.8 MB
Episode 55: Yolanda Ross
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!
DATE: Fri, 24 Aug 2007
SIZE: 21.8 MB
Episode 54: BONUS Episode Make Your Own Way with JJ Kandel
J.J. Kandel is making his own way in theatre in NYC. He’s is producing and starring in his own showcase this summer written and directed by NYC’s finest playwrights and directors. An inspiration homerun.
DATE: Fri, 24 Aug 2007
SIZE: 61.5 MB
Episode 53: Matty Goldberg
Matty Goldberg is a comedian who is making his own way. Matty is a funny comedian/actor who will inspire you to get off the couch and take some risks. Learn more about him on his MySpace. We love him. Also, Darbi and Roz discuss the Day Job Dilemma and Roz addresses “dressing the part” in Coaching Chronicles. Thanks to our listeners who sent in donations this week! Will, Chandra, Matt and Joe! We appreciate you!
DATE: Wed, 22 Aug 2007
SIZE: 25.2 MB
Episode 52: BONUS Make Your Own Way with Margot Leitman
We couldn’t WAIT to get this episode up, so here you go!! Short and simple…it’s an interview with a comic actress who is Making Her Own Way and who can teach you how to do it!! Enjoy! And learn more about Margot and her class at margotleitman.com or comixny.com. Margot is a graduate of the Ithaca College Theatre Department, where she graduated Cum Laude with departmental honors. While in Ithaca she performed in such shows as: Reefer Madness, Lysistrata and Hurlyburly. Since college, she has been performing and writing comedy rigorously, performing on both east west coasts, as well as various colleges throughout the Northeast. Her dark, liberal, off-beat stand-up got her noticed in both 2004 and 2005, when she was one of five NYC nominees for the ECNY award for “Best Female Stand-up.” Soon after, Margot was a regional finalist in the Ladies of Laughter Contest.” She was also the winner of the NYC “Aristocontest,” a contest where comedians competed to tell the best variation on the classic joke, “The Aristocrats.” Margot’s one woman show, “Just Here for the Day,” about her unruly escapes as an unlikely substitute teacher ran for six months to packed houses at the UCB Theatre in NYC and Los Angeles. In 2006, Margot co-wrote and co-starred with Sarah Burns in “Slow Night,” a one-act play about two waitresses working the overnight shift at a diner in New Jersey. “Slow Night” had a five month run at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre and was an off-Broadway pick by New York Magazine. Her first show at UCB, “Namedroppers,” was co-written by longtime friend Giulia Rozzi and was called “Hilarious” by the Onion. In addition, Margo performs regularly among the NYC downtown comedy/storytelling scene. Appearances include: Invite Them Up; Oh, Hello; Chicks and Giggles; The Nights of our Lives; Heeb Storytelling Presents; Mortifies; Giant Tuesday Nights of Amazing Inventions and Also There is a Game; The Rejection Show and more. Margot is a contributing writer for the book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Jokes,” published by Alpha/Penguin books. She is also a staff writer for the women’s comedy website, Hello Hilarious, where she writes a weekly column on sex, love and nightlife in NYC from a female comedian’s point of view. Television appearances include: MTV, AMC’s “Date Night”, Guest fashion correspondent for Fashion Week on E/Style, played Tori Spelling on ESPN’s “Cheap Seats”, panelist on VH1’s Best Week Ever, Style Network’s “Try my Life,” NBC Broadband’s “Five Worst,” various characters on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” music video for Kasabian’s “Cutt Off,” Korean television, Japanese television and various commercials and industrials. She currently lives in New York City, her favorite food is bacon and she recently discovered that she is allergic to cats.
DATE: Sat, 18 Aug 2007
SIZE: 35.4 MB
Episode 51: Industry Interview with John Dapolito
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!
DATE: Thu, 09 Aug 2007
SIZE: 38.9 MB
Episode 50 (!!!): Actor Curtiss Cook
Ooooh-wee! This episode is smokin’ hot! Darbi and Roz tackle the question…how do you handle sex and/or nudity in an audition!?!? We promise…this is the last R-rated “Behind the Scenes” for a while! Speaking of hot, Curtiss Cook is ON FIRE! You will be inspired to get out there and hustle after you hear the enthusiasm and excitement of this emerging actor. And Roz has another Coaching Chronicles, recorded on location at the New York Fim Academy where she’s teaching. Congratulations to BOTH of our hosts this week. Roz booked an Equity showcase directed by non other than super hot casting director, Billy Hopkins, AND an episode of New Amsterdam. And Darbi has been cast in “Shoot the Messenger,” a weekly satirical look at the latest news from Lizz Winstead (co-creator of The Daily Show) AND has been chosen to be the voice of “Conversations with Carlos Watson,” a series of one-hour specials on NBC. These girls are sizzling! And we give credit to Everything Acting and our listeners for inspiring us and keeping us on our game.
DATE: Thu, 02 Aug 2007
SIZE: 62.3 MB
Episode 49: Industry Interview with Jeff Mitchell
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.
DATE: Mon, 23 Jul 2007
SIZE: 50.5 MB
Episode 48: Make Your Own Way with David Rhodes
This week, Darbi sits down with actor/writer/producer David Rhodes, who is making his own way with a one-man show that will open at Urban Stages in NYC on August 16th. We also have Answers for Actors, Behind the Scenes and a new segment called "Bang or Bust," in which your hosts wil review all kinds of things actors spend money on and let you know whether we think it's worth your hard earned money! Roz will talk about working with a manager in Coaching Chronicles. Just a few more days to get your legit headshots in to [email protected] 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.
DATE: Fri, 20 Jul 2007
SIZE: 35.3 MB
Episode 47: Q Smith
Today’s show is SUPER sized and jam-packed with Behind the Scenes, Answers for Actors, a wonderful interview with Q Smith and Commercial Corner! Just a few more days to get your legit headshots in to [email protected] 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.
DATE: Fri, 13 Jul 2007
SIZE: 11.2 MB
Episode 46: Killer Cover Letters
Technically, we’re off this week, but we wanted to give you a little bonus episode so that you don’t get too lonely for your Everything Acting! Darbi discusses the components of a killer cover letter. Enjoy! Don’t forget to send in your theatrical/legit headshots for our evaluation. Deadline is July 31. Also, your entries for the Everything Acting Best Newcomer Awards. Listen to this episode for details. As always, please share your thoughts on the show at [email protected]
DATE: Tue, 03 Jul 2007
SIZE: 28.0 MB
Episode 45: Irene Molloy from 10 Million Miles
Darbi interviewed this fantastic actress and we're giving you the interview as it's own episode so that we could get it posted quickly! Irene's show closes on July 15, so you gotta get over to the Atlantic before it's gone. Learn more about the show at atlantictheater.org and check our Irene's music at myspace.com/irenemolloy. Don't forget to vote for us on Podcast Alley, write good things about us in the iTunes Music Store, be our friend on MySpace...and if ya can, please throw a few bucks our way via the "Make a Donation" link at everythingactingpodcast.com. Thanks for listening.
DATE: Tue, 03 Jul 2007
SIZE: 45.6 MB
Episode 44: Organize your Acting Life! Tools to help you do it.
Roz Coleman interviews our featured guests Kristina Huges and Brian Vemeire. They talk about their acting careers in LA and their products for actors. Check out the free stuff you can get online from Brian and Kristina. It may help you in your career. Also, Darbi and Roz attempt to answer an unanswerable question in answers for actors. Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the "Make a Donation" button. Send us your entries for the first ever Everything Acting Awards! Let us hear what's going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Please support our sponsor, Secrets of Screen Acting.
DATE: Thu, 28 Jun 2007
SIZE: 38.5 MB
Episode 43: In the Regions with Marco Perella (Austin, TX)
This week, Darbi talks to Marco Perella, actor, author and musician from Austin, TX in another “In the Regions.” Roz shares a personal audition story in Coaching Chronicles and we discuss dealing with an unsupportive family in Behind the Scenes. See more from Marco at marcoperella.com. Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Send us your entries for the first ever Everything Acting Awards! Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Please support our sponsor, Secrets of Screen Acting.
DATE: Thu, 21 Jun 2007
SIZE: 47.4 MB
Episode 42: Actress Carla Renata discusses making the move from Bway to LA!
This episode features an extended Answers for Actors segment. Roz interviews our featured guest, LA actress & author Carla Renata who shares her transition from B’way to sitcoms. Also, Darbi’s Commercial Corner continues with the agent interview…watch out for the secret weapon she suggests you bring to the interview! Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Send us your entries for the first ever Everything Acting Awards! Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Please support our sponsor, Secrets of Screen Acting.
DATE: Fri, 15 Jun 2007
SIZE: 49.9 MB
Episode 41: Industry Interview with Scott Wojcik (Casting by Rosen and Wojcik)
This episode, Roz and Darbi bare their souls in Behind the Scene, talking about how fear can lead an actor to sabotage themselves. If you’ve experienced this and especially if you have a way to overcome your fears, tell us about it at [email protected] Darbi shares some Actor Food in the form of Sarah Polley’s movie, Away from Her. Scott Wojcik, one of Darbi’s favorite casting directors, is our Featured Guest. He shares his tips for putting on a successful showcase. And Roz continues the theme of beating your fears in Coaching Chronicles. Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Please support our sponsor, Secrets of Screen Acting. Check out a free episode from Patrick Tucker of the BBC by visiting secretsofscreenacting.com.
DATE: Thu, 07 Jun 2007
SIZE: 42.1 MB
Episode 40: Lordy, Lordy, Everything Acting Podcast is 40!!
This episode, Roz and Darbi discuss aging in showbiz: Is There Acting Life After 40? Featured guest is Tony nominated actor John Earl Jelks who shares his jouney to the great white way. He didn’t get the girl but he got the career of a lifetime. And Darbi delivers another powerful Commercial Corner: How to read commercial copy in the agent interview. Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Please support our sponsor, Secrets of Screen Acting.
DATE: Wed, 30 May 2007
SIZE: 59.8 MB
Episode 39: Kelly Grant from Company on Broadway
This week, we go Behind the Scenes to discover the Good, the Bad and the Ugly when it comes to acting teachers. Darbi Worley interviews Kelly Grant, star of the ensemble musical, Company on Broadway. Roz Coleman brings you more info in Coaching Chronicles. Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Please support our sponsor, Secrets of Screen Acting.
DATE: Tue, 22 May 2007
SIZE: 30.2 MB
Episode 38: Acting Coach to the Stars, Ariane Brandt
This week, we have Behind the Scenes, Answers for Actors and Roz sits down with our Featured Guest, Ariane Brandt...acting coach to the stars! In Commercial Corner, Darbi continues to explore the commercial agent interview. This episode is chock full of information and inspiration. Listen for what it takes to become a celebrity actor and then get your team in place.
DATE: Wed, 16 May 2007
SIZE: 51.2 MB
Episode 37: In the Regions w/Donise Hardy (Austin, TX)
This week on the show, Darbi Worley interviews Donise Hardy, from Casting Works LA in Austin. Donise is one of the busiest casting directors in Texas. Donise and her team have cast over 18 feature films, 18 television projects, and more commercials than you could shake a Texas-sized stick at. Learn more about Donise at castingworksla.com or talentworks-usa.com. In Coaching Chronicles, Roz lets us eavesdrop on a fantastic understudy story told by Kelly McAndrew (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, B’way). Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Next week, we debate the pros and cons of Celebrity and bring you a guest who knows how to become one!
DATE: Tue, 08 May 2007
SIZE: 38.6 MB
Everything Acting Episode 36: Disturbia's Aaron Yoo
This week on the show, Darbi Worley interviews Aaron Yoo, star of the movie Disturbia, which held the number one slot for THREE weeks! In Coaching Chronicles, Roz welcomes the class of ‘07 to the professional acting world. Please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Especially, please send us your websites so that we can include you in our Listener Websites section. Next week, “In the Regions” heads south to Texas when Darbi interviews Donise Hardy of Casting Works LA in Austin, Texas.
DATE: Wed, 02 May 2007
SIZE: 19.5 MB
Everything Acting Episode 35: Who Got the Part w/Deidre Goodwin (A Chorus Line on Broadway)
Roz Coleman interviews Broadway triple threat Deidre Goodwin who is currently starring in A CHORUS LINE. Darbi delivers another segment of Commercial Corner that will help you get through that agent interview. Roz takes the EAP reins while Darbi’s shooting some commercials. Ya better tune in, cuz who knows what manner of craziness might occur!? It’s a new month, so please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the “Make a Donation” button. Let us hear what’s going on with you and what you think of the show at [email protected] Next week, Aaron Yoo from Disturbia!!
DATE: Sun, 22 Apr 2007
SIZE: 41.3 MB
Everything Acting Episode 34: Make Your Own Way with Andrea Ciannevea
Darbi Worley interviews Andrea Ciannevai, star and writer of "Pretty Chin Up". "Pretty Chin Up", sponsored by LAB Theater Company, opens at the Public on May 15 and runs through June 2. Andrea Ciannavei serves as LAByrinth’s Literary Manager, and won the New York Independent International Film and Video Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for Best Supporting Actress for the film Pigeonholed. Her short plays include Employees Must Wash Hands, The Squeeze (both directed by Michele Chivu); Twelve Never Changes (directed by Laura Somers); and Murasaki at The Women’s Project Festival. Thanks to Maya in Chicago, who turns us on to a new podcast that you can listen to here. If you've ever wanted to listen in on a voice-over audition, here's your chance. If you haven't done so already in April, please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the "Make a Donation" button. We love you guys. Let us hear YOUR stories at [email protected]
DATE: Wed, 18 Apr 2007
SIZE: 23.3 MB
Everything Acting Episode 33: Industry Interview with Nadette Stasa
Roz Coleman interviews Nadette Stasa, freelance casting director and actress. Darbi Worley starts her series on The Agent Interview in Commercial Corner. One of our hosts chooses "Blades of Glory," the new Will Farrell movie, as her Actor Food for the week. Surely it wasn't the actress with the Yale Drama education and the Broadway credits! Or maybe it is...tune in to find out. If you haven't done so already in April, please vote for us on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the "Make a Donation" button. We love you guys. Let us hear YOUR stories at [email protected]
DATE: Wed, 11 Apr 2007
SIZE: 41.8 MB
Everything Acting Episode 32: Industry Interview with Jack Menashe, Independent Artists
Jack Menashe is an agent who makes things happen. You do not want to miss Darbi Worley's interview with this mover and shaker. He tells it like it is! In Actor Food, Darbi turns us on to a website that will SAVE YOUR BUTT the next time you need to learn an accent, the Speech Accent Archive. Roz Coleman shares the inspiration she gained from a new fearless and excited client. If you haven't done so already in April, please vote for us again on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] and to those of you who help us pay the bills by clicking on the "Make a Donation" button. We love you guys. Special congratulations this week to Carissa Campbell on her acceptance into the Palm Canyon Theater's EMC Program. We are SO PROUD of you, Carissa!! Let us hear YOUR stories at [email protected]
DATE: Wed, 04 Apr 2007
SIZE: 23.0 MB
Everything Acting Episode 31: Make Your Own Way with Victoria Labalme
Meet an actress who has really Made Her Own Way, through creating an entirely new form of public speaking, the "Theatrical Keynote." Victoria LaBalme is truly cutting her own path and Roz Coleman gets us all the details of her unique career. In Commercial Corner, Darbi Worley demystifies the "Bite & Smile." In Actor Food, Darbi mentions an article we saw on the Backstage message boards about Mae Laborde and Roz shares some of her favorite podcasts. It's a new month, so please vote for us again on Podcast Alley. Be our friend on MySpace. Thank, as always, to all of you who share your thoughts on the show at [email protected] We love you guys. CORRECTION! We inadvertently gave the incorrect web address for one of our most loyal listeners, Joe Rodriguez (aka The VO Thespian). Joe's site is voiceoverthespian.com. And it's a good one, check it out. We also love Frances Turner's site.
DATE: Wed, 28 Mar 2007
SIZE: 36.6 MB
Everything Acting Episode 30: The Resource Girl, Amy Harrell
If you are having trouble making ends meet, THIS is the interview for you. Nobody knows resources like The Resource Girl, Amy Harrell. She gives us her tips on how to survive financially while you pursue your artistic endeavors. Amy also shares some thoughts on how to make a move to the US from another country. Check out Amy’s book on Amazon.com. Also on the show, some controversial advice from Roz Coleman! Thanks to all of you who reached out to us this week, either via email, a review in iTunes or Podcast Alley, a visit to our forum on Backstage.com or with a little $$ to support the show. A special thank you to Bob in Houston for a particularly generous donation. Thanks, Bob and thanks to ALL of you. We love you guys. Please visit everythingactingpodcast.com to let your voice be heard!
DATE: Mon, 26 Mar 2007
SIZE: 1.65 MB
There was a glitch in iTunes last week and when people tried to download Episode 28, they got ANOTHER copy of Episode 29. Doh! We just found out about it (thanks Joe) and it’s fixed. If you had trouble, simply delete Episode 28 and refresh your podcasts. It should download fine then. If you still have trouble, please email us [email protected] and we’ll help you through it.
DATE: Thu, 22 Mar 2007
SIZE: 33.4 MB
Everything Acting Episode 29: Bonus Episode! Roz on "Indelible"
As promised, a BONUS episode where Darbi interviews our own Roz Coleman about her experiences on the set of the new movie, "Indelible." Enjoy!
DATE: Tue, 20 Mar 2007
SIZE: 56.8 MB
Everything Acting Episode 28: Tracie Thoms (Cold Case, Grindhouse)
This week, Roz Coleman spends some time with Tracie Thoms (Cold Case, Grindhouse). Tracie is an actor to look up to. Listen to her advice about DOING the WORK to get where you want to be. In Actor Food, Roz discusses Chris Rock's appearance on Inside the Actor's Studio and Darbi recommends Errol Morris' documentary, "Gates of Heaven."
DATE: Wed, 14 Mar 2007
SIZE: 47.2 MB
Everything Acting Episode 27: Industry Interview With Billy Serow, Abrams Voice-Over Department
Roz Coleman is back in the saddle! We welcome Roz back from her film shoot and she inspires us with some more great news! Roz will be back on Broadway this coming May, standing by for Tonya Pinkins in August Wilson’s latest play, Radio Golf. YES!! In Actor Food, Darbi and Roz discuss "Artist Dates," as defined in the great book, The Artist’s Way, by Julia Cameron. Coaching Chronicles is filled with advice for musical theater auditions and our Industry Interview is with Billy Serow, Super-Agent and Renaissance Man. Darbi Worley sits down with Billy, who tells his story and gives us some advice on college auditions, securing representation and building a career.
DATE: Tue, 06 Mar 2007
SIZE: 45.1 MB
Everything Acting Episode 26: In The Regions With Your Act Studio (Atlanta, GA)
It’s a BRAND NEW segment! In The Regions is designed for those of you who do not live in New York or LA. And for those of you who do, but are curious about what acting is like in other areas of the country. In the first edition of this new segment, Roz Coleman interviews the owners and operators of Your Act Studio in Atlanta, GA. They give us the low-down on what it’s like to be an actor down South. In Actor Food, Darbi Worley discusses an unusual and inspiring book called, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.” Darbi found that it sparked her to think in a different way about getting to know characters.
DATE: Wed, 28 Feb 2007
SIZE: 40.4 MB
Everything Acting Episode 25: Industry Interview With Angela Mickey, Liz Lewis Casting
This week on the show, Darbi Worley interviews casting director Angela Mickey from Liz Lewis Casting. Angela shares her thoughts on what makes successful actors tick and clues us in on what she wishes all actors knew about the business. Also, Darbi’s thoughts on the Oscars and, in Commercial Corner, the importance of the size card. It matters more than you think it does!
DATE: Sun, 25 Feb 2007
SIZE: 38.0 MB
Everything Acting Episode 24: Bonus Episode With L.A. Actress Denice Sealy
Oh, yeah…it’s another BONUS EAP!! This time, we’re going bonus so that we can include ALL of Roz Coleman’s interview with LA actress, Denice Sealy. Hear how she turned casting director meet & greets into a signed relationship with a hot agent! This young woman is on the move. You’ll be inspired by her story. Take a listen. Coming up in a few days, Darbi’s interview with Carol Ostrow from the Flea Theater in New York. And an Oscar Wrap Up with our thoughts on who won (and who we WISH had won).
DATE: Tue, 20 Feb 2007
SIZE: 33.5 MB
Everything Acting Episode 23: Industry Interview With Bonnie Shumofsky, Abrams Youth Department
Finally, something for our younger listeners. Bonnie Shumofsky, from Abrams Youth Department, gives us the low-down on breaking into acting as a wee one. Bonnie has represented some of the best child actors in the world, including Hallie Kate Eisenberg and Liam Aiken. She knows her stuff. And Roz has another edition of Coaching Chronicles. We missed her during the Intro because she’s working on a MOVIE!
DATE: Sat, 17 Feb 2007
SIZE: 34.5 MB
Everything Acting Episode 22: Bonus Episode With Joan, VO Coach Extraordinaire
Here’s the deal. If you do voice-over or WANT to do voice-over, this is the episode for you. Joan baker, VO Superstar and author of “Secrets of Voice-Over Success” gives Darbi and Roz a coaching session on the air. She is FANTASTIC. Check it out and let us know what you think.
DATE: Mon, 12 Feb 2007
SIZE: 21.1 MB
Everything Acting Episode 21: K Callan Tells It Like It Is
This episode features an interview with author/actress K Callan. She’s been acting forever and knows this business inside out. She will give you the reality about getting work and what the actor’s responsibilities are versus the responsibility of the agent. Plus there’s more actor food and Darbi delivers a segment of commercial corner all about industrials.
DATE: Thu, 08 Feb 2007
SIZE: 44.4 MB
Everything Acting Episode 20: Make Your Own Way with Ryan Shrime.
This episode is so full I don’t know what to hype the most. Ryan Shrime, of the Arab-American Comedy Festival, sits down with Darbi Worley to share his thoughts on making your own way. And Roz Coleman tells an extremely personal story on our new segment, Coaching Chronicles. Check it out and send her some love, y’all.
DATE: Thu, 01 Feb 2007
SIZE: 22.8 MB
Everything Acting Episode 19: Part 2 - Vanessa Williams part 2. Being your own publicist.
The second half of Roz’s interview with Vanessa Williams is here. Also, for those of us who are our own publicist, Darbi discusses some key elements of a successful postcard campaign.
DATE: Thu, 01 Feb 2007
SIZE: 44.8 MB
Everything Acting Episode 19: Part 1 - Roz interviews Vanessa Williams of BET’s Soul Food.
Roz Coleman interviews Vanessa Williams of BET’s Soul Food about the red carpet and the publicity machine. Actor Food and Part One of her interview are here.
DATE: Wed, 24 Jan 2007
SIZE: 38.9 MB
Everything Acting Episode 18: Johnna Gottlieb, Johnna Gottlieb Consulting–How To Get An Agent
This week, Darbi Worley interviews Johnna Gottlieb of Johnna Gottlieb consulting. Johnna answers the question all beginning actors want answered..."How can I get an agent?” This episode is key for those of you seeking representation. Also on the show, Commercial Corner and, in Actor Food, Roz Coleman shares some BIG news that will put a smile on your face. Please vote for us at Podcast Alley. And please be our friend on MySpace. Thanks for all of your support, especially to donors Sarah, Josh, Travis and Laura.
DATE: Thu, 18 Jan 2007
SIZE: 40.5 MB
Everything Acting Episode 17: Isaiah Whitlock
This week, Roz Coleman interviews Isaiah Whitlock from The Wire and many, many other significant roles. Isaiah discusses the gutsy moves he made as he was coming up the ranks and how those risks paid off. Our new email address is [email protected] Have a great week!
DATE: Sat, 13 Jan 2007
SIZE: 21.9 MB
Everything Acting Episode 16: Part 1
HEADSHOT EVALUATIONS! The Classics: Duane Boutte (New York actor and Shakespeare instuctor) and Sharon Washinton (classically trained actress) on her way to Denver to do King Lear! Plus all sorts of mayhem, new theme music, audio problems, Roz has laryngitis! It's nuts. Enjoy the good stuff, forgive the bad
DATE: Thu, 11 Jan 2007
SIZE: 11.6 MB
Everything Acting Episode 16: Part 2 - Commercial Corner
The techie side of Roz's brain went haywire this week. But she finally got it together. Here's the Commercial Corner segment that was missing from part one. Thanks for your patience. And a special thanks to: Lana Yoo, Jerry Braxton, Ashley Belton, Cliff Samara, and Commodore James. You guys rock! Roz and Darbi
DATE: Wed, 03 Jan 2007
SIZE: 19.3 MB
Everything Acting Episode 15
Meet THAT GUY. Darbi interviews working actor Geoffrey Cantor who shares how he uses his unique talents to support his young family plus another new segment: Actor Food.
DATE: Tue, 19 Dec 2006
SIZE: 14.3 MB
Everything Acting Episode 14: Make Your Own Way with Beverly Smith
Enjoy another segment of "Make Your Own Way" with TV Personality Beverly Smith. Darbi's got another segment of "Commercial Corner" where she covers everything you need to know about slates in the commercial audition.
DATE: Thu, 14 Dec 2006
SIZE: 12.8 MB
Everything Acting Episode 13: Who Got The Part? Danny Burstein
Darbi Worley interviews Danny Burstein, an actor's actor who is currently starring in the Broadway hit The Drowsy Chaperone. Danny will tell us how he scored the role of a lifetime.
DATE: Sat, 09 Dec 2006
SIZE: 8.07 MB
Everything Acting Bonus Episode 12: Craig Wroe
Practical Tips For Actors with Craig Wroe author of An Actor Prepares To Work In New York City and An Actor Prepares To Live In New York City.
DATE: Wed, 06 Dec 2006
SIZE: 15.7 MB
Everything Acting Episode 11: Broadway Producer Randall Wreghitt
A very special commercial corner this week & our feature segment is an interview with Broadway producer Randall L. Wreghitt. Darbi uses her personal connection from way back to Mr. Wreghitt to
DATE: Thu, 30 Nov 2006
SIZE: 16.9 MB
Everything Acting Episode 10: Make Your Own Way
Make Your Own Way: Laura Kindred and Lindy Jamil Gomez talk about going from actresses to television pilot producers with their first project: Out Of Commission. Darbi Worley takes you back to the C
DATE: Wed, 22 Nov 2006
SIZE: 13.8 MB
Everything Acting Episode 9: LaChanze
New Segments: Who Got The Job & How They Got It: Tony award winner LaChanze! Commercial Corner: Dickey's Barbeque with your hosts Darbi Worley and Roz Williams Enjoy!
DATE: Thu, 16 Nov 2006
SIZE: 16.0 MB
Everything Acting Episode 8: Stephanie Klapper
Answers For Actors: Darbi interviews busy casting director Stephanie Klapper. They cover how to communicate with a casting director even in a social situation. You will also learn the road Stephanie
DATE: Thu, 09 Nov 2006
SIZE: 16.5 MB
Episode 7: Commercial Producer Susan Lekanides
Roz of Red Wall Productions sits down with Susan Lekanides a producer of over 40 commercials. We discuss the commercial making process and lets actors know how to make an impression in the audition a
DATE: Sun, 05 Nov 2006
SIZE: 14.0 MB
Episode 6: J.J. Adler Voice Over Agent
Darbi Worley finds out all about voice overs. She gets it straight from the horse’s mouth: J.J. Adler of Abram’s Artists. He’s a voice over agent at one of the top agencies in NY.
DATE: Fri, 03 Nov 2006
SIZE: 11.8 MB
Everything Acting 5: Sitcom director: Philip Charles Makenzie
Philip Charles Mackenzie, writer, actor and director of hundreds of sit-coms tells how he went from actor to director and the differences between stage, film and TV acting. Check it out. I learned a lot.
DATE: Sat, 28 Oct 2006
SIZE: 8.74 MB
Everything Acting Episode 4.1: Coach to the stars: Margie Haber
Roz talks shop with Margie Haber, audition coach to the stars, to find out how she helps actors around the world face auditions!
DATE: Wed, 25 Oct 2006
SIZE: 12.5 MB
Everything Acting Episode 4: Elizabeth Gans
This episode is fab. Darbi sits down with casting director Elizabeth Gans and gets the skinny on getting cast in commercials. This episodes rocks for seasoned professionals and newbies.
DATE: Thu, 19 Oct 2006
SIZE: 11.4 MB
Everything Acting 3: Money & Rosalyn Williams Interview
How much money can you really make as an actor? Darbi Knows! Everything you ever wanted to know about your podcast host Rosalyn Coleman Williams.
DATE: Wed, 11 Oct 2006
SIZE: 8.36 MB
Episode 2.1 Actor Mike Mosley: Who Got The Job and How They Got It
Who got the part and how they got it! Actor Mike Mosley star of the NBC series Kidnapped sits down with Roz and talks about his journey from handing out flyers for Broadway shows to starring on a NBC series.
DATE: Wed, 11 Oct 2006
SIZE: 7.22 MB
Episode 2: Darbi Worley
This episode is all about Darbi Worley find out what this busy actress is all about. Darbi knows how to break into commercials. She did it in record time and can help you do it too! Check her out even more at: www.darbiworley.com
DATE: Thu, 05 Oct 2006
SIZE: 9.02 MB
Episode One: Answers for Actors: The Casting Couch
Darbi Worley finds out what’s up with the casting couch and Roz of Red Wall Productions takes on actress Harriett D. Foy...maybe she knows something about the casting couch?
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