“A lot of my work is done by sort of gut and instinct. I just feel into it and I know what they want me to bring to the canvas” – Claudia Black
Author Lance Carter
“It’s not just memorizing and it’s not like a memory test, you have to actually say as if you mean it and understand it” – Containment’s George Young
“We got to play in the audition room, in the testing room, which takes a lot of the pressure out of things and you can have a good time and hope for the best” – Christina Marie Moses
“They’re always very nerve-racking but I just tried to control my nerves and make it look like it was easy. But it wasn’t.” – Hanna Mangan Lawrence on auditions
“[David Gyasi] walked into our room just to read at the last minute and blew us away so much that we changed everything about how we were gonna put this cast together”
As it says on the poster, Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles is the “next best thing to seeing” the iconic foursome. And whoever wrote that nice little quote is exactly right.
“The worst part is waiting. In fact, it’s far worse to wait to find out if you got a job then it is to find out you didn’t get a job.” – Trevor St. John
“That’s what we want to do as actors, discover what it’s like to be a human being” – Kristen Gutoskie
Jenny Jules on Her Broadway Debut in ‘The Crucible’, Working with the Cast and Keeping Her Voice in Shape
“The first preview for me is a really special performance because nobody else has seen it. And in comes the character that’s been missing from your production the whole time, which is the audience.” – Jenny Jules
If ever a film was ‘of the moment’, this is it. This takes the Muslim community and humanizes it, gives it a much needed face
Cinematographer Adam Pinney makes his directorial debut with the strange and sometimes intriguing, The Arbalest.
Paul Alexander Nolan Talks Steve Martin’s ‘Bright Star’ and How to Have a Normal Life While Working on Broadway
“It takes time to get stuff in your blood and to a place where you feel like you’re not just in a room surviving and trying to remember lines” – Paul Alexander Nolan on auditioning
“I try to be prepared. But I think first and foremost, is I always try to get better. I still see acting coaches. I still go to acting classes” – Morris Chestnut
Lenny Platt on ‘Quantico’, the “Amazing Education” He Got Working on a Soap and Pushing Forward When Faced with Adversity
“The faster I can get those words and commit them to memory, the sooner I can really start thinking about what my intention is, what the subtext is and what my character is trying to achieve by saying these things” – Lenny Platt
With a book, lyrics, and music by South Park’s Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Frozen’s Robert Lopez, it’s one of the most offensive and funniest shows you’ll ever see.
The film is entertaining, especially if you’re a history buff. And, just to relive a brief moment in time, it’s well worth watching.
The show is both funny and incredibly sad and director Delicia Turner Sonnenberg blends the two perfectly.
‘Hail, Caesar!’ is an incredibly fun and loving tribute to old Hollywood.
If you’re a fan of The Real Housewives or reality shows in general, then this show might be a good bet for some breezy weekend entertainment.
Chris Pratt to Everyone Chasing Their Dreams: “Don’t give up. Apply constant pressure for as long as it takes”
Actor Chris Pratt posted this motivating message on Instagram