“You audition, get cast and two days later, you’re in Chicago. That’s kind of how it happened.” – Mekia Cox on Her ‘Chicago Med’ Audition
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Would you know the difference between a union and a nonunion national tour? Actors’ Equity…
It seems like Jon Seda has been working non-stop in television since I first saw…
Christian Madsen & Ben Lloyd-Hughes Talk ‘Divergent’, Auditioning for Their Parts and Running Through Chicago
Christian on his audition: “I left feeling like, “Hey, at least I did a good job”
Broadway may be the center of the theater universe in the U.S., but not all…
Like many Chicago actors, Jay Worthington is proud to be able to say “I am…
Good ‘ole Billy Ray has decided to play Flynn with his soul patch and five o’clock shadow because in Billy Ray’s 1920’s, razors weren’t yet invented.
David Eigenberg knows all about being pigeonholed after becoming well-known for a specific role. After all, he played Miranda’s longtime love, Steve Brady, on Sex and the City.
Christopher Sieber will leave his role as Billy Flynn in Chicago, to take over the role from Hoch.
Jennifer Beals on coming back to series television with The Chicago Code, ride-alongs with the Chicago P.D., and what she thinks The L Word did for her career!
David Oyelowo: “You sort of need to pummel and plow away for longer, as a black actor, to get a degree of fame”
“I have concerns, I have hopes, you know, and that’s what you want to see in a character.” – David Oyelowo
“I’ve never lost that childish joy and excitement that I had in the beginning of my career. I think that’s one of the only ways you can survive in this industry” – Brittany Curran
“I think I’m getting to be selective about the things I’m working on because I’m pretty confident in who I am.” – Daveed Diggs
Mandy Patinkin: “I love doing research for any part that I do. That’s one of the most fun parts of being an actor to me”
Patinkin why he specifically sought a comedic project, the dedication he brings to his performances, and when his parents were finally convinced he could make a living as an actor.
“Sometimes when actors don’t get the part, it’s not always about an actor being a…
Jonathan Groff on Playing King George III in ‘Hamilton’: “I rehearsed for about a day, and then went into the show”
Can you even imagine stepping into a role in one of the biggest Broadway hits of all time with barely any time to prepare?
Here are 6 guidelines that will help take the mystery out of launching your career
“I’m in a weird and enviable position in that, because of my playwriting, I don’t have to do anything as an actor I don’t want to do.” – Tracy Letts
“I learned to read character—how people tick, and I got firsthand experience of the anxiety and fear that actors deal with.” – Jon Favreau on Taking Improv Classes
“Literature has always been the greatest fuel for my imagination.” – Carrie Coon