“I always say to actors, if you don’t get something, there’s a reason. It’s okay. It sucks in the moment. But it’ll all work out man.” – Michael Kelly
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If you can’t have fun watching The Night Watchmen, there may be no hope for you.
“I think audiences want to watch characters go through something, so it’s kind of okay to leave things a little messy, a little undone, if we can be truthful to that.” – Susan Heyward on rehearsing
Interview: Julie Ann Emery Talks ‘Better Call Saul’, Starting Her Career in a Smaller Market and Her Acting “Cheat Sheet”
“Take care of your craft, the business is gonna do whatever it’s gonna do with you.” – Julie Ann Emery
Q&A: Kathy Bates Talks ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ and How Acting Is Like Practicing Medicine
Kathy Bates is like the best utility player you could ever want on your baseball…
Interview: Donna Gardner Learned to Play the Accordion in 8 Days for Her ‘Once’ National Tour Audition
Once, the Broadway musical based on the Academy-Award winning film of the same name, is…
Michael Pitt has had a quirky career jumping from Dawson’s Creek to a successful stint…
Interview: Sean MacLaughlin Talks the ‘Evita’ Tour, Auditioning and Traveling the Country with his Wife, Baby and Two Dogs
Sean on auditioning: “It’s like presenting a little show of what you can do”
Yo, Adrian! It was announced yesterday that the two leads of the new Broadway musical,…
Interview: Tony Nominee Shalita Grant on ‘Vanya and Sonia’, Her Rehearsal Process and Why She Was Willing to Wait for Her Broadway Debut
We also talk about her Tony Nomination, Juilliard and her advice to actors!
Interview: American Idiot’s Trent Saunders Talks Life on the Road, St. Jimmy and Belting Out Green Day Songs
Trent also talks about how he got the part and audience craziness
Jeffrey Schwarz’s doc is a tribute to Divine, his work and his life and it shouldn’t be missed.
How many times, as actors, have we wished that we could get an hour with a casting director, to pick their brain about what they look for, their pet peeves, and the tips they would offer. That’s exactly what this book is.
Sonja: “Who gets the job is going to depend a lot of times on more than who gave the best audition”
Full casting has been announced and rehearsals have begun for the upcoming national tour of…
Two of my favorite actors, Paul Rudd and Michael Shannon, are teaming up for the Broadway show, Grace.
The Raven, James McTeigue’s fictionalized account of the last days of Edgar Allen Poe’s life, is a complete snooze-fest.
Here’s a clip of the upcoming John Cusack film, The Raven. Cusack plays Edgar Allen Poe who joins forces with a Baltimore detective to hunt down a serial killer who’s using Poe’s own works as the basis in a string of brutal murders.
John Cusack on Becoming Edgar Allan Poe: “You have to see yourself in these great people if they represent the shadow part of you”
Not only does John Cusack have the pressure of playing the famous writer in the upcoming mystery film The Raven, but he had to deal with the difficultly of coping with Poe’s notoriously turbulent mental state.
John Lithgow’s roots are in the theater. In 1973, he won a Tony Award three weeks after his Broadway debut, in David Storey’s The Changing Room. Since then, he has appeared on Broadway 19 more times, earning another Tony, three more Tony nominations, four Drama Desk Awards, and induction into the Theatre Hall of Fame.