Actor/Director Jamie Torcellini chats about the show and cast, his time as a young actor in New York City and his worst audition ever.
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How the Producers of ‘Behind the Blinds’ Got a Cast and Crew Together to Shoot a Webseries in 6 Days
The producers of the webseries discuss finding their cast, auditions and shooting their project
“The best advice I would give is: get a connection, get in the room, do the best audition in the world, take that contact and run with it” – Lati Grobman
http://youtu.be/GJvx2-xXudE FOX’s upcoming limited series Wayward Pines looks very cool. The show is supposed to…
Interview: Executive Producers/Writers Howard Gordon and David Wilcox on ‘Legends’ and Not Killing Sean Bean
David Wilcox and Howard Gordon, the executive producers and writers behind the show, were at Comic-Con to discuss the show, not killing series star Sean Bean and more!
In December 2012, an actress identified only as “Anne G” filed a lawsuit against Time…
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark was a Broadway show that was plagued with cast injuries…
One of the actors’ unions is heating up with a fight about contracts and there…
Sure, it’s easier to get acting roles if you have a lot of money: just…
The story that never stopped giving earlier this year was Shia LaBeouf’s very public exit…
With all the recent talk about Kickstarter surrounding Zach Braff’s decision to use it to raise money for his next film (and Melissa Joan Hart’s failed attempt to do the same), it’s good to know that there’s a campaign going to support a serial killer.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson on His Newest Role, Leo Bloom in ‘The Producers’: “I go for roles that scare the crap out of me”
Jesse Tyler Ferguson might have been little known until starring in ABC’s monster hit Modern Family, but he has used that fame to catapult him into the highest-profile stage role of his career: Ferguson will star as Leo Bloom in the three-night run of The Producers at the famed Hollywood Bowl.
Actors-turned-Producers kick off a Kickstarter campaign for their next project & they need your support!
Smash’s Megan Hilty on How Broadway Producers are Always Looking for a Star: “It’s heartbreaking, but it’s part of the business”
Megan Hilty, star of NBC’s backstage drama Smash, admits that there are some aspects of the show that probably wouldn’t happen in real life.
While the musical itself cost a reported record $75 million, Spider-Man: Turn of the Dark has been a massive hit on Broadway, taking home on average $1.3 million per week, there was one key member of the production who hasn’t been reaping any of those rewards: original director Julie Taymor.
What do producers do when a play that already has a set end date because of the lead actor’s commitment to a film ends up being a major success, especially when that lead actor is the show’s main draw?
In the latest case of life imitating art, Rosie Perez is suing the producers of Law & Order: SVU after being injured while shooting a guest spot on the hit NBC series.
Rosie O’Donnell is expressing her displeasure over the casting of the plus size character Lauren, played by Ashley Fink, on “Glee”.
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose who had agreed to shoot a scene on the CBS show, The Good Wife, didn’t bother to show up on the set yesterday.
Interview: The Team Behind Crackle’s ‘SuperMansion’ Discuss the Show, Stop-Motion Animation and the Voice Actors
They talk about the voice cast, including Chris Pine, the long-hours it takes to finish just one episode and more!