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!
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There was a glitch in iTunes last week and when people tried to download Episode 28, they got ANOTHER copy of Episode 27. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help you through it.
As promised, a BONUS episode where Darbi interviews our own Roz Coleman about her experiences on the set of the new movie, "Indelible." Enjoy!
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."
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.