Darbi and Roz are “reunited and it feels so good.” They debate reality shows and handle some Answers for Actors. We also have Shameless Self Promotion.
Then we get down to business about the situation in LA that is affecting us all, the strike of the Writer’s Guild of America. Brian Walton, professor and Attorney at Law who used to negotiate for the Writers’ Guild of America, explains the strike to us. Also, Stephon Fuller gives us the LA actor on the street point of view of the possible strategies.
We also promise an interview with Vanessa Williams and Schatar, reality TV star plus Darbi’s Commercial Corner. Alas, we ran out of time and will have to post those interviews next. So keep listening!
To be continued…
Another solo hosted show, this time with Darbi Worley, who sits down with Baron Vaughn. Baron has done Broadway, TV, Film, Stand-up…and he is on his way to the T-O-P! You can say you discovered him here first. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. We love you. Darbi and Roz
Theatre director Tim Vasen discusses how to audition for theatre in the regions and tells us that, “Shakespeare needs us!” Nice to know that. Enjoy. It’s an all Roz episode. Darbi’s buried with Shoot the Messenger.
Ooh! And some good news for you EA Addicts. We have several interviews stockpiled and since we’re so busy that we’re having a hard time getting together to record, we are going to be posting some “interview-only shows (like this one!) between now and hte end of the year.
This episode features author/actor/professor Ron Morasco and Roz discussing the craft of acting and his new book: Notes To An Actor. We also have Commercial Corner and a letter from the capitol of the ancient world: Egypt! We got a great letter from longtime listener Ayman.
Part Two of Darbi’s interview with indie filmmaker and podcaster extraordinaire, Dan Schechter, in which our heroes discuss nudity. And a whole bunch of other stuff. Roz shares some LA Stories and in Behind the Scenes, we discuss “How to Get an Agent!”
In Shameless Self Promotion, Darbi reveals that ROSEANNE BARR and Mo Rocca are going to be joining her on the Shoot the Messenger stage on Monday, November 5. Buy tickets at TicketWeb.com.
And Roz started rehearsals this week for Doubt at the George Street Playhouse. She opens on November 27 and the show runs through December 23.