All successful actors have experienced failure. At what point do you decide that you should stop? Stop banging your head against the success wall and really look at what success means to you. A straight forward approach to this sensitive subject. Jeffrey shares his personal assessment for your consideration. Please share, Like and Comment. It really helps. www.castingactorscast.com
What to you do for yourself to stay creative? Jeffrey uses recent experiences to draw on a new way to look at how to find the perfect balance for maintaining your inner creativity and your outer professionalism. You will get new insight on the business of show! Please like and share this episode of Casting Actors Cast.
From National Tours to "Bus and Truck" to cruise ship performer, get a fresh perspective on the advantages and downsides to working "on tour". See the world, pay some bills. On the other hand, is this the best career move for you?
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Fear can be a questionable motivator when it comes to your career as an actor. Sometimes when you ask a question, the answer might only create more questions. Today's episode takes on the acronym of fear...False Evidence Appearing Real with several examples of how we can draw conclusions despite the evidence. Please help out and share this episode with those actors who could really use this positive reality check!
Here is a "Top ten" checklist for your auditions. Everyone loves top ten anything! Here are the best ideas for preparing you so you can do your best work! Practical concepts and a new way to approach the way you prepare. This podcast is content rich and a great way to embrace the business of show! See previous episodes at www.castingactors.com
Jeffrey answers more questions received over the past few weeks from listeners, students and professionals about everything from going to grad school to how to market your sneeze for voice overs! Fun, helpful and always entertaining. Jump into the talent pool at www.castingactorscast.com
The two things that can't be true at the same time. Actors sometimes have a hard time figuring out what is true when it comes to the business, the audition and the work itself. Jeffrey addresses several of these challenges and tells it like it is! Content rich and fun. www.castingactorscast.com
Actor Hacks... those things you can do to reboot your auditions. Inside tips from someone who practices what he preaches. This is the first episode launching our second year. So cool, you'll want to come back for more! Check us out on the web at www.castingactorscast.com
This week, Jeffrey shares his experience with SAG/AFTRA open door interviews that took place. A ton of insights and perspective on what today's actor needs to have for a career that is rewarding and meaningful. What are you doing to stay "tuned up"? Should you decide that it is better to "Turn In"? Find out more and treat yourself to this 20 minute journey called "Casting Actors Cast"! Please Like and share if you want these podcasts to be part of your solution. www.castingactorscast.com
Today's podcast deals with telling the truth in your acting and telling the truth about your acting career. Jeffrey will reveal some truths that are guaranteed to stimulate your thinking about being an actor and embracing show business for what it is. You can always ask Jeff a question at www.castingactorscast.com
No, this one's not about accounting practices but about keeping records of your audition schedule. Jeffrey answers a listeners question which prompts a different take on how to find creativity by the notations you keep. Please "check" this one out....www.castingactorscast.com
More than just a "rant" about the week's events, Jeffrey shares a host of issues that just might help you understand that everyone has challenging situations. Putting yourself in the role of casting director may help with your own perspective about this crazy business of show! Please encourage your friends to check out Casting Actors Cast. www.castingactorscast.com
Continuing the "Audition Disaster" theme, Jeffrey shares several examples of things going south in an audition. How you respond is actually more important than the disaster itself. Finally Jeffrey shares his own personal disaster during an audition for a Broadway show! Please tell your friends and become a subscriber to Casting Actors Cast!
When things go wrong, and they will, is there a way you can recover without blowing the deal? Find out the best ways to recover from musical auditions and monologue presentations with this reality based, real world explanation of disaster recoveries.
Casting Directors and Actors share several common factors that make up their contribution to the industry. Sometimes that contribution is not recognized or rewarded as it should be. Jeffrey shares his opinion on how collaboration can influence the television, film and theatre project and paints a clear picture on how creativity is not always rewarded.
A new secret for your auditions? Absolutely! You can find new and interesting ways to reveal nuance, energy and moods to compliment your acting. Discovering the right influence can permeate and infuse your creative self toward success. No kidding. You've got to try this...you won't be sorry!!!
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Comic acting is not for everyone, for sure. What are the best ways to look at humor in scripts. Do you have the right "Funny Bone" for the part? Jeff opens up about the objective reality to being a comic actor. Please like and share...your support means everything!
Everything has a cost factor. What are the real and tangible costs associated with being an actor? Jeffrey helps lay the groundwork for organizing your professional expenses in a clear, easy to understand way. This podcast offers practical information for the creative person. Also, stay tuned for the FREE OFFER announcement for every listener! Good advice...free stuff...what is going on? www.castingactorscast.com