Archive | June, 2008

Hey, Actors: How Not To Get Cast

You poor, broke-ass, under-employed actors need to quit paying for those “how to get a job” classes and those tips and tricks newsletters about “how to get an honest to goodness acting gig that pays real money” and those “keep your network working” seminars and those “grow your relationships” books.  These tricks are not working: […]

Not-Reality Shows

Guess what? Those reality dating shows are soooo not real. Ha, ha, ha!  No, seriously. I happened to be crewing on one of the dating reality shows. Whoops, I’m about to go off on a tangent here.  There is always an internal conflict for an underemployed actor who has been hired to crew instead of […]

In Honor of a Performing Artist

I’ve named my blog “Balancing Act,” in honor of a one-woman mime act created by Lelia Pendleton of Bankshot Theater in Richmond, VA.  Lil is a performer of “a certain age” who still pursues her niche of the performing arts spectrum.  She pursues it with dedication, honesty & craft; she continually studies to improve her […]

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