Auditioning 101: The Audition Reader

Here’s another installment of my tips for aspiring actors series: Anytime you’re asked to perform a scene for an audition, the casting director or producer will provide a person to act as the Reader opposite you. The Reader may turn out to be an excellent actor, or in some unfortunate instances, a casting admin drafted […]

Auditioning 101: The Audition Monitor

I was at an appointment-only commercial audition recently where I was reminded that there are still plenty of actors out there who are getting in their own way even before they set foot into the audition room.  The audition was running late, and the monitor checking people in and collecting headshots had her hands full. […]

I’ve Been Cast in the First New York Revival of Richard Greenberg’s “The Violet Hour”!

I’m very excited.  This has been a very good week.  I landed a neat role in a short animated film, and now I’ve been cast in the plum role of Gidger in the first New York revival of Richard Greenberg’s fascinating play, The Violet Hour!  It’s being produced by the Active Theater here in NYC […]

A New Animation Voiceover Project!

After two rounds of audio auditions, I’m happy to say I landed a cool role in an animated short film called Majnun’s Dream Theater Shadow Show which is being created by talented filmmaker Alexandra Huzsvai.  I’m very excited about this piece because the script is beautifully written, and it takes a fascinating and fantastical approach […]

Come See Me in The 39 Steps at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Florida This November!

Okay.  I’m super excited.  First The Smurfs and now this!  My agent Renée and her associate Joe called from About Artists this afternoon to tell me I’ve landed one of the two Clown roles in the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s upcoming production of the hit Hitchcock spy spoof, The 39 Steps!  I’ve been dying to do […]

Love and Kisses at the Minute Maid Audition

Every once in a while, I have an audition experience that’s just a hoot.  And sometimes all that fun leads to a great gig!  My agent recently scheduled me for a print ad audition for Minute Maid.  The  instructions were to show up looking like a particularly geeky and dull accountant type, mismatched shirt & tie, […]