I recently worked with four Tony-nominated actors and an up-and-coming director at a great regional theater, and I was one of only three actors not pre-cast. I got this job from an EPA (Equity Principal Audition).
I’ll share some tricks – some I stole and some are mine. These are things you can’t really learn anywhere except within the industry. Some may be useful, some may be ridiculous, but here they are!
Tim Intravia discusses the reality of being a struggling actor.
For the first time in my life I have received money in exchange for my words. The corner I turned doesn’t necessarily have to do with the getting-paid part, but allow me to elaborate.
Tim Intravia’s uneven one-man Fringe Festival show, “From Busk Till Dawn,” is based on his seven years making a living as a street performer inTimes Square.