Finding good representation, navigating talent showcases and even just getting to auditions on time can influence how long L.A. actors can keep pursuing their dreams.
Karen Pittman revisits the Pulitzer Prize–winning drama “Disgraced”—this time on Broadway.
Laura Donnelly first starred in “The River” in London, and now she’s back for Round 2 of the Jez Butterworth drama on Broadway.
These are just some of the films that so expertly break the sacred fourth wall!
There have been countless films about acting and Hollywood, many of which are considered American film classics!
Don’t put off everything until the last minute in 2014. At the very least, follow these simple suggestions to get your taxes in order before doing the boring filing.
The turkey is cooked and your cousins have flown in from Michigan. Yes, Thanksgiving is always filled with good food, great company, and... annoying questions.
No matter how bad you may want the part, sometimes it just isn't meant to be. But take heart, because there are many reasons that they may have "gone another way."
In her first column in a series on acting methods, Jackie Apodaca discusses Constantin Stanislavsky's technique.
Critic Evan Henerson on why Burt Grinstead's performance in the L.A. premiere of "Dying City" is one of his all-time favorites.