Currently on Broadway in “Amazing Grace,” working actor and life coach Bret Shuford shares six things you probably didn’t know about being an understudy!
This Web series focuses on the actors necessary to any production who are rarely seen: the understudies. Backstage chats with the series’ creators, Elisabeth Gray and Daniel Zimbler, about their approach to the series, what inspired it, and casting an actor via a selfie.
Get your Netflix queue ready! By watching these behind-the-scenes films, you’re guaranteed to learn something new about the entertainment industry.
The odd musical theater gig—where dancers must be ready to perform any of possibly a dozen ensemble roles on any given day—isn’t for “second-rate” talent. It’s for true artists.
The winners for the 9th annual ITVFest in West Dover, Vt., have been announced with big wins for TV drama “Witnesses.”
Created and written by real-life former understudy Elisabeth Gray, Web series "Understudies" follows one plucky actor as she covers the lead role in the vampire adaptation of "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Twilight at Tiffany's."
"Understudies and Swing(er)s," a weekly performance series which kicks off on Monday, March 11 and takes place every Monday at Toshi's Living Room.