Rolling right along with the very third installment of the Highway to Havasu series! I sit down with our Director of Photography, Lars Lindstrom. We talk cameras, Mormon Missionaries and the writing on the wall.
Tag Archive: acting
My guest this week is the wonderful director Blair Skinner. We chat about women in film, some old-school thievery and her upcoming short film Eleanora: The Forgotten Princess.
The second installment of the Highway to Havasu series!!! I sit down with my co-stars Ben Edlin and Caleb Thomas as we talk about our characters, what goes on in the secret room and fart joke.
My guest this week is the incredible performer known as Amy Gumenick. You’ve seen her all over your television, most recently in CW’s Arrow and on AMC’s Turn. We chat about the University of Life, the importance of taking direction, and being nestled right above Matt Damon.
A day late, but who cares! My guest this week is my good buddy actor friend Max Cutler. We chat about crying on your enemies, crying at your own Bar Mitzvah and why some of us may now feel like Jay Gatsby.
This week I sit down with the cast and crew of “M’s Pamphlet,” the latest production from the incredible group known as Urban Theatre Movement. I am joined by Paul Tully, Sean E. Zilke, Marilyn Fitoria, Elizabeth Alvarez, Miguel Amenyinu, Gisla Stringer, Spencer Weitzel, Jon Lance Duran, Charlie Jake Sanchez, and Isabel Davila as we talk about new play-development, the ingredients for peace, and strippers.
My guest this week is Emmy-nominated editor Aaron I. Butler who is responsible for such works as American Winter and I Am Michael (starring James Franco). We talk about his experience at Sundance, his advice for actors and “the orphan board.”
This week’s guest is the incredible Katie Boeck. We talk about Deaf West’s mind-blowing production of Spring Awakening, the pursuit of being present and getting Aaron Sorkin’s approval. Go see Katie on March 12th at ROOM 5 Lounge at 10PM!!! And in Deaf West’s Spring Awakening May 21st-June 7th at the Wallis Annenberg Performing Arts Center!!!
The first episode of the Highway to Havasu series! I get to know my lovely co-star Lily Berlina who plays Amber and Katie Andrews. We talk about fixing the education system, the future of movie making and growing up in post-Soviet Russia.
Let’s get musical! I’m joined by fellow songleader Rachel Mylan. We talk about steep learning curves, the darker side of following our dreams and we finish off the episode with a few tunes: New Growth, an original by Rachel, Rivers and Roads by The Head and The Heart and a little bedtime Hashkiveinu