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17 Jun 19
Voice Doctor LA

Bad Technique and Vocal Injury – January 9, 2019 Is Edible Marijuana Dangerous for the Voice? Myths Dispelled – December 18, 2018 Surprise! You have a hemorrhage – January 31, 2018 Graves’ Disease: Treatment Overview – September 25, 2017 Adele and the Stigma of Vocal Injury – July 11, 2017 Vocal Curbside Consult: How does the thyroid affect the voice? – […]

13 Jun 19
My unique blog 3219

"And the award for the very best supporting actress goes to…". As the program host glibly intoned these words, I reduced a yawn. I was seeing the Golden Globe awards ceremony, but NOT finding it terribly interesting. After all, there is a plethora of awards, the Oscars, the Tony's the SAG's, not to point out […]

13 Jun 19
Extras Alerts

***RUSH CALLS FOR TODAY THURS 6-13-19 **MUST BE REGISTERED** Good morning everyone! Lisette is replacing the following for today: 1 ALREADY PAID UP SAG/AFTRA UNION MEMBER Caucasin looking MALE that looks 20s-early 30s wit a working class car or truck from 1990s-2014, not red black or white. Good condition but not beat up. WORKS 7PM […]

10 Jun 19
Extras Alerts

***SAG-AFTRA Union Submissions** Brad is currently taking submissions for a SAG-AFTRA television series working tomorrow, Tuesday, June 11th in the Downtown LA area. We’re looking for: “Liketype Cavemen” – to look similar to actors in the show, but dressed up like cavemen — Specifically: #1 – Male, 20s, about 6, to portray Caucasian looks, very […]

07 Jun 19
Extras Alerts

***SAG AFTRA UNION only*** Must be registered with Central. Nia is taking submissions for a show FITTING THURSDAY 6/13 in LA Area and WORKING 6/17 in LA Area (Both locations TBD.) MUST be available both dates. She is looking for MALES and FEMALES who appear to be LA types in their 20s-40s to portray banquet […]

06 Jun 19
Beta Panel Jon Elkon

Dear Beta Readers: the biggest challenge for me, writing this book, is the Grand Finale – which begins in the next extract. As before, I will reveal my intentions, and would be grateful if you can tell me: If I have at least approached my objective If not, why not. Suggestions? Is it clear? Objective: […]

05 Jun 19

EXCLUSIVE: Disney franchises like Avengers: Endgame and Aladdin have feasibly conquered the summer box office, leaving a string of recent female comedies — Long Shot, The Hustle and Booksmart — as collateral damage. However, Amazon Studios is hoping that its $13 million Sundance acquisition Late Night becomes an anomaly and not part of the trend. Rather then going […]

04 Jun 19
News from the San Diego Becks

A Century of Film Actor Lead actors, of course, have been a part of film since its history began and certainly since feature films began.  Even then, there was a great range to them.  The three greatest actors of the Silent Era were a clown, a Horror star and a man who would so straight […]

03 Jun 19

Muskelmasse Tabel: Sporttillskott ➤ Muskelmasse tabel – Läs mer                         Muskelmasse tabel En del utbildare med njurproblem som alla naturliga eller syntetiska substanser som injiceras för led-och muskelbesvär. Du kan lätt spendera hundratals dollar per använder vår webbplats. Muskelmasse tabel då och då lovade […]

28 May 19
Nachrichten Welt

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21 May 19
The Los Angeles Passion Projects Collective

Location: New York City Type: TV Pilots ‘La Botánica’ Pilot Casting the pilot episode of “La Botanica,” a supernatural TV drama series. A Dominican girl from the Bronx, Graciela, misuses the supernatural powers of her mother’s Santeria to protect her younger sister, Victoria, from a charming predator, her Uncle Ito, threatening to steal her innocence. […]

18 May 19
Extras Alerts

***Union & Non-Union Submissions** Brad is currently taking submissions for a SAG-AFTRA television series working on Tuesday, May 21st in the Downtown LA area. We’re looking for: “Photo Double” – Male, 20s, to portray Asian looks. You must fit the following sizes: 5’9” 160 lbs. jacket 38R shirt 15.5/32 waist 31 You should also be […]

16 May 19
Models of all genders hustle to make money in an industry that frequently subjects them to objectification, an obsession with youth and need to appease the male gaze. From outside the modeling industry (and perhaps fashion as a whole) many people see dated beauty standards affixed to unrealistic representations of lavish lifestyles. All of this—and more—guides the dramatic force of writer/director Jacob Mendel Brown’s new web series, “Model Boy.” Brown spent time as an editor at many high profile publications—including T: New York Times Style Magazine, Vogue, V and VMAN. His access to this \ world lends an authenticity to his storytelling—and highlights the woes of fresh-faced boys adrift in today’s landscape. The success of “Model Boys” isn’t just from the humanity resonating from Brown’s three lead actors, but the entire world he depicts in six easy-to-consume episodes. We spoke with Brown about production and what’s to come. Where did idea come from? In one way, I think it’s sort of an obvious idea. Models are basically a group of young people having fun who theoretically don’t have to take day jobs and can get up to a lot of trouble. So the basics for a sort of typical teen/20s drama are built in. Nobody’s ever made an authentic film or TV portrayal of this world outside of Zoolander-style caricatures. And that’s a little odd because there’s a huge online audience of model- and fashion-obsessed kids. So I knew the project would stand out and find an audience. I guess I started thinking about all this about 10 years ago when I was the editor of VMAN; I did a lot of male model booking while I was there. I also did a story for the New York Times a couple years later about these underground model boxing matches that used to happen. Somewhere along the way it just sort of clicked in my head that I should try to write a fictional narrative around all this. And here we are. Why is this important to viewers? The fashion world is a really good thermometer for culture and society. I don’t really know that anything to do with fashion is itself important. Models certainly are not an important topic, but anything can be a good medium through which to tell strong human stories. There’s a certain resonance to the idea of a model, and so with “Model Boy” when we sort of confound people’s expectations a little, and then also just use these characters to tell a good story, that can be important. I think some of the characters are important. Alexia, the model agent in the show, is a really powerful trans woman business owner. My friend the novelist Torrey Peters helped me write that character. She’s definitely going to be a fan favorite for all the right reasons. And you know, a lot of not-so-nice stuff goes on in the model world, and a lot of these boys are thrown into situations they’re unprepared to handle. Society’s talking about all of this a lot right now, which is important, so if “Model Boy” can help move that conversation along, it would be really nice. I’d love to see some sort of union-like protections come about for models. Something like the guild system that actors have. A SAG for models would go along way. As the show gains traction that may be something we can help push for. On a more meta business level, I do think there’s something important going on with independent TV production. The technology has become such that I was able to put together a fairly high production value mini-season independently. You’ve seen a lot of great comedy and dramedy come out of web series, but it’s hard with drama. I was really conscious of that with the writing and with how we approached our style of actual shooting. Because of the subject matter I was able to bring in a little bit of sponsor integration and that’s how we got the production budget. M.A.C cosmetics had been wanting to do something kind of experimental in terms of sponsor integration into narrative fictional worlds, so it was just lucky that I connected with them at the right moment. In the age of social media importance, how did your casting work? I worked with a great casting director (Sig de Miguel and Steven Vincent). Almost immediately we found incredible actors for the non-model roles. For the model roles it was a little scary. These are lead roles; we had to find real, trained, working actors who could help carry the show. And they also had to be real models. If you’re making a show about bodybuilders, you can’t use an actor who doesn’t have that physique. “Model Boy” is specifically about runway boys, so it’s ultra-specific. We kept getting audition tapes from recently ex-models who’d decided to bulk up to go do auditions in LA (I assume). One even offered to lose 60 pounds for the role. In the end I just went on every single model agency website, and then looked up every model’s Instagram to see if they also had an acting agent listed on their social media profile. And that’s how we found Taylor, Stanley and Phoenix. Now that the episodes are out there, what’s your mission? My immediate goal is just to make season two longer and have more freedom with the budget to play with locations. I’ve already got things pretty mapped out for the characters. Without giving anything away, season one ends with a handful of big unanswered questions. Some literal life and death stuff, and also some trivial but highly melodramatic stuff. So it will be fun resolving all that. I’m really curious to see if we just keep going as an independent digital production. It’s really fun doing it this way. I’ve got two great executive producers helping me, Hunter Hill and Jason Weinberg (who owns Untitled Entertainment), so whatever we do will be very smart and considered. You can watch “Model Boy” online now.  Video and stills from Model Boy courtesy of Jacob Brown
16 May 19
Theatre Nugget Anonymous

Here it is! The inspiration to create this blog in all its glory- my experience auditioning for “West Side Story” at a theatre which shall remain nameless for right now. I am going to try to tell this story both as I feel having experienced it as an actress and also how I experienced it […]

13 May 19
Daily Crossword Puzzle Solver

Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to Nz Herald May 13th 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your time […]

11 May 19
Extras Alerts

***SAG-AFTRA Union RUSH CALL** Brad is currently taking submissions for a SAG-AFTRA television series working TONIGHT, Saturday, May 11th on a night call in the Downtown LA area. We’re looking for: “18tly Passenger” – Male, 18 to play younger, to portray Hispanic looks. If this is you, you’re a SAG-AFTRA member available to work overnight […]