A Failure Story by Lauren Donnelly I fell in love with acting at an early age. As a child, I was attracted to acting because it promised to make real the imaginary worlds I could enter vicariously through books and
Sam: They want me to be myself onstage, but I can’t do that. I’m afraid of being a fraud.
The Russians are kicking my ass, and I can’t wrap my head around why. I’m fortunate enough to be studying in Moscow right now. At GITIS. Where acting- or what is now today seen to be the art acting- was
Broadus Mattison: Before now I never felt that I was following my true path
“I enjoy portraying men of strong purpose and character, roles that display integrity, fortitude, dignity, and a ferocious desire to achieve their objectives, by hook or by crook; characters that embody the phrase Invictus Maneo “I remain unvanquished.” ~Broadus About
Mike Kovac: Sometimes I am hit with the big, bad, ugly doubt in the middle of the night – so I wake up and do something to move back in the right direction.
Actor, Filmmaker and Fight Choreographer: Mike Kovac I met mike on the set of a theatre show I did last year called Made of Stone. He was our fight choreographer and I had so much fun watching him work. The
The Diary of Virginia Woolf: Notable Excerpts
The following excerpts are from the diary of Virginia Woolf. If you are a fan of her work and interested in the writer’s process, I highly recommend that you also check this book out for yourself. The following are only
Matt: On being Stranded in Norway and the Reality of Being an Artist
I’m not sure who reads this. I suppose it doesn’t matter. But if my few posts are tracked or gauged for tone, skepticism, doubt and probably a wee bit of pain can likely be gleaned. I feel like people who
Bob Rylett: Complete every project you start. See it through. The Muse will hesitate giving you your next inspiration if you leave work unfinished.
About Bob Rylett Over 20 years ago, Bob turned away from law school and made the bold decision to become a musician. He had never played a guitar and he didn’t know how to sing, but he knew that he was