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Have you ever been told you’re just not right for the part? Maybe, you’ve been on a hundred auditions and heard back from zero? Or are you merely a terrible actor searching for mediocre advice? All are welcome. Join Andrew and Catherine as they break down the day-to-day life of an early-career actor, discuss constant rejection, and provide tools that will guide you through this artistic mess. We’re new at this too, so let’s learn together.
 
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From acting in films such as My Cousin Vinny, A Beautiful Mind, and Catch-22 to directing Elizabeth Taylor and Maureen Stapleton in The Little Foxes (while simultaneously working as an acting teacher and playwright), Austin Pendleton does it all. In this episode of ASNR, Catherine and Andrew sit down with Austin to discuss his acting career, having…
 
Kate Lumpkin is a badass casting director who does it all: casting, coaching, personal shopper, nacho expert and so much more. Join Andrew and Catherine as they talk with Kate about her casting company, her specific advice for actors entering the business today, and how EPA days are her favorite days. A note: West Wing fans shouldn't miss this epis…
 
We are taking a bit of a field trip this week. Join Catherine and Andrew as they journey to Lincoln Center for the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. We talk about how we made the appointment at the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, what steps you take once you arrive at the library, and how this archive is such a fantastic resource f…
 
How are you using social media as an actor? How do you promote your own "personal brand"? What are some ways to utilize hashtags and DMs to connect with other artists? Join Catherine and Andrew as they discuss all of these questions and so much more on this episode of ASNR. Obviously, artistic inspiration is included. Don't forget about The Shining…
 
This week Andrew and Catherine sit down with two members of The Flea Theater's Resident Acting Company, The Bats, Charly Dannis and Jennifer Parkhill. We talk about the process of becoming a Bat, the expectations and works hours as well as performing in a show there. We also discuss why it's important to be "strong and wrong," the race to learn rap…
 
This week, Andrew and Catherine are joined by two guests, John Anthony Loffredo, and Piera Van de Wiel, two of the co-founders of HERE. Artists Collective. HERE strives to champion the work of LGBTQ+ artists, by presenting traditional narratives through a queer perspective. Join these four artists as they discuss queer art and casting as well as ho…
 
What's something early-career actors have to deal with regularly? Cover letters and resumes. We will never escape them. NEVER. Join Andrew and Catherine as they break down their structure, talk through some pointers, and mistakes they have made along the way. And as always, we have our artistic inspiration. 1 to 3 inspirations each (hint: Catherine…
 
Kate Eastman recently finished the graduate acting program at Juilliard and spent the fall playing Juliet at the Gutherie Theater. Join us on this episode of A Streetcar Named Rejection as we talk to her about the rigorous graduate program, the stress we all face when entering the real world of acting, and how interesting people make interesting ch…
 
A big first for an actor is the first time they get paid to work. Whether it is on stage or on set, an actor will remember that first professional experience. Join Andrew and Catherine as they talk to Ariana Raygoza who discusses her first professional job on HBO. How did she get the audition? How did she prepare for the shoot? What was it like to …
 
We've all been there. You are about to head to that audition. You have an eight-hour rehearsal tomorrow. You are a week away from opening a show. But you can just feel it; you are getting sick. Join A Streetcar Named Rejection this week as we talk vocal health and illness while acting with Alithea Phillips, head of Voice at the Stella Adler Studio …
 
Are you looking for an agent? Or perhaps you’re interested in changing your representation? Maybe you are looking to get on a casting director’s radar just in time for pilot season? No matter your position, join Andrew and Catherine as they discuss the myriad networking studios in New York City. These are actor havens for networking with fellow act…
 
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