Wow, that was fun! My "Get Behind Me, Now Stay There" Experience

The hosts of  Get Behind Me, Know Stay There.  Image: Maya Seligman

The hosts of Get Behind Me, Know Stay There. Image: Maya Seligman

I had the most fun radio interview evah on the show, Get Behind Me, Now Stay There which can be heard on the Public Radio Exchange. If you've never listened to this fresh, fun radio show, tune in and give it a go. It's one of the hottest and fastest growing shows on the Public Radio Exchange. The conversation ranged from theatre, film, arts, culture, my book, Your Castable Types and entertainment out of hipster Ashland, Oregon, give a listen to Episode 51, on which I was a guest. You can listen here, starting at the :50 minute mark:

The Bright Side With Teknishia Interview

Smart, savvy radio host Tekneshia Day invited me to appear on her popular daily talk show, The Bright Side With Tekneshia to discuss a topic so many of her Atlanta area listeners want to know all about: how to launch, grow and sustain an Acting career. You can listen to our interview here: 

My Interview on the Top Rated Singapore Radio Show CarryOnHarry

Harry Johal, host of one of Singapore's top rated radio shows, CarryOnHarry, interviewed me about my unique approach to Acting training and my book, Your Castable Types, which lays out the entire program. Harry's listening audience extends all the way to the United Kingdom on BalleBalle Radio. Acting is an incredibly popular topic with his listeners and we spent the entire show talking at great length about acting technique, the joys and challenges of performance and how to take your Acting career to a professional level. I think you'll enjoy listening to this in depth conversation: 

My Interview on Los Angeles Talk Show, State of the Arts

Listen to my interview with Paul Stroili and Michael Sterling, hosts of the Los Angeles based radio show, State of the Arts. We had a great conversation about Acting, my book, Your Castable Types and the casting and audition process for Actors. This was a fun interview that starts at the :30 minute mark: