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  • 00:19

    Inside Acting welcomes actor Chris Lythgoe

    in Entertainment

    Recently featured in DC Actors Examiner, Chris Lythgoe is an actor on the move, with features such as the Rapture-themed The Basement, Vampires in Virginia, and the upcoming Trainers. He also plays Detective Sal in the Cox cable TV show Precinct 757.

    Your host, William Powell, The King of DC Media, also makes several audition announcements and gives you the hot scoop on all the acting-related goings-ons in the DMV!

  • David Oliver talks about cracking the NYC acting market

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    The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes old pal David Oliver about how to crack the NYC acting market, advice for young actors, Kung Fu movies, and Taimak!

  • 00:31

    Brian Dragonuk, actor and acting job board founder stops by

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    Your host, William Powell, the KDOC (King of DC Media) welcomes for the second time, Brian Dragonuk, the creator of Dragonukconnects.com, the premiere actor's job board in the DMV.

  • 00:56

    Inside Acting 2nd Annual 4th of July Special

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    The King of DC Media hosts the Inside Acting 2nd Annual 4th of July Special, featuring actress Jace Nicole, producer\actor Jerry Moore and many more. Join in the fun, dial in at 347.884.8997

    Watch Jace's show, The Jace Perspective here.

    Check out Jerry Moore's Monster Madhouse site here.

  • 00:41

    Let's Talk Acting 25

    in Film

    Join Morgan Tyler and co host Jonathan Moody as they chat with actor Enrique Oseguera about acting 

  • 00:31

    Let's Talk Acting 24

    in Film

    Join host Morgan Tyler and co host Jonathan Moody as they talk acting with actor/filmmaker James Balsamo (Bite School, Killer Waves) 

  • 00:45

    Shelli Place on Acting and Performance

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    Paid Actor welcomes Shelli Place to the show!

    Shelli Place returned to acting after a decade of producing/directing Business Theater, corporate awards/fashion shows and red carpet events.  She made her Minnesota debut in the 2013 Fringe Festival encore show A Certain Age. A long time member of AEA/SAG/AFTRA, her theater credits include King Lear (Regan), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Mae), Mary Stuart (Mary), Twelfth Night (Viola), The Importance of Being Earnest (Gwendolyn) and musicals How to Succeed… (Rosemary) Fiorello (Dora) Company (Kathy) and Gerogette in Golddiggers of 1633 (a musical of Moliere’s School for Wives.) Tours include Closer than Ever, A My Name is Alice (Asia Tours), Man of La Mancha, Play it again Sam, George M, and Room Service.

    TV and film credits include 3rd Rock from the Sun, Miyasaki’s Animated Classic – The Crimson Pig (English Version) and the cult horror film Party Line. Shelli has just completed the MN produced film Carrot Cake, now playing in various film festivals in the US.

  • 01:19

    Inside Acting Presents: "The Big A: Scenes from a Vanishing Landscape"

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    In this special Table Read Edition of the Inside Acting Radio show, we present playwright Robert Epstein's stage play The Big A: Scenes from a Vanishing Landscape.

    The play is about a family's struggles with aging, illness and the care of their elderly parents. 

    The aging couple is played by Kirk Lambert as Alan, and Lois Bernstein as Janice.  They are a white couple with two grown black children from Janice's first marriage, played by Mack Leamon as Lou, and Ruben Bell as Jon.  Mary Claire Hess plays Amy, Lou's wife.

    Though the play is about a serious subject that so many families have to deal with these days, it has both touching and very funny moments. 

    There are dance scenes at the beginning and end of the play.  In the first dance scene, before the play begins, the aging Alan and Janice are dancing slowly and with difficulty. 

    In the last scene, with fast swing music, Alan and Janice are restored to their younger selves, dancing with great ease.  This continues into the curtain call.

    In between is the story of them and their family.

    There are also fantasy scenes in which Janice and Alan are confronted by distorted versions of their health aides. These scenes really take place in their minds.

    ...and now sit back and enjoy, "The Big A"


    Robert Epstein, Acting Instructor / Film & Theater Director / Playwright-Screenwriter



    Blog: http://completeactorstraining.wordpress.com/ 

    "The act of imagination creates new realities."

  • 00:39

    Acting and Directing with Zach Curtis

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    Paid Actor Radio host, Trena Bolden Fields, talks with Zach Curtis about his career and working within two mediums.

    Zach Curtis is a professional actor and director in the Twin Cities, with close to 200 productions to his credit.  He is currently entering his ninth season as Artistic Director of the Paul Bunyan Playhouse (Bemidji, MN), Minnesota's longest running summer stock theater.  He has performed with the Guthrie Theater, Park Square, Mixed Blood, Illusion, Ten Thousand Things, Theatre Latte Da, Torch, Theatre Pro Rata, and numerous other companies.  He is currently appearing as Charlie in the Walking Shadow area premiere of The Whale.  He is a proud 14-year member of Actors Equity Association.

  • 00:31

    Actor and Radio Personality Stewart Brodian talks "Double or Nutin"

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    The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes "The King of Impersonators", actor, radio personality and Howard Stern impersonator Stewart Brodian on the show to talk about his many projects including his Celebrity Impersonator Convention, radio show and cable talk show Brodian's Basement.

    Read my article on Stewart by clicking here.

    Double Or Nutin'
     a comedy TV show starring Stewart Brodian!

    Appeared in various TV shows, movies + commercials.
    Hosted many shows and conventions.
    Trained in teleprompter, ear prompter + green screen

    Currently appearing as:

    Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson in:

    Conversations Across Time

    Tuesdays at 10:00 PM in Philadelphia on PhillyCAM 

    (Comcast Channel 66 and 966, Verizon 29 and 30)

  • 00:10

    Steve Blackwood on Acting

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    After ten years playing the bumbling Bart Biederbicke in the long-running NBC soap opera Days Of Our Lives, Steve Blackwood resided in Michigan for six years.  Now he lives in Newburyport, MA — teaching acting classes, performing in concerts and creating a new acting company called the MASTERCLASS COMPANY.

    He has appeared in many other television shows and films including Judging Amy, Ed Gein, the Michigan-based Cedar Rapids, Machine Gun Preacher and Mooz-lum.

    Onstage, Mr. Blackwood appeared in the Meadow Brook Theatre hit Boeing Boeing while living in Michigan. He also appeared in the sequel Ding Dong, which opened at Meadow Brook in March of 2011 and was nominated for two Wilde Awards, in the categories of Best Ensemble and Best Comedy.

    An accomplished jazz singer with two national releases  out, Steve has sung in nightclubs across the country, on network television, and has even performed the National Anthem for the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center.