From actors and independent filmmakers to entertainment insurance brokers, you are bound to take away valuable information from industry professionals who have seen and done it all!
Members of the cast from Stand and Deliver come together to reminisce about their experineces while creating the film.
Ron Hess, Assistant Vice President of Commercial Entertainment at Momentous Insurance Brokerage, Inc., breaks down the filmmaker's entertainment insurance needs.
Hollywood power couple Enrique Castillo & Bel Hernandez discuss their journey as multi-faceted artists in show business.
Ruthy Otero talks acting, solo shows, audience engagement, and content creation for YouTube.
Vincent Smith of V social media (www.Vsocial.media) shares his social media expertise for artists.
Luisa Leschin shares tips on overcoming obsticles in Hollywood.
Fanny shares her expertise in crowdfunding for independent films.
Jason speaks about his previous struggles in Hollywood, and how he has grown and continues to develop as an actor.
Pam uses her natural talents and brings them all together to show us a living example of bringing together what you love doing while reaching for your greater purpose.
After 40 years in the LA comedy scene, Jackson Perdue has seen-- and done-- it all. Join as he talks about rough audiences, fine tuning his craft, the changing landscape of stand-up, and how his biracial background shaped his experiences and humor.
Robin, a talented singer herself, shares her experience as a mother in show business watching and supporting her children through their acting careers.
J. A. Preston is known for his rolls on "A Few Good Men", "Air Force One", "Body Heat" and the classic "The Spook Who Sat By The Door".
Abundance Bound is the premiere financial education company for actors, artists, and creative professionals.
These 4 amazing women discusses how they started creating their one person shows. Guest stars include Sandy Brown ("Oh, Yes She Did!"), Cynthia Levin ("You Gotta Be Shouldin' Me! Conversations with My Ego, Carl"), Ruthy Otero (Actress, Cookin Up Adventures' Star and One Person Show Coach), and Mitzi Sinnott ("Snapshot: A True Love Story Interrupted by Invasion").
The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival has helped hundreds of solo performers bring their dreams to life over the last 25 years.
Judy Kain is the owner of Keep it Real Acting Studios, which offers a variety of classes to fit the needs of any actor!
Hollywood acting coach John Kirby has worked on many films & currently offers private coaching & group classes at his studio.
Susan Saiger, talks about how she came to Hollywood, her history as a stand up comic, and picking her career back up after raising her children as a single mom.
Casa 0101 has established itself as a leading arts venue for Los Angeles’ East Side, presenting theatrical productions, film festivals, and other special events year round. CASA 0101 also offers free year-round arts education classes for youth, and low-cost classes for adults. Please DONATE, VOLUNTEER, or PURCHASE TICKETS at http://www.casa0101.org/
Julie Carmen won the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival for her role in John Cassavetes' "Gloria" (1980), & is also known for her roles in “In the Mouth of Madness” (1994), “Fright Night Part 2” (1988), & “The Milagro Beanfield War” (1988). She started in theatre & danced in the Broadway show Zoot Suite.
We are featuring guests from a variety of branches in the music industry to come speak about what it was like during the heyday of black music from the 60's to the present.
Guests include Chris Jones, Charlie Stringer, Pat Shields, Sheila Coates, Stephen Campfield, Michael White, Wanda Ramos, Pat Prescott, Ivory Stone, and Táta Vega!