Will Roberts @WillRobertsUSA talks to Wesam Keesh @PodcastAA of The Actors Anonymous Podcast
This week with Will Roberts on ActingUpRadio.com: Will talks to Wesam Keesh & Jordan Burbank of The Actors Anonymous Podcast.
The only enemy, is ourselves.” – Wesam Keesh
This weeks guest on ActingUpRadio.com
Actors Anonymous Podcast: is a podcast that focuses on the Los Angeles actor and the struggles and hardships as well as the success stories of those whom have worked to build an acting career in Hollywood. The goal of this podcast is to help motivate actors to keep moving forward, how to look on the bright side, and stay focused on their goals. With special guests to discuss how they have worked and what they have done to get where they are, Actors Anyonymous is made is made for the LA actor to inspire them to never give up.
“Actors Anonymous was created because I felt actors needed a resource to sustain and evolve not only their acting craft but also their business careers and personal lives.
Living and working as an actor has showed me that many of my fellow artists waste away years of their lives in a state of negativity, disillusion, and unnecessary competitiveness. This needs to stop if we want to grow as artists, professionals and human beings.
My goal is to create a fellowship between the true actors in this industry. We should support one another and have fun doing it.
There is no competition.
The only enemy, is ourselves.”
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with Rachel Frawley
Rachel is an actor living in Atlanta. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Michigan State University (with cognates in Music and Professional Writing) and is an Apprentice Company graduate from the Atlanta Shakespeare Co. She also works as an education artist for local theatres, which have included the Shakespeare Tavern and Aurora Theatre. For more information, visit her website at www.rachelfrawley.com
Starving Artistry: An Actor’s Survival GuideBY Rachel |
Once, while working as a teacher for a local theatre company’s educational outreach program, a couple other instructors and I wereStarving Artists Guideholding a Q&A session. When prompted for questions regarding the lives of professional actors, a student asked the group at large, “are you rich?” and I laughed out loud.While this was not my proudest moment as a teacher (or a legal adult), financial insecurity is a reality many young actors have to face. I would expand that to include “many old actors,” but dream on, little starlets, dream on.So. Rather than shattering all of our delusions and ushering in a brand new generation of bitter alcoholics, I feel a much more constructive use of our time would be to break down some tips on being a starving artist. Or rather, how to be a high-functioning, financially-challenged artist. https://www.castittalent.com/blog/2015/04/starving-artistry-an-actors-survival-guide/Plus:
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