- Glasgow Lyman & Jeff Rosick, WE NEED THIS MUSICAL...
- Caitlin Kinnunen, THE PROM
- Amy Marie Stewart, Founder of Theory Works
- Tovi Wayne, MEAN GIRLS
- Ilana Levine, LITTLE KNOWN FACTS
- Wojcik/Seay Casting
- John Ort, Casting Director of BULL and Casting Associate on OZARKS (episode is next week)
- Tony Howell, Brand Marketing Strategist
- Kelly Gabel, Founder of Triple Threat Therapy
- Lothair Eaton, STARLIGHT EXPRESS (episode in three weeks)
A big thank you to each of my guests for sharing their personal tales of triumph and dismay and also to you for joining me on this fun and insightful episode.
Welcome to your favorite holiday: Tax Day! One of the most difficult but important issues we face in the arts is our finances. How to make more of it and how to spend (and save) it in the best way possible.
Rebecca Selkowe, head of the Financial Wellness Program at The Actors Fund, covers some of the challenges people working in performing arts and entertainment face when trying to balance variable income and expenses, and also touches briefly on important tax issues. A performing artist’s financial life is complex, so it’s easy to get confused when trying to organize your money. This episode will help you distinguish between regular and irregular income, and determine what this means for building yourself a financial cushion, saving for periodic expenses and investing for your future.
The overall goal of the Financial Wellness program? Establishing a stable method of managing your finances. So check out their free classes and seminars today!
A good friend of mine and the podcast joins me for the first interview of 2019!
Tovi Wayne opens up about starting dance late in his performing career and how that put him behind other dancers but also motivated him to get better, to learn as much as he could.
He came to NYC with the dream of being in NEWSIES and through a lot of hard work finally did a regional production of the show down in Florida. But he certainly has a long career ahead of him with more shows he wants to do!
So join the conversation as we dig a little deeper into what it takes to make it in this business and why we keep going.