Re-Watching “Wings” (1990-1997)

Do you ever have a vague, yet vivid recollection of something? I know it’s technically an oxymoron, but that’s how I feel about the NBC series Wings which aired from 1990-1997. I vaguely remember episodes, but I vividly remember it being one of my favorite television series growing up. Well, thanks to the glory ofContinue reading “Re-Watching “Wings” (1990-1997)”

The Director’s In the Room: EPAs and Why They Need to Be Taken More Seriously.

It’s a rare moment when the director, composer, and actual casting director are in the room during auditions. It’s even more rare that those three people would show up to an open call. The other day, friends of mine auditioned for the Broadway bound musical, It Shoulda Been You. At the EPA (Equity Principal Auditions),Continue reading “The Director’s In the Room: EPAs and Why They Need to Be Taken More Seriously.”

Why Joan Rivers and Her Comedy Matter #RIPJoanRivers (1933-2014)

A lot of people know Joan Rivers as a commentator on the red carpet– a member of the “fashion police.” However, Ms. Rivers was more than just a woman who handed out compliments or witty remarks about a star’s outfit. She, like the late Phyllis Diller, was a pioneer for female stand-up comedians. She appeared onContinue reading “Why Joan Rivers and Her Comedy Matter #RIPJoanRivers (1933-2014)”