Happy Sunday, Creative Army. Hope you are all taking advantage of Introduce Yourself Weekend and building those relationships that matter.
First up this week for Coffee & Content, the one and only Orson Welles. As many of you know, Welles played an integral part as to why this platform is named Stage 32 (if you're not familiar, you can read about it in our Mission Statement). In this video, Welles discusses acting and directing and, as always, brings the goods.
Next up, it's the always entertaining David Lynch. Everyone knows Lynch has an eye and sensibility for the eclectic. But how does he go about casting all these incredible actors and distinct faces in his projects? Turns out, perhaps not surprisingly, he has a unique process for getting the job done.
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Orson Welles on Acting and Directing
David Lynch on Auditioning Actors
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