Casting is the process by which characters are born. By choosing an actor suddenly the character is given eyes, hands, and a heart: the whole palette of humanity. Directors are looking for the performer who brings her character to life, so that she is no longer an idea or words on a page but rather living, breathing, walking and speaking right before their very eyes. Continue reading
By Josh Adler
We are a nation of procrastinators, my friends. Or maybe I’m the only one who avoids completing the most pressing task in any particular day by bouncing from one project to another. My guess though is that most of us circle around a task that looms deep within our very beings as seemingly impossible.
This process has it’s own productiveness for me, however. I seem to get everything else but that one little black spot finished: my house gets cleaned, I work out, follow up on correspondence, brainstorm for five other projects, even re-organize my dishes. Yet, how can we pierce through the peripheral obligations and tackle the responsibilities that are often most essential to moving ahead in our careers? Continue reading