Up For A Challenge #10 - So Now You’re Back From Outer Space
In the Season Two finale of Up For A Challenge Sara, Jef and Adam dig into the results of last week’s challenge. Will friends become enemies? Will enemies become friends? Will there be car chases and explosions? Maybe. Also? Raktajino, aka Klingon Coffee.
Topic: Being in the moment and being yourself, even when you're not sure if the rest of the world can handle you. The good times, the bad times, just the way you are. Oh, also? Star Wars and yelling at people.
Adam, Sara and Jef recount the results of last week's challenge. What, if anything, did it have to do with playing guitar and the availability of soap? Find out in this week's episode of Up For A Challenge!
This episode went bananas! If you missed the live broadcast, whoo boy... antics abound! This time, we get the results of last week's challenge (admitting when we're wrong) and dive into living in the present.
Listener Questions! This time around, Ben and Jef answer five listener questions from actor Nolan Martin, including: 1. How do you find classes? 2. How does a theatre actor break into film? 3. Are mass mail-outs to agents still a thing? 4. Does my agent decide my type? 5. Can you be forever labelled an extra if you do too much extra work?
Topic: Preparing for Auditions in LA and ATL. This time, Ben and Jef talk about being ready for auditions in LA and ATL. How do you memorize lines in a hurry? How important is my résumé to a casting director? What classes can I take to improve?
Can a Bi-Coastal Actor Ever Be Local? Can you get an Atlanta agent if you live in LA? Should you even try? Can an actor living in Atlanta go work in Hollywood? This time around on Ben and Jef take on the issues of having one foot in each town.
We all know it exists in Hollywood, but is there such a thing as pilot season in Atlanta? For our debut episode, actors Ben Austen and Jef Holbrook take a look at what makes pilot season in Atlanta different from pilot season in Los Angeles.