Archive for January, 2010

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL ACTORS!

January 11, 2010

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL ACTORS:

I like Leno as much as the next person, but not in Prime Time where he eats up hundreds of actors’ jobs by taking the place of scripted shows.  Finally, Leno is being pulled from the 10 p.m. spot (February 12th).

That means 5 more prime-time hours for scripted television shows and more jobs for actors (with a new version of “Law & Order” out of Los Angeles).

I expect a bunch of additional pilots to be produced as a result of this.

BTW, Pilot Season has begun.  There were 5 Pilots in Friday’s Breakdowns.  So, if you haven’t gotten your new pix mounted up on BD Services yet, or posted video (or new, improved video), you already blew 5 opportunities, just on that one day alone (not to mention regular episodic and movie work).  For those who have made the proper preparations before Christmas, as directed,  you are in the ballgame.  Those few who are stragglers have relegated themselves to the bench and have effectively, voluntarily retired until they have the proper equipment to the play the game.  Careful, someone from the minors may be called up to take your place.  I have two words for you:  “Wally Pip”  http://www.thediamondangle.com/archive/oct01/pipp.html

I know how hard some of you work on being prepared so I’m giving you a “shout out.”  Some are on-the-road heading to L.A. as I write this.  Others are making sure their metro cards are fresh for NYC.  Good luck to us this Pilot Season, and always.

All My Best,
Seth @ GKM

Green Key Management, LLC’s award-winning client, Elaine Del Valle, answers the question, “How Do You Recover From A Bad Audition Or Performance?” in this week’s “Back Stage.”

January 9, 2010

Green Key Management, LLC’s award-winning client, Elaine Del Valle, answers the question, “How Do You Recover From A Bad Audition Or Performance?” in this week’s “Back Stage.”

Green Key Management, LLC's award-winning client, Elaine Del Valle, answers the question, "How Do You Recover From A Bad Audition Or Performance?" in this week's "Back Stage."

Green Key Management, LLC's award-winning client, Elaine Del Valle, answers the question, "How Do You Recover From A Bad Audition Or Performance?" in this week's "Back Stage."

See her perform her award winning show (best actor, best play) “Brownsville Bred” this January 13th at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe.  http://www.BrownsvilleBred.com.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Time:
7:30pm – 8:45pm
Location:
236 East 3rd Street, New York,NY

Green Key Management, LLC wishes Tiara Parker good luck on her two auditions today!

January 8, 2010

Green Key Management, LLC wishes Tiara Parker good luck on her two auditions today!

Green Key Management, LLC wishes Broadway star, Philip Hernandez, good luck on his audition for “Damages,” tomorrow!

January 7, 2010

Green Key Management, LLC wishes Broadway star, Philip Hernandez, good luck on his audition for “Damages,” tomorrow!

Green Key Management, LLC wishes Colleen Broomall a safe drive from NJ to LA where her agent, and warm weather, await her.

January 6, 2010
Green Key Management, LLC wishes Colleen Broomall a safe drive from NJ to LA where her agent, and warm weather, await her.

Green Key Management, LLC wishes Colleen Broomall a safe drive from NJ to LA where her agent, and warm weather, await her.

Green Key Management, LLC says let’s give Robin Ray Eller our best thoughts today as she wades through 3 commercial auditions!

January 6, 2010

Green Key Management, LLC says let’s give Robin Ray Eller our best thoughts today as she wades through 3 commercial auditions!

Green Key Management, LLC says let's give Robin Ray Eller our best thoughts today as she wades through 3 commercial auditions!

Green Key Management, LLC answers the question in ASK AN ACTOR in “Back Stage,” “How Can An Actor Be ProActive In His Or Her Career?”

January 5, 2010

Green Key Management, LLC answers the question in ASK AN ACTOR in “Back Stage,” “How Can An Actor Be ProActive In His Or Her Career?”

Green Key Management, LLC answers the question in ASK A MANAGER, “Back Stage,” “How Important Is It For You To Like Your Client Not Only As An Actor But As A Person?”

January 4, 2010

Green Key Management, LLC answers the question in ASK A MANAGER, “Back Stage,” “How Important Is It For You To Like Your Client Not Only As An Actor But As A Person?”Green Key Management, LLC answers the question in ASK A MANAGER, "Back Stage" How Important Is It For You To Like Your Client Not Only As An Actor But As A Person?"

January 2, 2010

Cheryl Lyone shoots from 1,685,286 to 2843 on IMDB. See why.


In an amazingly positive response disproportionate to a film’s budget, Cheryl Lyone’s performance in an extremely low-budget indie revenge flick (“Run! Bitch, Run!”) has broken the mold (and a few heads) with her nuanced, touching, yet intense performance that has people talking.

Below, please find just two, of dozens of pointedly praiseworthy reviews of Cheryl Lyone.  For many more reviews, photos, reel, and further info, please go to:  www.cheryllyone.com.

“The highlight here is without a doubt Cheryl Lyone who displays a nice amount of range in the role of Catherine. Beginning as a mousy, reserved school girl, she eventually descends into a silent avenger; Lyone particularly handles the latter well, as she’s able to convey a sense of fire and vengeance without speaking a word.”
http://www.oh-the-horror.com/page.php?id=592

“Cheryl Lyone was a good find for the lead character in this feature, not only because of her more then pleasing figure, but also because she has a rather interesting Mia Farrow, Lynn Lowry, Sissy Spacek thing going on. With pale blonde hair, eyebrows, and eye lashes, milky white skin and huge grey eyes, she conveys purity, repulsion, and dogged determination with realitive ease, and those three acting expression comprise the entire range of what her roll required of her. Having this ultrablonde pale-skinned Germanic looking heroine in a white nurse’s outfit with matching bonnet while displaying an intense look of determination on her rapt face showed that Joseph Guzman had more visual IQ then all the other NeoExploition film makers before him combined.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A2QDD6OWIAEBED/ref=cm_pdp_rev_title_1?ie=UTF8&sort_by=MostRecentReview#R1CDZENEVPUYX2

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