Entries by MTT

In The Moment with Joey Luthman

Rarely do you see a four page resume and a mile long list of awards at the age of 14. However, if your name is Joey Luthman, you do. This prolific young actor embodies the same belief system as the late, great Lucille Ball, who’s motto was “Do Everything you can “…as an Actor. Joey […]

Tremaine News – DO40 3rd ANNUAL LEGACY AWARDS – DEC. 11, 2011

Joe Tremaine being honored by Dancers Over 40. The third annual DO40 Legacy Awards is turning out to be a huge event. This year they are honoring the teachers – those who have schooled US in the art of dance, and prepared us for what was to come. http://www.tremainedance.com/news/?news_id=283

Hosts Tell All, Part 1

In this first part of “Hosts Tell All” I had a chance to sit down with Jeannie Mai, Brian Corsetti and Lance Smith, three hosts that I greatly admire. I had the pleasure of meeting Jeannie several years ago when I was casting for E! and Style. Jeannie recently told me she was living up […]

The Callback

The most important thing for an actor to remember in a “callback” is to be consistent. The Casting Director “called you back” after your pre-read audition, because they liked what you did in the room with them. All too often, an actor will get excited about a callback and will go home and work on […]

How To Handle Hecklers in Standup Comedy

Everyone is afraid of being heckled. Fear no more! Master Talent Teacher Gerry Katzman gives you a time-tested formula for staying ahead of even the nastiest crowd. INTRO: Before I teach you my 4-step How-to-Handle-Hecklers process, I have to share some bad news: You are not being heckled.