Danielle heeft een interview en fotoshoot gehad met 1883 Magazine om te praten over haar theathershow ‘Trouble In Mind’.
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After making her Broadway debut in Trouble in Mind, Danielle Campbell is remembering how to play make-believe again.
For many of us, the pandemic served as a reset button and forced us to ask one question to ourselves: are we really doing what we are meant to be doing? After working consistently for well over a decade, actress Danielle Campbell experienced the same worry. When the world began opening back up again, Campbell was given the greatest gift: a chance to fall back in love with her craft through her latest project, Trouble in Mind.
The play, which was written in 1955 by the incomparable Alice Childress, follows an experienced Black stage actress as she undergoes rehearsals of a Broadway production with Childress weaving themes of race, identity, and ego within the stage world that are as topical and relevant today as they were in the ’50s. Campbell plays ingenue Judy, a somewhat naive actress who is incredibly keen and excited to get her career going but is somewhat blind to the different levels of privilege she has within the theatre world. For Campbell, who started acting as early as 13, Trouble in Mind has not only encouraged her to fall back in love with her craft but also reach back to her inner child and remind herself that playing make-believe is exactly what she’s meant to do.
1883 Magazine’s editor Kelsey Barnes chats with Danielle Campbell about debuting on Broadway with Trouble in Mind, the importance of art as a place to open up thoughtful conversations, soothing your inner child, and more.
Firstly, congrats on your Broadway debut!
Thank you so much. It’s honestly been unbelievable and such a blast.
It must be such a bittersweet moment because it’s been such an incredible run and the final performance is on Sunday.
Yeah, it’s pretty wild. My cast mates and I have been having all of these ‘lasts,’ like we had our last two-show Wednesday yesterday. It’s a strange time to be on-stage at the moment because everything we’ve heard and read from the reviews and the comments from people that stay behind to talk about the show have all been so positive so far, it would’ve been a different experience had COVID not existed! Either way, I’m just trying to take it all in.
Ian en Paul staat op de januari 2022 cover van het tijdschrift Food and Beverage om hun Bourbon merk ‘Brothers Bond’ te promoten. De fotoshoot op de cover is één van de promotioneleshoots die de heren eerder in 2021 hadden met fotograaf en goede vriend Dean Bradshaw. Hiervan zijn natuurlijk extra outtakes verschenen.
Ik heb enkele nieuwe outtakes toegevoegd van Danielle’s al eerder verschenen fotoshoot. En er staat twee nieuwe fotoshoots in de galerij die genomen zijn ter promotie van het theatherstuk ‘Trouble In Mind’. Voor Broadway.com wordt ze genoemd als één van de 25 acteur die je in de gaten gehouden moet worden. Een klein interview heeft ze hiervoor gegegeven, deze is te lezen door op lees meer te klikken hieronder.
Having worked consistently on the small screen on series including Paramount+’s “Tell Me a Story” and Freeform’s “Famous in Love,” Campbell makes her Broadway debut in Roundabout Theatre Company’s “Trouble in Mind.” She’s particularly thrilled to be sharing the stage with Tony winner LaChanze, “and to watch her formidable portrayal of Wiletta Mayer.”
What’s in the pipeline that you’re most excited about?
The play I’m working on right now has me giddy with excitement! We’ve worked tirelessly to do the playwright, Alice Childress, justice. “Trouble In Mind” is a play within a play that looks at ego, prejudice, and identity in the world of New York theater; It’s both baffling and heartbreaking to acknowledge just how relevant this story still is today.
What’s your No. 1 piece of audition advice?
Have fun with the audition and make it your own. Whether you’re self-taping or in-person, everyone will have something different that makes them special. Get off-book, prepare who you believe the character to be, and have fun! Every audition is an opportunity to learn something about yourself and to play within a new world.
Ik heb enkele nieuwe foto’s toegevoegd van Danielle in het broadway theatherstuk ‘Trouble In Mind’. De voorstellingen zijn voor een gelimiteerd aantal weken te zien op het New Yorkse Broadway tot midden januari. De reviews van het stuk zijn positief en er bestaat een mogelijk dat het genomineerd wordt voor een Tony Award in de catogorie Best Revival of a Play category.
Klik op meer in de trailer van het stuk te zien en enkele interview die Danielle heeft gegeven de afgelopen weken ter promotie.
Michael Malarkey is known for his work in TV’s the “Vampire Diaries” and “Project Blue Book” but he’s also a singer/songwriter and onetime vocalist for Ohio-based hardcore band Shadyside. On this episode of SPOKE, we talked about the joys of working at a record store—and being young and cocky record store clerk, the ups and downs of social media, how hardcore punk changed his life, and the live audience expectations of an actor/musician.
Danielle heeft een interview gehad met KSiteTV.com over het vierde seizoen van ‘Legacies’.
As we go into Season 4, is dealing with the Malivore the #1 thing on Hope’s mind?
I definitely think so. I think that dealing with Malivore is sort of the theme of this season and of the first four episodes of the season, all that kind of comes to a head. So yes, I think it’s safe to say so.
If Hope does indeed unleash her inner Tribrid, will she have a harder time of it, what with so much going inside of her at once?
Oh, absolutely. If she was to become a tribrid, I think that it would definitely be very complicated. She’s the most powerful being in the universe – technically, we’ve never met a more powerful being. So I think that there’s a lot of fear and anticipation around it: If she were to become the Tribrid, what is going to happen?
If she does become the Tribrid, will this affect her interactions with Alaric, especially?
Absolutely. Seeing how Hope and Alaric have interacted in the beginning part of this coming season has been a real joy to get to play with as an actor. It might be my favorite dynamic that Hope has, as a who. We’ve kind of seen them separated for a bit, but seeing how that relationship progresses and complicates has been really, really beautiful to see.
Can you talk about what it’s like to act opposite Aria as a different version of Landon, in a way since he’s possessed by the Malivore?
Yeah. He loved it, and I think really got into it. It was really nice to be able to play with Aria in a very different way – in a way that was much more challenging. I think I’ve always wanted that for Hope and Landon’s relationship, is to be a little bit more of equals fighting with each other, and so seeing how they are now equals fighting against each other has been really fun to play with as well.
Are you allowed to say anything about Hope’s interactions with Cleo in the premiere?
I think it’s safe to say that seeing Hope and Cleo’s relationship evolve… where it left off, it’s very unfinished… I think that everyone feels that way, so there’s definitely more places to go within that dynamic. I just can’t really say how. Read More
Michael heeft een interview gehad met TVFanatic over het huidige seizoen van ‘Rosswel, New Mexico’.
Hi Michael, how are you?
I’m doing well. I’m doing well. How are you?
Good, I’m great. Thank you. So, I’m just jumping right in here. Kyle has had a lot going on in season three, to put it mildly. How would you describe his journey so far this season?
Well, as I’m sure you know, Kyle is continuing to put out fires. He’s there for as many people as he can be, but he’s definitely called upon. And whenever he’s needed, I feel like he shows up, but in episode 3×09, that’s going to air next week, I think we kind of see things.
Kyle Listens – Roswell, New Mexico Season 3 Episode 4
He’s reached his limit. And you sense his frustration. And I feel that it’s warranted even though it comes in a bit hot, but we’re in season three, and his life has taken a turn. And he’s finding out more and more about his own family history, and I think it’s just been a bit frustrating for him.
Sure. And while Kyle was recovering, the audience got the big bomb dropped on us that Ramos is Kyle’s uncle. And that adds another layer to the Valenti history and legacy. So can you kind of speak to where Kyle currently is in regards to his feelings about his father and his feelings about the legacy of his family?
Well, I think what the writers have done is really, from season one to season three, has painted a picture of who Kyle’s father was. Who is Jim Valenti? And at first, we thought he’s this great guy that Kyle had looked up to and always wanted to make proud. And maybe that is the driving force in everything and anything that Kyle does.
Well, now we’re finding out a bit more about who Jim really was. We’ve been on this journey of season two with Jesse Manes, that whole interaction.
And now we’re finding out a bit more in season three. And that really flips Kyle’s world upside down. I don’t see how it couldn’t. So he becomes this angsty, frustrated individual because you’re thinking you know somebody, and you’re finding out all these different things about him or her.
Kyle Looks On – Roswell, New Mexico Season 3 Episode 5
And so with Eduardo, I feel that it’s like, “What else? What else am I missing?” What else can be thrown his way? Because now we find out that, yeah, Eduardo, “Oh, you’re my uncle. Interesting. Why hasn’t anybody ever told me that before? Where have you been? Can you help me understand what is going on?”
And when you think about that, Kyle probably thinks, “Well, who am I really? What is this really about?” So I don’t know if he’s, maybe, in the middle of wondering or questioning his own identity of what is this Valenti code? Has that been a lie? Because that’s something that he’s lived by, so that’s where we’re at.
Will we get to find out more about what happened the night that Kyle was attacked?
No, not really. I’m trying to think fast here of exactly, no, I mean, when we started episode 309, we find out, has he been in a coma? Was he injected with something? Was he knocked out? So, it was briefly explained, but I think, more so, we get into Eduardo and Kyle. Who are they to one another?
And that is a jumping-off point for Kyle.
Helping Isobel – Roswell, New Mexico
You touched on this a little bit earlier, but Kyle is not only the doctor that everyone needs, but he’s also a confidant as well. Can you speak to Kyle’s role, how you see Kyle’s role within his group of friends?
Yeah. I think Kyle is somebody that you can depend on. He’s somebody who has everybody’s best interest at heart. If you call upon him, he’s going to be there for you. And I think that what I’ve enjoyed about being on the show is how Kyle is interwoven between all the storylines, everything that’s happening.
He is a part of that, in some capacity. So that’s been fun to play just as an actor with everybody on our cast, but that’s just going to continue. And I feel like it’s just going to get heavier. Just a heavier burden on Kyle, on what else needs to be done, how he can help, what is asked of him, needed of him to finish off the season.
And that also kind of flows into my next question, which is that Kyle is a character that has deeply personal relationships with pretty much all of the core characters, but is there a certain dynamic that you wish could be explored a bit more on the show?
Like this season, we’ve got you with Michael some more and some more with you and Rosa, is there any particular dynamic you’d like to see explored more?
Kyle In LA – Roswell, New Mexico Season 3 Episode 1
Great question. A hundred percent. Kyle and Isobel. I want to see it. I want them to…what is their dynamic? Cause I think the energy that Lily brings to Isobel is so… it’s not infectious, but it’s… it is infectious, but it’s also, she just has so much energy.
She’s a ball of energy, and I want to see…and she’s powerful. She’s just fierce. And so, I’d like to see more Isobel and Kyle scenes. What is their friendship relationship to one another? And I’d like to explore that.
Yeah, that’d be great. Cause I also think with Kyle, every person he gets to interact with brings out a different side to him, which is really nice to see as well.
Yes, very much so. I’m glad you noticed that because it’s true. It’s true. And that’s why I picked Isobel because I think that out of everybody, you see the most, you see such a different side of Kyle whenever he’s interacting with Isobel.
Claire heeft een interview en fotoshoot gehad met Ocean Drive, bekijk de fotoshoot in de galerij.
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Claire Holt (@claireholt) has lived her 33 years as a woman on a mission. Constantly on the move, the Australian beauty has been driven by her intense ambition, landing iconic roles such as Rebekah Mikaelson on The Vampire Diaries and its spinoff series, The Originals, as well as Emma Gilbert in H20: Just Add Water, that catapulted her to mega-fame and set the fast pace of her blossoming acting career. However, as the world came to a halt in 2020, Holt found herself doing the same. And during this time, she realized it may be time to reevaluate her priorities in life.
“I’ve been guilty of always running to the next thing in my life,” Holt admits. “It was always, ‘What’s next?’ ‘Where am I going now?’ I set these career goals for myself and never took the time to slow down. The lockdown ended up being a time for me to think about my life and my future. And I think now I’m on the right path.”
Following a miscarriage in March 2018, which Holt bravely and candidly revealed to her millions of fans on Instagram, she and husband Andrew Joblon welcomed their baby son, James Holt Joblon to the world a year later in March 2019. In the midst of the lockdowns in April 2020, Holt announced to Instagram that she was expecting once again, this time with a baby girl, Elle Madeline Holt Joblon, who was born in September 2020.
“Being pregnant throughout that time was definitely anxiety-inducing as we didn’t know much about the virus or the potential effects on a growing baby. But it was so nice to be able to spend extra time with my family and just slow down. It allowed me to look into alternative business paths given that the acting world was put on hold,” Holt notes.
Prompting an interest to expand her horizons in the investment world, Holt’s entrepreneurial spirit flourished as she took stake in beauty brand Fig. 1 and launched her first swimsuit collaboration with Andie Swim.
Entertainment Weekly heeft een podcast uitgebracht genaamd “Binge: The Vampire Diaries” waarin ze met cast en crewleden praten over de serie. De volledige afleveringen over de seizoen kan je beluisten via o.a. Apple Podcast (zoekterm ‘EW’s Binge’. In de interview wordt o.a. toegelicht waarom Klaroline nooit gebeurde, was Ian jaloers op Chris Woods personage Kai, verteld Nina over haar dubbelrol als Elena en Katerhine in S2 en wordt duidelijk hoe Joseph gecast werd voor zijn rol als Klaus.
Acteurs Claire Holt, Ian Somerhalder, Michael Trevino, Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev en Chris Woods zijn tot nu toe degene die in de podcast te horen zijn. Tot nu toe zijn afleveringen van de podcast verschenen gewijd aan seizoen 1 t/m 6, later zullen die van seizoen 7 & 8 nog volgen. Seizoen 7 is ook verschenen
EW heeft delen van de interview op Youtube gezet, bekijk alle verschenen stukjes hieronder allemaal hieronder.