FOF #1653 – Jet Eveleth’s Acting Lessons

Sep 7, 2012 · 1985 views

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The brilliant comedic genius Jet Eveleth joins us to talk about the crazy things acting teachers say as well as actual good advice on finding your voice as a performer and relaxing so you can be as funny as you can.

Why messing it up can be the best thing that ever happened to you. And how being in the closet impacts your creativity.


  1. Patrick says:

    Hey Fausto,
    Not sure if you knew but your intro music starts up at 31:06. I thought there was something wrong with my iTunes…lol

  2. the FOF intro music starts playing after the 31:00 mark. I WAS SO CONFUSED AT FIRST.

    great show though! Jet was a hoot!

  3. Yea it was annoying/funny. But def enjoyed the show!!!! Thanks guys. You rock my week.

  4. Sorry about that- it should be fixed.

  5. What a brilliant show! Jet Eveleth is amazing. I really loved hearing about her philosophy of humor, comedy and clown performance. I also enjoyed a lot of Fausto’s insights and the tete-à-tete about performance vs. comedy performance, and Marc’s personal comments about working with Fausto! I just had this feeling throughout the podcast that you guys were touching on very deep topics, very relevant for people interested in performance, be it as performers or those of us who enjoy going to shows and thinking about what performance does to us as audience members individually and collectively. Clown is big in Puerto Rico nowadays, with lots of very talented performers. My favorite performance troupe is the Circo Nacional de Puerto Rico, incredibly talented!!! Thanks again for this podcast!

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