Neva Hutchinson has acted in New York, Maine and the Bay Area in over 60 theater productions. She’s worked with Francis Ford Coppola, Lee Sankowich, Kevin Malony and Libby Appel. In film, she’s worked with Jon Voight and Will Smith. She’s trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and with Richard Seyd and Wynn Handman. She recently appeared at the Phoenix Theater in San Francisco in “By The Waters of Babylon” by Robert Schenkkan. Presently, she’s appearing in the lead role in “Raptured: the Disappearance and Discovery of Aimee Semple McPherson”. Also, she can currently be seen as a dry cleaner in a Buster Posey Toyota commercial.
My guest today is David Rosen. David is a musician who has written music for numerous films, TV shows and commericals.
David Rosen – an Award-Winning Composer and Producer with over 12 years of industry experience!
Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, David has been working on numerous projects since 1999. While his passion expands across a wide span of genres, David is most notably known for his electronic and new age sounds, which are sometimes infused with a little hip-hop and rock. He works with clients from all across the globe.
The son of world-famous record collector Rich Rosen, music has been part of David’s life since the very beginning. For him, it’s not only a profession but a way of life. What began as just a personal hobby quickly transformed into a full-blown obsession that’s resulted in a rewarding and ever-evolving career. David is always looking for new opportunities to grow in his art.
Opening music by Carly Ozard.
This week I take a peak, so to speak, at Kevin Spacey and his recent debacle. Since I recorded this episode yesterday, many people are now saying that Spacey regularly abused his power on the set of House of Cards and created a “toxic” work environment on the set through a pattern of sexual harassment and assault. I don’t want to believe this. Kevin has been a great representative for all actors for many years. To think that he may have behaved in ways that hurt numerous people is difficult for me to accept.
On a lighter note, this episode also talks about the return of Curb Your Enthusiasm to HBO! After a six-year absence, the half hour program has been resurrected by Larry David and the executives at Home Box Office. I also take a look at the iconic sit-com, Seinfeld and analyze the similarities and differences with Curb. Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David have created multi-million dollar enterprises with the two comedies. So, you better listen, or NO SOUP for YOU!