The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

The Compass

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The Compass podcast documents the lives of artists navigating the waters between art and commerce. What do they do when they feel themselves going to the dark side? How do they find balance when they are creating beautiful things, but not necessarily making their entire living from their art (acting, dance, etc). A space for those conversations with peers about living a creative life.

Hosted by actress Leah Walsh.

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Episodes

The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

Episode 137: Nick Mills

Actor and teacher Nick Mills shares his experiences with the dark side, becoming a parent, gratitude, mentors, and how his approach to auditioning has changed ...
The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

Episode 136: Lizzie King-Hall

Actor and dialect coach Lizzie King-Hall shares her experiences with the dark side, political action, navigating the role of dialect coach in a production and building her business, and learning from the artists around you ...
The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

Episode 135: Ryan Spahn

Actor, writer, and producer Ryan Spahn shares his experiences with the dark side, going to Juilliard in his late twenties, having patience, getting his screenplays made, and collaboration ...
The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

Episode 134: Tim Dieterichs

Artist Tim Dieterichs shares his experiences with the dark side, addiction and recovery, what he values about acting and design, the importance of community, and finding freedom in structure ...
The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

Episode 133: Marla Phelan

Dancer and choreographer Marla Phelan shares her experiences with the dark side, the complexities of being a freelancing, working in different genres of dance and theater, moving towards her choreographic voice, and knowing your worth ...
The Compass Hosted by Leah Walsh

Episode 132: Kristin McCarthy Parker

Director Kristin McCarthy Parker shares her experiences with the dark side, devising work, day jobs, the strength of working with an established community, and directing a long run of a show ...

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