News/Press

“Act Like an Adult” is the attention-grabbing title of Lisa Ellen Niver’s review and feature story on The Next Edition in the Jewish Journal (December 2018).

“How to Handle Awkward Questions About Your Acting Career Over the Holidays” – Heading home for the holidays can be stressful enough. Add to that a barrage of inquiries about why you’re not a star yet and it can add to the often-normal stress that these family-and-friend reunions can stir. In his “Backstage Experts” column, Brad offers his list of survival tips to pack with you for the season’s journey home (November 2018).

“Creating, Promoting, Marketing & Protecting Your Brand Online” – The worldwide web can create some global brand and image challenges for both new-to-the-business and established, “working” actors. Expounding on a chapter in The Next Edition, Brad address the issue his guest blogger column for Casting Frontier (October 2018).

WGN-TV, in Chicago, helped launch the mid-west arrival of “The Next Edition.” Co-anchors Larry Potash and Robin Baumgarten interviewed Brad about the new landscape and the new book (October 2018).

“Three Ways to Prep for Pilot Season Right Now” -- Backstage adds Brad to their team as a “Backstage Expert” contributing columnist. His first article addresses network pilot season 2019 (September 2018).


BroadwayWorld.com announces the New York talk-and-signing event for “The Next Edition” (September 2018).


TalkinBroadway.com announces The Drama Book Shop’s New York City event for “The Next Edition” (September 2018).


Fox 11 News, in Los Angeles, helped launched “The Next Edition” with an appearance by Brad. He was by interviewed by noon news co-anchors Bob DeCastro and Marla Tellez (September 2018).


BroadwayWorld.com announces the publication of Brad’s new book (September 2018).


The right pilot season strategy can make all the difference in the world as you travel on your career journey. Creating a plan to guide you can have benefits that linger through the rest of the year and beyond. In his Back Stage column, Brad Lemack offers up a five-step plan to guide you through pilot season in ways that can help you make your mark and build your brand.
When should an actor/spouse shift gears to become their partner’s spouse/manager? Don’t even think about it! Jackie Apodaca’s Back Stage column on “Managing Your Man” features an interview with Brad Lemack on the topic. (November 2011)
When should actors team up to manage each other? Never! Jackie Apodaca’s insightful Back Stage column features an interview with Brad Lemack on the topic. (May 2011)
Editor Larry Caldwell went on the road with Brad Lemack to report on The Business of Acting “Live” from a recent seminar at the AFTRA headquarters, in Los Angeles, for the Emerson College magazine The Hollywood Report. (May 2011)
How do you go from college graduate to working actor? Brad Lemack weighs in on how to turn your college or university degree into an employable career in the Back Stage article “Things They Don’t Teach You in Acting School: Experts Share Their Wisdom.” (April 2011)
Read Brad Lemack's Back Stage article and excerpt from Chapter 10 of The New Business of Acting about how to create an action plan for career success (November 2010).
Read the RP Workshops Blog and Report on Brad Lemack's session on The New Business of Acting with AFTRA members at a recent AFTRA Members Education event (November 2010):
Read the Book Soup Blog about The New Business of Acting and Brad Lemack's in-store appearance:
Read Don Grigware's review of The New Business of Acting in BroadwayWorld.com (October 2010) "Lemack 's New 'How To ... Book' - A Must Read for Serious Actors".