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Prudent Parents Podcast

Welcome to the Prudent Parents Podcast! Steven Beer, entertainment attorney and author of "Your Child's Career in Music and Entertainment: The Prudent Parent's Guide from Start to Stardom" sits down with a variety of entertainment industry experts in this new podcast series. Acting coaches, music producers, casting directors, managers, and more lend their decades of expertise to conversations about the whats, whys, and hows of navigating your child's entertainment career.


Nov 29, 2017

Larry Rudolph and Steven Beer practiced law together for ten years at Rudolph & Beer. Since leaving the business of law in 2003, Larry has become one of the most successful and influential artist managers in the music industry, with decades of experience working with stars like Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Avril...

Oct 25, 2017

Education is a particularly important subject when working with young entertainers. Steven speaks with Alan Simon about this essential issue in his latest podcast. Alan is the creator of On Location Education and has lead the company for more than 30 years. He is an expert on education for children in the...

Oct 11, 2017

This episode, Steven speaks with Marc Tumminelli, the Founder and Director of the legendary Broadway Workshop and Artistic Director of Project Broadway. Marc offers insight on what makes performers successful today, how parents can best support their kids in the biz, and - on the flip side - how parents can accidentally...

Sep 27, 2017

Certified acting and career coach and fellow stage parent Maria Capp sits down with Steven for this episode. Maria speaks about her experiences with her own career and those of her children, how the coaching process works, and balancing a child's entertainment activities with their life in a family.

Sep 6, 2017

This episode, Steven speaks with award-winning film and television casting director Eric Souliere (American Horror Story, The Mentalist, Nip/Tuck) about his industry experiences, what he looks for when casting kids, and ways he's seen parents jeopardize their children's careers.