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Back To One
Back To One is a podcast about acting. In each episode, host Peter Rinaldi invites one working actor to do a deep dive into their unique process, psychology, and approach to the craft. No small talk, no celebrity stories, no inane banter—just the work.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.8 stars from 46 ratings
Oh so so boring. The host, not the guests. But the guests come across boring because of the host. So much potential, too. Don’t waste your time unless you’re in prison and have nothing else to do.
RPW55 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/21/20
Love it
The most insightful and erudite questions and answers
2wenty4frames via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/16/20
Pretentious as hell
I’ve tried (emphasis on “tried”) to listen to 3 episodes now because I really liked the people being interviewed — I was only able to make it all the way through one. No thank you
OCSDDC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/08/19
Recent Episodes
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