Friday, September 24, 2010

Blog Post 2: The Reckoning

Hello again, dear readers (all 5 of you), and welcome, once again, to another blog. God, there were a lot of commas in that last sentence, huh? Anyhoo, this is where I tell you what's been going on.

So, this is a still image from a film I just finished filming and is now, as far as I know, in post-production. It was a horror short by Ace Bouchard called What Happened to Peter about my character and how I kill people. Also, the fiancée was in this one.

Isn't she pretty? I kill her in the film. SPOILER! I also just finished doing some ADR work for Joe Spit's Somnia and Clinton Norman's The First Guest, two other films I did a few months ago. I am now in rehearsal for a series of short scenes put together for an evening of fabulous theater.

Performing on October 14, 15 & 16th at 9pm

Manhattan Repertory Theatre. 303 west 42nd street at 8th avenue (3rd floor). 
Call 646 329 6588 to reserve you tickets! Tickets $20.

Hey, you should come see this!

In other news, I've just signed up for THIS CLASS! at The Pit. The 

man she's pretty, and I are taking this one together. I really enjoy sketch comedy and haven't done anything with The Pit, but I've heard good things. I'll let you know, gentle reader, how it goes.

I've also picked up Die again and started writing new things for it. It needs to be longer and Mind the Art Entertainment is planning on putting it up in the near future. I also need to do some revisions on the stuff that's already been written. DaVinci said "art is never finished, only abandoned". But I'm not yet ready to abandon.

On a personal level, we're planning like gangbusters for the wedding. She has her dresses (yep, plural) and the venue's booked. The invitations are on their way and the honeymoon is also booked.

Until next time, dear reader, adieu.