Thursday, May 28, 2009
Note from Kevin Tor, the writer/Cal: That is not my hand on Bill's upper thigh. It is an unfortunate screen capture.
Bill - William Franke
Gray - Sean McCormack
Cal - Kevin Tor
Directed by William Franke
Written by Kevin Tor
Music - "Flow is Special" by rockamic (ccMixter)
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
by Sarah Phelps
with Cake Productions at the .
This play premiered at London's Soho Playhouse in 2002.
A series of encounters linked by a liaison in a hotel bedroom, Modern Dance for Beginners is a cruelly comic play about love and sex.
'Sarah Phelps's marvellous [play].... a shocking take on La Ronde. This is a play for today, and well worth catching while you can'
'Foul tempered, acid tongued and dripping in bodily fluids... sexy, snappy, sharp witted, dynamic and aggressive'
'Phelps certainly has a gift for sharp, fast dialogue'
'Raw explicit talk and personal tenderness. Highly recommended.'
Independent on Sunday
- and -
In September/October I will be playing Les in
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Animal Planet: shot a day for their upcoming Parasites miniseries (I play a doctor, not a tapeworm).NoBuddies: I know we are a little behind, but Episode 10 should be edited and up soon!
Karen Kohlhaas Directing Class: Ms. Kohlhaas, a co-founder of the Atlantic Theater Company, is teaching a Directing Class. For me it's a free scene study class, with the opportunity to audit the class on those days that we're performing our scene. I am having a great time working on the final scene from Days of Wine and Roses by J.P. Miller with Katherine McDonald and direction from Keri Seymour.
Auditioning: In addition to the seven (7) auditions I did for the above-mentioned directing class, I have gone to two EPAs for the Summer Play Festival. I've also read for a History Channel show, a Columbia student film (called back), a Stride Gum commercial and a Canon commercial. I also auditioned for Cake Productions' upcoming Modern Dance for Beginners. I was called back last night and had just as much fun as I had at the initial audition (which is to say a lot). Counting all those up (and including callbacks), I have averaged about four auditions a week for the month of May.
Proofreading: I gotta pay the mortgage somehow. I have recently begun proofreading and am happily working on my second project for Scholastic Inc.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
"...a Washington, D.C., man whose love of music led him, in the 1960s, to meticulously hand-make and hand-paint facsimile record album covers of his fantasized music, complete with imagined lyric sheets and liner notes (with some "albums" even shrink-wrapped in plastic), and, even more incredibly, to hand-make cardboard facsimiles of actual grooved discs to put inside them. "Mingering Mike," ...His 38 imagined "albums" were discovered at a flea market after Mike defaulted on storage-locker fees."
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
*check out what Garfield creator Jim Davis thinks of Garfield Minus Garfield - pretty cool.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Considering how awesome both Iron Man and Elf were, I think Jon Favreau is a natural to direct the inevitable Hollywood movie version.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Rather, I would like to highlight my pal Nicole's top-notch work on the Live Green section of the
Teens for Planet Earth web site.
Check it out; as they say "...you can't do everything. But if each person does even one thing, it all adds up to something pretty amazing."
[Photo by Kimberly Faye]