Last summer Rene and I shot a movie called East of Jesus.
It comes out this spring! Here’s the first trailer:
Like it, share it, enjoy.
You may remember that last year Rene and I were involved in the Fun Size Horror project, a series of 31 horror shorts that were released the week of Halloween. Rene and I were directly involved in the production of two of them: Bloody Mary, which featured Rene and our niece Katie, and Home which starred Rene and our friend Matt Conde. After the release embargo was over I released Bloody Mary right away – but I thought that I had lost the final file for Home!
During a massive file transfer to my backup drives I found it, and posted it on YouTube for all to see! So please watch and enjoy Home:
This weekend ends my run as Brian in Avenue Q at The Maverick Theater. There are four more performances:
For tickets dial (714) 526-7070 or visit the Online Box Office.
It has been a lot of fun doing a musical again and getting to play with a very talented cast. It’s been a long time since I’ve done a real musical. The last thing I sang in was the Christmas show last year, but those were holiday standards. It’s easy to forget that Broadway musicals actually have some very complicated harmonies! Nothing makes you realize how out of shape your voice is then pushing out tenor notes you haven’t had to reach since you were in your twenties. I don’t know if I’ll be hired for any national tours any time soon, but it’s been great getting back into swing of things.
While we were rehearsing we shot a series of promo videos to help advertise, I’m sure you’ve seen the one of me if you follow my Twitter feed or are a friend/fan on Facebook. In case you haven’t, here are all of the promos in one spot!
My wife is a pretty wonderful woman. She’s intelligent, witty, well read, wonderful with animals and children, a great actress, and she happens to be a pretty good writer as well!
I’ve been bugging her to blog more, and she’s been making an effort, but I find that nothing motivates me more than when I have a whole bunch of people reading the site and hoping for something new. So today I’m promoting her blog, it’s called:
In it she talks about all the things that are important to her and you might even find it a bit inspiring.
Give it a look and don’t be afraid to hit the deep archives, there are some pretty cool pictures there.
See you soon!
So much happening today at Fun Size Horror! Today is the big day for Rene and I since the short I wrote and directed, Bloody Mary, is up and the short she stars in, Home, is up as well. Wednesday is Double Feature day, so all of the hosting sites are showing two shorts. We are friends with just about everyone involved int todays posts so I hope you’ll check them all out…
Home is the tale of a crumbling marriage and a fight that leads to the worst kind of homecoming.
Bloody Mary is a bit more personal. When my sister and I were kids I used to get a great deal of joy out of scaring her which, as I’m sure you can imagine, neither she or my parents were all that fond of. The worst thing I ever did was convince her that Bloody Mary lived in our bathroom mirror. This is that story.
Hope you enjoy them! Let me know what you think.
See you soon!
HOLY CRAP!! CRAZY ONLINE DEALS EVERYWHERE!!!! AND NOW YOU CAN DO ALL OF YOUR SHOPPING…
Seeing all the old episodes of Sabrina has gotten me nostalgic about some of the stuff I used to do in the 90’s. Lot’s of the commercials I did aren’t available on the internet, which stinks because some of them were hysterical (I was killed by a blow dart in a Coke Zero commercial) but one of them has survived!
A buddy of mine works with a high school marching band that performs on TV shows and commercials and they needed a comedy drum major to lead them.
I was that man.
Here are the full minute and thirty seconds version of that commercial:
See you next time!