2 New Shows: Zombies & Robots!
Good news, all: I have some new projects coming up! After a bit of a respite, I will be performing in two new shows.
The first is with Landless Theater’s 3rd Annual Mashup Festival. I’ll be in two shows: The first is a combination of Winnie The Pooh and World War II films called Saving Private Pooh. The second, and the main event (at least for my stage time), is a combination of The Walking Dead and The Flintstones called The Walking Fred. Written by the fantastic Maurice Martin, who penned the award-winning R.U.X. from last year, I’ll be on stage as Fred Flintstone fighting off a zombies in the city of Bedrock. Rehearsals for both shows have already begun, and it’s going to be a great night of theater.
And speaking of R.U.X., the robots return this summer! As part of the DC Summer Fringe Festival, Naked Theatre Company will be mounting R.U.R.: The Grand-daddy of R.U.X.. Premiering in the 1920’s, R.U.R. was a huge leap forward in the world of science fiction and actually invented the word “Robot”. I’ll be joining them in bringing this benchmark in world drama to DC, and I can’t wait to get back into the lab.
Tickets will be going on sale for both productions soon, and I’ll make sure to post the information here when it becomes available. Until then you can visit Landless and NTC for more info about the shows, and make sure to visit my calendar to mark the dates.