Posts tagged “Into The Woods

Updated Pictures And Videos!

After a few days of uploading, editing and configuring, there’s a brand new update for the site! I’ve added pictures from all of my 2012 shows, including Into The Woods: In Concert, Stop Kiss, Trespassing and both Fringe performances of R.U.X. Better late than never, right? They’re also uploaded into a new format, which is much more user friendly and just flat out nicer on the eyes. Check them out here.

And as a special bonus, I have two short clips of the Fall Fringe performance of R.U.X. in my Videos section. Such a fun show, and it’s great to have a little video evidence of two great scenes in the show. They can be viewed here.

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Come see Into The Woods: In Concert! This Weekend Only

What happens when you mix puppets and Stephen Sondheim? Obviously one hell of a clever show. For tonight at 8pm and Saturday at 7pm, you can experience Into The Woods: In Concert! like it’s never been seen. So come join us at St. Stephen’s Church in DC. Tickets are pay-what-you-can, so you really have no good reason not to come. You can click here for directions to enjoy the show. See you there!

Location Update for Into The Woods: In Concert!

Hello all,

We finally have an venue locked down for Into The Woods: In Concert!. We will be performing at the St. Stephen Episcopal Church at 1525 Newton Street NW, Washington, DC 20010. Click here for driving directions and click here for the Facebook event. Tickets are free or pay what you can, and it only runs for 2 nights. So mark your calendars now!

Another Show Down & Looking To The Future

Last night was the final night of my run with Ambassador Theater with The Madman and the Nun. Many thanks to all of my talented and wonderful cast and crew for a great run.

My next project, Into The Woods: In Concert! with Nu Sass theater, is currently in the works and set to play for two nights only on January 13th & 14th! The location is TBA, but the ticket price is 100% free. So I can’t think of one good reason for everyone not to come and share in some Sondheim love. Stay tuned for more info coming soon.