I’m happy to say we had a fantastic opening night for the Source 10 Minute Play Festival last Friday. The audience was plentiful and energetic, and each of the one act plays really brought the thunder. We should have some reviews coming in, which I’m sure I’ll be pimping out on Facebook and Twitter. But in the meantime, we have a couple of sneak-peek photos!
I’ve added more, plus a few extra from this year’s Morning, Miranda, over at my Pictures page here. We have two performances this week on both Thursday and Saturday night at 8, and I hope everyone can come out and see it. Make sure to get your tickets here and reserve the dates on my Calendar here. Finally, I’ve added a few links to some friends of mine over on my Links page here. They’re awesome people doing awesome things, so you should check them out.
Big news is still yet to be announced, so keep yourselves posted on the Twitter and Facebooks for some awesome upcoming projects. Until then, see you at the Source!
Hello friends. Lately I’ve been slacking on this site for a bit. Things have been insanely busy but with so much new happenings, I figured it was time I let you all in on my life. First of all, many thanks to Jackie Walter, David Dieudonne and all of Silver Spring Stage for a fantastic run of The Navigator in their Annual One Act Festival. We put together an amazing show and Jackie and I even walked away with Acting Awards for our efforts. I always feel that if I’m not tired after a performance, I haven’t given it my all. And this show, even though it’s only 30 minutes long, left me exhausted every night.
Secondly, I’m proud to say I recently was invited to be a part of the Emmy-Award winning show Veep. Alright, fine, it’s only featured background. But I saw some of the playback and I’m fairly certain you’ll be seeing my handsome face alongside Julia Louis-Dreyfus for my television debut. Keep an eye out for me in the upcoming Season 3!
So what’s next? How about a triumphant return to The Hope Operas in a brand new Maurice Martin show called Chupy and the Science Twins? Premiering October 7th at the Comedy Spot in Ballston, I’ll be returning with Amy Kellet, John Tweel and director Sun King Davis of R.U.X. fame among other talented people to bring you a twisted take of Saturday morning cartoon mystery shows. Can we have another clean sweep like our robot love did 2 years ago? Come by to find out and support some great charities. Visit The New Hope Operas Website for more details.
And finally, I’ve added a bunch of new stuff on my site. I have an updated Resumé and Bio here, added pictures from The Navigator here, a new article from The Sentinel where I’m quoted on my Press page here, some new links to some favorite people here and finally my Theater Calendar with the dates, times and locations for the upcoming Chupy and the Science Twins here.
Hope to see you all in Ballston!