The Mini Released Nationally

May 11, 2010

Poking my head into the blog after months of absence.  Still no internet at the house, so I do what I can.

Just wanted to note that the movie I was in, The Mini directed by Ron Beck, has been released nationwide today.  Huzzah!

We’re quite proud of this little film, and thrilled that it will see the light of day.

For more information, or to buy or rent it click something below!

The Mini official website

The Mini on imDb

Facebook

MySpace

Maverick Films (our distributor)

Amazon

Netflix

Best Buy

Target.com

Blockbuster

Hollywood


Website Update

October 28, 2009

I’m still here and still alive, but being offline at home has changed my e-life significantly.

Despite that, my acting website got an overhaul thanks to my big brother who just felt like playing around with it.  Thanks bro.

He’s also done a few sites for his automotive businesses and interests.  Have a gander at www.inetautomotive.com.

New Website

Click to visit


To The Nines

September 9, 2009

I have no internet at home right now so my blogging time is limited. Not sure when I’ll be up and running again.

But I had to recognize today being 09/09/09. Nine is my lucky number. Lottery ticket anyone?


Doug Wilder – Speed Reader

July 14, 2009

This is old news, but I just found out about it.  A guy I know made a big splash in Congress a few months ago:

Rachel Maddow Interviews The Congressional “Speed Reader”

Doug and I worked together at Wayside Theatre in Virginia, and now he is working in the DC area.  I just did a show with Matt Eisenberg, who Doug refers to in the interview.  That’s how I found out about it.

Wild.  And Wilder.


DrekFest 3 at Stage Left Theatre

July 11, 2009

DrekFest at Stage Left Theatre Chicago

My old theater company back in Chicago, Stage Left Theatre, is hosting DrekFest 3, their 3rd annual search for the worst short play in America.

The first contest of its kind (as far as we know!), DrekFest is on a mission to expose bad writing for what it really is: damn funny. DrekFest is also on a mission to expose the new-play development process for what it sometimes can be: pretty damn ridiculous.

We are not out to make fun of writers or those who love them! What we are doing is asking good writers to intentionally write awful plays that make us laugh on the inside (especially if that’s noted in the stage directions) — and out loud.

Looks like they are well on their way.  The finalists this year…

Above the Sheets
by Daniel Bonventre

Looking Back to the Dawn of Time, Philbert Meets a Nut, Yes, Sir, Really
by Pam Dickler

“Scarecrow” or Some S***, Call It Whatever You F******* Want I Don’t Care
by Randall Colburn

Someone Has to Die Tonight, Indeed He Does
by Pam Dickler

The carnage is on Tuesday, July 21st starting at 7:30pm.  If you’re in Chicago, you may want to check this out.


Friday Dance Party 31 – Summer Dance

July 10, 2009

Another week.  Another Friday.  Another reason to dance!  Today’s Dance Party is pretty much how all of my boat parties turn out.

You Tube – Summer Dance

The artist is Lee Jung Hyun from Korea, but she also goes by Ava.

You don’t suppose she’s using this video to launch the cyber attacks, do you?


Friday Dance Party 30 – Dance 4 Life

July 3, 2009

Hoo boy, we made it to Friday.  Stand up.  Dance.

YouTube – Tiesto – Dance 4 Life (Live at TMF Awards 2006 Amsterdam

Until the last minute, I thought it would be a Michael Jackson Moonwalk.  Instead I wanted to remember the lives that have been, and celebrate the time that we get.

So get dancing, yo.


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