The Ovations Awards ceremony isn't until 11/9, but this is from the nominees' reception, where they plied us with drinks and snacks and nominee certificates and Ovation pins and a good time was had by all. Pictured: The Behavior of Broadus All-Star Band.
The Behavior of Broadus got nine (NINE!) Ovation Award nominations, including best production of a musical (intimate theatre), acting ensemble of a musical, book, lyrics, and directing. I anxiously await the awards ceremony, I'll don my finest diamonds to celebrate 99-seat theatre with m'comrades in arms.
And Serial Killers is back in session, here's me last week as a 911 dispatch officer in Tifanie McQueen's "Florida Man," directed by Ben Rock. Saturday nights at 11!
My episode of RideShare Confessions is live! Definitely not just playing me at 14, totally created a character there
I realized recently that my last blog post was from September of last year, so it looks like I haven't been doing anything, but I have, and I've been going back through and adding more pictures and links and things, which glitched out the site, so these blog entries say that they were happening throughout like a week, but they were all posted 7/31, I just changed the dates so they'd show up in the right order. Enjoy!
I spent a lot of June shooting a short film with Zachary, which we co-wrote. It's down in edit-town with Jim Pierce now, so more on this in a couple months.
Okay look, so this was mostly just more Serial Killers.
That time me, Zachary, and Jen DeRosa performed as ZACHARY BERNSTEIN AND FRIENDS AND ENEMIES for vote count
This was a busy month, but not entirely for acting/writing/comedy reasons. I moved! To a house! In Burbank! With Natalie! Combined, we have several cats.
Also, I participated in a reading of a new, smart, funny full-length play by Sarah McKinley Oakes. She is very smart and funny so it makes sense her script was, too.
In February Tangerine Sunset died (it lived a very full life in two episodes) before it was resurrected for the playoffs.
Also, that month I started co-directing The Boring Astronaut with French Stewart, in preparation for captaining the space shuttle in his absence.
I also co-hosted the show one night with Zachary!
I'm an actor, and I write stuff too. I do comedy. I'm short. I perform in a sketch comedy show called Serial Killers (just about) every Saturday.