Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Theatresource in the News

Updated because I'm dumb at we have 3 plays nominated, not just 2.
So, we have two three original plays nominated for IT Awards this year. That's kind of a big deal.

Original Short Script
Vincent Marano, My Baby, Ingenius Short Play 
Vinnie is a great guy and he's been improving my taste in Whiskey. He's also a brilliant playwright.

Solo Performance
Nat Cassidy, Things At The Doorstep: An Evening of Horror Based on the Works of H.P. Lovecraft, Manhattan Theatre Source, Greg Oliver Bodine, and Nat Cassidy

Nat Cassidy and Greg Bodine are both awesome.

Actress in a Featured Role
Lauren Roth, Billy Carver and the Children in Mind, OptiMystics

This was a Montserrat Mendez show. 'Twas great.

And it's just fantastic that two three, count 'em, two three Theatresource shows are nominated for awards.

But hey, there are more awards here. Let's take a look at a couple of them:

Performance Art Production
(un)afraid, New York Neo-Futurists
Sound Design
Christopher Loar, (un)afraid, New York Neo-Futurists

Ask yourself: what do all of the above shows have in common? Why, they were all stage-managed by the Queen of Mars. Indeed. (Billy Carver was not stage managed by QOM.)

Looks to me if you want to be nominated for an IT award, you better hire the QOM as your stage manager. She's only $3000 a day (plus expenses.)
Oh but hey, I can't not mention this nomination too:
Heather E. Cunningham, David Ian Lee, Matthew Semler and Kristen Vaughan, Benefactors Retro Productions

David Ian Lee has been in our last three pictures and he wrote (with Nat Cassidy) the movie Android Insurrection.

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