I've written a lot so far about self-started projects, teaching myself guitar and Hebrew, writing (and finishing!) my play, and so on. Today I'm happy to report a new production, Seven Minutes in Eternity, by Andy Boyd, going up at the Schapiro theatre at the end of this month. I'm doubly excited because in addition to acting, I get to exercise my fight directing skills, a particularly welcome opportunity in the absence of fighting at the Renaissance Faire this summer.
Seven Minutes is based on the true story of William Dudley Pelley (look him up; he's a trip - the title is a reference to how he described his "near-death experience") and takes place in the early 20th century. The show includes elements of a radio play and a superhero comic, giving us lots of room for hilarious over the top characters, big action, and serious storytelling.
We have weeks to go before opening night, but I'm already having a blast. I highly recommend checking us out - tickets are free! View the facebook event here, or reserve tickets by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you there!