This Broadway retrospective seeks to bring fans of classic shows online, in the hopes they might find some new classics available for viewing on Stage17.
“Of course, there are a lot of artists, a lot of actors, writers, producers, directors who do very well. The phone does ring, agents and managers call for opportunities for them, and that’s great,” creator Tino Demitro says. “Then you’ve got the other side of the coin. Guys like … myself who have to get out there and do it, so that’s what I choose to do now.”
Described by its co-producers and co-stars Rick Copp, Joe Dietl and Ben Zook as “THE GOLDEN GIRLS meets MURDER, SHE WROTE, but with big, hairy gay men,” Where The Bears Are is seeking funding for it’s fourth and final season on Kickstarter.
“A film I was in was accepted into the Short Film Corner at Cannes,” Howard recalls. “I had the opportunity to talk to producers, directors and other film professionals that I was otherwise isolated from while acting on set, and they all encouraged that if I had an idea, that I run with it.”
“There are a lot of funny and sexy LGBT series on the web — and I consider COFFEE HOUSE CHRONICLES to be both — but I don’t think most affect viewers much on an emotional level. Ours does,” show runner Stewart Wade says.
Recently, we talked to creator Tristram Baumber, plus cast members Chapman, Kulupach, Stevens and Lindeman about their experiences shooting season 2 of the popular comedy series, the overall growth of their characters, and what viewers can expect to see this season from the wacky clean-up crew.
A comedy from Left Brain Digital about a desperate radio station trying to rescue its ratings when a host suddenly abandons them. Mr. Frost comes to the rescue with his unpredictable humor and conflicting personality.
An action-packed perspective on the unpredictable game of show business full of unexpected twists and turns. Viewers cheer on actor Robert Pierce Mitchell as he desperately tries to revive the show and the role that made him famous. Fasten your seat belts!
Launching today on YouTube, The Accidental President tells the unlikely tale of doctor Abigail Adams meteoric rise to power following the deaths of literally everyone in line ahead of her.