This completely new take on the power of collaboration mixes narrative comedy with YouTube stars to market a new series of exercise videos.
Limited time? Limited Resources? Here are some tips on how working with your local theatre community can help.
Changing things up a bit this week as I take a look at three standout crowd funding campaigns for upcoming shows.
It’s the little things. Considering following these rarely offered tips for a successful journey through post production on your next film.
It can sometimes be extremely tempting to take someone on board a passion project like a web series because they hold certain advantages: maybe they’re extremely skilled, or maybe they can save the production significant money. Don’t do it!
The five leads in LARPs: The Series are all classically trained theatre actors. The key point, here, is that they’re theatre actors, and that means that there are some unique challenges when performing for a web series.
My girlfriend just broke up with me at Subway, my car probably got towed and everyone is counting on me to not screw up. This snazzy, round, glass thing, destined to be known as “The Eleventh Eye,” is proof I came through in the clutch.
My hatred of job interviews should have convinced me to never be an actor. I’m not terribly smart.
Spending years developing a series about Live Action Role Playing, co creator Julian Stamboulieh couldn’t get the project off the ground until he made some industry contacts, and most importantly convinced long time LARPer Jon Verrall to pen the series.