- A Few Good Men
- Big in Germany
- Kimchi Fried Dumplings
- Instant Shop Presents: Conservatory Live!
- Lost and Left Behind
- Can't Get Started
- The Horrible Friends: World Tour!
- The Suckerpunch
- Illuminati: The Musical
- The Paperbag Princess & More
- The Horrible Friends: For the First Time, For the Last Time
- The Weirdest One In The World (Winnipeg)
- Unequal Harvest (Winnipeg & Victoria)
- When The Killer Mutant Lizards Attack (Winnipeg & Victoria)
- 2009 Fem Fest: One Night Stand
- Life in a Box
- Bloodless: The Trial of Burke and Hare
- Saint Joan (Winnipeg)
- Billy Bishop Goes To War
- Paper Jack
Cocktails at Pams
November 15th, 2013 at 6:00 pm CST - permalink
Cocktails at Pams is open now! Check out the side link for more information!
A Busy September
September 5th, 2013 at 8:26 am CDT - permalink
Time has passed, rapidly as always, and there's plenty worth talking about:
The Winnipeg Fringe was an enjoyable expirience, as always, with some very kind reviews coming in for the show and the overall run being a modest success. Next year will be my tenth year in a row doing the Winnipeg Fringe, and I'm currently contemplating what the next show might be.
Before I can get around to that however, there are several projects that need to be delt with first and I'm incredibly excited to get to work on them.
Most pressing is 21st Century Tricksters, a show at the Vancouver Fringe Festival that I directed. The show has been a true pleasure and my cast and crew have been phenomenal in occationally trying circumstances. Check out the link for more information.
Moving beyond that, I am also working as the media relations contact for the Vancouver International Improv Festival, which will take place from September 23-28. While I won't be performing in the festival, I am very excited see the amazing groups that we have lined up for the festival and plan on taking part in as much of it as possible.
After that, I will be moving forward as a member of the Instant Theatre Company: I did my first one-off show as a member of the company a few weeks ago and it was a ton of fun- The company is now getting ready to launch its very first season of shows and I will be performing in several of them, with the first show in October. Season tickets are still availible and along with being an excellent deal just on savings alone, they also offer some amazing bonuses if bought before September 8th: You can look into all of that over here.
Come November, I've been asked to participate in an Equity Co-Op Production of Cocktails at Pam's by Stewart Lemoine. This show will be with the Theatre 11 Collective and is a great oppertunity for me to work with many sterling members of the Vancouver acting community. More details will be put out as they become availible.
Finally, Brent and Morgan are Huge Nerds continues to chug along: We've just recorded our 36th episode of Volume 2, which means we're quickly coming upon almost a full year of shows. The show just keeps getting better and better and we're very excited about the new ideas we've got for the future.
Thanks for checking out all my projects folks! Hope to see you at the next one!
Late Great Updates
July 7th, 2013 at 8:54 pm CDT - permalink
Updates have been running behind on this site, but there are a few things in the works right now worth mentioning.
First of all, I am now (and have been for several months!) represented by David Whitmey at Moving Pictures Talent. Moving Pictures is an up an coming agency that just recently moved into a new space and aquired a new agent and I'm very happy to be a part of the team.
There are a few projects coming down the line right now, but the most pressing is Lovely Souls, my latest play, which I'll be performing at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival with the wonderful Jenny David. There's a link on the side with all the show info, bigger post forthcoming.
Finally, podcasts! I've recently been invovled in the nerd culture debate show West Coast Geeks vs Nerds which has been tons of fun. They've recently been releasing the live debates as podcasts, and you can hear my very first debate "Mr. Freeze vs Sub Zero: Who is the most cold blooded killer?" right here. If that whets your appetite for more nerd culture podcasting, then you really need to check out Brent and Morgan are Huge Nerds, the nerd podcast I do with my good friend R. Morgan Slade. We've just recently hit our 26th episode of our second volume and are well on our way to a great second half of the year. Give it a listen!
A Few Good Months
December 6th, 2012 at 6:54 pm CST - permalink
And so, after multiple sell out performances, standing ovations every night and tons of critical acclaim, A Few Good Men has come to a close. All in all, the expirience was incredibly positive, being able to work with two fantastic theatre companies as well as a superb, dare I say, dream cast. A huge thank you to everyone who came to see the show, and hopefully I'll be working in Edmonton and Winnipeg again soon.
A couple of quick notes: For those of you in Winnipeg, Theatre By The River has just announced a partnership with Echo Theatre to produce a production of Chekov's The Cherry Orchard, to be directed by Suzie Martin. While I won't have any direct involvement with the project, both companies do fantastic work and it's very exciting to see what will come of this great collaberation.
There probably won't be any new updates to the site over the next month or so: That said, I'm working on a bit of a face lift, so hopefully that will be done soon. Cheers!
A Few Good Men & Farewell to Fringe 2012
September 12th, 2012 at 8:20 pm CDT - permalink
First things first: We've begun the fourth week of rehearsals in Edmonton for the Citadel Production of A Few Good Men and it is a really exciting time: The show is looking fantastic, the actors are all great and it is now in this final week that we band together and make the show sing. This has taken up pretty much all of my time over the past month, hence the lack of updates, but I truely think it will all be worth it once our work is up on the stage. If you can catch it here in Edmonton or at our October 14-Nov 10 run in Winnipeg, you won't be disappointed!
Since I've been busy, I've neglected my traditional tour debrief post so I'll take the oppertunity now to once again thank all the amazing people who came to see my show in Winnipeg and Saskatoon, as well as the fantastic touring performers who gave me such excellent company (and entertainment!) in Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Edmonton. This was a short tour for me, but potentially a life-altering one and I will be ever greatful that it was so much fun. All the best to my friends finishing up their tours in Vancouer and Seattle!