Monday, September 26, 2011

One more week...

Hey Kittens! Kate here. Just wanted to give you a heads up that due to some super cool stuff going on behind the scenes here at The Playhouse Clubhouse, the release of Episode 2 is going to be delayed a week. While I'm sure all of you have synced your Timex watches and are breathlessly waiting to find out what happens next, think of this as allowing the tension to deliciously build. Come back next Tuesday, October 4th!

I can tell you're upset.


How about a special "Behind the Scenes" moment to help soothe your wounds? Would that make it better? I thought so, too!

Did you wonder what Peggy was saying during her Glass Menagerie monologue? As you drama nerds probably know... there is no monologue in The Glass Menagerie... Richard and I knew it would be MOS (that means "without sound"), so our script just read "And Peggy does a monologue from The Glass Menagerie". We told our actress to wing it. Erin Holt, being the pro that she is, though, sat there on her iPhone the day of the shoot and constructed this beauty. Sam French, eat your heart out.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

One Week Until Episode Two

Episode Two debuts one week from today and Episode One has been online for one week. We're thrilled at the response to the first episode. And I want to take this time to say thank you to all of you for supporting us.
What do you think of the show? Leave us your comments and let us know. We really want to hear from you. If you haven't watched it yet, click on the link to the left or on the previous post below. And remember Episode Two debuts one week from today, Tuesday September 27, 2011.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Introducing Eli Chance

Eli Chance (Quentin Armitage) is an Anaheim native and studied at Point Loma Nazarene University. He is a member of the Acme Sketch Company at the Acme Comedy Theater. He is a founding member of Vaudevillians Comedy sketch group. He can be seen in Appleseed, PTA Meeting, That Was Easy, and is a series regular on Real World - Elevator.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Introducing Kate Danley

Kate Danley (Doris Del Monaco) is a Maryland Distinguished Scholar in the Arts and twenty year veteran of stage and screen with a B.S. in theatre from Towson University. She's acted bi-coastally, everywhere from the basements of abandoned churches to the British Embassy and Kennedy Center. She played Dr. Livingstone in Agnes of God, which won three ACT Awards, including Best Play. Los Angeles audiences may recognize her as the White Trash Fairy Godmother in the Ovation winning Blake… da Musical! Her debut novel, The Woodcutter, was honored with the Garcia Award for the Best Fiction Book of the Year. Her screenplay Fairy Blood won 1st Place in the Breckenridge Festival of Film Screenwriting Competition and her screenplay American Privateer was a 2nd Round Choice in the Carl Sautter Memorial Screenwriting Competition. Her short films Dog Days, Sock Zombie, SuperPout, and Sports Scents can be seen in festivals and on the internet. She is a founding member of Angry Marshmallow Productions. She performed sketch and improv at the Acme Comedy Theater, iO West, and Second City. She trained in on-camera puppetry with Mr. Snuffleupagus and recently played the head of a 20-foot dinosaur on an NBC pilot. She has appeared on Homicide, America's Most Wanted, Head2Toe, and The Great Books. She lost on Hollywood Squares.
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Monday, September 5, 2011

Introducing Diana Costa

Diana Costa (Constance Ford) is thrilled to be part of The Playhouse. She is a sketch writer and performer on ACME Saturday Night, a live and on-line weekly sketch show. TV Credtis include: Pushing Daisies, The Young and The Restless, Pretend Time with Nick Swarsdon and Jimmy Kimmel Live! She will soon be seen in the horror movie, Visible Scars and is currently working on Walking Distance, a new film by Abel Gonzalez.