elcome to our links page. Wendy and I've offered you the best and most innovative projects/sites with which we've been privileged to be associated. Click on the images below the blurbs to head out into the web-tubes.
A man struggles to change his life in a mythic world which sees only what the change in your hand can buy. Love, honor, death, The Burden, and The Keys to The City. A rock musical based on John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, this is the most fully-realised show of the 23 Wendy and I have workshopped, and the show that will change musical theatre. Wanna bet me?
Art Songs of John Mitchell
Out of all the composers we've worked with, John is the very best at putting intricate, evocative and true music to the words of established poets. His songs have romance, grandeur, and style. Go see. Once there, click on "English" (unless you read Dutch or one of the other languages, then be my guest).
Lilith, The Rock Opera
Tom Kugler's audacious hard-rock concept album traces the path of Lilith, the first woman created and then spurned by God. With driving guitar licks and killer vocals by the titular character's Sierra Rein, the album features over 30 musicians and singers, including members of Fangs of Love, W. A. C. O., Pigmy Love Circus, Listing Ship, and Soho Vamp. And I be Satan.
Choreographer Josie Walsh added an entirely new world to Pilgrim with her meticulous interpretations of the Tinker's dreams and deepest fears. Click the image below to see the extravaganzas that she and Ingrid Hoffman create with their own high-flying troupe. Dance beyond your-and-my feeble imaginations.
Before Scrooge learned the true meaning of Christmas, another old miser was haunted by ghosts of his past, present, and future: Jonathan Price has added fun, meaningful, vigorous music to Jeff Goode's play, which had already earned accolades of "innovative, unique ... an unforgettable holiday journey". Old writing buds becoming pros and then re-teaming years later to make a good show even better is my definition of how the world should work, ladies and gents.
Choreographer, aerialist, actor, dancer, stunt woman. If you want an impossible stunt to look sublime, or your event to be the talk of the town, this is where you go. The link below will take you to Lexi's MySpace page -- click on her video under "television" and watch in amazement. Our world is way this pearl's oyster.
A romantic and dramatic score with a Scots flair, 17-century life-and-death in the Highlands, and just when you'd expect a dance scene, full-bore full-blown broadsword battles (Ian says we can do fire arrows!!). Beautiful music by Gianlucca Cucciara & Emanuele Friello. Ooops! I just talked to the producer and found out they're working on a deal with a Scottish company and so the site is down 'til they finalize stuff. Back up soon. Move along folks, nothin' to see here.
The Fourth Amendment states that "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated." But what if the people don't know? Hard choices in the too-near future with a sharp and driving rock score by Rob Blaney.
Escape From Orion
They tell Maddy her sister was kidnapped when they were both children, but why doesn't she remember it that way? And what are these images of another world that haunt her dreams, images that are slowly driving her mad? Award-winning director and magician Scott Servine produced and directed this film for his company, Dionysian Pictures. Check out their cool site and click on Screening Room to see a clip of me as the telepathic villain they're fleeing.
Take a look at what superheroes would be like if they existed in the real world: Some villains have a sense of fashion, some have deadly plans. Heroes die, or fall unredeemed, while others rise to fill their place. An indie feature film with a great, smart script by Robb Wolford and Blake Arnold.
From 1500 submissions, 40 actors were chosen to audition for a feature film. They were given bus tickets, put up in fine hotels, driven to the site in limos, and one by one, over a twelve hour period, called to their audition. What was The Ultimate Audition? Perhaps it's found in director Frank Quaglia's, tagline: Believe in yourself. Follow your dreams. Always.