Saturday, March 13, 2010

Next up....

is A Stone on the Water written by Chris Keating.  Keating is the man behind the sooper-delishous blog  that we have repeatedly pillaged from for material.  If you recall The Mill 6 Jamboree from a few years back - all those bumper bits where actors recited poems or "Little known facts" and such - those were all written by Chris.  And now we have a short play from him.  In three parts.  We will be presenting this very funny piece about dating as part of UnReliable Narrator's fundraiser UnVaudeville.  The event is helping UnReliable Narrator raise some funds to do a full show this summer.  We're glad to help and fully intend to borrow $10.00 from UnReliable Narrator the next time we're out because we know they'll soon have some cash.  Here are some details about the event:

This spectacular evening will be hosted by K’Tharr (played by Neal Leaheey), an interstellar warrior-bunny last seen in last year’s production "Paranormal." It is a fundraiser for the next Unreliable Narrator production, a sci-fi musical comedy in August.


--Frank Cyrano of the Byfar Hour
--Honey Suckle Duvet
--The Artist Known as Cher
--Donny Soares
--The Unreliable Narrator Podcast Group

Absolute MUSIC:

--Audrey Ryan
--Andy Hicks' the Pluto Tapes
--Uncle Shoe and the Psynging Psychologist
--Horatia and Her Hornblower

Full-blown THEATER:

--Happy Medium Theater Group
--Mill 6 Collaborative

Unmitigated BURLESQUE:

-Penny Candy
--Bitches of Destiny

...and much, much more.

Admission price: $10.00.
Johnny D's in Davis Square Somerville.

Above are Mill 6 favorties Jonathan Michael Anderson and Greer Rooney in A Stone on the Water

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

A Pat on the back...

to Pat Gabridge.  Pat (on the right in the photo) has been selected along with Ryan Landry and Martha Jane Kaufman as the 2010 Huntington Theatre Company Playwriting Fellows.  The two year residency will allow Pat and the others the opportunity to write and develop new scripts using some of the resources of the Huntington Theater. 

Pat's play Constant State of Panic also just finnished successful run down in Washignton D.C.  So, congratulations on both achievements.