Donna McKenna Free Casting Director Workshop

First things first. No acting advice today but plenty of news. For those of you who read this and live in New York we are sponsoring a FREE Casting Director Workshop featuring Donna McKenna.

The invitations will go out Wednesday the 22nd of May at 12 noon. The first thirty people who sign up get the spots in the workshop which will be held from 6:30 – 9:30 PM on Wednesday the 29th of May. Make sure you aren’t left out. Last time the spots went fast so sign up right away.

If for some reason you are not on our constant contact list let us know so we can make sure you get the invitations for these workshops.

Closing night at the Beckett

Closing night at the Beckett

Second and sad but also good.  Scrambled Eggs had a great run at the Beckett. The show ran at 94% capacity, most of the critics loved it and we were turning people away the entire  last week. We knew when we went into this phase of production this it would be a limited run. Now we are preparing to move the show. Thank you one and all who attended. If you haven’t filled out our survey please let me know.

I will be blogging again in a few weeks. Thank all of you who follow me for your patience.

Mary Catherine Wright, Michael Dean Morgan, Amy Van Nostrand, Jim Frangione, Anne O'Sullivan, Candace Drecker

Mary Catherine Wright, Michael Dean Morgan, Amy Van Nostrand, Jim Frangione, Anne O’Sullivan, Candace Drecker

Producing Scrambled Eggs was terrific and I learned so much. I was happy to have the opportunity and look forward to taking it into its next iteration.

A lot of people worked very hard to make the show so successful. I want to do a shout out to one of the unsung heros of the play – Ray Schaub, our social media manager. His contribution to the success of our run is incalculable. Thank you, sir.

Okay, hope to see many of you at Donna McKenna’s workshop next week. And I already have a new post ready to put up. Be on the lookout for that as well.

Cheers,

John

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