Thursday, June 15, 2006
In Handwritten Theatre Eleven, the author once again steps to the microphone, just to give the other actors something to shoot for.
Handwritten Theatre Eleven: "On the afternoon of July 12, 1960, as he was waiting for the light at Broadway and Forty-fourth Street, a woman brushed past Riley."
Running Time: 4:33
Thursday, June 01, 2006
Handwritten Theatre reaches the rarefied level of double-digits!
Sit still. Be quiet. The restraints are for your protection.
Handwritten Theatre Ten: "I can see you're concerned about torture."
Performed by Moira Quirk
Running Time: 10:51
Explicit Content (Contains a single, non-gratuitous utterance of a popular vulgarity.)
Victoria Haas, who tells the tale of a young woman's first encounter with a sour apple martini in Handwritten Theatre Four, recently finished work on Approaching Union Square, an independent film that has been selected for screening at The 2006 Waterfront Film Festival in Saugatuck, Michigan, June 8 - 11.
Let me assure you from personal experience that as impressive an actress as Victoria is when she's just a voice on your iPod, she's even more remarkable when you can see her.
Approaching Union Square will also be shown at The Long Island Film Expo at The Bellmore Movie Theatre in Bellmore, NY Monday, July 17th, the New Filmmakers LA series at The Frank Lloyd Wright Hollyhock House Theatre at Barnsdall Art Park in Beverly Hills, CA the first week of August, and the Anthology Film Archives on 2nd Avenue and 2nd Street in New York City, Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Thanks and a big "Welcome to the team" to The Pear Tree Pen Company for "stepping up to the plate" by covering the cost of new uniforms for the Handwritten Theatre Little League Team, "The Scriveners." It's just the boost the kids needed.