Thursday, July 30, 2009

Mie N Yu...all three of us...

The long awaited Mie N Yu silk road event that I produced the Terra Cotta Warriors (remember them?) for arrived this past Tuesday. I was pleasantly surprised at the reception they received (as well as pleasantly surprised how well the Red Bull armor came out...expertly applied by Charles Lawrance)
They were being photographed by a really neato "photo booth" technology, provided by AMG (Alternative Marketing Group) which would take four pictures, and then automatically send the photo to my email...

KT and I help stand guard at Mie N Yu

And yet another week rolls by and yet another Diamond Dead show comes around...this week will be your last chance to catch them before they go to NYC for the FingeNYC. They will be playing Friday night in FredROCK (Frederick MD) you can get all of the details here.

With the close of the 2009 DC fringe, comes yet another accolade for Diamond Dead...this year we have received "Favorite Musical at DCFringe" by popular vote on DC Theater Scene (thank you devoted dead public...we couldn't have done it without you!)

This week also saw the first production meeting for Hope Operas (I will help transform the back room of Miss Pixies on 14th street into an 80 seat theater every do I get myself into these things?)...what is Hope Operas, you ask?

Some of DC's finest theatre artists are coming together this Fall to produce Hope Operas, six serialized shows that will be raising money for various causes. Each week each serial will present a 15-minute (or two back-to-back 7 1/2 minute) episode(s). The audience will be invited to vote for their favorite serial and based on audience response moneys will be distributed to the serial's beneficiaries.

The Hope Operas are:


by Chris Griffin

directed by Tom Mallan

benefiting The Mautner Project @ Whitman-Walker


by Jeff Goode

directed by Andrew Baughman

benefiting The Association of Retarded Citizens


by Kathleen Akerley

directed by Brian Smith

beneficiary pending


by Kerri Sheehan

directed by Catherine Tripp

benefiting the Blood Bank at Children's National Medical Center


by Jon Gann

directed by Suzie Richard

benefiting The Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation


by Deb Randall

directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner

beneficiary pending

1 comment:

Tom said...

Hey Jared, thanks for the promo--this blog is amazing; your talents are underused in our show (but of course they're paid accordingly...)

Here's the poster from 20 Million Breast Strokes, should you care to link to it:

20 million thanks for all you're doing!