Saturday, January 23, 2010
Just saw that the Spokane County Library District has a few of our shows in circulation. THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE is one of them. For this, I wanted a "documentary" feel, and we did the entire show with no music underscore. It's an odd production from CRT, and by odd I just mean different. However,now in its 10th year of release, it continues to sell in downloads, and we are looking forward to its first CD release later this year. They also have our 2004 mini-musical production of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, and POWDER RIVER. However, for PR, you need to search the title, as our former publisher never saw it fit to actually mention our name anywhere in print. The little darlings. ;)
COLONIAL IN SPOKANE
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Tuesday, January 19, 2010
M.J. Elliott (Father Brown, Perry Mason) will be writing the script for CRT's upcoming production of Mark Twain's THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER. Hopefully production will begin in the spring for a fall release.
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Monday, January 18, 2010
SNOWY DAY IN TOWN
Well, tonight we are supposed to start recording a new series, SOLUTIONS, INC. and this is the view from my writing desk. A nice heavy, wet, icy snow. I'll see how the day pans out and how the roads look before deciding if we are on or off. We recorded KING SOLOMON'S MINES during the winter of 2008, and TICONDEROGA las winter, and never had to cancel for snow. In fact, the last time we canceled for snow was in 2005 for the three Custer episodes in POWDER RIVER! So, I guess I can't complain. We've been lucky as far as the weather.
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