Saturday, October 28, 2006
Jay Kiecolt-Wahl went out on his first audition in the two years he has been studying at Mother of Invention, and landed one of two leading roles in the Actor's Ensemble of Berkeley's production of Sam Shepherd's True West. Right on, Jay! Looking forward to seeing the show!--
Posted by Andrew Wood Acting Studio at 6:01 PM
Friday, October 27, 2006
Former Mother of Inventioner Miklos Phillips' film The Enfolding, after enjoying screenings at festivals internationally, is going to air on an NBC digital station:
"I wanted to let everyone know that THE ENFOLDING has not only screened last night in New York City in the East Village on the big screen, but I received news today that it has been accepted into NBC Universal’s “Independent Producer Showcase” and will be airing on NBC’s Digital TV channel in the Tri-State Area very soon (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut).
More info here about it: http://www.wnbc.com/ips/index.html
The Independent Producer Showcase is a program block, dedicated to presenting the efforts of independent producers, and is broadcast on WNBC's Newest Digital Television channel 4.4 and carried on cable systems throughout the tristate area."
Congrats Miklos! --
Posted by Andrew Wood Acting Studio at 2:30 PM
Sunday, October 22, 2006
...is on fire in The Departed.--
Posted by Andrew Wood Acting Studio at 1:19 AM
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Dawn Scott is rehearsing for a production of After the Fall, Arthur Miller's memoir of Marilyn Monroe et al, with the Alternative Theatre Ensemble and Jessica Heidt, an artistic associate at the Magic theater. The dates are October 27th—November 12th. Full information at
And Heidi Hogan has this to report:
"I got another role in a movie here in SF called "Support." I'm "Faye" a woman who ironically enough is chasing the father of her child to get him to pay her support along with the mothers of his 12 other children born in the same 4 year period....Ha! A comedy!! I love it."
Everyone, please send your best thoughts and wishes to Heidi and Dawn on their respective projects. I will be, and I look forward to seeing both of them.
Posted by Andrew Wood Acting Studio at 2:59 PM