Theater People

Earlier this year I spent some time on set for Theater People, the comedy web series about the "drama behind the drama," and I'm thrilled to say that the whole thing is delightful as hell.  MetaSynthesis Films is a fantastic production company to work with - from the artistic excellence (these scripts are so, SO well-written) to the production elements (shoots are kept on schedule and actors released on time) to the engagement (the director knows how to evoke film performances from actors most known for their stage prowess).  The result is ultra-low-budget short filmmaking at its finest.

So I encourage you to take a few minutes out of each day to watch the whole series - 10 episodes in all, with audiences already asking for a second season.  Each episode comes in under 15 minutes, and yes, you DO have to watch them in order - think Joss Whedon's Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long Blog - you wouldn't want to watch THAT out of order, now would you? In case you haven't seen it, the answer is, you wouldn't.

I play auditioner Patti Page in Episode 3: Blindfolds and Cigarettes, as well as the voice of Aleister Crowley's Estate Secretary in Episode 4: The Unkindest Cut.  

Here - I'll kick you off with Episode 1: Day Jobs: