So we have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we’ll be releasing Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken’s gag reel as an exclusive for our Patreon supporters. This is a half-hour of chatter, flubbed lines, Continue reading Gag Reel and Hiatus News
It’s that time again. Time for our more-or-less annual review of the new studies coming out on diversity in Hollywood. Second verse, same as the first. GLAAD’s annual Studio Responsibility Index was released recently, and the bottom line is there Continue reading Diversity in Hollywood: New Reports Roundup
Synesthesia Theatre is continuing to get a bunch of positive attention. Over the last weekend, we’ve had a few more interviews release: The March episode of The Toxic Bag Podcast, where we rejoin Steve Baldwin and Joe Griffin to discuss Continue reading Synesthesia Theatre in the News, Part II
Well, yesterday turned out to be rather an exciting day… Illinois had its primary elections, so Michael and I went off to do that first thing. Then when we got back, we learned that three different media outlets published stories Continue reading Synesthesia Theatre in the News
We’re in overtime for our casting of the upcoming audio drama Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken, a week beyond our original close-date, and we’re still lacking an actor in the lead titular role of Iron Horse.
We received a number of great auditions, and have cast many of the roles in our upcoming audio drama Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken. But we are still in need of a few more performers to fill out our cast. Continue reading Casting call EXTENDED: Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken
Oh, Hollywood. Yet another study, this one from the Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative at the University of Southern California, demonstrates just how bad the lack of diversity in Big Studio Hollywood movies is. The new data basically confirms previous Continue reading Inequality in Hollywood: Yet Another Study
By now, most of you have probably heard the buzz around the release of Mad Max: Fury Road. In truth, I’m not sure I have that much to add to what’s already out there, other than: this is the very Continue reading Mad Max: Fury Road — what we’ve been waiting for