We are halfway through shooting Desert Palm Productions of The Night Girl, a short film based on the feature length Night Girl by Greg Anderson. The story is about a young woman, Thena, coming into herself as an artist after denying/avoiding her true calling because of a troubled relationship with her father. I star as Thena; Paul Gunn, as Mitchell; directed by Greg Anderson; produced by Don Laikowski; and shot by DP Dan Hertzog. The premiere is scheduled for October in Las Vegas!
Now available for purchase or download is Jamie Chura’s The Room So Still Sessions: http://www.churamusic.com/home.html. I co-wrote tracks 3, 5, 6, and 7 and couldn’t be more proud or grateful with my positive, open-hearted collaboration with him.
Check out this weird and whacky short I acted in with Chris Mast,
https://vimeo.com/46302708. Congrats Patrick Muhlberger!
Taking up residency at the Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles, California, NYC’s Barefoot Theatre Company presents the Inaugural West Coast presentation of the bareNaked Reading Series (no sets, no props, just words).
The evenings will feature new plays from emerging and established playwrights followed by a Q&A, Live Music and Free Drinks.
My one-act His Name Should Be Michael will be a part of the Thursday, February 24 evening at 8 p.m. Don’t miss it!
Join Courtney, Josh, and Neal for a double release party from 4 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 17 at Cinema Bar, 3967 Sepulveda Boulevard, in Culver City! Courtney’s first book, Five Leaves Left, inspired by Nick Drake’s album of the same title and Josh and Neal’s band For the Kings will release their long awaited first album. Both will be available for purchase. Books will be available for purchase online, as part of the A Place to Be and Additions of You Project. Stay tuned!
There’s a grill out back and we’ll be bringing food. If anyone wants something specific, please bring it and we will burn it!
4:30 p.m.: Courtney’s portion begins and will feature friends covering the songs of Nick Drake as well as a reading from her book.
6 p.m. Jamie Drake plays
7 p.m: For the Kings (Josh & Neal) play
(And if all this isn’t exciting enough, there is a rumor that Faith Carr will be in town.)
Come celebrate with us!
Courtney, Josh, and Neal