Take a Bite Productions invites Edmonton and area actors to audition for the world premiere production of Alex and Michael and Hannah at the Edmonton Fringe Festival, August 13-23, 2020. April 6, from 3-6 pm, and call backs April 9, 4-6 pm. Studio C (room 194) at the Orange Hub, 10045 156 St NW, Edmonton.Continue reading “AUDITIONS for Alex and Michael and Hannah”
There are only 10 DAYS left to get your tickets to our first fundraiser, a Paint Nite at The Billiard Club on Whyte Avenue. Click here to get yours and secure your FREE ticket to Alex and Michael and Hannah at the Edmonton Fringe! Have a look below to see how much fun it’ll be.
Things are kicking off! Our fundraiser on Facebook is already ONE THIRD of the way to our goal! If you’d like to be a mini-producer and help put Alex and Michael and Hannah onstage, click here. If you’d like to meet Emily and Heather and make some art, come to Paint Nite on March 26,Continue reading “With apologies to ABBA…$$$”
Mat Igarashi is an avid gamer who lives in Hawaii and devises new EDM in his spare time. All of the music heard in Alex and Michael and Hannah will be original, produced entirely by Mat. He will be setting the scene for the nightclub Republic in Calgary, where Alex works, meets Hannah, and dances withContinue reading “meet Mat Igarashi – music producer”
We’ve heard from some supporters that they’d rather contribute directly to the show instead of paint, so here we are: until May 16, 2020, via our fundraiser on Facebook, you can make a monetary donation directly to the world premiere of Alex and Michael and Hannah. Click here.
We’ll be updating news about Alex and Michael and Hannah starting Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Subscribe to meet the cast and crew, hear how the production is coming together, and when we’ll be hosting events in the ramp up towards the premiere.
I realised something this morning, on a sunny day in the south of France. It’s a bit of a whinge. But it’s also a bit scary for me, and makes me sad. I just sent off an application for a playwriting venture. One should keep track of how many competitions, initiatives, etc, one enters…but I’ve givenContinue reading “Today, I’m out of love with #playwriting. It’s like a bad day in a long term #relationship.”
I can barely believe it, but yes: at week 6, It Started With an Allergy is ONE QUARTER of the way to the fundraising goal we’ve set ourselves. If YOU would like to reserve your ticket to Opening Night now, click here.
Okay, it’s also about sex and drinking (when I could still do that) in Scotland, and cats, as well as uteruses (uteri…?) It was confirmed today that my redux of It Started With an Allergy will be on at the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library for Fringe this summer. YAY!
I can’t do it in 24 hours, because I work until 5 pm. Yes, the 2nd Annual Writeathon begins at noon tomorrow! Last year’s was…bonkers. Fellow writers made velcro out of their beards and resorted to lacing of warm drinks (and then just tossing the mix altogether and drinking straight out of the mickey). Oh,Continue reading “I’m writing a play in 18 hours or less!”