Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Recording Episode 3

From L: Oscar Contreras, Renee Kelly, Brad McEntire, John Flores, Bryan Pitts

Busy weekend here at the Lab. We got a great group of actors together to record Episode 3 of the EYE IN THE SKY PROJECT.

Ace audio guy John Flores even did double duty, both recording and acting in a few pieces.

Episode 3 will include pieces by Jason Tremblay (Austin), Crystal Skillman (New York) and Benjamin Walker Sampson (Brooklyn). Should be up in a few weeks.

For more info on what the EYE IN THE SKY PROJECT is, visit the ATL website here.

Super special thanks to the Undermain Theatre for providing us a place to record.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Stage Directions Interview with ATL A.D. Brad McEntire

... and Ruth Engel makes a cameo appearance, too. Chris Taylor and Dan Purcul of the STAGE DIRECTIONS blog interviewed McEntire recently on the patio of the Amsterdam Bar in Dallas' Exposition Park for a video/podcast about the new directions Audacity is heading and the EYE IN THE SKY PROJECT. Interview should be up soon. Check back for more details.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

CHOP going to New Orleans!

We just got news that Brad McEntire's solo piece CHOP has been accepted for the 2010 New Orleans Fringe Festival. We are thrilled to be one of the 30 shows chosen out of over 120 that applied. We are super-pysched to return to New Orleans! We had a ball there in 2008 at the first ever New Orleans Fringe Fest, with THE LAST CASTRATO.

More details as they come in. For now, we know where we'll be November 17-21, 2010.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

We're on break

In case you haven't noticed, we at ATL are on a summer break. In fact, we have gone back to the "lab" and are putting some pretty hard questions to pretty much every assumption we have about how we do theatre. As you can imagine this takes some brain-time.

A.D. Brad has some thoughts on a few things over on his blog, such as:

Does Theatre Have to Be of Service?

Do Tickets Always Have to be Cheap?

We'll be back later in the year, better than ever. In the meantime, the website has all the fun you'll need to tide you over.