Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Friday, December 19, 2008

What's New?

I'm so bad about updating this thing.

I've had a hard time falling asleep lately. The past few nights have been spent half- heartedly writing screenplays or epic action stories, watching The Facts of Life on Hulu and eating cereal until the wee hours of the morning. I don't know what it is. I've just felt really restless and anxious. Maybe NYFA is making me a little nervous.

I stage managed a show in Brooklyn last night. By the time the show was over and I got back into the city, it was already past 2AM, so I decided to crash at my mom's place and sleep in my old room. I'm glad my mom isn't moving to FL anymore. I can still come over whenever I want, and she said when she's away I can invite friends over. My mom is awesome!

In the improv world, one of my teacher/coach/mentor/friends Joe Wengert is moving to LA. I'm sad that he's leaving, but I signed up for his 600 class in January (my third 600. Yikes!). It sounds like a great class. So far, I know that both my roommates are in it, as well as my friends Bridget, Katey, Matt Little (hopefully) and Benjamin Apple. I can't wait!

I got an XBOX 360 for Hannukah! Oh happy day!

Friday, December 5, 2008

My Freinds Are Funny

My friends Dustin, Alex and Ken are in a group called Dr. Coolsex. They have some really funny videos on youtube. Check more of their stuff on www.Drcoolsex.com

My friends Adam and Matt made this hilarious video for Matt's talk show.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

In A World... Where We Were Awesome!

The last In A World... show was tuesday night and it was awesome! Such a fun class! I can't say enough good things about everyone in it. I learned so much from performing wth such a great cast of people, and I am extremely proud of both teams (especially mine)!

Here are some of my favorite moments from both groups:

Stephen: We've got to do something about this war between the Bloods and the Blues.

Stephen: We can mix Christmas with religion!

Dan being killed for watching Threes Company.

Joey as a crazy thug.

Katey: (as Anton Chekhov) Always pack a suit, even if you think you wont need it.

Hallie: Gah! I had another neighborhood watch flashback!

Johnny: Attention Yale students! There are lions loose!
Curtis: Well, one of these books should have the answers we need.

Also, I got to establish myself as Isaac Asimoff and James McAvoy.

Gosh, I miss this class already.