Movable Type 2.63
June 28, 2003
So, I'm 26 today!
I have a Truth (the no smoking campaign) commercial audition Monday afternoon.
Even more exciting is my first audition for something other than a commercial. Monday morning I'll be meeting with the head of casting at Comedy Central for various potential projects including The Man Show.
The site I produced for the Nine cast recording is online.
The framing of my parents second floor is well under way with some progress already on the roof. We estimate about one more year until the completion but it already looks nothing less than extremely impressive.
June 17, 2003
Audition and Theatrical
Had a Guinness Beer commercial audition this afternoon.
Also, I'll soon be going out on theatrical auditions (television and feature film) in addition to commercial.
June 09, 2003
I had a commercial audition this afternoon for Value City.
June 04, 2003
Tony Winner Predix
What follows are my winner predictions and final standings for this year's Tony Awards, given this Sunday evening. I'm also an officialGoldDerby.com Tony Predictor this season...
In order of most to least likely to win the award with my current pick for winner at #1.
Amour and Toad are nearly tied for "Not Gonna Win" as Hairspray is nearly three times as likely to take home the award.
Nine is twice as likely to win over its only major competition in Gypsy.
1. Take Me Out
1. Long Day's Journey Into Night
This should easily go to LOng Day's with Egg pretty far behind.
1. The Play What I Wrote
Had Play been deemed a Play it wouldn't have won a thing. Now that it's The Special Event What I Wrote, it should take home this one. Had Play been deemed a Play, Russell Simmon's would have the lock. Now he settles for a still very possible spoil.
1. Harvey Fierstein (Hairpray)
Harvey's come out swinging in the last few weeks and his momentum should bring him the award. Antonio still has a major shot as Gets drops out and Selya gains slightly.
1. Marissa Jaret Winokur (Hairspray)
FEATURED ACTOR, MUSICAL
1. Dick Latessa (Hairspray)
FEATURED ACTRESS, MUSICAL
1. Jane Krakowski (Nine)
One of the most interesting races. Jane should walk home with it. Blanchard still could be the darkhorse though she's a solid fourth in the standings as I see them.
1. Eddie Izzard (Joe Egg)
Izzard has a strong lead on Bennehy. It won't go to Tucci.
1. Vanessa Redgrave (Long Day's Journey)
Shaw gains ground though Redgrave will win.
FEATURED ACTOR, PLAY
1. Denis O'Hare (Take Me Out)
Potentially interesting though likely to stay consistent and go with O'Hare.
FEATURED ACTRESS, PLAY
1. Linda Emond (Life x )
Meisle, Byrd, Hamilton, Tucci, Roberts and Tuttle might not even bother to show.
1. Jack O'Brien (Hairspray)
1. Robert Falls (Long Day's Journey)
Two man race. Falls will win.
1. Twyla Tharp (Movin' Out)
Are you getting sleepy, too?
1. La Boheme
Wake me when it's over, please...
1. La Boheme
2004 BEST MUSICAL GOES TO AVENUE Q
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