Sunday, March 21, 2010

Aliceland Film

Tightening up the musical stage version of Aliceland has got me excited for the 15 minute short version of Aliceland I wanna produce as well. 

I almost tricked my designer sister into doing my sets but my producer sister talked her out of it. I got a pretty solid cast as of now, just got to get everyone together.

Another project I got to recording is my She Ra Tribute Project as well.

Also, I have a new article on my movie blog. I'm pretty proud of this one.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Aliceland Update

After some workshops and read-thrus I've decided to rewrite the second act and to tighten up the first act.

My songwriting style doesn't appear to compliment my script writing style so I have given the task of writing the songs to my good friend who has had tons of theater experience and writes in an old broadway style that I want the musical to have. He's also thinking of producing the songs for Pop Girl which has officially started filming ;-)

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Gwen and the Telegrams, and SAMANTHA NEWARK

I just contacted the original voice of Jem (thanks Jer) about my parody project. I am so excited. 

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Aliceland Book Done

Now is the fun part. Writing the songs for the musical. Good thing I have Songsmith

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Aliceland Due by 8pm Tomorrow

I have given myself a deadline for Aliceland. After tomorrow 8pm, I'm going to turn in my script and let the rest speak for itself. Usually deadlines make or break me. 

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Aliceland: What do Alice and Tracey Turnblad have in common

I can't believe how fast this script is writing, and so far I've written like 3 versions of this stage musical in a 1 month time frame. I'm finishing up the final version, which I believe is close to exactly what I envision for this version of Alice in Wonderland.

I've re-discovered my love for John Waters' movies and I think that's part of what's keeping this script going. His movies are so out there and filthy, but towards the tail end of his filmography there's also a lot of heart in there. 

I've also been watching Devi Wears Prada, Fritz Lang's Metropolis and Forbidden Zone. This is going to be very unique theatrical experience. I hope my director friends likes it. 

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