The Nominees for the 2nd Annual Valley Theatre Awards Are...

I’m hosting again!Damnit. I didn’t mean to blurt that out. But it’s true. I wore a kilt last time. Look.My opening line was, “Welcome to the First Annual…and Last Annual Valley Theatre Awards!”Apparently I was in error.But this year it’s gonna be a whole ‘nother brand of granola. And yet, amazingly, I have again been asked to host by producer and creative force Paul Storiale and since it was so much fun last time, I accepted humbly.The ceremony is going down&...

10 Goals I Hope to Achieve as Host of the 2nd Annual Valley Theatre Awards Happening this Monday, June 6th

Against all their better judgment (and mine) the organizers of the Valley Theatre Awards are bringing me back again to host the event on Monday, June 6th, 8pm at Acme Theatre, 5124-5126 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601. As was the case last year, I have some expectations, some short term, some long term. Here they are.10 Goals I Hope to Achieve as Host of the 2nd Annual Valley Theatre Awards on June 6th1) Finishing the show in under 30 minutes. Whether all the awards get handed out or not.2) Nud...

Meet FringeTV Producer James Warfield

How did I get involved in Fringe? I closed out my bar tab and walked home with my good friend Bryan Burgess, who solicited my help to paint trash cans and build anything that needed building at an empty museum space on Wilshire the next morning for an event. The event was Art Bash, a fundraiser for the upcoming Hollywood Fringe Festival. I carried a lot of ice that night. The following June I was asked once again by my good friend, Bryan, to carry ice for the inaugural Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2010. So...

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Cuba on the Fringe

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Two generations of women cope with motherhood and madness in the aftermath of Fidel Castro’s revolution.