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Continuity Film: Neurosis

 

 

What is the best way for an aspiring actor to land a villain role?

What is the best way for an aspiring actor to land a villain role? Answer by Enna Morgan: Dec 2015 – working on my ‘villain’ character! As with everything in life, there is no sine qua non with regards to Read More …

 

Simple Creatures – My directorial debut

A short film about greed, infidelity, and murder. Written, filmed, edited and screened within one week….phew! I welcome all feedback from viewers. Thanks for watching!  

 

Take 2….or maybe 3: Indyprov Showcase

Improv is cerainly not for the faint at heart, as the atrition rate of most improv class will attest. After 6 weeks of classes, fun, and exploration, three levels of students at Indyprov studios strutted their stuff on stage to Read More …

 

Surviving the audition!

True, the audition can be a daunting experience for many, and has been described as being akin to angina – cheat pain, shortness of breath, nausea, dizziness, etcetera – and the worst part is that there really is no universal Read More …

 

Ithaca and Itasca, 7 distinct differences

They sound similar, they are spelt confusingly similar, and they both have you scratching your head and knitting your brows going ”What is that, a new virus?” These are two different cities, located, in the USA, with very distinct characteristics. Read More …

 

Murder mystery heightens in Indy

The detectives collect photographic and forensic evidence of the crime – Embassy Hotel Okay, you can put your monocle down, no one has actually been killed – well, not that I know! But the popularity of the Interactive Dinner Detective Read More …

 

The tail of two cities: whose ass is on the (border) line?

Lawrenceburg is an erstwhile port city, seated on the bank of the Ohio River, at the caudal end of Indiana. If you were to look at a map of Indiana, where the straight line dips as if it were a Read More …

 

When pain becomes pleasurable

Studies suggest that the brain chemical dopamine, the chemical interface between events and our emotional response, cannot distinguish well between a negative or positive stimulus. In other words, it is non-discriminatory when it comes to the pain / pleasure dichotomy. Read More …