|DINOSAUR AND ROBOT STOP A TRAIN in performance|
It has been about a week since my original show DINOSAUR AND ROBOT STOP A TRAIN closed at the 15th Annual Festival of Independent Theatres. It turned out to be a pretty successful affair. Overall good reviews, good audience feedback, and, on the whole, I was relatively pleased with it as well (it should be noted that I am very very seldom happy with anything I'm involved in. I am my own harshest critic).
I have created a Flickr set of photos covering a lot of the process of the play through rehearsals and costume construction. That can be viewed HERE.
There have been some nice write ups and reviews, all of which have been collected on the ATL blog, Notes from the Lab. Check them out HERE.
There is also a page on this website, especially if you are interested in producing the piece at your own theatre somewhere outside of Dallas. Just contact me. Meanwhile go HERE.
Lastly, my personal thoughts and feelings on creating a completely original piece of theatre from scratch and what it was like to write, market, produce, direct, design and perform in it. Those thoughts can be found HERE.
As for the future, I plan to submit the piece to at least a few festivals and maybe mount it again here in Dallas next year for a proper run before I completely hand it off to the world.