I had a broad swath year as far as creating new art. I didn't do any really big projects (unless you maybe count DRIBBLE FUNK 380 for sheer ballsiness or DINOSAUR AND ROBOT STOP A TRAIN for imaginative awesomeness), but looking back, I covered a lot of ground. Here's a look back...
|In January I did a PrintBomb Project, hiding my print "Anything Is Possible"|
in a bunch of places at the flagship Half Price Books
|In February I directed student actors in a student-written one-act at Tarrant County College|
|Read my short piece BURDEN OF A LIGHT BLUE SHIRT at Austin's No Shame in March.|
|In March I also attended the Staple! Expo and sold a few of my books and postcards.|
|In April, FUN GRIP played the Improvised Play Festival at Austin's Hideout Theatre.|
|Participated in Rover Dramawerk's One Day Only! XX, a 24 Hour Play event.|
An event I founded in 2000. My play was SHARK BITES AND SIDE EFFECTS.
|In April, I also saw my commissioned play CARTER STUBBS TAKES FLIGHT put on in a wonderful|
production by Denton's Sundown Collaborative Theatre.
|In May, I taught a solo improv workshop as part of the 2013 Big Sexy Weekend of Improv|
for the Alternative Comedy Theatre.
|In June I premiered my play DINOSAUR AND ROBOT STOP A TRAIN at the 2013 Festival of Independent Theatres. Next to CHOP, this play is what I'm most proud of from all of my theatre work to date.|