Here is the latest Webisode from the team who brought you the web sitcom pilot, “The Share.” In “Nathan’s Big Interview,” the not-so-recently laid off Lehman Brothers employee prepares for his next shot at a big job, or at least some time off…
ORPHANS OF THE NIGHTINGALE OF THE DESERT:
A BOLLYWOOD SPECTACULAR
A benefit performance for the Ma-Yi Writers Lab.
A hilarious look at some of the compelling reasons why Asians are not always the best choice to play Asians.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
December 16 @ 8:00pm
Signature Theatre – The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre
480 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
HOW MUCH: Tickets $5
That’s all you need to accomplish the following:
1) Support Starving Writers
2) Silence your inner Scrooge
3) Achieve World Peace
Where some have channeled their energies into panels, or letters, or blogs, the Lab is responding the best way they know how: an evening of minimally-rehearsed on-book satirical shorts. And we’re doing it on the set of Golden Child, written by none other than the Godfather of Asian-American Theater David Henry Hwang.
With special thanks to David Henry Hwang and the Pershing Square Signature Center… featuring plays and opinions in no way associated with David Henry Hwang or the Pershing Square Signature Center.
“The Share” is finally here! Click on the video above to watch the pilot!
“The Share” is a half-hour sitcom set in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that follows a bunch of twenty and thirty-somethings as they pursue their dreams and search for wealthy soul mates all while sharing a bathroom with five roommates.
Now “The Share” could be a finalist in the Next TV contest and we need your vote!
Here is how to vote:
1. Go to http://www.MyNexTv.com/web
2. Click on the tab on the top right of the page that says, “View Competition and Vote”
3. Scroll down to Emily Chadick Weiss (alphabetical by first name)
4. Then click on VOTE
5. Post this link on your FB or Twitter page to help us spread the word!
The Share Pilot
Written by Emily Chadick Weiss
Directed by Christina Roussos
Starring Steven Boyer, Lucy DeVito, William Jackson Harper, Maureen Sebastian, Katie Kreisler, Robert Askins, Megan Tusing, Julie Fitzpatrick and Scott Sowers
RailRoad Playhouse Presents the World Premiere Production of
AMERICA’S BRIGHTEST STAR
Written by RRP Playwright in Residence Alex Goldberg
Directed by RRP Artistic Director Seth Soloway
Can a reality show save a dying town? The small town of South Farmingham is turned upside down when Sherry, a middle-aged, introverted librarian, uploads a video of herself singing onto the website of the hit TV reality show “America’s Brightest Star.” Her video unexpectedly receives millions of views, which prompts an invitation to perform on the show. Awkwardly shy, she resists, but is prodded along by her celebrity-craving assistant Amber, the ambitious mayor Dolores Danton, and Cecil Ravinsdale, the cock-sure host of “America’s Brightest Star.”
Addressing issues of humanity’s differing relationships with fame, fortune and social media, this dark comedy tackles fleeting fame, dying towns, and raw talent.
October 19- November 3
Saturdays @ 2PM & 8PM
27 South Water Street
Newburgh, New York 12550