Category Archives for Storytelling
I’m putting on a show titled The Fourth Wall, which is an improvised long form show with a bit of a twist.
Basically, a more conventional long form show takes place on stage in the theatre, while improvisers take turns to leave the theatre and improvise out in the street onto video, which is then returned to the theatre and played on a big screen. The audience sees a stage show and an improvised film, all at the same time.
I’m pretty sure this is the first time something like this has been done in Australia, so we’re pretty excited about it.
If you’re in Sydney on Monday 2nd October and wish to come along, just use the secret word “videoblog” at the door, and you’ll get in for half price, that’s $5. It’s for one night only however, and it will be sold out, so make sure you book your seat by following the above link. Use the email address (not the theatre hyperlink) to claim the half price deal.
I thought I’d take a break from filming cats, but the other night this kitten not only followed me home, but followed me into my house. It’s a long one, so hang in there. And as always, you gotta ask, ITAVB?
Jochen Rick’s updated paper on Scenice Archetypes.
When upgrading my site recently, I noticed that I no longer linked to the companies where I work, a fairly stupid oversight considering that I own them, and it is probably in my best interest to publicise them.
So on the side bar you’ll now see Aggmedia. We specialise in microcontent, software architecture/development and audio/video production. Underneath that, you’ll find Ludic Creative, providing improv tools and storytelling for business.