Friday, September 2, 2011

Zippity Doo Dah

Here's a quick rundown of what I've been doing. To sum it all up -- acting and improv and some socializing, too.

I do have some news -- I booked a movie! It's a low-budget comedy, and I have a fun, snarky role. Yaaayyyy =)

Wednesday: Skype with Mom, practice a scene with an actor friend, The Actors Network, Room 101 (indie improv show)

Thursday: Workshop, improv show

Friday: Table read for my new movie (yay!!!), standup open mic, a free dramatic improv show at the studio where I used to take acting classes, audition prep

Saturday: Two auditions, improv class, then a I went to a friend's show in Hollywood and afterwards my car would not start. Dead battery, couldn't even jump it, had to call roadside assistance through my USAA insurance. That one sucked.

Sunday: Taped a friend's audition, Hollywood Shorts Filmmaker Happy Hour, went to another friend's standup show (and I got onstage when they needed a volunteer for one segment!), then a Michael Jackson tribute concert at the W


Monday: Errands and UCB shows

Tuesday: I helped a friend move -- I had to get up at 8 AM! I am a great friend! Then in the evening was the LA Actors Tweetup.

Wednesday: Practice with my indie improv team, The Reacharounds (yep) and Room 101.

Thursday: Lots of errands, including getting a new car battery and chopping a lot of salad. I'm so responsible!

And now, some pictures from the LA Actors Tweetup to prove that I cannot take serious pictures. I probably should have put on some makeup and done my hair but it was really hot and I was busy and I tend to think I look pretty damn good so I wasn't too worried.


Getting very close to boobie-grabbing action. I understand the temptation.




Maybe I should go practice making normal faces.

2 comments:

  1. So busy!

    Congrats on the movie---sounds like a great opportunity!

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  2. Hahahahaha. I remember when you went for 5 years or so with the exact same expression in every picture you took. Such a relief to see your expanding repertoire.

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