Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Well do we have a "Three Men and A Baby" moment here. If you look you will see the scariest thing in the world in this picture. A SPYING LEBBIE.

Friday, September 09, 2005

WHY oh WHY

Why do people not understand that life is so delicate. Here is a little tip from me, Take A Moment To realize How Lucky You Are And Stop Complaining About "Poor Ol' Me." It seems to me that too many of people I know and people I don't know are all bitching about one thing or another. Someone asked me not to long ago why I don't go out with people as much as I use to. Well to be perfectly honest I am so tired of doing nothing but hearing people complain that to me it isn't even fun to make fun of those people anymore. It is not a competition to see who has the shittiest life all the time. Everyone has their bad days, but look at the friendships we have developed over how many years and why push them away just because you decided to be petty. So please, PLEASE, give it a rest. The laughter has left my face and if you know me that takes a lot. F*@K

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Just wondering: After finishing Picasso at Lapine Agile (yes i put the e there on purpose). I was thinking about my dream part. Of course Annie's little test she had on her site had a little to do with this also. I think my dream part would be Sweeney Tood in "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" I just want to hear what all of yours may be. Then we can get back to the normal "Art Quiz" stuff. Take Care. Ciao for know.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

It has been Two Years today that we took this photo. And believe it or not we are still smilling. If love can grow, it has gotten bigger than I am able to say in any kind of comprehensible sentance. Thank You for a wonderful Two Years. You are my first, my last, my everything. I LOVE YOU.

I would like to take this moment to thank the cast and crew of "Picasso at Lapin Agile." I had a wonderful time being on stage with everyone of you. It was a surreal experience for me. Hope I get the chance to share the stage with each one of you sometime in the future. Now to be personal. Jaye thank you for believing I could do the part. Tony thanks for all the help with the show, I am very glad you were there. Jeanine, when Sagot went on you were right on top of it to let me know. The Chase family, thanks for the oppertunity to put a show up that no one else would touch. Also the same to Tom Amo and the Empire Theatre. Now the cast, in no praticular order. Kyle, it was a blast working opposite of you. You made Picasso that much easier to play. James, steping in the way you did helped us out in a way that no one can thank you enough. To Rich the same, also the amount of comfort you have on stage is increidible, keep going and always get bigger and better. Annie, you are no longer the little Dorothy that I knew, you have grown into a very great adult with a large amount of talent. Although the Tinman kissing Dorothy was kinda strange. Anna, I don't think anyone would have enjoyed or taken as much pleasure in throwing water in my face. Thank you for the costumes, and I wish you nothing but luck at SOU. David, you brought the king back to life, it was a pleasure to share the stage with you. Jim, what can anyone say about you that probably has not been said before. You bring so much experience to the stage, and we can all learn so much from you. Shawn C. you are so close to being better at this than any of us could dream of being. Keep going, show no fear, stop going for the laughs and you will start getting more than you can handle. Good luck with your show, I am always here to help. Christina, I don't believe there is any other person I now that would give a much freedom to an actor during that scene (you know the one). You are always a blast to work with, thank you for keeping me saine during rehersals. And to my wonderful wife, thank you for all the support you give me everytime I want to be on stage. You are so giving and I think that for a while it is your turn to be on stage. I want to be able to enjoy watching you again. So once and for all THANK YOU ALL. See you at coffee sometime. Ciao.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Well nobody got the last one it is "Femme Au Chapeau" by Roy Lichtenstein. Here is your new one. Good Luck and may the force be with you. Always.

Monday, August 08, 2005

Ugly ain't it? Kinda a mix between a cow and a large busted women with a hint of nun. I don't know why but I like it. Try to name the artest and the name of the painting on this one.

Saturday, August 06, 2005

Way to go Cjristina. Two for Two. This one is called "Composition." Good Luck.