Archive for January, 2011

New Year Updates

January 12th, 2011 josepharagon Comments off

Coming to a Fringe near you (if you live in Winnipeg, that is...)Happy New Year! Here’s what’s up:

The December workshop and reading of Winnipeg Studio Theatre’s new musical Hersteria was a success! It was an absolute joy to work with such a marvelous group of people, and a lot of really useful stuff came out of both the week-long workshop and the reading to launch into the next draft with. It was also quite a kick to hear my music played by a great four-piece band. Stay tuned for news of a possible full production later this year.

Kiss The Giraffe Productions is presenting Illuminati II at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival! The sequel to 2005’s perplexingly successful Illuminati: The Musical will feature brand new characters, some returning old friends, several new songs, and more conspiracy theories than you can shake your tinfoil hat at. Leith Clark returns to direct what will most likely be one of the strangest shows you’ll ever see. Ever.

And lastly… I’m gonna be a cartoon! Winnipeg’s Da Capo Productions is currently recording the English version of Tayo, a Korean children’s animated series all about talking motor vehicles. It’s my first foray into the wonderful world of ADR. I’m voicing, among other characters, a green dump truck named Max. It’s adorable. My teeth hurt just thinking about it. And my mother told me funny voices will get me nowhere in life…

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