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Confessions of a G-List Actress: Day 2 of an Indie Webseries

May 1st, 2012 | By
NC Film Poster

ShareTweetAfter a nearly sleepless night between Allen (my co-star), and Leigh (the friend I brought with me) and Nikita (my dog) we get up at 6 am for another day of shooting.  Oddly enough, sleeping in a bed with strangers is not a new thing to me.  You get used to it after a while
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Confessions of a G-List Actor: Day 1 of an Indie Webseries

Apr 9th, 2012 | By
Actress Lilly Nelson

ShareTweetI am an actor.  I am well versed in the art of actoring.  I must be okay at it, otherwise I suppose people wouldn’t pay me to do it.  Two weekends ago I started work on a project in Wilmington, NC.  Is This It?  I won’t ruin it for you but it should be a
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Pole Dance 101

Feb 7th, 2012 | By
Greensboro Fringe Festival Classes

ShareTweetI am in fairly good shape.  I have never been even slightly overweight.  I recently started running in the mornings.   I go to the gym three times a week.  Most of this is to counter the fact I sit at my regular nine-to-five.  I dance, I teach CPR.  So you know something big happened when
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Apocalpyse Live: Rayne, Sleet, and Snow

Jan 30th, 2012 | By
Rayne

ShareTweet2. Rayne peeked through her mess of blonde hair at her bloodshot blue eyes.  She hadn’t been feeling well at all today.  The blistering headache had forced her out of work for a second day in a row.  Not that it was going to be a big deal; who was going to work in this
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2012 Greensboro Fringe Festival

Jan 23rd, 2012 | By
Greensboro Fringe Festival

ShareTweetThis year marks the 10th annual Greensboro Fringe Festival, two weeks of music, dance, and theater in the heart of downtown.  Performers from all over host workshops and perform for a wide array of audiences. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary all shows are free with a suggested donation of $10 to the artists.  All
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Apocalypse Live: It’s The End of the World, Charlie Brown

Jan 23rd, 2012 | By

ShareTweetEpilogue It was too late already.  In a small wooded area, below the fall leaves, the air itself began to slowly thicken into a faint cellophane.  The coagulate spread out in a lethargic sheet towards the sky and crept unhurriedly towards the atmosphere, it’s edges curving in a wide arc to the south.  The initiating
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Local Haunts: Lydia’s Bridge

Dec 19th, 2011 | By
This man's late mother-in-law has decided to go for a drive.

ShareTweetI’m rehearsing a show, Dead, and we were performing an acting exercise in the graveyard. Welcome to the world of theater, where nothing is too weird. No need for specifics, just six people amongst the tired resting souls of Greensboro. Walking through the rich history and crunching the leaves underfoot. While most people cringe at the
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The Biltmore Hotel – Ghosts of the Present

Nov 19th, 2011 | By
Elevator in the Biltmore Hotel

ShareTweetLast weekend I helped a co-worker of mine redecorate her pottery shop for Christmas.  “It’s not really my thing,” she said, handing me plastic balls, lights, and two nutcrackers.  I laughed, because not 4 days before, on Halloween, I had walked through the shops while Christmas merchandise was being frantically thrown on the shelves, thinking
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