grace, denzel and hector are up to more weirdness. episode 2 directed by jess brickman. good times. haven’t seen episode 1 yet? check out premature the show, ya dingus.
Posts Tagged ‘Paul Perroni’
Posted in Our Own, tagged Comedy Web Series, David Dastmalchian, Denzel, Dori Legg, Grace, Grace Rex, Hector, Jac Cheairs, jess brickman, New York, Paul Perroni, Premature, Premature the Show, Premature Web Show, Snorkles, Tony Mui, Trussing a Chicken, Web Show on March 9, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Our Own, tagged chad sonenberg, comedy, Dori Legg, farce, Grace Rex, Jac Cheairs, jess brickman, jessica brickman, New York, nyc, olga alexandrovskaya, Paul Perroni, Premature, Premature the Show, Prematuretheshow.com, Tony Mui, Web Series on October 7, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
with the launch of premature the show fast approaching (october 15th – gadzooks!), the team reconvened in nyc to film episode two. under the direction of the multi-talented, quick-witted and fearless jessica brickman, we tackled the latest script, scribed by our unstoppable star, grace rex. it goes without saying that a project like this could never happen without the constant contributions from our massively talented (and consistently strange) band of regulars, but there was also an addition of many new team members, mostly behind-the-scenes, and their work was freaking magnificent. camera and sound teams were in a fierce battle over who had the best hair. cinematographer, jac cheairs, nailed it down, while our sound team (led by the great chad sonenberg) caught every subtle sigh paul perroni (denzel) had to offer. keep your little eyes glued to prematuretheshow.
Posted in Our Own, tagged Chinese Theater, David Dastmalchian, Grace Rex, Hollyshorts, HollyShorts Film Festival, Hollyshorts12, Hollywood, Paul Perroni, Premature the Show, Ray Zananiri, Tony Mui, Web Series, Web Show on August 4, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
yes. our little diy show about three friends finding one another in the oddest of circumstances will be having a world premiere of episode one at none other than….the chinese 6 theaters in hollywood! it is a bit surreal to have our show, which was created for the web (and will be coming there soon!), projected onto a screen at one of the most famous movie houses in the world… but thanks to the amazing hollyshorts film festival, premature the show will be getting a world premiere of epic proportions. if you will be in los angeles on august 13, please come to the theatre at 11am for the big show. until then, please spend your entire day marveling over the magic of our web site, www.prematuretheshow.com
ticket information can be found HERE
as Premature the Show makes it’s way out into the interworkings of the interweb, there is now an Official Facebook Page. lots of cool ‘Likers’ and folks getting down with the Premature Challenge. It’s kind of like The Pepsi Challenge except it doesn’t rot your teeth. Please go HERE and Likey, Likey, Likey. We promise to Like you right back. We’re kind of conditional that way.
after all your facebook frolicking – stop by http://www.prematuretheshow for a cup of tea. or a forty ounce of king cobra.
Posted in Film, tagged Cathy Horyn, David Dastmalchian, Elizabeth Lippman, Fashion Models, Horror, Jac Cheairs, Last Seen Wearing, NY Fashion Week, Olga Alexandrovskaia, Paul Perroni, Sara Blomqvist, Zombies on March 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
it was just a few short new york falls ago that i found myself running around the city with Liz Lippman and Jac Cheairs as they shot their Fashion-Week/Zombie thriller mash-up short. they’ve gone on to become great friends – PLUS – it was on that shoot that the incredible Evelyn Leigh crash-landed in my life! oh yeah - Jac and Liz got married and now have one of the most adorable babies two humans have ever created. but before all that gushiness and beauty, there was a whole cat-walk of beauties – two in particular who wanted nothing more than to eat the brains of yours truly. did they? you’ll have to see. and for only 99 cents, it’s a steal – you can watch the whole film HERE. enjoy. www.last-seen-wearing.com
Posted in Our Own, tagged Bill Sullivan, Brooklyn, Comedy Show, David Dastmalchian, Dori Legg, Grace Rex, Joseph Rocha, Paul Perroni, Premature, Premature the Show, Prematuretheshow.com, Ray Zananiri, Steve Armstrong, Tony Mui, Undies, Web Series on March 10, 2012 | 1 Comment »
oh yes…. it is here…… www.prematuretheshow.com
It’s been a long, amazing and amazingly long journey to get our first episode of Premature finished. But thankfully my partner in crime, Grace Rex, is a perfectionist (in a healthy kind of way) and we have held off releasing anything until we were both truly satisfied. Well now we are! And we are both so incredibly grateful for the overwhelming number of brilliantly talented collaborators we have gotten to work with on this project. Please take a relaxing stroll through our website, check out our first promo video and stay tuned! The first episode is ready to roll out and we will be doing so in the very, very, very near future. We promise. Until then….
Posted in Film, Video, tagged Big Time, David Dastmalchian, Grace Rex, Joseph Rocha, Josh Lerner, New York, Paul Perroni, Premature, Premature the Show, Ray Zananiri, Smelly, Tony Mui, Weird Friendship on October 7, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
PREMATURE. A SHOW.
Grace Rex. Paul Perroni. Yours Truly.
with Tony Mui. Josh Lerner. Joseph Rocha. Dori Legg. And More.
the very first episode directed by Ray Zananiri. Coming so soon you can just feel it.
Posted in Film, Theatre, tagged Caffeine Theatre, David Dastmalchian, Emily Schwartz, Eve Knutsen, Eve Makes, Evelyn Leigh, EveMakes.wordpress.com, Jeff Awards, Jimmy McDermott, Joseph Jefferson Nominations, Keen, NYIIFVF, Paul Perroni, Shattered Globe Theatre, Strange Tree Group on April 30, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Lots of news here. If you’re in NYC, we’d love to see you at the festival premiere of our short film, KEEN, Sunday at 2pm at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival! Our amazing director, Jimmy McDermott,
has just received TWO simultaneous nominations from the Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee for ‘Best Director’ of the productions of ‘Boojum: Nonsense, Truth and Lewis Carrol’ with Caffeine Theatre (With a total of 7 nominations!) and for ‘The Three Faces of Doctor Crippin’ by Emily Schwartz with Strange Tree Group (One of my favorites). Lots of amazing things going on back in Chicago, including the opening of Shattered Globes newest show, ‘Romeo and Juliet’.
Tickets are still available for the 6:30 pm performance in the John Hancock Observatory downtown Sunday May 1. Also this week – if you’re in NYC, please go see my multi-talented friend and collaborator, Paul Perroni in the premiere of Baltimore in Black and White at The Cell Theatre! AND the Brilliant Josh Lerner will be starring in ‘We Shall Not Be Moved’ (a new musical) at Union Pool in Brooklyn at 8PM on Sunday night, May 1st. And finally – I got to take a look at more of the incredible new work coming from Eve Knutsen – can’t discuss at the moment but let’s just say it’s pretty incredible. More to report soon…
The brilliant Paul Perroni, the incomparable Grace Rex and I are hard at work collaborating on a few cool projects for 2011. Details are forthcoming.