Sam and I have just recently returned from the Skills Saskatchewan provincial competition for TV and Video Production with a dangling gold medal around our scrawny little necks. So, we are pleased now to be representing Team Saskatchewan at the national competition in Edmonton, Alberta this year.
That being said, this post will be quite brief. Our play is near completion, and we’re starting to run test audiences and such. Hopefully you’ll be able to read a script to the play up on here soon; we haven’t posted too much about it, but basically it’s(as the newspaper quoted it): “It is a comedy which seeks to glorify the teenage part-time job, and, with a parade of pop-culture references and self-referential humour, turns the piece into an ode to the night time, and the true self-realization which it can bring about.”
In short, it’s a blast to be able to write and direct a piece like this for regionals, not to mention to have the cast that we’ve been blessed with. If you’re free and in North Battleford Monday the 26th at 7:30, you should come and take a gander; a play written by Kay-Lynne Collier based on a short story on Creepy Pasta will also be performed that night; it’s very much the opposite of our show, and to my knowledge they compliment each other well.
So, Sam and I will be shooting even more the next 6 weeks to prepare ourselves for Nationals, not to mention that we’ll be experimenting with some fancy new equipment(Kudos to Mr. Wall).
Here’s the winning film, and til next time,