Hold For Plane’s “Get a Clue” is a 24 Hour Film Race Finalist!

About two weeks ago, Jenn and I got together with a bunch of Theatre Unleashed folks to participate in the 2018 24-Hour Film Race. We were all working together under the banner of TU’s “sister company,” film collective Hold For Plane Pictures.

Musings on the cusp of 37

This Saturday is my birthday. I was born on Long Island, NY on May 26th, 1981 at 6:36 pm, EDT. I’ve been living in Los Angeles since August 25th, 2003. I was 22 when I got here. I’m turning 37. To borrow a phrase, “What a long, strange trip it’s been.”

Quick Hits for Mid-May

Alright! I’ve been pulling ridiculous hours over at The Hobgoblin Playhouse this week, getting it up and running. And when I haven’t been doing that, I’ve been designing lights for Fringe shows at studio/stage. And when I haven’t been doing that, I’ve been in rehearsal for A Very DIE HARD Christmas. And when I haven’t been doing that… well, you get the idea. Here’s a quick rundown of All The Things happening in my world right now:

Columbus Dispatch calls “Hang a Lampshade On It” sly!

“The opener, Gregory Crafts’ sly Hang a Lampshade on It, plays with the conventions of television crime shows, and shows off the ability of Kristin Green and Shana Kramer to bounce off each other as a comedy team.”

Lighting, Writing, and Running

So this week, I went back to high school. Okay, well, not really. But I was hired to design the lights for Fairfax High School’s production of Fame Jr. (and for all my NoVA friends, that’s the Fairfax High School here in Hollywood, not on Route 50 back home. Sorry. I promise I’ll let y’all know next time I’m in town). Between this gig and working at the Assistance League Playhouse a couple weeks ago, I’ve earned a couple of fun design/board op credits.

Musings on the cusp of 37

Musings on the cusp of 37

This Saturday is my birthday. I was born on Long Island, NY on May 26th, 1981 at 6:36 pm, EDT. I’ve been living in Los Angeles since August 25th, 2003. I was 22 when I got here. I’m turning 37. To borrow a phrase, “What a long, strange trip it’s been.”

Quick Hits for Mid-May

Quick Hits for Mid-May

Alright! I’ve been pulling ridiculous hours over at The Hobgoblin Playhouse this week, getting it up and running. And when I haven’t been doing that, I’ve been designing lights for Fringe shows at studio/stage. And when I haven’t been doing that, I’ve been in rehearsal for A Very DIE HARD Christmas. And when I haven’t been doing that… well, you get the idea. Here’s a quick rundown of All The Things happening in my world right now:

Lighting, Writing, and Running

Lighting, Writing, and Running

So this week, I went back to high school. Okay, well, not really. But I was hired to design the lights for Fairfax High School’s production of Fame Jr. (and for all my NoVA friends, that’s the Fairfax High School here in Hollywood, not on Route 50 back home. Sorry. I promise I’ll let y’all know next time I’m in town). Between this gig and working at the Assistance League Playhouse a couple weeks ago, I’ve earned a couple of fun design/board op credits.

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Gregory Crafts

Gregory Crafts

creative multi-hyphenate

An award-winning multi-hyphenate creative artist, with more than twenty-five years of experience as an actor, playwright, director, designer, and theatrical producer under his belt, Greg graduated from Emerson College in Boston, MA with a Bachelor’s in Theatre Studies in 2003. Soon after, Greg migrated to Los Angeles seeking adventure in the entertainment industry. He currently resides in North Hollywood, CA with his wife, Jenn, and their two cats.

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