When was the last time you played Dungeons & Dragons?
Has it been months? Years? Decades? Maybe only a few days?
Well, if you're looking for something social and fun to do right now while we're all still living that #PandemicLife, have I got a pitch for you! I'm currently offering FIVE different games from now through the month of February. There's a wide variety here, from comedy to horror, suitable for players of all experience levels. Take a look!
Victory for the Brutes! Last week, the party rescued Davryn Ghelve, Keygan's nephew. Davryn was the first to be kidnapped and taken into the Underdark by the Dark Creepers and Skulks in order to guarantee the locksmith's cooperation with the monsters' shadowy plans. But what just are those plans, anyway?
The Brutes are marching towards a deadly confrontation with potentially dire consequences. After interrogating a dying Skulk infected with The Vanishing, the Brutes now know where to find their ringleader! Is this the key to finding the 27 missing Cauldronites? What about Keygan's nephew? And hey, did anyone see where Catha and Fario went?
This year, with most of the stages across the country dark since mid-March, Broadway World’s using their Regional Awards to celebrate the Best of the Decade, rather than their normal annual honors. Well, the nominations were just announced today, and I’m honored to say that Theatre Unleashed, my theatre company, received a whopping thirty-two nominations!
This week, the search for the missing Cauldronites continues, and The Brute Squad grows larger!
Haunted by strange visions and stalked by an invisible enemy, The Brute Squad continue their exploration into the lost Gnomish artificer enclave of Jzadirune in their search for the missing citizens of Cauldron! What dark, foreboding messages do these disturbing dreams haunting the Brutes portend? Will their creative "honeycake" solution work to detect and combat an invisible enemy? Will they find Keygan's nephew safely before the villains catch on? And what of the missing 27 Cauldronites? Find out this week on Brutes in The Shackled City!
MATERIAL WEALTH (Basically King Lear) is a comedy short film created for the 2019 48-Hour Comedy Film Project. From award-winning Los Angeles production company Hold For Plane Pictures. When his wealthy parents pass away, down-on-his-luck Cooper appears to have once again been forgotten, but he soon learns a valuable lesson in what’s truly important. Plus, he meets a knight!
Late last year, I decided it was time for me to get back into the Acting game. Professionally speaking, at least. I'd put things on hold in 2009 because of a variety of reasons (which I'm sure I'll write about in another post at some point), knowing I'd get back to pursuing my dreams "someday." Y'know, when the conditions are perfect and the stars are aligned, yadda yadda yadda, et cetera and so forth, ad infinitum.
Earlier today on Twitter, I announced that I will once again be helming our annual cult holiday hit A Very DIE HARD Christmas this year as part of TU’s Naughty & Nice Rep.
One of the many things we have at Theatre Unleashed is a playwriting unit. We swap pages and offer constructive critique. We pitch ideas and solicit feedback. We talk about elements of our current projects we're struggling with. It's a fun, laid-back, and supportive environment.
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 cats.