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August 1, 2007

3rd Cricket Feet Showcase – Call for Scenes

Filed under: showcase — Biographer @ 4:16 pm

Want to hear something insane?  The last showcase was a resounding success.  Industry turnout was so high that family/friends/ staff were told not to come on the regular nights.  The staff was ecstatic, everyone else was a little bummed.  So hot on the heels of the July showcase the same team that brought you the 2nd Cricket Feet Showcase and the 1st Cricket Feet Showcase are proud to announce… The 3rd Cricket Feet Showcase!!!  Original title, no?

The show will be at the Promenade Playhouse in Santa Monica (on the 3rd Street Promenade) November 6th, 7th and 8th with a very “special” (no free booze/food) show for family/friends/alumni on November 4th.  This showcase will be directed by superstar Annie Wood.

The last showcase consisted of entirely original material.  The producing team figured this would probably be more interesting than having yet another showcase full of superbly overdone scenes by Arthur Miller, Christopher Durang and from Good Will Hunting.  They were right.

So, the crew is now accepting submissions from writers for the 3rd Cricket Feet Showcase.  They’re looking for:  4 minute long, comedic, two person scenes that hopefully have nothing to do with the “industry.”  All submissions must be accompanied by a release form, which can be found here.  It’s not too scary, you just promise not to sue, allow the showcase to use your material without compensation and allow the showcase people to edit your material if need be.  Instructions for submitting material are included on the release form.

Anyone who reads this bio (like that lonely guy in Nova Scotia who writes Eitan weekly love letters) are encouraged to submit.  Heck, even Eitan had a scene in the last showcase.  The bar must be pretty low.

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