Just before Christmas, I had a first for me: a modeling shoot! Mid-December, I was sitting in a room at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville posing for the camera as though we were having a business meeting. Pretty cut and dried. I did get a cool new shirt out of the whole thing! Oh yeah, and they paid me really money, which is cool.
In other news, I’ve been asked (and have accepted) to be a charter member of the repertory company with Green Room Projects in Nashville. This is the same group that co-produced the October production of Hamlet. In other good news, there are going to be a couple more performances of Hamlet in the Middle Tennessee area in the coming months! My first production as a company member of Green Room Projects is going to be Tuesdays With Morrie. If you don’t know the book, I’ll let you guess which part I’ll be playing.
There’s a possibility of some directing work coming down the pike, too. I’ll keep you posted on that either here or over at The Mirror Up To Nature (and the podcast).
I also had two more auditions yesterday; one for a CMT Promo Spot with Jimmy Kup Casting, the other for a feature film which will be shot in Nashville in a couple of months with Casting Director Jo Doster.
The podcast continues to grow and we’ve got some pretty neat stuff in the works to announce in 2007. Be on the lookout for that!
Christmas with the family was wonderful. Bekah and I celebrated our 11th anniversary by painting accent walls in our house and unpacking boxes of stuff that hadn’t seen the light of day since we left Texas over two years ago. And, let me tell you there’s nothing more romantic than being covered in paint and packing peanuts for your anniversary. H – O – T!
This weekend I’m off to Memphis to do a couple of Shakespeare workshops for high school students and to run the Tennessee Governor’s School of the Arts auditions.