Catch me on NBC's Chicago PD
Catch me on NBC's Chicago PD
"Chronicles of a Demise" - my 4th appearance in Provincetown under Brenna Geffer's direction, this time alone with the audience in a tin-foil covered suite of the Harbor Hotel. A dramatic adaptation of an early Williams short story, a sad apostolic robot addresses "The Order" on the passing of their Saint.
"His earnest, powerful delivery would have been perfectly at home in an episode of The Twilight Zone." -Bess Rowan (medium.com 2023)
A short film by Sandy Morris filmed this summer in Wisconsin - coming soon!
Click the photo to see American Theatre's December 2022 article about Spectrum Theatre Ensemble's "Neurodiversity New Play Festival" where Die-Cast Theatre Collective created "Sense of Time" and immersive work devised around conversations, issues and experiences related to neurodiversity.
Check out the Gallery for images from the festival!
Matt and Sophie have decided to call it quits after an intense argument. As Sophie walks out the door, she leaves Matt a parting gift, a small device designed for Algorithmic Loving and Unconditional Support.
A L U S.
As Matt explores how to get along without Sophie he begins to cultivate a relationship with the device. ALUS, in fact, becomes quite helpful in his day-to-day life, but things come to a head when Matt reconnects with his ex-girlfriend and ALUS begins to wrestle with feelings it should not have.
The film explores the evolving way we as humans use relationships to meet our needs. What roles should the people we love play in our lives? How much can we expect from them? Do we really want a companion or are we much better off with an algorithm that gives us all the answers?
Written in the 1890's, the Little Baron Trump novels have created a buzz on internet message boards about time traveling Trumps! Books one and two tell the tale of a very wealthy boy from Germany who, following the words of the master of masters Don Fum, travels to Russia to find a portal to the World Within a World. The third book titled; 1900; or The Last President, presents a dystopian vision of a by-gone future where a political outsider wins a surprise election with the support of working class voters
With your help, I can bring this full-length radio series to life! Follow the link above to listen to the pilot episode, and find us on Patreon to be the first to hear the latest installments!
"Mr. Anthony's ferociously committed performance (paging Hollywood) was among the festival's finest."
-THE NEW YORK TIMES
"Chris Anthony gives his all to making clear the pain of the creative process, the ups and downs of genius, and the mania of working toward artistic perfection. His is a mature, complex, complete performance.
Anthony gives over to the passion, desperation, focus, madness, demons of creativity, and the unraveling of a creative powerhouse. Chris Anthony's performance is one of a creative powerhouse as well. He delivers a finely detailed, nuanced, likable, bold, detestable but lovable, crumbling while healing, madman.
The character's genius and the actor's genius complement one another to perfection. His is a performance that makes an audience want to stay seated, hoping for an act three."
"The actors are game and capable, with Chris Anthony most impressive as the young lover. He projects a relaxed, sensual masculinity that actually calls to mind the role's original performer, Clark Gable (and that's a real compliment.)"
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