What a wonderful table read last night! Most of the cast saw the script for the first time and managed to bring the characters to life without direction. The private reading was for folks who had submitted for production crew positions as I wanted them to hear the story first and then decide if they wanted to move on to being interviewed as part of the "organic process". I am happy to say that they were very impressed with the cast and the story. Many thanks to Anissa Smith, Frankie Ramos, Wanda Colon, Tina Moore, Evan Davis, Michelle Lamelza, Irma Cadiz, Stacey Griffin, Alan Liddell, John Larkin, Steve Devito, Bill Barry, China L. Colston, and Gyavira Lasana! Next phase will be crew interviews next week. Bravo all!
Now to finally get the last installment of my trilogy, "Wild Child", mounted as a workshop production to fulfill my timeline for the project.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
|Frankie Ramos is "bad boy" Tony Perez the unlikely lover of "good girl" Negra and boyfriend of clingy and jealous Lourdes|
|Irma Cadiz reprises the role of Lourdes|
|Anissa Smith is the tormented Negra Centron|
|Wanda Ramos is the mysterious Santeria priestess, Iya Carmen, who counsels Negra's vexed mother|
|Tina Moore plays the eccentric mother of Negra, vexed by her daughter's relationship with Tony Perez|
|Evan Davis plays Tony's best friend and partner in crime, Bobby Vico|
|Michelle Lamelza play the wife and "Italian Princess" of Bobby, Barbara Vico|
|Billy Barry plays blue blood, pompous cardiologist and Negra's amorous boss|
Dr. Todd Turnbull Adams
|Stacey Griffin reprises the role of the condescending successful professional Clinton Williams from the Off Broadway run of "A Wound In Time"|
Posted by S.L. WILSON at 7:02 AM
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Casting still not complete on the adaptation of my Off Broadway mystery thriller and upcoming indie feature, "A Wound In Time" . Whereas the stage play had 9 characters, the film will have 24 speaking roles, not to mention the many non speaking roles. There will be some familiar faces from the play and new faces in the film. Introducing the male lead, Frankie Ramos, as "bad boy",Tony Perez.
Posted by S.L. WILSON at 11:04 PM