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|Jul. 26th, 2012 03:53 pm I heart COUGARTOWN|
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|Jul. 24th, 2012 01:54 pm Oooh|
A phone app... i like this... Leave a comment
|Jul. 24th, 2012 01:29 pm The Cavanaughs|
Well I haven't written here in a long long time. Been a Tweeting, Facebooking fiend! hahaLeave a comment
All is well. Still at CBS, though I did announce that it would be my last season with CSINY. *smile* Still doing the Cavanaughs. We premiere our Season 4 in September, its just around the corner!!
Check out our Season 4 Cavanaughs trailer
Also recap with our season 3 finale !!
Or go back and revisit Season 3 - -
I'm proud of the cast/crew and how far we have come. It's fun being a part of the indie soap community!!
Well I'm on my lunch hour... I better get back. I will post more on this site!!
|Mar. 20th, 2011 04:28 pm The Cavanaughs - Season 2, Episode 1 : The Wine and The Dice|
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Cavanaughs Season 2, Episode 1: The Wine and the Dice
The Executive Producer Hope wants Maddie off 'The Cavanaughs'. The gang gathers to decide what to do. Scott does not approve of Sarah's new suitor and goes to Mark for help. Charley reveals a secret to Justin.
Director: Byron Macdonald
DP: George Ballenger
Ginger Snappz (Noreen Cavanaugh)
Amanda Broadwell (Sarah)
Cwennen Corral (Maddie)
Grant Landry (Mark)
Kevin Makely (Justin)
Adrian Morales (Bryan)
Deborah Estelle Philips (Charley)
Daniel Rhyder (Scott)
Percy Rustomji (Dumas)
Kimberly Fox (Hope)
Nathaniel Vincent (Bingo)
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|Feb. 24th, 2011 01:32 pm Season 2 of The Cavanaughs is just around the corner! YAY!!!|
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Current Music: 'When Will Love Find Me" - Cavanaughs theme
|Nov. 16th, 2010 07:11 am The Cavanaughs - Fall Finale|
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The Cavanaughs, the quirky web drama about a group of friends who come together to transform a play they worked on together into a television sitcom pilot, debuted its fall finale this week. In this installment, sensitive scribe Bryan (Adrian Morales) assembles the cast and crew for a table read, as several of the soap's plot threads reach a turning point.
Charley (Deborah Estelle Phillips) receives a call from her mom, who's still upset with Charley regarding her decision to run out on her groom and come out as a lesbian. Phillips has really started to gel in the role of Charley. Using only a cell phone as a prop, the talented, young actress managed to convey the butterflies of someone attempting to stand up to her parents—on her own terms— while still respecting them.
Meanwhile Sarah (Amanda Broadwell) takes a leap of faith, as Scott (Daniel Rhyder) and Bryan finally discuss their kiss from a few episodes back. I can't wait to see how Bryan reacts when he learns Scott is crushing on Mark (Grant Landry), who is continuing his flirtation with Sarah! It isn't all unrequited love and table reads in this eppy, however. Bryan is faced with a major decision regarding his best friend Maddie (Cwennen Corral). Will he choose success over friendship?
I honestly can't decide which scene in the eppy I liked most, the sequences where Noreen Cavanaugh (Gnger Snappz) makes her slow transformation to divadom, or the 70's style disco that ends the episode.This is by far the best episode of The Cavanaughs.
|Oct. 5th, 2010 12:38 pm|
hmmm... i turn 29 again this week... hahaLeave a comment
|Aug. 14th, 2010 06:58 pm Saturday in SAMO|
This was has been an odd week. I've been so not feeling up to par all week. Just not strong. But I made it to work everyday. Though we did push the filming for the Cavanaughs back one week. Luckily it'll all work out and everyone is still on board. Episode 7 & 8 were posted. I learned so much with editing. What to, what not, what never. It was a nice learning process.Leave a comment
Work at CSINY is still busy. Filming two episodes at a time. YIKES.
I did get to see RENT at the Hollywood Bowl last Saturday in box seats and got treated to rockstar parking with police stopping traffic on Hollywood Blvd to let us to the top of the hill. That was so interesting. I was thrilled to see Aaron Tveit sing Roger. And the gal from the Pussycat Dolls was my favorite MAUREEN to date.. sorry Idina. Also fun in the cast were the comedic Rachel Harris, the divine Gwen Stewart, powerhouse Tracie Thoms, and tv favorite Wayne Brady. The direction from Neil Patrick Harris was well done and I was not disappointed one bit. Once a RENTHEAD, always a RENTHEAD.
Well, I guess its back to watching some tele and relaxing to let this lil body heal thyself. *smile* it's all good.
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