Friday, September 28, 2007


Man, I'm doing very little on this site nowadays aside from either plugging my favorite horror movies or plugging my own stuff.

Had enough? Maybe? Well, tough. We folks at Nosedive Central have been creating, rehearsing and producing stuff for the past month now (and don't see any light at the end of the tunnel until Year's End), so the last thing I'm going to do is keep quiet about it.


Tomorrow night is the first entry in Vampire Cowboys' Saturday Night Saloon series, featuring (among works by Jeff Lewonczyk, A. Rey Pamatmat, Robert Ross Parker and Webb Wilcoxen) Episode One of Nosedive's Wild West Noir series, Pinkie, a fictionalized account of a former Pinkerton Agent starting his own independent private investigation agency in a Colorado town in the 1890s.


Episode I: "What's That Smell?"

Written by James Comtois

Featuring Becky Comtois, James Comtois, Brian Silliman and Christopher Yustin.

Directed by Pete Boisvert

Saturday, September 29th, 2007 at 8 p.m.


111 Conselyea Street, #2L

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Click here for a map.

Admission is free.

For more information, check out Vampire Cowboys' Web site.

The first Saloon is being performed as part of the New Williamsburg Performing Arts Alliance's Free Fest this weekend.

I'm actually very much looking forward to seeing the other entries in this series (especially considering Jeff Lewonczyk adapted and directed one of the best plays I've seen this year, not to mention Robert Ross Parker).

Anyway, that's it for me. Have a good weekend, folks. Hope to see some of you at the Battle Ranch tomorrow.

Hoping he's got his lines down,

James "Paraphrase King" Comtois

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