So...turns out producing (and now directing) a feature film turns into a full time job. I'll be in an office either at Warner Brothers or at a place in Hollywood starting in less than two weeks. I haven't had office hours for about seven years, so that should be interesting. The commute may take a toll as well. Getting there should be fine, but coming home is sometimes a 2-hour nightmare.
It looks like we are going to come in around half-funded from the Las Vegas event, so we will be doing a similar presentation at Warner in a few weeks for socal people. I am very excited to move past the fund raising and focus more on directing, casting, etc. I have learned more than I ever thought I could through this process already and look forward to the next chapters.
I've only had two auditions in the last two weeks - one for Drive on Fox and another for a commercial. I worked a bit on General Hospital again playing the same character - no lines this time. This all seems to be working out, because there is no way I could be auditioning everyday and working on this film right now. I've had to limit my auditions to TV and commercial anyway since I can't book an extended film gig with this coming up in June.
Otherwise, the rest of our life seems to be in working order. My lovely bride has a birthday coming up Friday. I think she is officially old enough now that I'm not allowed to publish her age online. I'll just say that we will be the same age for three weeks before my 34th birthday on April 9th. So, yeah...she's turning 26 or something like that.
Happy Birthday Deb.