Big Country Blues Trailer

Big Country Blues Trailer
Sarah e Jacobs recognized as OUTSTANDING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES at LA Webfest! And nominated for BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA at ITVFest! Click to watch the trailer!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Getting Back to the Little Bits

Too long. Too long. Does anyone even read this anymore, it's been too long. The good news is I've been busy. The bad news is when I'm busy, I neglect certain things.

My show is finishing up its run. It has been a learning experience. Once everyone figured out their lines, the show runs fairly smoothly and we had our best audience Wednesday night. They even gasped at the climax of the story, which is always fun.

I've been doing lots of shopping tours. I started with another company and after the disastrous first tour, my experiences had nowhere to go but up. I was stuck with 12 people standing outside a sample sale with a line two hours long with nowhere else to go (our other stops were appointments and they get very unhappy if you just barge in). Needless to say, I had to bullshit for a bit. Took the group downstairs. Walked around the block (out of towners wouldn't notice). Talked about NY. Added a little history (I think it was all true). And finally got in touch with one of the appointments to ask to get in a little early. In the end it worked out, but I was sweating for a hot half hour there.

I've done some promo-ing, as well. Big shock, I know. I stood outside in Union Square for 10 hours in 90+ degree weather. That was fun. I actually went into Starbucks and held my shorts under the hand dryer on my break. It was disgusting. I was disgusting. I'm grossing myself out just thinking about it. shower of my life that night. Look on the bright side.

It's funny. A month goes by and so much has happened. But it's really the little bits of my life that make for an interesting story. The crazy people, the shitty people, the lovely people, the bizarre experiences. I'll get back into the swing of this writing thing. Somehow at the end of the day, it really does make all the shit worth it. Somehow.


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