EVENT: Screening at the Lyric April 21st

As I write this, I'm coming off of a rocket-sled Hell-ride of a week. Having begun the week, with a 24 hour flu bug and ending it with the last stages of a head/chest cold.

Between the wonderful screening at the Lyric, my day job (yes, I still have one) and The Denver Comicfest, I'm friggin' whipped. But within these last two weeks, I've had more exciting professional opportunities arise and for that, I couldn't be more grateful. I will certainly be more willing to talk about these projects as they unfold, but for now, I don't want to jinx it.

In other news: The Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins is screening The Animated Monologue I Studied Shakespeare... as a guest short, as a part of their Byllynsgate Ball. This celebration features live music, live painting and other local films. It begins 5:30 April 21st. I am thrilled to be in such company as Noah Besser's Parker Street. If you feel so inclined, I would really love to see you there and could really use your support. Anyway, That's it for updates. Hope you enjoy the article for this week and please stop by The Lyric this Thursday.


-Rob Out.