CALL FOR NEW WORK:
Zero Untitled Films/Productions is looking for holiday or Christmas-themed short plays, poems, and performances for our upcoming reading in December (dates TBA). The performance will be called “Textual Overture 2015 Holiday Show.”
– For plays, small casts of up to 4 are preferred. Easy set up required (we perform in local coffee shops).
– For poems, any work that you would like to come read or have someone else read in your absence; shorter works preferred.
A big thanks to the impromptu cast of “Little Doll” for their staged reading work last night. It was not a legitimate performance by any means, but the talk-back and discussion was productive! Thanks to our friends and “audience” members, too!
MAI – Christina
LYLE – Josh “Zeta”
JANIE – Debs
Audience Discussion – Jubilee, Jose, Katy, Robert, and Drea
Here are a few behind-the-scene pics from the recent filming of our “Gumball Badges” book trailer!
Zero Untitled’s next production will be William Shakespeare’s immortal classic “The Taming of the Shrew”! The performance will be a scripts-in-hands production with several actors double casted. The performance will occur at the Santa Gertrudis Middle School theatre and will star ZU actors as well as Academy High School students and recent graduates, helping to showcase the acting chops in the community.
An interview video has been recently released and can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcAQf0u72pk&feature=youtu.be
The age might have to be refreshed if you get a green screen.
Performance will be a two-day only engagement and will be a free event:
July 28 & 29 at 7:00 at Santa Gertrudis Middle School
Our resident comedy troupe, Premature Punchline, just wrapped a performance up in McAllen at the annual OmniCon comic book and anime convention. The performance was on Friday June 26th at 8:00. A live performance video and pictures will be posted soon.
Watch the fan-filmed Youtube video here. You might need to refresh the page if you get a green screen.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz1cVHQ6bP4&feature=youtu.be
Missed out on our Dark Tour last month? Well you can watch the show unfold the way it did for the audience on YouTube! Watch it here:
This is a rough edit of a run of the show. It is not designed to look like a legitimate film, but to feel like an audience’s experience ala “found footage” style. Enjoy!