|It was such a treat to visit with Frank Terzoli over dinner and catch up, it reminded me to share the latest news we've heard from the cast of Well Done.|
Rodrick has appeared in the movies Iron Man, All I Want for Christmas and Bedtime Stories. He also worked on the TV series, Las Vegas, was a pirate in a short film competition for On The Lot, and appeared in an episode of The Mentalist and Frank TV. Most recently, Rodrick donned a labcoat for a Volkswagon car commercial.
In addition to acting, Rodrick has written and directed four shorts, Left Hand, Bloom, Starked Out and Mesteno, the later recently received an award of merit in film festival competition. He is currently developing a story that involves swordplay.
Krista has already appeared in three films and three commercials since moving to Denver, Colorado.
She has also been very busy on the stage. Most recently, Krista played Lucy in Dracula and Mrs. Hurst in a contemporary adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. She is represented by the Donna Baldwin Talent Agency. What amazes us is the variety of roles Krista takes on (see below)!
When Tom Gurnee is not photographing
people and places around the globe,
he's working on film-related projects.
Tom will be appearing later this year as
"The Bomber" in several installments of
the webisode series KingBreaker. He
also played the tragically comical lead in
Paul has been on the stage continuously
since wrapping Well Done. He recently starred
in Sarah was Mine, and the production was accepted in the Fresh Fruit Festival in New York City.
The cast and crew are currently working to raise funds to travel to Greenwich Village for their four-night run of this play in July of this year. Anyone wishing to contribute to the cause should visit their Facebook link. Good luck, Paul!
(publicity photos by Robert Ladd)
Veronica has been busy in the San Diego
comedy improv scene as a member of the
Funhouse Improv group.
Veronica recently performed in The Vagina
Monologues at the Diversionary Theatre. She also appeared in Something Blue, a film project that
screened at the 2009 Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival.
Tara's production company, Cruthaigh Productions, has kept her busy, busy, busy (we count 6 plays, plus several Rockin' Comedy evening events throughout the last year)! We've enclosed posters from two of their recent works, Some Girls and Much Ado About Nothing.
I had to grab this photo of Tara because she looks a lot like her role in our first film, Last Hand, where she played an assassin.
Love those locks, Tara!