When I began acting, I never thought in a million years that I would be able to be on a set like Fugue. I never thought I would work with talent that challenged me and a director and crew that pushed me to my physical and performance limits while being loving, supportive, and encouraging the whole way.
When we wrapped on Wednesday, I thought
"Well, that's it. That will never happen again."
Beautiful locations, stunningly talented cast and crew members...it was the most I could ever hope for.
Instead of making me terribly, desperately sad, it made me hungry. I want to work with people like this every day for the rest of my life. I want to be surrounded with drive and passion and creativity every single day.
I was expecting a little post-production depression to hit the next day, but I didn't really have time for it since I went directly into filming a dark comedy--Popcorn Landfill. It was an overnight shoot in a part of St. Louis that had me a little on-edge. I hadn't gone to a single rehearsal with the cast or crew and had no idea what to expect.
But then it was wonderful. The cast was dynamic and the director/writer Joel and his right hand Maranda were getting beautiful shots and great performances. It was incredible!
I am still riding the high of the last ten days.
Pickup shots from my first feature length Tuesday Night and Wednesday Morning, Fugue, and Popcorn Landfill. Ahhhh.
What a life.
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Thanks for tuning in and as always, break legs!