I caught up with Dee as Fashion Week officially unravels in all of its glory to learn more about the web series, the mix of comedy and fashion, and the good news that the show may be destined for cable.
There is so much in this vast territory to help us, teach us, and keep us current that we have to dive in. And let's face it, the faster we embrace it, the faster us Middle (St)age ers can take over the world! (Cue sinister laugh.)
I'm going to share some stories of my embrace, or struggles to embrace, this stage of life. We will find a way together to be happy and more fulfilled. Or at least to realize that there's not a damn thing we can do about it, so we might as well get happy and more fulfilled!
We are being asked not to sit on our possibly slightly more padded bums and contemplate retirement, NO! We are being asked to remain fit, youthful and learn new things at an exponential rate in order to keep up with this ever-changing world.
While most any comedian can now spearhead a web series, few simultaneously tackle the challenges inherent in not only animating the content, but ensuring it maintains appeal for young and adult audience alike.
Chloe Sanders is pretty happy with her decision to name her new web series 'SNAFU', and she tells me that while some viewers may not know the military acronym right away, it's apt for the quirky comedy once it's explained: Situation Normal: All F*cked Up.
This week I talked with actor/producers Kit Williamson and John Halbach about the second season of their Web series EastSiders, which experienced a whirlwind year that included making its cable broadcast debut as a feature film on Logo TV.
Writer/producer Mark De Angelis and sketch comedy masterminds The Imponderables are back with season two of 'Bill & Sons Towing,' an original web series written by De Angelis and Imponderables member Eric Toth.