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Seattle Celebrity News!

October 27, 2011

Rough Cut of ROOM 13 Finished

What Paul Will Do For Money to Finish This Movie!

“We waiting for the rough cut and it seems it will be ready this week. From there it’s a look at what coverage and establishing shots we will need. Hopefully pickups will be limited. We are all looking forward to seeing what is needed in the next stage.. It is opportune that we have 40,000 vets coming back from Iraq and hopefully this film will help with the ongoing story of Vets in the US.”  – Paul Eenhoorn (I’m guessing.)

“Room 13 rough cut just completed.” – Aria Elf

Production Photo by Michael Gaston (for an entirely different production.  We put it here entirely for sensational affect.)

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Seattle Celebrity News!

September 11, 2011

Room 13 – a Film

acquires funding, production starts

Paul Eenhoorn Writer/Director

You heard the pitch right here!  Now follow the production as we pass the first read-through and have acquired a firm location. 

“We are having a location meeting this Sunday at 4 pm. Hopefully we can all get a handle on what’s required on each Room.

Wednesday we are having a read through rehearsal with the actors.

Looks like we have a Pizza supplier so that’s taken care of. The location is truly superior to our first choice. That’s serendipity I guess.”  – communique

Photo by Carl Nelson

Seattle Celebrity News!

July 20, 2011

"Whatever it takes!"

Celebrated Actor to Produce Movie Here! 

Paul Eenhoorn has scripted an independent movie soon to be shot in Seattle.  This celebrated Seattle actor, who plays the role of ‘Pops’ in the recently produced for TV pilot, The Divine Marigolds, has already assembled crew and backers for the shoot.  And Paul plans also to direct the feature, currently titled ROOM 13.   What’s it about?  In Paul’s words: “I can only describe it as a dance.  It’s about what happens to people who introduce a piece or a story about themselves that is captivating, and sad.”  To hear more about Paul, click on our exclusive Seattle Celebrity News! interview with Paul Eenhoorn posted HERE, last year.  

If you would like to become somehow involved in a movie production, (without having to move to Hollywood and smooze smug, sleazy, morally bankrupt producers and end up taking drugs and stuff and/or humiliating/debasing/selling your lovely flesh, (too cheaply, I’m sure!…) go to: http://www.indiegogo.com/ROOM-13-A-Short-Film   Backers are always welcome.  Helpers are often welcome.  Hangers on are sometimes welcome.  (Could depend upon how well you hang.  (I said that, not Paul.)  Give it a shot.  Whatever, you’ll like Paul I’m sure. – Editor 

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Seattle Celebrity News!

April 5, 2011

Editor’s Note:  Theater is about Everybody.  And no theater group in this town is as open to ‘everybody’ as WARP.  You walk in the door, and you’re a member.  You bring something in to read, and it’s read.  You want to act – or may not intend to act – and you very well may end up on stage anyway because WARP probably hosts more productions of original work that any other theater group in Seattle. You can present anything you want and say anything you want.  And it’s all accomplished without any officers, board, special member classifications, budget, fundraisers, or government grants.  They’re just a collection of any odd person who likes the idea of doing theater. 

Here’s an Upcoming Show, Now!

 

Personal Testimonial for WARP Experience

“I was very impressed by the tale of a 1000 and one nights, and, feeling rather insecure about my appearance, I decided subconsciously at some point that I liked Sheherezade, and I chose her path. I figured, it didn’t matter what I looked like, it didn’t matter if I had money, if I could tell a story after story until those stories became wanted, important, indispensable, until people or a person wanted to hear what I have to say, then I was home free.
I choose writing as a primary art, with visual art, painting, drawing, as a back up. Writing has more power, I think. I have spent many nights curled in bed with a book, I couldn’t have gotten the same enjoyment if I had Mona Lisa on my bedroom wall. The comfort of words goes way beyond an image. Perhaps that was why worshiping the idols was a no-no. When you read a story you subconsciously embellish it with your own personal visions, and a picture – so desired by a 4 y. o. is not at all when you are over 13.
Of course, my big problem with that choice was that I couldn’t write worth a damn.
So, about the year 2000 I started writing a completely made up and a fictional book called The Asylum Of The Gods. I went about it by getting a bottle of Burgundy wine and writing whatever, and then talked about it to my current boyfriend. Worked great for him: by the time we broke up he wrote two books (never occurred to him before).
All I know is I kept getting better. I got a job at a hotel in Kent and became friends with Vira there. She wanted a boyfriend, so I suggested Craigslist. Guess what happened – she met Eric. Since he was a member of DAMN he invited her there, and she invited me. And we stuck with it.
Having one’s plays read is an awesome experience. Being able to see something I wrote on the stage broke some sort of a wall of resistance I had nurtured for a very long time. I started writing like possessed. I had my first short play performed in the fall of 2005. And I was in it too! It was such a rush! I fell in love with the theater. Everything about it: the adrenaline rush when being up on the stage, the writing, working a piece, hearing real feedback. All of it. I calmed down a bit with time, but I still can think of nothing better than making my dream come true. And that is what DAMN/WARP was/is for me. Just because there were people who would get up on a stage and read my play made me believe in myself and made me realize that I could write. Something I wasn’t so sure about. DAMN/WARP made it happen. Even though I finished my first novel by the time I got there, I needed an audience. All artists do. Having a place to go to have something read is an answer to my prayer. No matter what the world does, no matter what stupid things I have to do to pay rent, nothing compares to what WARP does, graciously allowing people from all walks of life to come in and present their labors of love.”  – Rita Andreeva

 


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