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Not this April 1, either.


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HAPPY EASTER


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THAT ONE SHADOW IS GETTING DARKER AND READY TO REVEAL ITSELF:
My Music
THE ALBUM PROJECT ICON
Song number 8 finished
Logic Pro X icon
AUDIO RECORDING - ENGINEERING ICON

Though I have not fully absorbed a lot of the info in the Udemy on-line course, "Music Production in Logic Pro X," with Tomas George, I have, nevertheless, began the new mix for "Just One Shadow." I'm taking my time, though it's not going too terribly slowly. I started last night and I'd say I'm approaching maybe around half-way through the remix. The goal is to have it mixed and mastered by this coming weekend.

All the work, of course, is and will be in Logic Pro X. I am already finding it far more musically friendly than Final Cut Pro X, which is as it should be, since FCPX isn't specifically for mixing and mastering audio music files, despite that it has many attributes that lend themselves to such.

This evening will mark the second round of mixing, though maybe not the last. I have a lot of other creative irons in the fire and an almost intimdating to-do list, but I am taking my time with this mix, yet sticking with it with that intent to finish it, along with the mastering, before Saturday.

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Final Cut Pro X icon
VIDEO PRODUCTION STUFF ICON
The only further preproduction for the "Just One Shadow" music video has been adding more photos to the library of options for the montages. Some are new ones provided by those responding to my calls, plus some more that I've again curated from the Creative Commons website. In terms of other preproduction, I have given a lot of mental thought to what I want to do. I'd say I have even created some storyboards in my head, if not on paper. I also have a decent idea of the image flow for the DV movie which is why I went back to Creative Commons, to look for specific sorts of images for specific spots in the song. If possible, I'll shoot some live footage this weekend. There are a couple different concepts that can be shot easily after the song is mastered. So, if the mastering is done by the weekend, which seems pretty likely, then I can shoot some of the live action footage Saturday.


ISO 2FS, MID-50S, RACE/ETHNICITY OPEN:
THE ROOMMATE logo.
The Director icon

Auditions for The Roommate are just a week away. Once again, for those in the back, we're looking for two women who can play mid-fifties, and race and ethnicity is open. Might I add that these are two really good, strong female roles for middle-aged women -- an often overlooked demographic, even on stage. Also, I hope greatly that we do not have to cast this as an all-white cast. It all depends on who shows up and what their auditions are like. Until after April 13 passes, there are details for the audition just below.

In general preproduction for the show, I met this past week with our Covid Protocol Officer, Heather Atkinson, and our Production Stage Manager/First AD, Deirdre Root, to discuss the overall plan for out Covid safety protocols for auditions and all in-person work during production. I also met with Set Designer Jeff Sams to discuss what the show needs.

VIDEO PRODUCTION STUFF ICON
In specific DV movie preproduction I shot a little bit of test footage in the theatre space, specifically to see if I can have some sound cues played at low levels that I can then superimpose the same cues over at a higher volume in the movie editing process. I also shot the video at 60 frames per second (fps) to see if I can shoot at this higher quality then convert it down to 30 fps for the final cut, without getting something hinky. As yet I haven't loaded the clips into Final Cut Pro X to finish the testing, but that will happen soon.

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Setting the DV camcorder to 60 fps.
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Playing the sound cue at a low level in the theatre space through Show Cue Systems.
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TEXT YADDA YADDAStriking the tripod.


      
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Dayton Theatre Guild
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Meanwhile, the renovations at The Guild are moving along. We're ticking a lot of things off our To-Do list. We have received shipment of our new box office counter, which will be up and running and sitting there all pretty when the audience members are back at the end of the summer.


ONCE MORE FROM THE HOME OFFICE:
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COVID-19

Finally, after a week of frigid temperatures, it was a nice day today to do my work-at-home on the outside patio. As I stated before in another blog post, this remote working set-up is winding to its ending. By mid-summer, if not earlier, I, as well as my co-workers, will be back in the office, five days a week. I can't say that I am 100% enthused about that development. This remote-working set-up was one of the few things about this year of covid-pandemic happenstance that I could give an exuberant thumbs up to. Well, as George Harrison once sang: "All things must pass."

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Not sure if there are any new angles left from which to shoot these "working on my patio" pics.



EASTER SUNDAY AT THE GLEN:
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HIKING ICON
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Most things point to there being a light at the end of this covid tunnel. But, we are still in the tunnel, so I have missed my second Easter dinner in a row with my family. Instead, I spent some time Easter Sunday at the Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs, Ohio, not too terribly far from my home. I'm still not making that multiple hikes in a week goal that I need to accomplish. But, I get my second vaccination shot tomorrow, (some referring to them as the "Fauci Ouchie"), so I may, in a few weeks, start going back into the gym, which, though I have had the opportunity to do for a few months now, I have not trusted as a safe, smart move. I still want to hit the forests as much as I can, but some work on the elliptical machine, as well as getting back to some weight lifting and other resistance training will be welcome as soon as I feel safe about it.

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At the actual "Yellow Springs" inside the preserve, from which the village derives its name.
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The portion of the Miami Valley Bike Trails going through Yellow Springs. I trekked a few hundred yards of it at the end of my hike to get back to the parking lot where my car was.
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The Glen Helen building, which a few years ago, was the last place I saw and spoke to the great Marsha Hanna, before her passing. We were there to see a special presentation of the one-person play, Underneath the Lintel, starring the incomparable Bruce Cromer.


stay tuned for a link in this spot to the new K.L.'S FINE ARTS VITA
Meanwhile, click here for K.L.'s up-to-date résumé




Tue, Apr 6, 2021

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COVID-19 INFORMATION LINKS





AND YET THE MOLASSIS IS MOVING:
My Music
THE ALBUM PROJECT ICON
recording PRODUCER icon
AUDIO RECORDING - ENGINEERING ICON
Logic Pro X icon
Song number 8 finished

fb post - "It's always nice when at one point in the evening I'm shouting, red-faced at the computer, 'HOW THE #@$% DO I DO THIS?!?!' But then 25, 30 minutes later, I know the answer."

Remixing "Just One Shadow" was a little bogged down last night as I ran into an obstacle. I didn't know how to alter the reverb in one section alone, without affecting the setting from previous in the mix.

I was working with a grouping of vocals assigned to one of the auxiliary buses in the Logic Pro X project for the song. I was also working with the function, Automation, which allows you to alter settings for such things as volume, stereo pan, and the different elements of effects, like reverb, and place the settings at different levels in different points in the song. I was running into trouble changing the settings for the reverb for the choral arrangement. It took me a while, but I finally figured it out, but, in the meantime, my progress for the evening was stunted, if not stopped.

In the first email message response to a blog post that I have received in quite a few years, I was asked why I used the graphic, "Song #8 Finished," when I'm writing about still mixing and mastering the song. The answer is: "finished" refers to "finished arranging and recording."




DOSE DOS:
COVID-19
HEALTHWISE ICON
This afternoon I get my second Moderna Covid-19 vaccine shot.

I am bracing myself for any hard-core side effects that might bombard me. I had no reactions, except the usual minor soreness at the injection site, from the first shot last month. But I have heard stories about shot number two that run the gambit from "meh" to "knocked me on my ass!"

Yes, but honestly, twenty-four to thirty-six hours, or so, of feeling crappy is a small price to pay.


THE ROOMMATE logo.
Streaming June 24-27
Stream pass: $12.50
available now...
BookTix - buy stream pass https://dayton.booktix.com



email me at KL_Storer@yahoo.com. www.facebook.com/klstorer; Instagram - KL_Storer; Twitter @klstorer






Dayton Theatre Guild
AUDITION NOTICE

THE ROOMMATE logo.
Stay tuned for audition information
for the 2021/2022 Season



The Roommate
by Jen Silverman
THE ROOMMATE logo.

Auditions will be held by reservation on Mon & Tue, April 12 & 13, 2021, starting at 7:00 pm both nights. Spots are limited.

To reserve a spot on one of the two nights go to: www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0E4AAEAD2EA6FA7-auditions

Please reserve a spot on only one night.

It's important to go to the link and sign up for a spot. Because of Covid safety protocols, we are limiting the amount of auditioning actors who can be in the building. Walk-ins are not guaranteed entrance unless there is a vacancy in the predetermined 12 spots.

There will be callbacks on Wednesday, April 14.

The Dayton Theatre Guild at the Caryl D. Philips TheatreScape
430 Wayne Ave, Dayton OH, 45410
937-278-5993    www.daytontheatreguild.org

These all will be in-person at The Guild -- Covid protocols will be observed. Masks will be required except for during specific brief moments during audition -- and protocols will still be observed.

PLEASE, IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OR HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WHO HAS OR IS INFECTED, PLEASE DO NOT COME TO AUDITIONS DURING YOUR QUARANTINE PERIOD.

Directed by K.L.Storer

Production Dates: June 24-27, 2021

This will be a pre-recorded streaming production, which will show in six separate streaming events over the last weekend of June.
*see below for rehearsal and shooting schedule.

Sharon, in her mid-fifties, is recently divorced and needs a roommate to share her Iowa home. Robyn, also in her mid-fifties, needs a place to hide and a chance to start over. But as Sharon begins to uncover Robyn's secrets, they encourage her own deep-seated desire to transform her life completely. A dark comedy about what it takes to re-route your life -- and what happens when the wheels come off.

Casting Requirements:

  • Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
  • A résumé and headshot are not required but are appreciated.
  • Please bring all scheduling conflicts, including weekends, between Apr 15 and June 11, 2021.

CHARACTER
      NOTES
Sharon
      54 year-old woman (race/ethnicity open)
Sharon is not naive but she has lived a stereotypical, normal, Midwestern, middle-class life with little sense of adventure. She's still a little wounded and disillusioned by her recent divorce. Her craving for adventure is awoken by the introduction of Robyn into her life.

Robyn
      56 year-old woman (race/ethnicity open)
Robyn is a more worldly woman with a darker past who is trying to turn over a new leaf. She has a tinge of cynicism coming from hard knocks.

*(actors need to be able to play these ages rather than actually be these ages)

*This show contains adult language and situations

Rehearsal are on the following overall schedule of Apr 19-May 26*
(usually Mon-Thu)
Sat, May 29 will be the Tech rehearsal
Performance will be shot June 1-4 (Tue-Fri)
Tentative Pick-up shoot day is Sat, June 5 (if necessary)
Possible Additional Dialogue Recording during week of June 7-11 (if necessary)
*First two weeks on Zoom

Covid protocols will be followed for all in-person work

For more information please contact:
K.L.Storer - kl.storer@daytontheatreguild.org

Again, to reserve a spot either Monday, Apr 12 or Tuesday, Apr 13, go to:
www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0E4AAEAD2EA6FA7-auditions




PROMOTIONS:

BE OR NOT, a movie by K.L.Storer. Starring Natasha Randall and Craig Roberts. Director of photography, Fred Boomer



Still for sale, 'STILL ME' on DVD, http://brookwoodfilms.com/buy.html
As an actor I was privileged to have a small roll in this multi-award winning, very touching, most poignant short film. I was further privileged to accept the award, on behalf of Beth McElhenny, for Best Family Film at the 2008 Secret City Film Festival in Oakridge, Tennessee. The film has won awards far more than that one time. Click on the image to go to the official site and see the successes, thus far.



AND NOW, TO PROMOTE SOME THEATRE....

THE COMING ATTRACTION AT MY HOME THEATRE, THE DAYTON THEATRE GUILD

THE ROOMMATE, by Jen Silverman, at The Dayton Theatre Guild.

Directed by K.L.Storer

Sharon, in her mid-fifties, is recently divorced and needs a roommate to share her Iowa home. Robyn, also in her mid-fifties, needs a place to hide and a chance to start over. But as Sharon begins to uncover Robyn's secrets, they encourage her own deep-seated desire to transform her life completely. A dark comedy about what it takes to re-route your life -- and what happens when the wheels come off.

Stream pass: $12.50
available now...
BookTix - buy stream pass https://dayton.booktix.com

Auditions will be held by reservation on Mon & Tue, April 12 & 13, 2021, starting at 7:00 pm both nights. Spots are limited.

To reserve a spot on one of the two nights go to: www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0E4AAEAD2EA6FA7-auditions

Please reserve a spot on only one night.

It's important to go to the link and sign up for a spot. Because of Covid safety protocols, we are limiting the amount of auditioning actors who can be in the building. Walk-ins are not guaranteed entrance unless there is a vacancy in the predetermined 12 spots.

There will be callbacks on Wednesday, April 14.

These all will be in-person at The Guild -- Covid protocols will be observed. Masks will be required except for during specific brief moments during audition -- and protocols will still be observed.

PLEASE, IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OR HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WHO HAS OR IS INFECTED, PLEASE DO NOT COME TO AUDITIONS DURING YOUR QUARANTINE PERIOD.

*see below for rehearsal and shooting schedule.

Casting Requirements:

• Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
• A résumé and headshot are not required but are encouraged.
• Please bring all scheduling conflicts, including weekends, between Apr 15 and June 11, 2021.

CHARACTER
      NOTES
Sharon
      54 year-old woman (race/ethnicity open)
Sharon is not naive but she has lived a stereotypical, normal, Midwestern, middle-class life with little sense of adventure. She's still a little wounded and disillusioned by her recent divorce. Her craving for adventure is awoken by the introduction of Robyn into her life.

Robyn
      56 year-old woman (race/ethnicity open)
Robyn is a more worldly woman with a darker past who is trying to turn over a new leaf. She has a tinge of cynicism coming from hard knocks.

*(actors need to be able to play these ages rather than actually be these ages)

Rehearsal are on the following overall schedule of Apr 19-May 26*
(usually Mon-Thu)
Sat, May 29 will be the Tech rehearsal
Performance will be shot June 1-4 (Tue-Fri)
Tentative Pick-up shoot day is Sat, June 5 (if necessary)
Possible Additional Dialogue Recording during week of June 7-11 (if necessary)
*First two weeks on Zoom

Covid protocols will be followed for all in-person work

The show will stream on-line in six separate streaming events June 24-27, 2021

*This show contains adult language and situations

For more information please contact:
Director K.L.Storer at kl.storer@daytontheatreguild.org

Again, to reserve a spot either Monday, Apr 12 or Tuesday, Apr 13, go to:
www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0E4AAEAD2EA6FA7-auditions

Dayton Theatre Guild Dayton Theatre Guild -- "See you in AUGUST 2021"
ANNOUNCEMENT -- THE 2021/2021 SEASON
IS ON THE HORIZON!

We look forward to welcoming our audience back into the Caryl D. Philips TheatreScape for in-person, live performances, starting this coming August, when we plan to kick off our 2021/2022 season.

We're excited about offering you a robust season. Please stay tuned for show and ticket information.

We have been fortunate to have your loyal patronage for all these years, and we are impatient to get back to the business of "Giving You Good Theatre, Done Well!"

Be well and stay safe!
Dayton Theatre Guild




And, if you live close by or will be visiting soon, check out these other theatres in the greater Dayton Ohio area:

  • Beavercreek Community Theatre
  • Bespoke Theatre *(facebook page) -- Dayton
  • The Black Box Improv Theatre -- Dayton
  • Brookville Community Theatre
  • Caesar's Ford Theatre, Inc -- Xenia
  • Cedarville University -- Cedarville
  • Clark State Community College Theatre Program -- Springfield
  • Dare to Defy Productions -- Dayton
  • Dayton Live -- Dayton
  • Dayton Playhouse
  • Encore Theater Company -- Dayton
  • Epiphany Players Drama Ministry -- Dayton
  • Human Race Theatre Company -- Dayton
  • Lebanon Theatre Company -- Lebanon
  • La Comedia Dinner Theatre -- Springboro
  • The Magnolia Theatre Company -- Dayton
  • The Playground Theatre -- Dayton
  • Sinclair Community College Theatre -- Dayton
  • Springboro Community Theatre
  • Springfield Civic Theatre
  • Springfield StageWorks
  • Tipp City Players Community Theatre
  • Town Hall Theatre -- Centerville
  • Troy Civic Theatre -- Troy
  • Undercroft Players -- Dayton
  • University of Dayton *U.D. link is here, but it seems difficult to find the season at the site
  • Wright State University -- Beavercreek
  • X*ACT: Xenia Area Community Theater
  • Yellow Springs Center Stage -- Yellow Springs
  • Young at Heart Players -- Dayton
  • tHe Zoot Theatre Company -- Dayton
  • KNOW OF A LOCAL THEATRE COMPANY THAT SHOULD
    BE ADDED? LET ME KNOW AT KL_Storer@yahoo.com

    That is, one within a 60 minute
    drive from the Dayton, Ohio area




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