The First 2018 Hollywood Fringe Workshop!
In January, Jenn and Greg attended the 1st workshop for the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival, one of the biggest arts festivals in Los Angeles, at Thymele Arts. The topic? How to find a proper venue amongst all the Los Angeles rentals. Jenn sat on the panel and talked about finding event rentals Los Angeles.
Behind the Scenes on “Ars Longa”
Producers are always on the lookout for the best filming locations in Los Angeles. If you've ever tried producing your own work, you know that finding affordable film locations for rent can be tough. Filming in LA isn't always easy, but we strive to make our spaces film friendly locations. The team behind Ars Longa...
The Valentine’s Day Special
It's Valentine's Day. Jenn and Greg escaped to Catalina to celebrate the occasion and enjoyed a quiet, romantic island night together. This is not that video. No, instead, we want to share with you a magical moment that happened at studio/stage last month.
Exploring The Hobgoblin Playhouse
You've probably seen Jenn's Official video tour of The Hobgoblin Playhouse. Now, take a walk through this famed Hollywood location-turned-Fringe Venue as seen through Greg's snarky camera lens. Greg loves exploring classic Hollywood theaters in Los Angeles, and other types of Hollywood event venues. Hollywood venue.
Your Formal Introduction to The Hobgoblin Playhouse
Today, Jenn takes us on a guided Hollywood Fringe Venue tour of the Hobgoblin Playhouse, one of many historical Hollywood venues on the Walk of Fame. The team from StageCrafts is bringing it back for the 2018 Fringe! The Hobgoblin was once known as the Paul G. Gleason and the Cupcake Theater. Enjoy our video tour!
FAQ For Renters, Part 2 – Facility Questions (Updated February 2018)
Welcome to Part Two of Our Frequently Asked Questions! Our friends at the Theatrical Producers League of Los Angeles have created a Renting Producer’s Question Guide for Venues. It’s a handy FAQ for Renters; a document that all producers in need of a venue should bring with them on a tour. It will remind you of the questions you know you need to ask, and give you a few questions you never knew you needed the answers to (until now, that is). We decided to take the Question Guide and post our answers here for your convenience. Take a look!
FAQ for Renters, Part 1 – Payments, Fines, Insurance, and Safety (Updated Feb. 2018)
Our friends at the Theatrical Producers League of Los Angeles have created a Renting Producer's Question Guide for Venues. It's a handy document that all producers in need of a venue should bring with them on a tour. It will remind you of the questions you know you need to ask, and give you a few questions you never knew you needed the answers to (until now, that is). We decided to take the Question Guide and post our answers here for your convenience. Take a look!
Good News, Everyone!
It's Fringe Pre-Season, and we've been overwhelmed with booking requests for this year's festival! Such a nice problem to have. We've also been hard at work at a bunch of other really exciting stuff. What could that be? Well, you have to watch the episode to find out. 😉 Let's just say that the news is... big.
Exploring Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire
It's Wednesday afternoon. Most people are at work. Greg and his buddy Brett? They're taking an important meeting down at Downtown Disney, just outside of Disneyland and California Adventure in Anaheim, and checking out the immersive VR game Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, by The Void.
First reading of “The Anniversary Issue” by Gregory Crafts
Ever wonder how new plays are developed? Well, Greg has been working on a new script for a while now called "The Anniversary Issue." After more than a year of working on it on-and-off, he's finally completed the first draft. So, what happens when you've got a brand new script? You read it!