Once again, I have to express my gratitude to Eric Morrison for contributing this latest script and also to Benzone50 for being the consummate collab casting director.
Here are the players for episode 19:
Character A is TheHairyGeek
Character B is Audionautix
Character C is Anna M
Congratulations to the new cast and a special thanks to all who expressed interest in this episode! We should have a new script up next week!
Here's the next WEBCAMS script.
This one was written by Eric Morrison (his WEBCAMS writing debut!) and has three parts up for grabs. Like we did for the last script, go ahead and leave a comment saying which part you're interested in and then Benzone50 will make the final casting decision. It's Tuesday now, so I'll say that Sunday is the deadline for your comments.
After revising the casting/audition process for WEBCAMS, we now have our first cast under the new system! The episode is "Only Sheeple Boycott BP" and I am truly excited about this lineup:
Character A (the dense ignoramus) will be played by Eric Morrison.
Character B (the enlightened champion of hemp) will be played by TheChurchofDave (his WEBCAMS debut!).
Character C (the open-minded one) will be played by CulturalEnigma (her WEBCAMS debut!).
Character D (the denser ignoramus) will be brought to life by the always engaging CupcakeandTea (her second episode!!!).
Much thanks to all who expressed interest in this episode! A new script will be up for grabs next week! Please take a few minutes to check out all of the upcoming players, watch their videos, and subscribe to their channels.
Here it is, the next available WEBCAMS script! This concept came from Benzone50 and proved to be a real challenge -- at least on my end of the writing process. While it isn't necessarily funny "ha-ha", the message was so strong that I decided we needed to run with it anyhow.
All parts are available, except for part B. I'm revising the casting process, so please sound off in the comments about which part you'd like to play. Benzone50 will be acting as my casting director and I'll notify you in a few days which part you should tape for. If you don't hear from me, be sure to check back to this page for the final cast list.
Click past the break for the script and the directorial video!
And the machine keeps churning out the scripts! The next WEBCAMS script and directorial video are up for grabs after the break. As always, the :20 song challenge goes out to all my musically-inclined friends to create an original piece of music for the episode -- I can use two different pieces, one for the beginning of the episode and one for the end, so don't think that Chris LeBrane has a monopoly on this!
Additionally, I'm interested in having some new title sequences to rotate through .... so if you'd like to try your hand at coming up with a :15 piece, I'd love to see it and potentially use it!
I think if I were to count all the times Ben has proven himself to be an integral contributor not only to WEBCAMS but also my creative process, I'd probably run out of fingers and toes really fast. Inspired by Jimmer's write-up, Ben took a moment to put together his own thoughts about WEBCAMS and the collaborative experience. The piece was originally posted to Ben's personal blog, and I've reposted it below with his permission.
Please take a moment to click past the break and read what Ben has to say. And don't forget to visit his blog.
I've been digging around, trying to come up with a good way to present the music of WEBCAMS and, more specifically, the music of one of my regular collaborators, Chris LeBrane. I think I was expecting some kind of lightning bolt to strike my brain and a subsequent eureka! moment, but that never happened.
So I realized that the least I can do is just start posting his tunes to the blog here and offer to let him write a commentary about the individual tracks. Hopefully, this will work as well for you as it does for me.
Enjoy the song "If I Only Had A Leg" in the player below, watch for it in Friday's episode of WEBCAMS, and check out Chris's commentary after the break!
The other day, WEBCAMS contributor and a personal YouTube friend sent me a link to blog he wrote to accompany episode 14 of WEBCAMS. It was a nice commentary and I wanted to share it with as many people as possible. So, with Jimmer's permission, here's his blog, reposted after the break. Be sure to check out the original post and Jimmer's blog.
The anguished musings of a jack-of-all trades creative professional based out of Sanford, Florida. Find out more about him here. You know, if that's your 'thing'.
Most of my production music is original but if I need something extra-special, I usually get it from AudioNautix.com: