Thanks again to Crazytown and to my loyal reader(s?). Hehe. The last few weeks have been busy (mostly with a Fringe production) so I advent devoted the time I'd like to this blog. Still kinda burnt out.
Anyways, back to noir. Noir has lent itself to exaggeration over the years. This exaggeration makes it ripe for parody (I am rather fond of the term Disney Noir). And with parody comes a huge swath of actors from Bob Hope to Steve Martin. But alack, there's a new parody in town. 'Tis Brine Shrimp Gangsters.
A heads up: freshwater kills brine shrimp. Just like a silver bullet and werewolves. Exactly. BSG had a staged reading last November and a production at The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival this summer.
For your reading pleasure, Brine Shrimp Gangsters!
BRYAN STUBBLES is a playwright and sometime screenwriter. His full-length play Death Sings in the Shadows had a staged reading at the Babcock Theatre in Salt Lake City in December. His one-act play The Wicked Life of Patience Boston had a reading in West Virginia in December as well. Brine Shrimp Gangsters will be published later this year by Smith & Kraus.