My friend Matt Nation once said to me the reason people love performers is because they seem so much freer than everyone else. I love that concept and I take that a step further. People watching in NYC, and in my own experience, most people are never nearly as free as they are to be themselves, and to honestly express themselves as they are with their own families. The most introverted people become performers around their own families. I think people love performers because performers can somehow treat EVERYONE like family.
For any schools, theaters, arts & culture orgs, anyone in the NYC or tri-state area who are interested in booking the `Speare Bearer’s ONE-MAN STREET SHAKESPEARE show, 35 minutes of electrifying solo Shakespeare scenes! “Like” it on Facebook! Spread the Word!
The great thing a kid gives you is always something a little unexpected happening every minute, so it’s what actors strive for, moment to moment life, and the kid ensures it, that’s what a kid brings to the scene.. Cause he’s not going to do it the same way twice.
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Hello all. `Speare Bearer here. As some of you might know, I took a hiatus from my ONE-MAN STREET SHAKESPEARE ON A BIKE tour around the US, and flew back home to Florida where my folks are about a week and a half ago to get some much needed rest, as I was suffering some pretty debilitating, persistent, and indomitable exhaustion the last two months, as well as to attend my 10 yr high school reunion. Well, that’s all done, and I feel strong again. I am hoping to fly back out to Chicago, and finish my last leg of the tour to New York from there. The problem is, I am completely out of money.
I’ve been on this tour for nearly six months now, and I think overall it’s been an even greater success than I ever imagined it could be. I’d like the chance to finish it strong, as well as make it home to New York before it gets too cold. I want to end this tour doing better shows, more frequently than any other point in the trip. So, for this last, final push I am imploring you all who believe in this project, it’s merit, and just all the work my director Jolie and I have done since last July (She’s just had a baby this past month BTW!!!!) please hit donate and give anything you can, as soon as you can, so I can book a flight to Chicago and finish this mission.
I know many of you have been supporting my throughout my journey, and know truly, from the bottom of my heart, that this trip is probably one of the best things that’s ever happened to me. I thank God for this opportunity, and I am so deeply appreciative of all of your help, and support, monetary or otherwise over the past year. But I still have a little ways to go, and I’d just like to opportunity to finish this thing the way it should be finished.
That’s it. There’s no long speech. I just need a plane ticket to Chicago, to get back on my bike before August, and the sooner you donate the better, because it will take a few days to process and transfer your donations to my bank account. If you do have the inclination to donate something, anything, please, please, please follow it. Please help if you can, and spread the word. And feel free to go back, check out my blog archives and review for yourself the crazy details of my little Shakespearean adventure thus far. God bless you.
This is an article Entertainment Weekly just published about some of the most exciting new webseries about young adults in the US, and some of my closest friends in Chicago, Ted Evans, Kate Carson Groner-Lippert, and Michael Lippert, all of whom I went to Savannah College of Art and Design with, made the list with their awesome comedy webseries Funemployed! They write, direct, star in, edit this whole thing themselves and it’s DOPE! Check them out!!!!