What's Next

Coming Soon!!

Directing:

Sequestered Soliloquies VI
By 10 Amazing Playwrights, 10 Incredible Actors, and 10 Fantastic Directors

Produced by 
Bag & Baggage Productions

Sunday Feb 28 at 7PM pacific time - FREE!!

We’ve made it to 2021, COVID vaccines are rolling out, and we just came out on the other side of an Oregon snowpocalypse – things are looking up! We’re also excited to be collaborating with LineStorm Playwrights and PDX Playwrights to bring a sixth round of Sequestered Soliloquies your way, with a theme capturing our current mood: “The Light at the End of the Tunnel”. Ten teams (playwright, actor, director) will create, rehearse, and perform brand-new monologues, which will be streamed directly to your screens on B&B’s Facebook and YouTube pages starting at 7:00pm on Sunday, February 28th. Each monologue incorporates a line borrowed from “The Woman Who Was Done” - an aptly-titled short story from a 1902 Sunday Edition of The St. Louis [Missouri] Republic, which contains one of the earliest appearances of the phrase “light at the end of the tunnel”. (You learn something new every day…) If you can’t catch us live on the 28th, don’t worry: a full video of all the soliloquies will be available on our website for anytime viewing, along with the videos of our other five rounds of Sequestered Soliloquies. Thanks for continuing to celebrate virtual instant theatre with us!
This edition of Sequestered Soliloquies will be available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel for you to view whenever and wherever you want!
Watch on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bagnbaggage
Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl0zADVJTR7YRqSxb0L6Qcg




 





Continuing Projects:
Acting in:
Dick Strange: American Made
Web series (ongoing)
An underachieving adult film director encounters the one thing that could forever change his ways: a nine-year-old daughter he never knew he had. 
Created by Tommy Harrington 
Watch Episodes on AMAZON
WARNING - ADULT THEMES. People in underwear. Probably Not Safe For Work.


Acting In:
Joan Dark Gallery
by Rich Herstak

An entry in the Portland 48 hour film festival, this film was written, shot, edited and submitted for viewing in a total of 48 hours. It made it out of the initial rounds into the "Best Of" viewing.


Enjoy the film HERE