Monday, July 23, 2012

CINO NIGHTS Book Reading

Already happened at the end of June, sorry for not noticing it earlier. But here are two amazing photos of Kathryn and Meave during the event to launch the newly published CINO NIGHTS: Plays from Rising Phoenix Rep, edited by Daniel Talbott and Addie Johnson.

From what I can spot I can say that I love Kathryn's dress. Wow, Meave growing to a beautiful young woman. It looks like they had much fun.

Read here about the event and see a few more photos. 

Photo Credit: Daniel Talbott

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

HardSparks Photo

Oh wonder - oh wonder. In the end we see at least one photo of Kathryn at SparkHampton. She is looking amazing. I had loved to get more information and photos of this stage event in the Hamptons. Maybe there will pop up more in future...

Photo Flash: Seth Numrich, Kathryn Erbe and More in SPARKHAMPTON

by BWW News Desk at BroadwayWorld

HardSparks, a New York City-based theater company, presented the first in a series of site-specific performances of new plays to take place in Southampton. SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays featured work by Crystal Skillman (Cut, Wild), J.Stephen Brantley (Eightythree Down, Blood Grass), and Daniel Talbott (Slipping, Yosemite), who also directed the three pieces. SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays featured J. Stephen Brantley, Kathryn Erbe, Brian Miskell, Seth Numrich, and Jelena Stupljanin. Check out the production in the photos below!
For this first venture, Hard Sparks teamed with fashion stylist Irene Albright, who hosted the event at her Southampton home. The idea for SparkHampton: The Wickapogue Plays was birthed when frequent collaborators J.Stephen Brantley and Daniel Talbott discussed Brantley’s Southampton home, which he shares year-round with Associate Producer Robert M. Lohman. Brantley and Talbott loved the idea of bringing new work to Southampton, which is known for its local productions of revivals and readings.
They also enlisted Crystal Skillman, one of the hottest indie playwrights today with productions in Chicago, London and New York, as well as Indie Theatre Now, the online publishing outpost of New York Theatre Experience, Inc. It will publish the entire series of plays.

For more about the series, visit
Photo credit: Daniel Talbott

Law & Order: Criminal Intent - 'The 8th Year'

With thank to BobbyG from My Big Fat Freakin' Life.

Law  & Order: Criminal Intent - 'The 8th Year' of the Dick Wolf-Created Series is Coming to DVD

Late October release from Shout! Factory Posted by David Lambert 7/09/2012 at TVShowsonDVD

Shout! Factory's licensed-from-Universal release of The 7th Year DVDs hit stores just a few weeks ago. Now the studio has scheduled an October 23rd in-store date for Law & Order: Criminal Intent - The 8th Year. The 4-disc package, whose artwork is shown below, will set you back no more than $44.99 SRP. But you can already pre-order this from at a nice discount.