Brazen Wench Productions, LLC has announced its 2015-16 development slate in television, films, books, comics and web series.
As always, Brazen Wench Productions continues to support STEM outreach and to that end, the company has planned two television programs – Dr. Geek’s Lab (based on the popular audio show) and the time travel action adventure Continuum Force.
“I think our development slate shows not only our dedication to STEM outreach but also diversity in the projects we’ve chosen,” Executive Vice President of New Media, Film and Television JC De La Torre said, “From Science Fiction to mystery/drama, action adventure and horror we feel excited how these projects will introduce Brazen Wench Productions, LLC to Hollywood and the world.”
Also on the docket are newly announced films Tears of Poseidon and the Vampires of White Chapel, both literary adaptions. A television adaption of NY Times Best Seller Debbie Viguié ‘s mystery series Psalm 23 is also planned.
For the full production slate visit the Brazen Wench Productions website.
Brazen Wench Productions and Transmissions From Atlantis is very excited to announce the addition of veteran voice actor Chris Harrington to the cast of Continuum Force! Chris is indeed an actor in spite of all his many attempts to be something else. He is currently playing the role of “Mr. Flask” in the audio adventure “Dr. Geek’s Laboratory of Applied Geekdom.” He recently appeared in Broken Pieces, directed and produced by David Toda. Late in the twentieth century, he performed in three seasons as a member of the Comedy troupe “Humerus” of Davis California, despite having never attended the university there. Before that, he has participated in numerous drama classes and school productions mostly for his love of behaving strangely while wearing silly costumes.
Chris received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2011 for Visual Effects and Animation from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. It turns out being a good animator means being a good actor too, so in one of his last semesters at the Academy, he played roughly half of the role of the Uncle in Paula Vogel’s “How I Learned to Drive,” again under the direction of David Toda. This constant, off-again on-again fascination with acting lead Chris to the role of Mister Flask, and his degree and various other life experiences allowed him to also wear the hats of Art Director and “Audio Imagineer” for Dr. Geek’s Lab.
If he had a motto it would be, “Live simply, and have complicated fantasies!”
Lorie will play Rebecca Dannard, as well as many of the incidental characters on the show. Lorie received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute where she studied painting, printmaking, photography, commercial design and video. Continuing to Graduate School at the California Institute of the Arts she received her MFA in Film/Video.
After meeting her husband Joe Bevilacqua in 1996 they created Waterlogg Productions. Lorie began to utilize her comic voice and created many characters on their 4 year run of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour on XM radio. Lorie’s work can be heard on audio books and podcasts that include radio drama, science fiction, documentary, comedy and biography and all are available for download at www.waterlogg.com. All their podcasts and audio books can easily be found on her Waterlogg Productions Podcast app and can be downloaded at the Google Play Store for free.
Lorie is still a graphic designer creating all the design for Waterlogg Production. She also designs websites, logos, newsletters, newspaper & magazine layout, package design, ad design, and edits video & audio. As well as The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, Lorie interviews authors on her podcast Lorie’s Book Nook for The Bear Manor Radio Network (www.bearmanorradio.com).
There can be no better place to learn about Continuum Force than at Timegate this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia. CF cast members JC De La Torre, Rita De La Torre, Scott Viguie, Debbie Viguie and Ken Spivey will be at multiple panels and have fan tables. Ken’s band will be playing their thrilling blend of steampunk timelord rock.
We’ll also be hosting a panel on Continuum Force at 1pm on Saturday where we’ll be talking about the process of creating an audio play and give you a small snippet of episode one!
Since we consider ourselves in the spirit of Doctor Who and Stargate, we’re excited to make our debut at a convention dedicated to those two awesome shows!
Come see us!