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Brad McEntire is an Artistic Director of a small-batch theatre company, a playwright, a solo performer, a director, a visual artist, a podcast host, an improvisation pioneer and a webcartoonist...
Brad McEntire is an Artistic Director of a small-batch theatre company, a playwright, a solo performer, a director, a visual artist, a podcast host, an improvisation pioneer and a webcartoonist...

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Raspberry Fizz now on Kindle
Over the past year and a half I have been slowly rolling out a series of my one-acts on Amazon's Kindle platform. The third and last in the series is  Raspberry Fizz . Raspberry Fizz  premiered at the 2012 Out of the Loop Festival in Addison, Texas. Directe...

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Looking Back at 2016
For the last few years I've been using this site as a kind of portfolio to collect together my creative and theatre projects (to be honest, that's pretty much the main and sole point of this website). I have also been doing a little year-in-review thing ove...

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I am acting again
DREAMING ELECTRIC a tthe Ochre House I was in a play. It was called DREAMING ELECTRIC . I played a rather fictionalized version of the real-life inventor/businessman George Westinghouse . It has been nearly a decade since I was solely an actor in a producti...

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Sale on eBooks until Dec. 30
My two theatre works I BROUGHT HOME A CHUPACABRA and DINOSAUR AND ROBOT STOP A TRAIN are available for the reduced price of $1.99 each until the end of December. Own and read my twisted little stage works. Get one or both for your Kindle today! I BROUGHT HO...

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A Very Nouveau Holiday 2016
For the last three years I have participated in Nouveau 47 Theatre's annual collection of short seasonal plays called A Very Nouveau Holiday. I'm pleased that once again a play of mine has been accepted. Here's a blurb about the evening as a whole. The prod...

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Problem Solvers of the World
I had a screenwriting teacher one time call artists "The Problem Solvers of the World." Seems about right. And means the work of artists is needed more than ever in the world right now...

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Just Say Thanks After the Show
Theatre people, particularly actors, are not always great at taking compliments/feedback/criticism/etc. from audience members after a performance. In the lobby, post-show, one can find actors making excuses, leaning into a compliments, becoming defensive or...

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Off the Grind...
I have retreated a bit from the grind. The grind is what I call the ever-present need to keep getting work in front of people, to keep my name out there, to try to move the ball that is my career further down the field ( a very crowded, continually difficul...

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Bike Soccer Jamboree Episode 51 - Work Habits
In Episode 51 of the completely unnecessary podcast Bike Soccer Jamboree , Jeff Hernandez and I discuss living the creative life. We go over productivity routines, doing a few big, important things vs. lots of small projects and, most of all, how to maneuve...
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