More Accolades for The 39 Steps in Palm Springs!!

    Even more positive reviews continue to pour in for our production of The 39 Steps!

    The Desert Local News said "the audience roars its approval with howls of laughter throughout giving the cast a much deserved, standing ovation at the curtain call."

    And "Let’s start with Jeffery Cannata as Hannay, the handsome, dashing, visitor from Canada who is wrongly accused of murder and is on the run from Scotland Yard... in Cannata’s talented hands it’s all just a piece of cake. Can he and will he save the day, foil the spies and win the girl? You bet he will, and he does it with style, wry wit, and grace."

    You can read the entire review here.

    Meanwhile, The Desert Sun calls our production of The 39 Steps "the best show I’ve seen from that company"

    And "the camp comedy is pulled off with sophisticated acting."

    Read that review at the bottom of the page here.

    We resume performances with 2 shows tomorrow, starting our final week of the run!  Get tickets while you still can to see the show that everyone seems to love!



    All is Lost review on /Filmcast

    I joined the guys at /Filmcast for an in depth talk about the exceptional Robert Redford performance in All is Lost.  You can listen to the show here.  Hope you enjoy it!


    The 39 Steps Moves to Palm Springs, Continues Critical Acclaim!

    Our critically lauded production of The 39 Steps made the big move to Palm Springs last week, and opened to enthusiastic audiences and even more positive reviews.

    The Coachella Valley Independent raved, "The 39 Steps is a must-see, regardless of wet weather or any other excuse."

    "It’s an homage to Hitchcock, a murder-mystery that paradoxically rocks you with laughter and acting brilliance."

    "An unforgettable demonstration of acting chops by brilliant thespians. Their energy alone is breath-taking."

    "A display of pure talent is always exciting, and it will raise your respect for the profession to see this show."

    With praise that, how can you miss it?  The entire glowing review can be read here, and you can grab tickets for our remaining 7 performances here.


    DLC March Madness!

    UPDATE #3: VOTING is now open for Week 2!!  Get your votes in for the Spicer Division before next Monday, March 10th by voting here.

    UPDATE #2: VOTING is open for Week 1!  Help decide the winners during the live discussion on the DLC episode recording 11am March 3rd by submitting your votes for the first round here.

    UPDATE: At the end of the competition, the top 3 most accurate brackets submitted before Monday, March 3rd will win The Art of Titanfall books from Titan Books!  Send in your completed bracket to dlcfeedback@gmail.com now!


    Over on my weekly video game show DLC, we are about to kick off our first annual March Madness competition!

    Just like the NCAA Tournament, we are building brackets to crown this year's champion.  But we are doing it with video games.  Submitted entirely by listeners of the show, here are the top 32 games that have made the tournament, along with their seeding.  The games that garnered the most votes were seeded highest.  We got an overwhelming response, and a ton of deserving and highly voted games didn't make the cut.  Here are the top 32, divided into 2 divisions:

    And here is the bracket.  You can print your own copy from this website.  Submit your completed bracket to dlcfeedback@gmail.com before March 3rd to compete against other listeners of DLC!

    And tune in (and call in - 512-518-5714) to DLC throughout the month of March to help us debate the winners in each head-to-head match up!



    Jeff Cannata as Detective Fleming on FOX's Rake

    My episode of Rake premiered tonight on FOX.  Hope you got a chance to see it.  As Detective Fleming, I confronted, interrogated, chased down, and apprehended the fleeing Michael Imperioli.  It was a fun scene - hopefully the fine folks at Rake will bring my character back in future episodes. :)

    Here are a couple of stills from the episode, in case you missed it: