It’s now a tradition. After my birthday in late January, it’s become A Thing for me to share a blogpost about stuff I learned (or experienced or tried for the first time) over the previous year. I hope you enjoy this year’s!
We just uploaded a new video to YouTube! The highlights of 2020 for Kittywham Productions: performances, publications, and much more. We hope you enjoy this recap of the past year!
Thank you to all who watched yesterday’s premiere of As Ever, Sam! For those who weren’t available to tune in yesterday, we’ll be livestreaming again when we perform the drama this Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 6:30pm (Central Time). The livestream recordings will also remain available on Facebook and YouTube for the whole month of December…
Our premiere performance of my new Christmas drama, As Ever, Sam, is about to go live! Today at 4:00pm (Central Time) you can watch the drama in real-time on Facebook or on YouTube, whichever is easier for you. The livestream is linked below:
Amid all the As Ever, Sam rehearsal videos and updates, I have an exciting announcement. Today I’m releasing my first ever comic Christmas skit!
In Hipster Holidays, lifestyle coaches Phoenix and Remy (from Alternative Apologies) are back with hot tips for the holiday season!
Hey friends, I’m here to share a quick As Ever, Sam update today! Rehearsals for my new World War 2-era Christmas drama are picking up speed, the set is under construction, and our first performance is less than three weeks away!
Well, the last episode of my first season of Unknown Friends comes out tomorrow. Crazy that I started this little book review podcast seven months ago and it wasn’t remotely on my radar to think in terms of “seasons” then. But here we are, wrapping up Season One with my 30th episode tomorrow morning.
We’ve been rehearsing my new Christmas drama, As Ever, Sam, for a month now, and it’s so exciting to watch the progress behind the scenes! I’ve got some sneak peeks from rehearsals to share with you today, but first, take a look at this announcement for the drama.
If you attend a school associated with Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) or the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (FACCS), then you’re likely already planning for conventions next spring. Regional competitions start in March, and events like drama performances require months of preparation, which is why I’m now running a sale on all my skits for ACE and FACCS conventions!
If you follow my Instagram, then you know already that rehearsals have begun for my new Christmas play!
We had our first read-through of the script early last week and our first official rehearsal on Wednesday. To say I’m excited would be an understatement. 😄