The Year in Review

(See also 2006, 2005, and 2004.)

Take the first line (or so) from the first post of each month of 2007. That’s your Year In Review.

January 2007:
It’s Quiet… Too Quiet
And I know why. Within a few hours, agents and managers will hit their offices and start in on follow-up calls for the auditions 250 of their clients had with us before this town shut down at close-of-business on the 15th of December.

February 2007:
*glee-filled giggle*
Heeeeeeeee! Welcome to the cast, Mister Keaton.

March 2007:
Uma Benefit Update: LOWER PRICE!!
Hi Guys, This just in! WE’RE LOWERING THE PRICE TO $30 PER TICKET!!!!

April 2007:
“Hey, Bon! Y U No Mo’ Bloggy?”
Because I’m so FREAKIN’ busy, y’all! Seriously! WOW. Producing a showcase is some WORK.

May 2007:
Cricket Feet Casting: Actors Showcase
Hey everyone, I’m really excited! After a great inaugural showcase last month, we are now producing the second version of the Cricket Feet Casting Actors Showcase under the direction of Emmy Award-winning director Anna Christopher!

June 2007:
Casting Is Exhausting!
Let me be more specific. Casting for the showcase is exhausting!

July 2007:
The Actors Voice, 7/2/07
Hi Everyone! Here’s how tomorrow’s The Actors Voice starts out.

August 2007:
Showcase News: Director HIRED, Call for SCENES!
It is with great yippee-filled glee that I announce our November 2007 showcase DIRECTOR, the inimitable rockstar hyphenate: Annie Wood!

September 2007:
The Actors Voice, 9/3/07
Hi Everyone! Here’s how today’s The Actors Voice starts out.

October 2007:
Fixing a Hole
It’s like magic when this happens. (And it doesn’t happen often.)

November 2007:
Call Me a Cockeyed Optimist
I really thought we could make it through. No WGA strike. No work stoppage in Hollywood. I had hope. I had optimism. I had delusions.

December 2007:
Saturday Night Search Party
Holy hell, has it really been a year since my last BonBlogs Search Party? Wow! Yes it has!

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Moral of the story? 2007 was a year of WORK, y’all. I think I’m feelin’ that.

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