New episode of the webseries that I do with my talented friends — Off Off — about several guys in their late 40s/early 50s trying to keep an Off Off Broadway theatre alive. This is an episode that was actually shot… Continue Reading
In “Proposal” episode 106 of my webseries Off Off, Derrick, the theatre’s resident costume designer (and a very fine actor), takes a lovely stroll in the park with a special friend (Lynne) and expresses his true feelings. The episode guest stars Lynne McCollough.… Continue Reading
In “Next Muse” episode 105 of my new webseries Off Off, a new muse auditions for the guys and impresses them with her Shakespeare. Meanwhile, Cecil, who runs the comedy club in the space downstairs, barges in with list of complaints against the theatre.… Continue Reading
In “Better Than Broadway” episode 104 of my new webseries Off Off, Carlton, aka “Jim,” the fearless artistic director of the theatre has a new fan, his intern Bethany. She’s got a little “teacher” crush. Will it go too far? The regular cast… Continue Reading
In “Gettin’ Back in the Saddle” episode 103 of my new webseries Off Off, Blake’s mid-life crisis is in full swing. He pulls Johnny out of work with a big announcement. “I’ve decided I want to have sex again in my lifetime.” The race… Continue Reading
In “Vanity Production” episode 102 of my new webseries Off Off, Carlton has a big renter coming with a check who might get the theatre out of a tough spot since they lost money on Blake’s play — a critical success, but not… Continue Reading
Enjoy amusing bloopers from the making of Episode 101 of Off Off written and created by Stephen Bittrich.
Episode 1 (Pilot Episode) of my new webseries, Off Off, is now available for viewing. “Home Sweet Theatre” – Blake, the resident playwright, needs a new home. The guys have a new fan. The series stars Stephen Bittrich, David Marantz, Dan Teachout, Robert… Continue Reading
A “Behind the Scenes” look at the making of episode 1 of my new webseries, Off Off , is now available for viewing. Off Off webseries was created by Stephen Bittrich.