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18 min | Short
After impulsively breaking up with his girlfriend on her answering machine, Spencer realizes he's made a mistake and must erase the message before she gets home in this suburban comedy adventure.
Production Companies: Amaranth Films
Evolve Media Production
Paper Gun Pictures
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LAURA CROFT TEMPLE OF OSIRIS
"talented voice-over artists that all provide exceptional narration for each of their characters, such as Dorian Lockett who voices Carter Bell and who has previously voiced Alvin in The Walking Dead: Season 2; ..."
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Award-winning playwright/director David Mamet tackles America’s most controversial topic in a provocative tale of sex, guilt, and bold accusations. Two lawyers find themselves defending a wealthy white executive charged with raping a black woman. What gets involved in the case, the opinions that boil beneath explode to the surface. When David Mamet turns the spotlight on what we think but can’t say, dangerous truths are revealed, and no punches are pulled. This production is a part of Dragon's 2nd Stages Series. https://www.dragonproductions.net/
Pat Caulfield as Jack Lawson
Martin Gagen as Charles Strickland
Hannah Mary Keller as Susan
Dorian Lockett as Henry Brown
Director - Kimberly Ridgeway
OUR COUNTRYS GOOD
" there are twice as many characters in the script, necessitating multiple roles by some actors. Some are clearly differentiated, such as soldiers played by actresses, or the three parts played by Dorian Lockett — the stolid, erudite Rev. Johnson; Black Ceasar, a native of Madagascar who wedges himself into a part in the play; and an unnamed Aborigine who appears periodically to make cryptic comment"
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
"Dorian Lockett has a powerful cameo as the Black Preacher..."
PILGRIMS MUSA AND SHERI
IN THE NEW WORLD
"Also traveling abroad but still a presence in the play is Musa's roommate Abdallah (an gentle, glowing Dorian Lockett), who is on a pilgrimage to Mecca but still shows up to give blissfully enthusiastic monologues about the wonders of the American melting pot."
OF MICE AND MEN
"Dorian Lockett, in his first appearance with Cinnabar, expertly handles his role as Crooks, the stable hand with his own bitter issues.
Especially compelling performances as ranch hands by Tim Kniffin (Slim) and Dorian Lockett (Crooks) bring great depth to the story"
MEMBER OF THE WEDDING
"... expression lends humor and believability "
"...bring strong, if fleeting, male presence to an unusually feminine play. "