As well as having the handy ability to change shape, Phoenix’s other super power is her first rate skill as an epic trailer maker! Thanks to the incredible Liisa Kallasmaa
Join us tonight at 7:30 as we premier the first episode of Fixing The Timeline with the Richmond Hill Centre for Performing Arts.
Brilliant cast member Liisa Kallasmaa put together the first promo for Ace! We’ll be launching the show in September. Strap in, it’s going to be a wild ride!
Yesterday, after months and months of only seeing each other on zoom the cast was able to get together in the studio to record the last two episodes of the season. We were spread out in five different rooms, so far apart we had to squint to see each other, but we finally got to finish recording the show!
Unfortunately no one had the wherewithal to bring a camera, but here’s the cover art for episode five. We can’t wait to share the story that goes along with it!
We had recorded four out of the six episodes of our new season Fixing The Timeline. The studio was booked for the final recording session – and then – COVID-19 called and we got stuck on perpetual hold, along with the rest of the world.
Then one day another call broke through the unending muzak. The Richmond Hill Centre for Performing Arts asked us to perform the first episode of the season, An Overabundance of Octopuses as a zoom presentation for their audiences over Facebook and on their website.
Here we all are together again – or as together as we can be for now. The show will happen on Thursday August 6. More details to come!
We were back in the studio recording episodes 3 & 4, Bloodsuckers in Accounting and Space Shark! on March 12.
Prior to recording, the Covid-19 virus possibly lurking within each of us, vigilant citizen Nishant sent out a missive, “Anyone concerned that we’ll be hanging out in a rather intimate setting – all inhaling and exhaling and stuff? Cause I’m not.”
Taking charge as editor in chief at Destiny, Marlo responded, “To deal with that, I think we should all only inhale.”
So that’s what we did.