Post production work is proceeding on the feature film sLipPage. Here is a newly produced trailer for the project:
sLipPage - Teaser 3 from Bryan Hiltner on Vimeo.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
I have always found it rewarding to work with Jon Meyer. I've appeared in several of his projects. He is great to work with, and the results are always fantastic. In this music video for the band The Quick and Easy Boys, I play a mysterious man in a parking garage handing off an equally mysterious package to the lead character. I love the images in this one! This video premiered on The Huffington Post on June 17th.
Posted by Jon Farley at 4:04 PM
In February, I went to the general audition at Portland's Imago Theatre. From this I was invited to audition for Carol Triffle's latest play "Beaux Arts Club," and after several call-backs, was cast as the character Humphrey. The rehearsals for this show also served as a script development workshop, and the character of Humphrey changed a LOT before we opened. There were several weeks when I would have new lines at every rehearsal. Eventually, Humphrey transformed into a mob enforcer who brought an element of realistic danger into a story that was mostly absurdist farce. It was sometimes nerve-wracking to keep up with the changes coming at me, but in the end, it was a very rewarding project, and I feel quite lucky to have had a part in it.
Posted by Jon Farley at 3:57 PM
After the run of For The Time Being, I decided to write a magazine article about the memorization process I had used in learning Herod's 1600 word monologue. I submitted the article to Dramatics Magazine, and to my great surprise and delight, they published it in the May 2013 issue under the title "Learning the Long Monologue." I am very pleased to have been able to make this contribution to the acting craft.
Posted by Jon Farley at 3:48 PM