Reid: We’re going to the wedding. What? It will be — fun.
Katie: Why would I get the idea that you do fun?

— Reid and Katie

Posts Tagged ‘Vermont Shakespeare Company’

Eric Sheffer Stevens and Van Hansis news: Updates on I Hate My Teenage Daughter, LLRT, Doctors without Borders, Wedding Day, PSYCH and more…

A bunch of quick updates, many courtesy of the Crew at ESS.com. First, the makers of Lefty Loosey Righty Tighty report that they are about ready to start submitting to festivals as well. They are very aware that many fans donated and are looking forward to their premiums (DVDs, etc) and have not forgotten us! […]

ESS News: Lefty Loosey Righty Tighty updates, Reid Oliver comes to Holland, and John Hancock includes ESS ad on its website

Eric’s indie film, Lefty Loosey Righty Tighty is finally done, and was screened this past weekend for Eric Sheffer Stevens fans in New York City as part of the itinerary for the Trip of Epicness (TOE). In the meantime, the Reid Oliver auction to benefit Vermont Shakespeare Company comes to a conclusion, and that Harvard […]

Happy Birthday, Eric! Plus some cool auction goodies available!

Sorry for the late post, folks, but couldn’t let the day go by unnoticed! Today is Eric Sheffer Stevens’s 39th birthday, so feel free to pop by the ESS.com fan forum to add a wish to the birthday thread. You can see the Happy Birthday, Eric signs in slideshow form on the home page, or  […]

Congratulations (?!) to Luke Snyder for his Sudzie Award | Plus ESS Birthday tribute, best gay kisses, updates from Michael Fairman

Okay, hard to tell if any congratulations are due, but Luke Snyder won Soaps.com’s 2010 Sudzie for “Unluckiest in Love” (like you didn’t know that). If you have any doubt, take a quick scan through the “Luke Snyder, This is Your (Love) Life” summary and YouTube playlist I put together. Plus add to that in […]

News and Updates | 12 April 2011

No, I’m not dead. Just away on holiday for the last week with very limited internet access. I have a stack of blog news items stacked up in Windows Live Writer that’s more than knee deep, so it will take me awhile to dig out from under. But for those of you who have been […]