Entertainment Weekly goes Beyond the Pale!

Entertainment Weekly goes Beyond the Pale!

You go to the dentist. You're stuck in the waiting room. What do you do? You pick up a copy of Entertainment Weekly and flip through. But rather than settle in on an interview with Robert Pattinson… What's this? An article about Glass Eye Pix's upcoming Tales from Beyond the Pale? Oh ho! 

It's an embarrassment of promotional materials this morning. Entertainment Weekly ran a nice lil' story about next week's show, featuring the poster art for our two premiere pieces "Ram King" by Jow Maggio and my play "Like Father, Like Son."

Fangoria, Shock Til You Drop and Dread Central also posted stories online yesterday. I'm telling you now… This is going to be a blast. I'm really proud of my piece. It definitely doesn't hurt to have the windpipes of Larry Fessenden and Vincent D’Onofrio supporting your words, either. Come check it out on Oct 2nd at Dixon Place!

To read the Entertainment Weekly article, click here: http://bit.ly/S8Pr6y

To read the Fangoria article, click here: http://bit.ly/SlCdD6

To read the Shock Til You Drop article, click here: http://bit.ly/S8G1rM

To read the Dread Central article, click here: http://bit.ly/Q3tVBK

 

September 27, 2012

Related: Like Father, Like Son

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