Monday, November 29, 2010

Great Mirror Mates rehearsal yesterday! More Tomorrow!

Wow, we've got some wonderful actors involved in this first reading of Mirror Mates: A Two Faced Farce!  Excellent rehearsal!  Looking forward to more character development tomorrow.  The reading is one week away!  Thrilled with how it's going!   YaY!

You Guys Rock!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Behind the Scenes work on Mirror Mates

The Mirror Mates reading is coming up quick... Character Development, scripts and meetings... all is going well.  Monday December 6th will be here before we know it!  Get ready for a fun night everybody! 
Stage Two announcments to come shortly thereafter! 

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Mirror Mates - Open Rehearsal

There will be an open rehearsal at Bills' place in the Times Square area on Tuesday, November 30 from 6-9p.m.  Contact Bill to set up an "appointment."

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Friday, November 19, 2010

Mirror Mates: Two Scoops of Farce!

It’s two scoops of fun when a Mega House quest for ice cream crash lands backstage at Maxie’s Fabulous Dinner Theater just in time for opening night.

Mirror Mates: A Two Faced Farce
More info coming soon...

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

The Mirror Mates reading is fully cast!

The Mirror Mates reading scheduled for 12/6 is now fully cast!  (Let's hope it stays that way!)  Getting very excited.  Looking forward to hearing this show!  The next stage of plans for it have begun.  ;-)   More to Come.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Bill Toscano's Actor One Sheet

Working with Dallas Traver's Actor's Business Bluprint system - I'm developing a "One Sheet" for agents & CD's.  It's a bit too borrowed so far but here's what I'm working on:

Join my Blog and let me know.


Friday, November 12, 2010

Brilliant Actor needed! Mirror Mates Reading 12/6 NYC!

We need an aging Queen!  An actor, male, on 12/6 to play Rupert, who says things like: "I would never injure myself on purpose, darling… not to get out of a show!” 

No, I'm not calling you names.   It's about acting... bitch. 
Come join us!

Contact Bill at:

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

LionSnax Logo Cake Updated!

I took a piece of the old LionSnax Logo Cake (Baked by Patrick Wenning) and added the name and polished it up!  Take a Bite!

Mmmmmm.... Delicious!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Casting! Mirror Mates: A Two Faced Farce

Seeking:  Rupert/Rayne – A dual role - All other roles are cast.

Rupert: (Late 50’s) Long term Maxie’s Dinner Theater actor.  He’s Maxie’s former go-to “leading man” who’s moving into character actor territory.  Actually he’s bitter aging queen who’s tired and having second thoughts about how he spent his life.  He’s re-examining his values and has integrity issues. 
Rayne:  (Late 60’s) a long term resident and permanent fixture of the Mega House home.  He’s an aging queen with psychological issues who has run away from life.  He’s sarcastic, sardonic, nosey, bossy and always ready with a comment or quip, but he’s not truly bitter, more self satisfied.
Start at the very beginning:  Join in on the very first “living-room” reading of this outrageous farce by Bill Toscano.  (Get in on the ground floor.)   Other readings will follow with plans developing for a staged backers audition in the spring of 2011.   This first reading will take place on December 6th 2010 on the upper west side of Manhattan at 6:30pm until finished (– a few hours) – and surely some drinks at the end.  (– no pay)

Synopsis:   "Mirror Mates: A Two Faced Farce" is set in two rooms, at different locations, placed side by side on stage.   These separate rooms are surrounded by a myriad of hallways and doors which completely overlap.   One room is the “dressing room” backstage at a mid-level musical playhouse called “Maxie's Fabulous Dinner Theater.”  The other room is the “Rec Room” at “Mega House: Home for the Chronically Mentally Ill.”   Each of the businesses are having a particularly difficult week and ultimately “crash into each other.”  

If you are right for the role and available please email: headshot and resume to   Of course, if you know me, give me a call!  Come play!