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08 March 2008 @ 07:31 am
According to press reports, House resumed production a few days ago. We shall be sending off our letter to RSL about this project (including the list of donators) sometime next week. We're in the midst of final drafting it now, and also deciding the best place(s) to send it to (i.e. which of his representatives). When we're done, we'll post the letter (sans the names, of course) here. (Note: we got a couple of late donations, your names WILL be included with the letter).

BC/EFA had one word in reaction to our total: "WOW!!!" Actually, they included several more words, which was to extend their sincere thanks and congratulations to everyone who participated, on behalf of everyone at Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
03 March 2008 @ 07:07 am

29 February 2008 @ 06:33 pm

I can't figure out how to show it here, but if you go to the page you can see that the thermometer is now ANIMATED. That's how excited it is about being at 100+!

Keep watching this space, as we'll have more stuff to tell you all later. Right now, however, I wanted to note that us mods talked about it and realized that it's kind of dumb to end this in the middle of a weekend, so we decided to extend one more day and officially end on Monday. Why? It occurred to us that many people probably catch up on their LiveJournals - specifically the fic comms - on weekends and we wanted to give people a last chance to get in any fic/art requests. (Note: we're also kind of being selfish in that us three mods all have different work/life schedules, so it's easier on us). So if you're a Creations for Donations author/artist, please take the opportunity this weekend to notify your readers on your blogs that this is their last chance to get requests in (as before, the actual requested stories are under no deadline and are up to the authors).

And thank you, thank you, THANK YOU (get used to hearing that).
29 February 2008 @ 03:31 am

28 February 2008 @ 07:25 pm

More RSL as a kid. This is a bit from The Manhattan Project, the second time RSL worked with Cynthia Nixon (the first being the Off Broadway play Sally's Gone, She's Left Her Home). Cynthia of course guest-starred in the House episode "Deception," but she and RSL had (barely) one scene together consisting of about two lines.

RSL is in the red and white shirt in the classroom scene at the beginning, BTW (it took me a minute to figure out which kid he was). "It's unstable with respect to shock!"

28 February 2008 @ 03:35 am

We conclude the limited "RSL as the son of Oscar winners" series with a scene from the Merchant-Ivory film Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, in which he doubles the angst by playing the son of TWO Oscar winners, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. No dialogue in this scene (unless you count the national anthem) but dialogue is not needed when you're a Boy Scout with an inability to tell your mom that you love her.

26 February 2008 @ 06:33 am

Today's video goodie is RSL's entire six minute role as Daniel Day-Lewis' son in The Age of Innocence. Posted because I've been on a Day-Lewis kick recently because of There Will Be Blood (also Joanne Woodward's narration is aces).

24 February 2008 @ 08:10 am

::sigh:: Skipping a day makes me wish we had started on February 1st rather than January 31st, as then I wouldn't have to keep calculating this bizarre numbering system in my head. Anyway, you can always check the up-to-the-minutes total by clicking on the BC/EFA link at the top of the page.
21 February 2008 @ 12:47 pm

My ISP went down last night, so sorry this is late. This is for last night's. Enjoy a text goodie behind the cut.
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