You’ve seen the Twilight saga (it’s ok, this s safe place and any snickering on my part will subside soon enough) and now I present to you “Dunes” – a parody of the beloved movie franchise written as part of The Institution Theater’s Sketch 201 class featuring the most underused supernatural love interest. I do suspect that after this sketch we’ll see more of “them” as romantic leads. Yes, I’m being vague. I can’t go around spoiling things for you. (Thankfully, you can’t see the YouTube still below, so it really will be a surprise. Right? Right?!?!)
This is my second sketch to be filmed and I want to thank all the cast and crew involved in making it happen. Thank you for your time, your energy, for letting me pay you in sodas, coffee, breakfast tacos and sandwiches.
Some special thanks to:
April – for helping me make the costume (we are now pros and our next supernatural costume of this sort will be even more awesome – lots.of lessons learned there), thanks for your ideas, for all the shopping trips, for letting us invade your space, re-arrange and decorate your room. Also, huge thanks for all of the behind-the-scenes photos. You were incredible as always.
Jonathan – thanks for taking care of the cast and crew, keeping everyone happy and for knowing me well enough that when I get brain-locked, I don’t have to say a word – you just swoop in and do. I hope you’re always available to PA. You are awesome!
Richard – I cannot begin to thank you enough. Without you and your talent this project wouldn’t have happened. Thank you for volunteering so much of your time from filming to editing to providing the music, sound effects and of course the fantastic special effects. You are terrific and it’s a great privilege to be a part of any shoot you’re on. I truly feel guilty receiving any praise for this when so much of what made this work is you and your dedication. I’m looking forward to shooting Clown Family and for borrowing you again to shoot my horrible family birthday sketch.