Two “Invisible Man” Alums to Appear in “Should’ve Been Romeo”

Take a look at the picture below. It’s a reading for the upcoming film Should’ve Been Romeo. Now we already know that Paul Ben-Victor is in this movie (it’s his movie after all), but check out who is sitting right next to him. Yep, that’s the wonderful Eddie Jones! How great is this? Two I-Man actors together again!

Many thanks to David Levy for allowing me to share this picture with you.

The Final “Path”

We’ve been patient and our patience has finally paid off.  Today Mike McCafferty posted the final episode of Path for our viewing pleasure.  According to Mike, everything that could have gone wrong with this episode did, including, unfortunately, being unable to schedule shooting time with Vincent.  But the show must go on and I appreciate Mike’s tenacity in getting this finished.

Here for your viewing pleasure is Path episode eight.

Vincent Ventresca to Guest Star in “Path”

Mike McCafferty’s interactive web series is turning into a bit of a mini I-Man reunion.  Mike has announced in the latest episode, entitled “To Change the World,” which went up today, that Vince will be appearing in the next two episodes!  So if you haven’t been watching, go get yourself caught up.  These two episodes are going to be the last of this season and are not to be missed!

Mike is asking for our help to support the series.  Here’s what he has to say:

Hey everyone,

Path #6 is now live.  It’s a great episode that sets the
table for the final two episodes of this season.  We also
have an awesome new title sequence courtesy of Jason

There’s some interest from producers with this series so I
really could use your help to spread the word and vote.
I’d love to get over 100 votes for this episode. 

So check out the episode on Facebook (group videos or
upcoming invite) or stop by and cast
your vote before Wednesday.

Thanks for helping!


As you all know, viewer support can often make or break a TV series, a movie, or even a web series, so please show your support by voting and spreading the word to friends, family, and other online sites you visit.  I know that there are well over 1,000 readers of this blog alone, so even if only a quarter of you voted, we could easily surpass Mike’s wish for at least 100 votes.  Won’t you please give him a hand?  As a bonus, you’ll get to help decide the direction of Vince’s character!

Here’s where you can go vote.  You have until Wednesday.

Facebook Group – Path:  The Series

Here’s a fun little video called “Mike Wets Himself” – A film by Kiernan McCafferty.

“Path” Makes a Move

Wasn’t it great seeing Eddie Jones on last week’s episode of Path?  I’m once again reminded what a talented and dynamic actor he is…and a plain nice person to boot.  This week Eddie once again makes an appearance in this week’s episode entitled “Hot Coffee.”  Jason Makiaris also makes a brief appearance in this episode.

For all you I-Man fans, have you been noticing all the little I-Man references sprinkled throughout the series?  How many have you caught?

Now don’t go looking for the new episode in the usual places.  Mike has moved the series to a few new locations.  So go check them out and show your support by voting (you have until midnight Friday) and, of course, telling your friends.

Facebook Group – Path:  The Series

By the way, here’s a little video about the Friendship League.  If you are interested in finding out more about this organization, check out their website at


And in this video the Friendship League gets kicked out of Ralph’s.  Aw…they were just trying to be friendly.  Anybody want to go to their Thursday barbecue?

Eddie in “Act Your Age”

Eddie JonesQuite a while back I wrote about a film called Angst that starred our own Eddie Jones.  The latest news I have is that the film is scheduled to be released in 2008.  Also, its name has been officially changed to Act Your Age.

If you happen to be in the Illinois area, you have a chance to see this film before everyone else.  Tomorrow night, November 14, at 7:00 p.m., there will be a sneak preview of Act Your Age at the Virginia Theatre in Champaign, Illinois.  Tickets are $7 for adults, $6 for students and senior citizens, and $4 for children.  You can purchase tickets by calling the ticket line at (217) 356-9063. 

Virginia Theatre
203 W. Park
Champaign, IL

Visit the Virginia Theatre website for more information.  And for more info on the movie and to watch the trailer, visit the official Act Your Age website.  If you’re having trouble downloading the trailer, you can also view it on actress Amanda Troop’s MySpace TV page.


“The Dreamer Examines His Pillow”

That’s the name of Eddie Jones’ new play, which is currently playing at the McCadden Place Theatre in Hollywood, California!  Eddie’s wife, Anita Khanzadian, is directing.  The play started September 6 and it runs until October 14.  Six weeks only, so don’t hesitate if you want to see Eddie perform live! 

Days and times:

Thursdays – Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday Matinees at 2:00 p.m.


Thursday – Saturday $20
Sunday $15

Phone Reservations:  (818) 765-8732


McCadden Place Theatre
1157 N. McCadden Place
Hollywood, CA  90038

Map to Theatre

Dreamer MySpace Page
Interact Theater Company

Dreamer Poster

Eddie Continues His Role in “Death of a Salesman”

Death of a SalesmanIf you’ve missed Eddie Jones‘ previous performances in Death of a Salesman, you’ve got another chance to see him shine in this role.  Eddie has sent the following note, as well as a great review, that I’m passing on to all of you. 

Hello All,
I have been given the privilege of playing Willy again. I think I am getting pretty close to getting it right. Check our production out. Please.

Death of a Salesman at the Odyssey
A Review By Kelly Monaghan

Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman enjoys iconic status in the American theatrical canon and justly so. However, in an odd way, its success has worked against it.  Revivals tend to attract mega-stars to the role of Willie Loman and the productions built around them tend to strive for operatic grandeur. The result is often less than successful, as perfectly illustrated by recent productions starring Dustin Hoffman and Brian Dennehy. The Willies we get in these bloated, star-driven vehicles are intriguingly idiosyncratic (Hoffman) or downright bathetic (Dennehy), but the play inevitably suffers.

Now Los Angeles’ estimable Odyssey Theatre is presenting a human-scale reading of the play that allows it to speak with the quiet power that I think Miller intended.

The Odyssey production, under the unobtrusive direction of Bob Collins, allows veteran character actor Eddie Jones to turn in a masterful performance that is quite literally heart-wrenching. I have never seen Miller’s merciless deconstruction of the American myth of success rendered more powerfully or more simply. I confess that I am unfamiliar with Jones’ work, but if this isn’t the greatest performance of his career then I feel cheated from having missed him in earlier roles.

Linda Loman, Willie’s long-suffering wife, is often portrayed as a beaten-down woman in performances that are muted to avoid drawing attention from the star. Anne Gee Byrd is something a revelation, giving us a Linda Loman who lives up to Biff’s description of her as a “woman with substance.” She is quite simply superb, every inch Jones’ equal and, through her love and loyalty, we are able to see the Willie that was in the sad, beaten man who is.

Ivan Baccarat (Biff) and Aaron McPherson (Happy) as the Loman’s flawed sons do a good job of making concrete the fatal flaws in the world view Willie wants so desperately to pass on to them. Baccarat works especially well with Jones. The scene late in the play in which Biff sees Willie at his most-human and most-pathetic is embarrassing to watch, which is just as it should be.

Miller, unlike most other playwrights, has the gift of creating small roles that allow good actors to score indelible impressions with a few scant moments of stage time. The supporting performers in this production seize the opportunity. Robert Machray (Uncle Ben), Alan Charof (Charley), Jeremy Shouldis (Bernard), and Lou Volpe (Stanley, the waiter) are all excellent. And Jill Jacobson (The Woman) makes Willie’s cruel betrayal of Linda perfectly understandable.

This is, quite simply, a superb production of a great American classic. If you are in the L.A. area, don’t miss it.

Salesman runs from January 20th through February 25th. Tickets are $22 to $26, with discounts for students and union actors. For more information call 310-477-2055 or log on to