- A Very Curtain Call Christmas
Originally screened by the Curtain Call cast/crew at the finale viewing party, these outtakes are now available for your viewing pleasure
Originally screened by the Curtain Call cast/crew at the finale viewing party, these outtakes are now available for your viewing pleasure (rated PG-13 for language, adult themes, improvisation, breaking of character, and extreme over-indulgence). Enjoy!
- Curtain Call Soundtrack
This soundtrack includes music written for Michael Stromenger’s murder mystery web series, Curtain Call by Ben Larson and Reed Reimer.
The composing took place over a three month period. In total, Ben and Reed composed over two hours worth of music.
This Soundtrack includes the single from the series, in which Haley Anne Boyd’s character, Cassie, sings a beautiful original piece called “Dawn”.
Lyrics by Michael Stromenger, and music by Benjamin Emory Larson, the orchestration for the song by Reed Reimer.
You can find out more info about the soundtrack and purchase it using the following links:
- Michael Stromenger In the Library with a Loaded Gun
Curtain Call creator Michael Stromenger will be visiting the Grand Forks Public Library Saturday, May 21st, at 2pm to screen the first several episodes of the series as part of their Murder in the Library weekend event. After the screening, he will be holding a discussion regarding mystery writing, movie production, and the show itself. If you’re in the area, please stop by! Check out http://www.gflibrary.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=59 for more details.
- Nerds in Babeland Curtain Call Review
Check out the latest review of Curtain Call from the ladies over at Nerds in Babeland:
If I didn’t know beforehand that the budget for this project was a mere $2500 and the actors were not full-time professionals, I wouldn’t have been any the wiser. The quality on this project is much higher than I’m accustomed to in a web series.
Read the full review over at Nerds in Babeland
- Episode 9: Behind the Music
Todays Curtain Call release is the midpoint of the series. There were eight episodes before this one, and there will be eight more to come.
Right now, Ben and I are pretty much at a point where we can breathe now. When the series began, we only had 3-4 days to compose the music based on how quickly the editor was able to finish and get us the material. Since then, we’ve had an opportunity (to catch up). Stromenger and the other editors have been busy getting more done in a quicker time allowing Ben and I to get ahead.
Read the rest of the article at Reed’s Blog!