Were you at Burning Man in 2002, or did the DOTHT send representatives there? Because I had the big squid teepee with the big green Cthulhu glowering out-front, and people kept bringing him offerings they'd brought to the festival specifically for that purpose. Among the choice offerings was A Darkest of the Hillside Thickets CD brought all the way from Vancouver. It was the very first, albeit primitive performance of The Mighty Cthulhu's Old-Time Revival Show. If you haven't heard about our subsequent shows in any postings, then check us out at:
A year late or not. It seems I still don't understand these things. So I'm going to post anyway and hopefully get a reply.
I just noticed that some of you were discussing burning man. You guys know about everything! I've wanted to go for quite awhile but a seventeen year old finding her way out into the desert for a festival, by herself doesn't sound to exciting to my Mom.
That's cool - I've worked with the guy who provides the voice for The Beast on X-Men: Evolution and I took acting lessons with the guy who did King Cryos on War Planets/Shadow Raiders, but that's pretty much it for anyone you might have heard of. It's a dream of mine to get onto a superhero cartoon, lately I've just been providing narration for English as a Second Language book CDs. I have yet to work at Ocean but I would jump at the chance.
I also am a voice chaser - I'm in the Frank Welker fan club and I keep tabs on what most of my favourite voice actors are up to these days!