Robbie Ellis
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Description: Robbie Ellis Composer, Music Director, et cetera Robbie Ellis Get your towels ready. 10 Dec I have accepted an offer to be a music director for Second City Theatricals aboard a cruise ship. When I was
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Robbie Ellis Composer, Music Director, et cetera Robbie Ellis Get your towels ready. 10 Dec I have accepted an offer to be a music director for Second City Theatricals aboard a cruise ship. When I was preparing to move to Chicago, people told me that this work existed, and that I’d have a good chance at it. Getting this gig was a short- to medium-term goal for me, and I’m pretty damn happy: it’s a recognisable standard for music directors in Chicago and a great basis for landing future projects. This contract is also a big reason I moved to the US: New Zealand doesn’t have this volume of work for comedy music directors. Chicago really is the centre of the universe for the most niche skill I have. I will be on the Norwegian Dawn from 21 February to 29 July 2016, with a one-month hiatus while the ship is in dry dock. In the spring, I’ll be plying my trade on the New Orleans-Cozumel-Roatán-Belize-Costa Maya-New Orleans route, and in the summer I’ll do Boston-Bermuda-Boston. This is great for a whole bunch of reasons: – I’ve always wanted to work on a cruise ship – or even set foot on one. I’ve never had the chance up until now. – Out of all the cities in the United States I haven’t yet been to, the two highest on my list are New Orleans and Boston. And they’re just landing in my lap! – I get to do improv and sketch full-time… for a time. – Free board, free food. I should be able to save money pretty well. – I escape Chicago’s winter in the middle of February. Yes please. Given that winter hasn’t properly started yet and it’s mid-December, it’s probably going to last quite late into April & May. Glad to leave that behind. In the meantime, I still have plenty going on in Chicago. Come to some of my shows! Hitch*Cocktails: every Friday 10pm, The Annoyance Theater, It’s an improvised Alfred Hitchcock-style thriller/drinking game. Tickets $20/$15, book here because we often sell out over the holidays. VAMP: every Friday & Saturday 10:30pm, MCL Chicago. It’s all short-form musical improv. I lead a four-piece band for Saturday night shows, and the rotation of improvising singers are freaking amazing. Tickets $15, book here including for my birthday VAMP on Saturday 12 December, and a free show we’re videoing on Sunday 13 December. The Great Annoyance Melodrama and Vaudeville Revue: Sundays 8pm, until 27 December, The Annoyance Theater. It’s a traditionally hokey Christmas story about a small town, a tall tree, and a meddling villain. Written and directed by C.J. Tuor of Hitch*Cocktails fame, I’m the composer and music director.$12/$8, book here, it’s family-friendly! Ask Your Doctor: Thursdays 8pm, 7 January to 11 February, The Annoyance Theater. It’s a brand new musical about pharmaceutical sales reps and the dodgy shit they do. Written and directed by Jillian Mueller, I’m the composer and music director. $20/$15, book here, we’re currently in previews. PlayGround Zero: Fridays 7:30, 8 January to 5 February, De Maat Studio, Second City. This is a Writing 6 graduation show, written by students who have done the full one-year course at the Second City Training Center. Directed by Aaron Sj?holm, I’m their music director and composer. $12, book here. — And I’ll leave you with this video. Tags: BoatCo, Chicago, improv, Second City, sketch Comments Leave a Comment Posted 12:55 pm Thu 10 Dec 2015 Green Card Lottery time! 5 Oct Hi world. It has been a long time since I’ve written an update for this site. I’ve got a few things to post (like I really should update my About Me to reflect my various Chicago activities). In the meantime, let me link to the website of someone who does actually put fingers to keyboard: I present Andrew Allen’s excellent and comprehensive article How to Win the Green Card Lottery. Both Andrew and I come from Auckland, and we were both selected in the 2014 intake of Diversity Visa Lottery winners – in fact our consular interviews were just one day apart. We were connected by mutual theatre friends, and we ended up on the same variety show bill before we emigrated. Andrew now lives in New York City, where he quickly found work as a theatre publicist. I now live in Chicago, where my rent is three times smaller. So if you were wondering how I won the Green Card lottery, here’s the answer: – Actually entering. (Entries are open now until November 3!) – A lot of luck. – Being meticulous with paperwork. Go read Andrew’s guide (and my comments at the end) for a full run-down. Peace! Tags: green card, US move Comments Leave a Comment Posted 8:35 pm Mon 5 Oct 2015 Where is home? 22 Apr The first Google Image Search result for “home”, because every blog post is supposed to have an image because of search engine stuff or Facebook or whatever. Source: Where is home? I’ve flippantly said “Home is where your stuff is”, but that’s not the whole picture. When you move countries, when do you actually move? When do you comprehensively separate day-to-day ties with your previous country and properly integrate into the new? This is a thorny question given that I came back to New Zealand for a two-week trip less than three months after settling in Chicago. I’ve got all sorts of contending dates. – 27 December 2014: when I entered the United States on an immigrant visa and became a resident alien. – 5 January 2015: when I reached my new home city of Chicago, and the room in my apartment. – 7 January 2015: when I bought a bed in Chicago – 14 January 2015: when I spent $573 at IKEA in Chicago on furniture and pillows and kitchen stuff – 6 February 2015: when I did my first paid, taxable gig as a US resident – Today, 22 April 2015: when I fly back to the United States after a short New Zealand return trip, and when I henceforth have no fixed future plans to return to New Zealand. – 1 June 2015: the date from which I (hopefully) have Affordable Care Act health insurance, as opposed to travel insurance – (unidentified future date, but probably some time in June): the date from which I’m earning more income from United States sources than New Zealand sources. I’m actually doing alright at this freelance composing malarkey, although I’m aware that may not last when I’m not showing my face at concert venues up and down the country. – October 2015: when this year’s commissions have all received their first performances in New Zealand: the various Sonatina for alto saxophone and piano people; the Jade String Quartet; and the Westlake Boys High School choir Voicemale performing the full version of Howler Monkey at Prizegiving – (unidentified future date): when I stop regularly listening to most podcasts from Upbeat and Standing Room Only – (unidentified future date): when my Facebook algorithms serve me far more US/Chicago content than New Zealand content – (unidentified future date, TBA when): when I have more Facebook friends in Chicago than in Auckland – (unidentified future date, heaven knows when): when I intercontinentally relocate all my books from my parents’ house i... Similar Website

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