Blake will appear alongside Lucas Papaelias, Molly Carden, and Danielle Slavick in a reading of Diana Stahl’s new play EAST COLFAX, directed by Stephen Brackett. Click the image for info.
“Kat and Geoff met four years ago when she was passing through Denver, and struck up an intense pen-pal relationship, sharing their deepest thoughts. Now she’s passing through again, just when Geoff and his wife Ally are having a tough time. He invites her to stay – the kids are at Grandma’s, and Ally’s cool with it. They are all “cool with it”. Aren’t they? Diana Stahl (The Drill) captures the moment when the hopes we’ve put on others start shading into adult realities.”
Monday, March 2 at 7:00pm
The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre
The New Group at The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
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Auld Lang Syne is written by Kimberly Dilts and will be directed by Johanna McKeon. The film is the recipient of the first Women Cinematographer’s grant from Digital Bolex, and will be lensed by Kimberly Culotta. Check out the press release on indiewire.
Studio 4 is a pioneer in artist training and education as well as a collaborative space for creative work and innovative ventures. By providing students with unparalleled faculty and tutelage, Studio 4 generates highly skilled working artists. Build on the foundation of Meisner Training and Multidisciplinary partnership, Studio 4 promotes and creates work for students while encouraging artistic entrepreneurship and personal agency.
Blake’s Voice/Speech class begins February 16th. Click the image above to visit the Studio4 site and find out more information.
Photo by Fitz Patton for Chance Magazine
The Mad Ones’ Production of their original play The Essential Straight and Narrow is remembered in the New York Times as a highlight of the year in theatre for 2014. Pictured (left to right) are Michael Dalto, Maya Lawson, Stephanie Wright Thompson, Clare Baron, and Blake DeLong. Click the image to visit the New York Times theatre section. Click HERE to read Alexis Soloski’s review.
Blake appears in episode 5 of season 2, “The Front”. The episode airs Monday October 20th on NBC. Click here to view the HD promo.
Thank You A Lot will make it’s California premiere in competition at the Napa Valley Film Festival in November. Click here for the article on Deadline.
On the eve of it’s VOD/digital release, Gravitas Ventures has unveiled the official trailer to Matt Muir’s critically acclaimed indie drama Thank You A Lot, starring Blake DeLong and James Hand. The film debuted at SXSW and was acquired by Gravitas for digital release this summer. The film will be available for download and streaming on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, and on VOD via most cable providers.
On June 3rd, Thank You A Lot, in partnership with Tugg Inc., will play an encore screening at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, Texas after a sold out premiere during the Dallas International Film Festival. Tickets can be secured by clicking here.