Monday, December 27, 2010

From actor Alyse Kittner, ESCAPE FROM THE HALTSBURG BOYS CHOIR's 'Nils'

Happy almost New Year, Blog!

Here comes the Boys Choir bonanza. Up first, the delightful Alyse Kittner. Alyse is really kicking the sh%t out of this little musi-cale of ours, and now I know why -- it's all because of Google! Also, anything that conjures images of Adam West-era Batman villains is a-ok with me. Take it away, Alyse.

Alyse Kittner in a promotional photo for ESCAPE FROM THE HALTSBURG BOYS CHOIR

Sunday Fun with Google Images

As a part of my “process” (I know that sounds pretentious – deal with it) I like to use images. It may be a picture of how I envision my character, the setting, something that visualizes my relationship to other characters, lots of stuff.

Thanks to the brilliance of Google Image search, finding images for inspiration has never been more easy or fun. The actual algorithms of how Google searches and ranks images and websites is a highly guarded secret. I have no idea how they do it, but the results are fantastic and most often hilarious. My favorite search has been “creepy choirmaster.” Below are the results. Thank you Google Images.

Bonus: “funny boys choir” – I don’t know who these kids are, but I love it.

1 comment:

Jason said...

Those kids happen to be part of the Middle School Honor Boys' Choir from the International School of Düsseldorf. The young lady on the front left is Jean Beeman who attend college at Butler University with the composer of Escape from the Haltsburg Boys Choir.

Small digital world we live in.