TravisBedard.com

Actor, Puppeteer, and Teaching Artist

Five for Friday

1. a Friday should start off with a little colour: From Moscow Design Week - Sit in my face: 2. Or maybe something from Design*Sponge?…

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Root Root Root

The baseball playoffs are about to fire off and the sportsverse is in its annual rush to prove exactly how smart it is by making…

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Tell the Truth

Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher’s film The Social Network had a tidy little weekend this weekend scooping up $22.5M. I enjoyed the film very much…

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Vanity thy name is…

My good friend Will Hollis Snider recently answered an emergency call for headshots newer than my junior year of college. That ol’ headshot was fine…

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Friday? FIVE.

One: Let’s start with a moving art… I’ve been watching The United States of Tara season 2 (LOVE) and I have to say that the…

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Friday Five!

1. Raymond Carver Mad Libs! (from Yankee Pot Roast)   2. A great series of maps with a graphical representation of demographic locations in the…

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So pretty: Christmas is coming!

My apartment was recently foreclosed on leading to a quick search through the listings in case we weren’t able to stay in our current home.…

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Lonestar!

Sometimes social media metrics analysis site Klout.com partners with companies to offer Klout Perks(tm). In this case FOX wanted folks with “entertainment blogs” and a…

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Friday 5

1. I admit it, I’m a bit of an Austin Kleon fanboy right now. Ride the wave. 2. A really fun platform game I found…

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Friday Five

ONE - from DesignBoom.com 2. Pac-Man Analog Awesome in a Digital World DREI – HOMEMADE SRIRACHA! Food Blog Food52.com features a very tempting recipe Four…

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Friday Five

1. Fred Tomaselli  "Big Raven"  2008 (discovered on Phantasmaphile)   2. Earworm Destroyer? You betcha: Unhearit.com 3. 40 years of happy boiled down to 5…

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Friday 5

Ujin Lee and Tom Edwards Dust 2. Dante Atkins at the Daily Kos As thereisnospoon pointed out to me recently, though, Democrats have an opportunity…

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The Cloak You Should Have Mended

A world in which you are allowed (and increasingly expected to) publically opine on every issue whether you have expertise or not is going to…

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Ennui, Extra Pickles

It has been a terribly odd year. In many ways this has been a banner year, continuing a string of banner years. Little of that…

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A Startling Revelation

I am a terrible correspondent. I mean world-class bottom-of-the-barrel correspondent. Phone, email, letter, telegram, message in a bottle…. I am excruciatingly bad at returning communication.…

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Howl again

I have been interested in the art of the every day for some time. In March of 2002 I posted as a culmination of a…

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Big Ben: It tolls for thee

The modern 24-hour news cycle hasn’t been kind to anyone exactly, but it’s been very hard for the modern professional athlete. Religious and political leaders…

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Old Traditions of New Media

I have been “blogging” since the spring of 2001. Of course the rank and file didn’t call it blogging back them, I was keeping an…

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Another Dark Corner

Several times over the last year since I combined my personal blog with the Cambiare Productions blog I have expressed to Will that I wished…

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Post-show Augury

It is important to try to glean what you can from each process and production. Without some sort of periodic examination formal or informal, you will…

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Head Shot and Resume

Download Printable Headshot/Resume (PDF) 2019 The Ever and After The President Theatre Pro Rata Sofia Lindgren Galloway Stuck in an Elevator With Patrick Stewart II…

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What Manner of Man is He?

Once upon a time I played Katurian K. Katurian in The Pillowman. It was sort of an accident. I was supposed to play Michael in…

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Richard II

On Thursday you have the opportunity to not only see the opening night of a play, but an opening night of a company as Poor…

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Rose Rage - Hidden Room Theatre
Rose Rage

Rose Rage opens this very night and it’s been a slog personally. Coming on the heels of Tis Pity She’s a Whore I came to…

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Tis Pity She’s a Whore

There are shows you survive through like 8th period Western Civ class… watching the clock and hoping that the teacher forgets you’re there. And then…

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Quills

Last week I closed a four week run of Doug Wright’s Quills with Austin’s Different Stages and I wanted to jot down a few things…

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Foursquare

James Comtois opened up a blog post for comments on the recently completed Colorful World. I love the idea, and I commend his bravery in…

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: Press – Other

Personal: Guardian on 7 Jewish Children Guardian Coverage of Rehearsal vs. Stage Technique Austin Chronicle personal feature (Dan Solomon) Academic Papers:  Tizzano - On Seven…

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– Press Morgue

  The Wars of Heaven (Pt. 1) Iarath / Company  Trouble Puppet Directed by Connor Hopkins "Travis Bedard’s voicework gives magical life to his characters"…

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