He'll play "Tilda Swinton" at the play which will be seen at the Celebration Theatre at The Lex in Hollywood between 08/10 to 08/31.
After a break-up, Walt, who is described as a "gay wallflower," places an ad on Craigslist for a new roommate. When Tilda Swinton shows up at his door and insists on moving in to "study" Walt for her next big movie role, things gets "hysterically chaotic."
HOW I RESIST: Activism and Hope for the Next Generation has an impressive author list and will be edited by Maureen Johnson and Tim Federle. The authors and editors have all pledged to donate the full $50K advance to the ACLU.
Subtitled "Big Business Critiqued in the Films and Television Programs", this book looks at "the effects of corporate culture on the protagonists of Whedon's most famous works-including Buffy, Roseanne, the Avengers, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Dollhouse-to reveal explicit sociopolitical commentaries on corporate control in the real world".
'To the Bone,' a drama based on Noxon's own struggles with anorexia (she also wrote the screenplay), debuts on Netflix this weekend. Joss drops a typically incisive quote.
in 'Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series'. Also nominated was Alan Tudyk for Con Man.
An article about binge watching TV and sometimes skipping over the first season.
Rob was a story editor on the show and wrote "Never Kill a Boy on the First Date", "The Puppet Show", "The Dark Age", "Phases", and "Killed By Death".
So far there's listings for Spike and Dru: Pretty Maids All in a Row, The Lost Slayer series, Blackout, Dark Times, Spark and Burn, The Willow Files: Vol 1, The Faith Trials: Vol 1, Coyote Moon, How I Survived My Summer Vacation: Vol 1, and Blood and Fog.
Main link goes to Spike and Dru: Pretty Maids in a Row.