Reflecting on a transformative experience…
100% improvised for Best Buy.
I’m in Best Buy’s campaign!
…it is Minneapolis-based Venske’s acting that anchors the piece solidly…Venske attacks with enthusiasm…left the audience in stitches…Venske is at his best, unafraid to bust a move or pull out a silly dialect. His intensity is impressive…he doesn’t disappoint…enjoyable experience from beginning to end…
-Julia Katz, DC Theatre Scene
…a one-man show deftly performed by Michael Venske…there’s so much good stuff you’ll hear…you’ll also experience some brilliant acting…this is Michael’s first one-man show, but you’d be surprised considering how well he performs and how well its delivered…
-Grace Kim, DC Metro Theatre Arts
“Michael did a superb job, very professional. We were impressed that he could memorize such a dull and corporate content filled script. With his skills and hard work we were ahead of schedule throughout the shoot. Not to mention his performance was in front of the clients (they loved him too)”
If you enjoyed the preview, purchase “In The Words of Dr. Will: The Primary Value of Mayo Clinic.” Proceeds are used to further medical education and research at Mayo Clinic.
Matt Joyer’s short film “Someone, Something,” written by Ryan Nichols, has been accepted into the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival! My first film fest!
This is particularly exciting because less than two months ago the film appeared in the Twin Cities Film Festival!
The film will be screened twice, once during the fall of 2010 in Los Angeles and then in the spring of 2011 in New York City.
On Saturday, November 13 in Los Angeles you can see the film at the Culver Plaza Theatre, located across the street from Sony Studios and the Kirk Douglas Theatre at 9919 Washington Boulevard.
If you’re in the LA-area buy tickets and check it out!
Behind-the-scenes of “In The Words of Dr. Will: The Primary Value of Mayo Clinic.”