Thursday, March 09, 2006

March is Markus Seaberry Month!

This may sound arrogant, but March has to be the month of Markus. I didn't plan to have so many projects out, but, hey, it's exposure!

A rundown of my March events:

March 16:

Please come out to the Muvico Theatres on Thursday, March 16 for the premiere screening of "Just the Two of Us". This movie was shot here in Memphis and was directed by Memphis native Keenon Nikita, who was in Craig Brewer's film "The Poor and the Hungry". The Director of Photography was Rod Pitts, another local up and coming filmmaker ( I handled sound and lighting and I play Michael, a mentally challenged character. The film centers on the relationship between Keenon's character, Nic Peeples and his daughter, Ashley. It is a heartwarming, touching, funny film made here in Memphis with several Memphis actors. Please support this film. Again, the date is Thursday, March 16 at the Muvico Theatres downtown at Peabody Place. The movie starts at 7:30. There will be an afterparty at Isaac Hayes' immediately following the screening. The cast and crew of Dog Day Pictures would love to see you there.

March 25:

* Saturday March 25 2 p.m. - the First ever LIVE FROM MEMPHIS LIL' FILM FESTIVALLive From Memphis is pleased to present its first ever theme-based, mini-festival LIL' FILM FEST!! "What is Lil' Film Fest?" you ask. Well, there's always something weird, strange, unusual, funny, or at least interesting happening around town, so we figured, Why not turn those happenings into lil' films? This first ever Lil Film Fest theme is: Baptist Hospital Implosion. Visit LIVE FROM MEMPHIS regularly

Location:MeDiA Co-op: 1000 S. Cooper Memphis, TN 38104 901-278-9077 (in the basement of First Congo Prebyterian Church)

I will be in two shorts, Arrogant Dead People, directed by Jon Sparks (, and Imagine, directed by Rod Pitts (

March 27-March 30:

"Divine Manipulation of the Threads" will premiere at Malco's Studio on the Square with a limited run from March 27-30 (two matinees and two evening shows each day). It's by Rusted Sun Productions (, starring Bevan Bell and directed by Anthony Howald.

I play a thug in this one. It's a good film! I plan to be there on March 27 for all the people that want to see the movie with me.

March 31-April 1

The Gridiron Association ( presents their annual political satire production. The title of this year's production is "Waltzing In Memphis". Come for a night of fun-filled political sketches and witty musical numbers. The performances will be at the Al Chymia Shrine Center, 5770 Shelby Oaks Drive, Bartlett, TN 38134

March 31 show admission: $15.00

April 1 show admission: $60.00, which includes:

Cocktails – 6:00 PM
Dinner – 7:00 PM
Show – 8:00 PM

I portray Robert Lipscomb, Mayor Willie Herenton, and Rickey Peete. It should be fun!

Countdown to Just the Two of Us premiere: 7 Days and Counting!


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