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Nocturnal Notes: Try Not To Blink

Are you ready for more romance in your day? Today, in Nocturnal Notes, Art forgets the beautiful acquaintance’s name, and remembers only her area code: 626. Haunted by her charming giggle, he inquires and solicit, chase and stalk a face he could only wish to meet again. Listen now for Episode 2!

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“Try Not To Blink”

Written & Directed by Eugene Cordell & Stefanie Warner
Voiced by Tori Rodger & Joshua Hill
Sound Designed by Pedro Ortiz
Music Composed by Luke Geiger
Special Thanks to Diana Keeler

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driftplumeNocturnal Notes is online! Catch this romantic story of eccentric artists caught in the birth of social media, and share it with your friends and better half, today. Visit, listen, and download to your heart’s content in the following sites:

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Fresh Start, Fresh Faces: Nocturnal Notes’ 1st official radio play episode!

nocturnalnotesNocturnal Notes has just been published on Soundcloud! Episode 1: Fresh Start, Fresh Faces is the introduction of our first character, Eve Willows, an eccentric writer in her twenty-something’s, meeting Art for the very first time. Set in the Huntington Library, this charming, young, college student begins with her journal entry – providing us with her perspective of the life before the Recession. Click below to start this romantic-comedy in the early millennia’s birth of the online-social generation.

As a new project, introductions were produced by the Directors and Actors on Episode 0. The Directors, Eugene Cordell and Stefanie Warner, reminisce the endeavors of Azure Lorica that have led them to this project. The Actors, Tori Rodger and Joshua Hill, express their creepy similarities to their characters, and the welcoming of their listeners to Nocturnal Notes. The whole company is excited to join the radio revolution, and encourage you to join us for this romantic story between artists struggling in the dawn of the internet culture, as we know it now.

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Nocturnal Notes @ Litfest!

nnheaderCatch Drift Plume this Saturday at Litfest!

Returning to Pasadena, Litfest on the Prowl is hosting live readings, discussion panels, and our favorite events: live entertainment! From Poetry to Stand Up Comedy, Litfest is providing the public free admission to an all day celebration of literary indulgence. The festival is hosting programs within two blocks, and the challenge is to find your seat to this extraveganza of bibliophelia. For FREE!

Drift Plume is performing Nocturnal Notes, written by Eugene Cordell and Stefanie Warner. This ten minute play is set in Los Angeles, during the late end of the millenia of 2007 – a romantic comedy between eccentric lovers (Art and Eve) coping with the complicated culture of the newly introduced smartphone.

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Photo of Litfest 2012

Starring:

Yuki Hayashi – an Actress by night, and Assistant Mortitian by day. A fellow Angeleno, who is active in the anime convention scene as a “Moe” Cosplayer. It is rumored that she has charmed Cats to eat carrots…and vice versa.

Tori Rodgers – a student at FIDM, and theatre costume designer. Tori is a versatile Cosplayer and Actress – modelling offstage as videogame/anime characters, and acting onstage as a classically trained thespian. She occupies her boyfriend’s heart with true love and Pocky.

Original Nocturnal Notes Poster
Original Nocturnal Notes Poster

Vincent Vecino – an Actor, Singer, and a Management Specialist. Vincent can organize a fleet to staff events and business operations, and perform Opera in three international languages. The moon tweets him for encores.

So prepare for laughs, prepare for surprises, and prepare for lots and Lots and LOTS OF READING! Catch Drift Plume, as we perform in the streets of Pasadena at Litfest on the Prowl – between Colorado Blvd and El Molino, in front of the Pasadena Playhouse. Street parking is available everywhere. Please come and support the Arts! And did we mention it was FREE?

Litfest on the Prowl
May 9, 2015 | 5PM – 9PM
695 E. Colorado Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91101
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