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VOID WORLD
written & directed by Colin Willkie
directed by JJ Mayes (ep 3)

3 Episodes
Original Run: 2 Episodes - 11/20/10 - 12/4/10
Playoffs: 1 Episode - 5/21/11

Step Into the Nothing.

CAST

Michael Holmes

William (Eps. 1-3)

Gregory Guy Gorden

Bush ((Eps. 1-2)

Eric Curtis Johnson

Shrub (Eps. 1-2)

Sean Pritchett

Mudleak (Eps. 1-3)

Colin Willkie

Mr. Dystrophy (Eps. 1-3)

Mandi Moss

Quench (Eps. 1-3)

Corey Klemow

Mitch the Wise Man (Eps. 2-3)

Victor Isaac

Boob Tree (Eps. 2-3)

JJ Mayes & Rick Steadman

The Chariatard (Ep. 1)

Jennefer Ludwigsen & Jonas Oppenheim

The Chariatard (Eps. 1-2)

JJ Mayes & Jonas Oppenheim

The Chariatard (Ep. 3)

Trey Perkins, Rick Steadman & Terry Tocantins

War Chariatard (Ep. 3)

EPISODE ONE (11/20/10)
Photos by C.M. Gonzalez
Video by Aaron Francis

SUMMARY:  After a car accident, William wakes up in a bizarre world, where he is beset upon as a criminal after plucking a flower from a talking bush, and is then taken under the wing of Tyson Mudleak, who drives a "Chariatard."  Meanwhile, the menacing Mr. Dystrophy and Quench notice that the walls of their prison are dissolving. There must be a stranger in Void World... and soon they will be free. 

An unconscious William arrives in Void World. Don't obey that sign... Meet Mudleak (Sean Pritchett) and his Chariatard (JJ Mayes, Jennifer Ludwigsen, Jonas Oppenheim). William's still confused. Yup, still confused. Quench (Mandi Moss) and Mr. Dystrophy (Colin Willkie). Quench (Mandi Moss) and Mr. Dystrophy (Colin Willkie). Quench (Mandi Moss) and Mr. Dystrophy (Colin Willkie). The walls of their cell are dissolving.  Uh oh. Curtain Call


Meet Quench and Mr. Dystrophy.

EPISODE TWO (12/4/10)
Photos by C.M. Gonzalez
Video by Aaron Francis

SUMMARY:  Mudleak takes William to meet Mitch, the Wise Man... who is in love with a Boob Tree.  Mitch thinks that William wants to steal his one true love away, so challenges him to a deadly Chariatard race to settle the matter.  Meanwhile, Quench and Mr. Dystrophy are on William's trail, and once the bushes tell them where he's gone, they murder them, just for fun.

Mitch the Wise Man (Corey Klemow) is in love with a Boob Tree (Victor Isaac). Hi, Boob Tree. Mudleak leads William to the Wise Man. The Chariatard awaits. Mudleak explains Void World's social niceties. 'To talk to a Wise Man, you must keep their attention, or they just stare and drool.' William gets too near the Boob Tree for Mitch's liking. Shrub (Eric Curtis Johnson) and Bush (Gregory Guy Gorden), foliage in love. Quench and Mr. Dystrophy want to know where the stranger is. Quench and Mr. Dystrophy want to know where the stranger is. They swear that they wouldn't hurt a fly...


Mitch the Wise Man is in love with a Boob Tree.


Shrub and Bush have an unfortunate encounter with Quench and Mr. Dystrophy.

PLAYOFFS WEEK TWO!
EPISODE THREE (5/21/11)
Photos by C.M. Gonzalez

SUMMARY:  Mudleak warns William that Chariatard races are long, bloody affairs.  Mitch enters on his War Chariatard, here to reclaim his honor and fight for the love of his boob tree.  William, panicking, is advised by Mudleak to cheat.  The Chariatard race is a confusing affair with no clear rules, but William ultimately triumphs by throwing candy off the track, and Mitch's War Chariatard follows.  However, William's triumph is short-loved.  Quench and Dystrophy arrive, and Mudleak, terrified, hides.  The duo trap William and tell him that with his last breath, he's doing them a great service...

"Chariatard races are long, bloody affairs." Mitch arrives in his War Chariatard (Trey Perkins, Rick Steadman & Terry Tocantins). "I have come, stranger, to reclaim my honor!" William doesn't know how he can possibly win. "Cheat!" advises Mudleak. Quench and Dystrophy arrive, and watch the race. Quench and Dystrophy arrive, and watch the race. "Mr. Dystrophy... fortune has smiled upon us." "Shh. Don't talk." "Don't ruin the moment." "Just know that with your last breath... you're doing us a great service." "Thank you. Now don't move." "It might make it hurt less." Curtain Call