It’s the actor’s worst nightmare. The lights go up.They walk on stage.
Welcome back to Woodville for episode four of the web comedy. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon, directed by Georgiana Taylor, the show follows Sid, a small-town documentary maker who has never made a documentary.
Yes, you probably want to see this. Ortega dates the first scenes as April 2009 but leaves it at that.
It says something about the popularity of “Dancing With the Stars” that the show’s professional dancers have become almost as famous as the celebrities they’re paired with. Take Mark Ballas, who last season waltzed and tangoed his way to a first-place finish with Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson — his second mirror ball trophy since he joined the hit series in 2007