Okay, so I totally failed in putting this video up before/on Halloween, but here it is, in case you missed it…
The Tribe creators Cloud 9 Ltd have uploaded a video to their official Tribe YouTube channel of the cast wishing fans a Happy Halloween… Check it out…
Beth Allen (Amber), Meryl Cassie (Ebony), Caleb Ross (Lex), Michelle Ang (Tai-San), Antonia Prebble (Trudy), Megan Alatini (Java) and Lucas Hayward (Sammy)- in that order.
Make sure you subscribed to the Official theTribeTVseries. There’s also some old Channel 5 (UK) interviews I uploaded of Damon Andrews (Guardian), Jacob Tomuri (Luke) and Vanessa Stacey (Alice) in a Halloween themed interview… Check those interviews out here and here.
A religious apparition appeared in the Shortland Street studios in New Zealand… The Virgin Mary appeared in someone’s coffee mug!
Damon Andrews, who was The Guardian in The Tribe, and is currently a writer for Shortland Street, talked to TV reporter Alison Pough about reactions to the appearance of The Virgin Mary in a fellow Shortland Street writers coffee mug. Check him out below…
Damon Andrews appears in the video at about 1:08.
Damon in also quoted in an article online here.
With thanks to TribeUniverse for the info via Twitter :) – (This post has been back dated).
(The Guardian/Jaffa in The Tribe) is currently a writer for NZ drama Shortland Street. Damon recently returned to the stage for a short run of Niu Sila
, a theatre production he has performed over the years with Dave Fane.
The production ran for three nights (March 5-7) at the Rotorua Convention Centre as part of the Rotorua Festival of Arts.
Niu Sila is a comedy play written Oscar Kightley and Dave Armstrong, Niu Sila has won awards and played internationally since 2004. There is a review for the most recent performance here.
This week it came to our attention that the awesome Damon Andrews
has been working on Shortland Street
as a series writer! As part of the talented writing team of the New Zealand drama, Damon gets involved in writing the storylines for the Shorty characters. Doing a google search, I’ve found his writing credits in Shorty date back to 2007.
Sadly we don’t see him on screen, and we wouldn’t have known about it until we saw this video, where Damon talks about Shortland Streets feature length episode (broadcasting on Monday in NZ):
Ooh do not trust that charming smile people, ’tis really The Guardian! Run people! Run!
With thanks to Jebrill and tribeHeaven’s Twittering.