The Green Dragon Tavern
We are happy to announce that Hannah Sheehan has returned to help us on Dancing Daisy Day. Hannah provided much of the original music for There be Monsters!, including the beautifully haunting song, ‘Go’ which we used during the closing credits.
For Daisy, Hannah will be once again scoring the incidental music as well as providing the song which will feature in the opening credits of the animation.
Welcome back, Hannah, we are lucky to have you.
One of the most important choices I had to make in bringing There be Monsters! to the screen was in my choice of an actor to play The Narrator. I knew that the narration would set the tone for the whole project – the style, the characters, the sets, the camera movements, the music – they were all captive to the narration. So when I heard Tony’s narration, I considered myself to be one very fortunate director. And others agreed.
So to bring Tony back for Dancing Daisy Day was a no-brainer. In fact, Tony is even more important to this project, because when I wrote the story, Tony’s interpretation of the narrator had become my interpretation.
Tony Impieri has been a voice actor for more than 2 decades, voicing literally thousands of radio and television commercials, as well as e-learning and corporate projects. From Ace Hardware . . . to Zimbrick BMW . . . and every “letter” in-between, companies around the world rely on Tony for what he brings to their projects . . . honesty and sincerity both on and off the mic.
For 25 years he has been doing what he loves best . . . breathing life to the written word.
Thanks, Tony, for returning to work with us on Dancing Daisy Day.
Just how did a young girl called Daisy happen to have a holiday named after her?
Dancing Daisy Day is picking up pace. Great narration by Tony Impieri. Great music. Check out our little trailer.
It’s been a while, but at last, there is a brand new Tale from the Green Dragon Tavern – The Prodigal Son – Read it in the Library.
There be Monsters! is now online at IndieReign.
Leaving the safety and comfort of their village, Tom, Billy, George and Ron set out to climb a mountain. Along the way, they meet an Inn-keeper and his daughter, a Farmer, and even a King in a fairytale castle. At every stop, they are warned about the monsters that lay ahead.
* Award Winner: 2011 My Hero International Film Festival *