Welcome to the virtual Mark Gindick, VPC-VOD: Virtual Physical Comedy Career On Demand.
Here’s what's going in 2013 for Mark:
With several opportunities afloat, and eyes and ears out there on the perfromance seas, Mark's one-man theaterical show Wing-Man is sailing toward residencies, shows and workshops, with new creative multi-media platforms and directions on the current horizon.
Hungry and energetic Mark makes some professional bacon and burns some creative fat by performing a la carte corporate gigs, teaching, auditioning for national long-running fortune 100 television commercials, Broadway to Off-Broadway gigs, film, television and circus.
Live theatrical Mark.
After flying high on Theatre Row 42nd Street, Mark is taking his latest one-man show "Wing-Man" on the road for residencies and performances around the country. With his new collaborator, dramaturge Anne Davison ("Bloody Andrew Jackson"), Mark continues to develop"Wing-Man" experimenting with the digital projection mapping realm, challenging expectations of clowning, and connecting to the audience with lots of laughter and a few tears.
Mark continues to perform with dance partners Katie Fraggos & Wendy Seyb in selective venues. After working with the great Doug Elkins and Friends' Fraulein Maria, Mark is developing and performing a brand new piece with Mr. Elkins soon. Dance comedy genre opportunities abound, creating its trend any day now.
Pixel and Celluloid Mark.
Samples worth your time:
Run away with the circus and follow Mark in the PBS documentary CIRCUS by the producers SHOW OF FORCE. This six-hour series takes you on an unforgettable trip with the legendary Big Apple Circus. From the big top to the "back lot"- where the real heart of the circus beats-- explore a distinctive world with its own rules, lingo and no fixed address. Get involved with the diverse characters who make up the Big Apple family. Share their fears and frustrations, triumphs and failures and find out what it really means to live life in the ring. Circus on PBS
Julie & Julia
Netflixing or Hulu-ing, you can catch Mark and his spatula in cooking scenes with Meryl Streep in Julie & Julia.