Saturday, January 17, 2009

Just a Reminder:

Bradford Anderson and Kiera O’Neil will appear in a semi-staged reading of Celebration at The Crest Theatre, 1013 K Street, Sacramento, CA on January 17 at 8:00 p.m. Gala Reception tickets are available for $50 and general seating tickets are $25. Tickets may be purchased online at, or by visiting the Beat (1700 J Street, Sacramento, CA).

Friday, January 16, 2009

Attention fans of Spinelli/Maxie

You know what's super important?
GH needs to know how you felt about last weeks love scene/fight. Please, please, please take time out of your day to call the comment line and write a letter (or a few) about how impressed you were with those scenes. Even a week later, I think this is key. <--- Contact Information for the show in this link.
It's a very simple way to show your support for Bradford and his pairing. You'll feel really great when you do it too. Your opinion matters! Share it! Speak from the heart and let them know what those episodes meant to you as a soap fan.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

New Promo for upcoming storyline

Its full of spoilers don't watch if you like to be spoiler free.


GH featured in new season of THE BACHELOR

Update… the GENERAL HOSPITAL themed episode of THE BACHELOR airs on Monday, January 26th… Kirsten Storms and Bradford Anderson will appear.

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New Story about upcoming performance

Bradford will be performing in a partially stage reading of the musical "Celebration" in Sacramento, CA on January 17.

Bradford is mentioned in both the story and video at this site.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Absolutely Fearless

They updated the banner on the ABC Daytime website. Bradford is still up there. :)
In other news, Spinelli and Maxie's scenes from Thursday and Friday have been getting major buzz across different news sources, blogs, and fan boards. I saw the term "supercouple" used several dozen times, as well as "wow" and "whoa" and "awesome". I saw several new fans pop up on various boards shouting their love from the rooftops. Apparently, people love them some Spixie goodness. Major kudos, Bradford and blew people's minds last week.
I haven't seen anything quite like it in a long time. Many people were even so bold as to say they would stop watching General Hospital if Spinelli and Maxie weren't made a couple because that was the only thing they felt real investment in. I know how they feel. As a fan of Spixie, I was proud. As a fan of General Hospital, I was invigorated. Those scenes jolted me with their passion, realism, and pure drama etched into each word delivered by the actors.
I did a lot of theater when I was young and some competitive acting in high school. I know why it was fun for me--when you find your pacing with another actor and really FEEL the scene, there's nothing quite like it. It's a buzz. This "buzz" was evident between Bradford and Kirsten during Spinelli and Maxie's fight. It was like a duel, two actors so engaged in a scene that they were trying to "one up" the other person, to keep raising the bar with each line delivered. It doesn't happen all the time, and when you can see a real duel between actors you connect to it. Bradford took Spinelli to a high level emotionally, and Kirsten was right there challenging him to go even further with the intensity, which pushed her further with Maxie's character. This tennis match between the usually comedic duo was epic drama to watch. At the end of the day it was a tie game and a perfect score, because the two complimented each other SO well.
They were fearless in those scenes. I can't think of a simpler way to describe it. Absolutely fearless. With delivery like that, I simply must see more of them. Please, GH? Puhleeezze?

Free Spinelli from Jail!!

Call this number and say you want him out