At long last! Zero and his performing troupe lend their feline talents to a classic tale of Japanese Cinema! Yes, it was finished some time ago, and premiered at the screening in May. Now it is time to unleash upon the world. This is a good sign of things to come. There will be many […]
It’s been a while since I promised more CHT. But I have been a bit busy, what with the book, the Brian Dewan project, and the new Kitten DVD. Even so, I offer you this new trailer for the CHT project, next on the list. Get the Flash Player to see this content. Download the […]
Regard this, a new still from the next installment of “Cat Head Theatre.” It has been some time since the first one, but this next production is all the better for coming so late.
She is already missed.
It is an amazing talent. Leon Dewan has many such talents, considering he is one half of the amazing electronic duo Dewanatron, who build custom synthesizers according to peculiar algorithms and then perform with them. But Leon can not only create confusing electronic devices. He can also, by means of great effort and muscle control, […]
That’s even more people looking at Cat-Heads! If you would like to see this for yourself, you can. CHT is at this link on YouTube.com. Yes, more Cat-Head Theatre is planned. Yes, I am finishing “Aluminum or Glass” before that happens. Yes, unfortunately, I have to work for a living as well.
The number right now, as of 12:51 AM on 20 January 2007: 1,006,129. That’s a lot of people watching cat heads. I’m stunned, delighted, and deeply humbled that so many people would bother. If you’re reading this and you’re one of them, my thanks to you for clicking.
As of today “Cat Head Theatre” has over half a million views on YouTube. And the fine folks at “Good Morning America” gave the Cat Heads a full 30 seconds. It would have been nice to get my name right, but one cannot have everything. (Update January 2007: over 900,000 views. Can a MILLION be […]
It’s been up there for a while, but the kind folks at YouTube.com selected “Cat Head Theatre” this week, resulting in over 350,000 viewings. That’s way more than this site could get on its own. Thanks to all who watched. Here it is again: