Cast Spotlight – Misterblue Waves

In Lailu Loon, Original Theatre, Oxymoronic Fusion, Profiles, Virtual World on April 8, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged: , ,

Misterblue Waves plays "Sybil" in Z. Sharon Glantz's "Oxymoronic Fusion"

Misterblue Waves has been dabbling in SL theater for several years with his last performance as Archeron in the original play ‘Hypatia of Alexandria” written by Skylar Smythe and Produced by Josue Habana.

Other activities include creating machinema and managing the Portland Connection sim a replica build of Portland Oregon, United States.


Oxymoronic Fusion Trailers

In Uncategorized on April 3, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged: , , , ,

Here is the official trailer for the Z. Sharon Glantz’s “Oxymoronic Fusion” an original theatre production written and performed in the virtual world of Second Life™.

Opening day is Saturday April 3, 2010.

This machinima was created by Josue Habana of featuring pre-press about the upcoming production.


Oxymoronic Press

In Uncategorized on March 26, 2010 by lailuloon

Review: Oxymoronic Fusion – Adric Antfarm

Seattle Weekly Events

Oxymoronic Fusion – Josue Habana

Writers in the Virtual Sky – Joan Kremer

The Seattle Times

The Metaverse Tribune – Article by Dilana Llewelyn

Machinima by Josue Habana

“What is this Crap” – Crap Mariner

Friend Feed

Grid Syndicate

Jordo Media

Jwheels Recommends


Cast Spotlight – Kayden O’Connell

In Lailu Loon, Original Theatre, Oxymoronic Fusion, Uncategorized on March 17, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged:

Kayden Oconnell comes to Second Life™ with over thirty years of experience in real world theater.  He is also a published playwright and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.  He has worked in commercial radio and done voice-over work for a number of clients.  As a resident of Second Life™ for over two years, he has continued to use those skills in performing in this virtual world and working for commercial clients in preparing films.  In Second Life™ he is experienced and confident in the use of avatar movement, appearance and voicing.

Producer/Manager/Actor with the Second Life Avatar Repertory Theater

Director/Playwright/Actor/Producer in real world theater

Keyboard Musician with real world vocal jazz group

Recipient of regional arts fellowship for work in theater

In-world Projects

“The Best Christmas Special . . . Ever!”, as part of the 48 Hour Film Project (Robert Thomas) – Suzy’s Super Cast and Crew

“The Real Christmas Story: The Christmas I Met Santa” (Old Man/Ian); “He Remembers It Well” (Older) –  A.R.T.

Machinima Productions and Live Events (Cast and Crew Member) – Suzy’s Super Cast and Crew

“13 Objects” A Lonely Spade (Officer); Tin (Soldier); Cracked Lens (Youth); Blind Prejudice (Optician); The Hermit’s War With God (First Poor) – A.R.T. and Coventry University

Burns & Allen do Abbot & Costello (George Burns) – Ideajuice Studios

Shakespeare at the Pavilion (Antony, Claudius, Demetrius) – A.R.T. and San Diego City Sim

“The Tempest” (Prospero) – A.R.T. and Garden World Sim

“The Iconoclasts” (The Patriarch) – Present Company

“Tales of the Metaverse: Under the Skin” (Brad) – A.R.T. and Avatar Machinima Productions

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (Oberon, Theseus) – Ivy Spirit Productions and Act Up Theatre Company

“Hamlet” Mini-Series – (Horatio) SL Shakespeare Company

“Kingdom Calling” (Anthony) – Valley Spirit Productions

Ego – voice over “Alls Well That Ends Well” (King) – Tyrol Rimbaud Installation

Voiceovers for Popcha! and Sound’r Productions

St. Andrews Pilot (Nick) – Silver Seraph Productions


The Best Christmas Special…Ever!” machinima project.

Burns and Allen do Abbott and Costello, Ideajuice Studios

Website for Avatar Repertory Theater

Livestream Site for Avatar Repertory Theater Programming


Cast Spotlight – Eve Petlyakov

In Lailu Loon, Original Theatre, Oxymoronic Fusion, Virtual World on March 11, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged: , , ,

Eve Petlyakov stars in Z. Sharon Glantz's Original Play "Oxymoronic Fusion"

Eve Petlyakov is one creative that you certainly want to keep an eye on.

The lovely and talented American made her Second Life™ acting debut last summer in Josue Habana and Skylar Smythe’s production of “Hypatia of Alexandria” playing the dramatic role of Lydia.  Her incredible death scene roused patrons from their seats and won her and the cast accolades for the moving performance.

An accomplished photographer and builder, she spends her time mastering and competing in building blitzes at NCI, creating in her home studio.

As if that were not enough to keep her busy, Eve Petlyakov is a recognized face in the Second Life™ fashion industry where she proudly manages the grid’s largest male fashion conglomerate KMADD Enterprise; which encapsulates MAD Studio, MADesign, and MAD Agency, one of the grid’s most foremost fashion houses.

Eve’s art photography  has been featured in BOSL and Maniera Magazines.  She also contributes quarterly on the topic of seasonal fashion trends for “The Metaverse Tribune”.  Click here to see her last fashion review.

Her favorite activities include mentoring at Help Island Public and exploring the grid.


Cast Spotlight – Crap Mariner

In Art in Virtual Worlds, Original Theatre, Virtual World on March 8, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged: , ,

Crap Mariner stars in Z. Sharon Glantz's "Oxymoronic Fusion"

Crap Mariner plays a “dummy” in the upcoming production of “Oxymoronic Fusion” an original play staged in the Virtual World of Second Life™.  Crap is a prolific entertainer in Second Life and has one of the more scripted articulated avatars on the grid, which is of course amazingly detailed and an artform to look at.

She also takes about three hours to “load”.  And that’s with a superior graphics card.

Moving on.

In her own recyclable words: ” R. Crap Mariner is an independent clockwork humanoid designed to overthrow and crush the human race in the future war between robots and humans.  In the meantime, it waits patiently in its Clocktree Park, a subtle perversion of nature and technology. Biding its time, writing and recording a 100 word story every day.

To hear the recordings of the 100 word stories click here.

Crap Mariner is also a recognized advocate of the independent music industry inside of Second Life, assisting new artists with resources to promote their live music performances by founding Tunes InSL.  For more information on that project click here.


Crew Spotlight – Josue Habana and Skylar Smythe

In Art in Virtual Worlds, Original Theatre, Oxymoronic Fusion, Uncategorized, Virtual World on March 7, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged: ,

Josue Habana & Skylar Smythe provide media and communication support to the 2010 production of "Oxymoronic Fusion"

Skylar Smythe is a writer by virtue and contributes to a growing collection of “chick lit” poetry with over 250 original pieces of poetry on her website:  The Toronto Canada native also wrote and co-produced/directed a five act play in 2009 titled “Hypatia of Alexandria” with friend and creative partner, Josue Habana.  For the preview trailer of the virtual theater production  “Hypatia of Alexandria” please click here.

Skylar joined the virtual world of Second Life in 2007 and became a recognized performer in the spoken world community there.   In 2009 she assisted Da Vinci Isle in a poetry auction which raised $500 USD for the childrens charity “WarChild International”.   Click here for more information about the event and charity.

Her multi-media talents lend her to contribute as the “Editor in Chief” of “The Metaverse Tribune” a popular source for news on all virtual worlds, gaming and emerging technologies.

Josue Habana is a talented writer, entrepeneur and Media Manager/SEO Master from the United Kingdom.   Josue produces content for a popular Second Life Parody website called “Pixel Scoop“.   Josue is an active enthusiast of the Spoken Word online and offline, and shares his poignant slam poetry at “The Lyrical Cafe” an indie venue and growing literary community in Second Life™.

Skylar and Josue share a passion for promoting creativity and collaboration in Virtual Worlds and co-founded and maintain an Arts Review and Forum called “Avatar Writes”.