Since it is evident that Remember WENN will never "tread the boards" at AMC
Things to emphasize in your missive to them:
Remember that AMC is a business; they are not interested in pleasing you as an individual. What they are looking for is to please a large number of people in a profitable market. So while you tell them you would be willing to purchase the series on DVD, please emphasize more that there are other viewers like you and that DVD release will be profitable to them.
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Note: Do not put Remember WENN on the envelope, lest they think it is a fan letter.
You can send e-mail to AMC as well, but usually a thoughtfully-written "snail mail" letter will say more to them about your interest in the series than an electronic one, as it takes some effort to sit down, compose a letter, and address an envelope, not to mention the price of a stamp. AMC usually responds to e-mail with a "canned" response anyway.
Most of Rupert's doings are covered on his web site: www.rupertholmes.com
The big news at the moment is the release of Rupert's newest mystery novel, Swing, set in the same era as Remember WENN at the Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island in San Francisco, California, which ran concurrently with the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair. The protagonist, saxophonist/
Rupert is making personal appearances at several West Coast bookstores in conjunction with the publication of the novel and will also be making an appearance on CBS Sunday Morning some time in the future.
Check Rupert's web page for more reviews of his new novel.
Rupert is also scheduled to appear at the Pike's Peak Writer's Conference held in Colorado Springs on April 22-24, -2009. He will be doing a Q&A session. Check out their website.
If you haven't visited this site yet, you're in for a treat: Kevin O'Rourke and Mark Blum have partnered to present online series pilots. Their first production, Art in Heaven was written by Rupert Holmes and stars Kevin, Christopher Murney, Maddie Pryor, and Matthew Arkin, and is the tale of two low-level deities who lend some Heavenly assistance to a desperate woman.
Premiering in April is Breakfast in Hollywood, starring Kevin and Mark as a playwright and sitcom writer, respectively. A short trailer is now available on the site.
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Carolee Carmello continues to appear on Broadway as Donna in Mamma Mia! and will be featured in an upcoming independent film, I Will Avenge You, Iago!
Mary Stout continues to appear as Madame de la Grande Bouche in Broadways's Beauty and the Beast.
If you live in the Grand Rapids, Michigan, area, Melinda's voice can be heard doing the narrations for the exhibits in the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. She also does commercials for Macy's in certain areas of the country.
Audiobooks featuring Kevin O'Rourke:
Audiobooks featuring John Bedford Lloyd: