As we celebrate the final week of Aurelia, the show team was excited to learn that one of our actors, Marcus Rauchfuß, with his co-author Alex Jahnke, has won an award for his contributions to speculative fiction in the German-language guide Steampunk -kurtz & geek. (For our American audience, Marcus tell us this work is similar to The Steampunk Bible.) Marcus is also the curator of the popular blog, Daily Steampunk.
What can we say? Aurelians are an enterprising and talented lot!
October 16, 2013 | Categories: Actors, Press | Tags: award, Daily Steampunk, German, Marcus Rauchfuß, Marcus Rauchfuss, Role-playing, speculative fiction, steampunk, Steampunk -kurtz & geek | Leave a comment
This past week, the Daily Steampunk blog reached out to us for an interview about Aurelia. We happily obliged and discussed steampunk’s influence on Aurelia, among other things. It includes contributions from Lisa, Kelly, and the Marketing Director for Theatrics, Nick DeMartino. Read the interview yourself by clicking the image:
August 1, 2013 | Categories: Art | Tags: Aurelia, Daily Steampunk, daily-steampunk.com, Edge of Darkness, interactive, interview, Kelly, Lisa, Nick DeMartino, press, Rise of the Tiger, Theatrics, web show | Leave a comment
You open the door and take a seat near the bar. Smoke fills the air. A group of seedy-looking individuals sits in the corner, whispering amongst themselves in the confines of the shadows. Those must be the people you’re looking for, but that can wait. It’s been a long day, and you could use a bite to eat and maybe a drink first. A woman approaches you from behind the bar. “Welcome to Octavia’s,” she says. “What can I get you?”
We’ve got some artwork to unveil today, showing off our new character Octavia. This piece comes courtesy of artist Ignacio Narbona.
July 31, 2013 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: actors, Aurelia, Aurelia: Edge of Darkness, call for actors, Daily Steampunk, Edge of Darkness, interview, Kelly Cook, Lisa England, Live action role-playing game, press, Rise of the Tiger, steampunk | Leave a comment