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    "ALL FOR LIBERTY" Award-winning film!


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(843) 588-9636 Chris Weatherhead
Producing Director -
MOVIE TRAINING NEWS 2015 - 2016!  
Thank you donors!!

Casts & Crews of Movie TRAINiNG
2013 "Best Times" (20 min.) 
& 2014 "Father's Day Or Grandad's Device" (29 min.)

Both winners of Top Remi Awards @ Houston Worldfest 
                                                                International Film Festival  
& Accolade Global Film Competition in California 2015

 "Creating Great Memories for 20 years..."

Clarence Felder (star) Chris Weatherhead (Director/Writer/Producer) & Jean Carlton (Associate Producer) receive awards for both films in Houston!
Filmmaking students from left:
Katie Catoe, Tadia Anne White, Cameron King,
Olivia Levins & Zachary Shirley, rehearsing a 
scene from "Best Times", winner of a Gold Remi 
Award at Houston Worldfest Houston 
Film Festival, 2015!!!
For Movie Week Training Seminar 
2016 information...
call Chris Weatherhead at 843-588-9636
Actors' Theatre of SC receives a major grant from SC Humanities toward docudrama, 
"RADICAL SON, John Laurens' Journey"
to be shot in 2016...
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The Docu-Drama is based on the play, 
premiered In October of 2015...

​“RADICAL SON” World Premiere Play...
by Sandy Katz, American Theatre Critics Association

Showing their passion for authentic American historic heroes, Chris Weatherhead and Clarence Felder penned another potentially award-winning play "Radical Son," to keep company with "All For Liberty" named recently One of Top Ten Revolutionary War Movies by the Journal of the American Revolution.

Weatherhead directed this memorable and riveting play diligently maximizing the use of the intimate black-box stage at Threshold Repertory Theatre by using on-screen images to coordinate with minimalistic props.

One of the aesthetically pleasing elements of this staging was the director's use of magnificently talented costume designers Bruce Bryson, Jean Robertson Hutchinson and Kathy Pilson. Obviously, there was much research that went into creating all the authentically accurate costumes reflecting the historic time of this play.

Felder as Henry Laurens, father of the Radical Son, mesmerized the audience with his Shakespearian-style approach. Every morsel out of his mouth melodic and wonderful.  However, he knows how to share the spotlight with other performers.

Robbin Knight as the Radical Son held his own as he challenged his father's philosophy of freedom and slavery, both in contention with his fierce yearning for justice.

Adam Miles, Jamie Bellah, Kelvin Curtis, Terry Koster and Elizabeth Leigh Watson all contributed their talents to make this production a great place to be on a second Sunday afternoon in downtown Charleston.

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charity and has been in good standing for 20 years in South Carolina.