Actors' Theatre of South Carolina
Chris Weatherhead and Clarence Felder











   "Frederick Douglass...No Turning Back"  
             Starring Kyle Taylor 
                   at Piccolo Spoleto Theatre Festival

    THURSDAY, MAY 30 @ 7:30 PM
     THURSDAY, JUNE 6 & SATURDAY, JUNE 8 @ 7:30 PM
      SUNDAY, JUNE 9th @ 4:00 PM

    Circular Congregational Church 
    150 Meeting Street, Charleston 
          TIX ON SALE through Piccolo Spoleto Festival:   
             www.PiccoloSpoleto.com 2019











        Frederick Douglass...
     One of our greatest American heroes, 
     an electrifying orator, abolitionist, 
     Christian leader, and newspaper editor!  

     He thrilled audiences across America and 
     England in his quest to abolish slavery and 
     create true freedom and equality in America.  

     The fact Douglass was a slave until he escaped 
     at age 20 in 1838, is secondary to his astounding 
     accomplishments as a stunning and eloquent agent 
     of social reform for many decades after...
     he felt God called him to create freedom for all people 
     in America, so he spent his life challenging our society.  















          Sponsored in part by CITY OF CHARLESTON OFFICE OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, the 
          CITY OF NORTH CHARLESTON CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAM, the LOWCOUNTRY 
          QUARTERLY ARTS GRANT PROGRAM, The JOHN AND SUSAN BENNETT MEMORIAL 
          ARTS FUND OF THE COASTAL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF SC, and the 
          SOUTH CAROLINA ARTS COMMISSION

     Actors Theatre of South Carolina is funded in part by a Major Grant from South Carolina Humanities…
     The mission of South Carolina Humanities is to enrich the cultural and intellectual lives of all South                  Carolinians. This not-for-profit organization presents and/or supports literary initiatives, lectures, exhibits,          festivals, publications, oral history projects, videos and other humanities-based experiences 
     that reach more than 250,000 citizens annually. South Carolina Humanities receives funding from 
     National Endowment for the Humanities as well as corporate, foundation and individual donors.  
     It is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors of community leaders from throughout the state.
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     MOVING IMAGES GROUP at has completed 2 features & 7 family film shorts 
    garnering 20 global film awards!
          The award-winning"JOHN LAURENS' WAR" 
                       a docudrama of the forgotten struggle for freedom 




    Seven global film festival awards!!
    Docudrama feature
    for Cinematography
    (Richard Almes)
    Leading Actor
    (Robbin Knight)
    Supporting Actor
    (Clarence Felder)
    Direction
    (Chris Weatherhead)
   Winner!!
     A REMI AWARD from 
     the 50th WORLD FEST 
     HOUSTON FILM FESTIVAL!!​




































































Great Gift Idea!!
"ALL FOR LIBERTY" Award-winning film!
"ALL FOR LIBERTY" 
Available on AMAZON.COM​
www.gobmg.com

FAMILY SEAL OF APPROVAL
DOVE FOUNDATION for ages 12+  

"...will leave you feeling good  
hard-fought war for independence..."  
Dove Worldview, Edwin L. Carpenter







































































 INFORMATION  (843) 696-2761 

Chris Weatherhead, Producing Director 
chrisweatherhead1@gmail.com

HEARTFELT THANKS TO 
OUR TOP DONORS...

A Major Grant from SC HUMANITIES 
The GAYLORD & DOROTHY DONNELLEY FOUNDATION 
CHARLESTON COUNTY ATAX
JOHN & NORMA HALL
JANINE & GEORGE NAGRODSKY
KAREN STAWICKI 
BYRON SCOTT MINERD
GORDON & SUE KING
COLONIAL NOVELIST SUSAN CRAFT 
DR. JANE LaROCHE 
DR. PAUL O'BRIEN
RUSTY & DEBORAH STREETMAN
JEAN CARLTON
TERRY & ALEXIA HELSLEY
WINTHROP TREE SERVICE
MARY ANN & EDWARD TAYLOR
LIBBY DISMUKE
MYRON & ANN HARRINGTON
LIN & ED BENNETT
ROBBIN KNIGHT
TERRY WARD TUCKER
and more soon!!






For FILM CAMP 2019

MOVIE Training Seminar 
AUDITION TO SHOOT A FILM IN 
A WEEK
Information...
call Chris Weatherhead at 843-696-2761

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Further information on 
JOHN LAURENS' WAR docu-drama

 Actors Theatre of SC's 
Moving Images Group 
received a major grant 
from SC Humanities
toward docudrama,"
 Laurens War"

 A young top aide and brave soldier 
 with George Washington while fighting slavery 
 90 years before it ended...
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Thank you for considering this worthy cause...







        “…uplifting…commanding…an American hero…
                  an enthralled audience.”  Chase Ferren, Post & Courier

       “…a theatrical triumph…so real…so raw, so 
         poignant…one of the best performances of 
         the Spoleto season…”  
                                                  Mark Leon, Charleston Daily 

       “…so very powerful… Kyle is simply magnificent.  
                                                    Mick Leavitt, Broadway producer

    “Kyle Taylor brings Frederick Douglass to life – Witness the power of           Douglass and his importance to American history.” 
                                     City of Charleston Mayor 
                                      John J. Tecklenburg and Sandy Tecklenburg 

Give the gift of adventure & history! 
ALL FOR LIBERTY
Winner of Nine GLOBAL film awards!
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NEWS FLASH!! "John Laurens' War" winner of NINE global film awards...
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         Painting by 
         Francy Walsh  
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"A Midsummer Night's Dream" 
produced in Charleston July 2018
Actors' Theatre of South Carolina Spring 2019