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Bww TV: First Look at Gregory Wooddell, Christina Pumariega and More in Cst's Henry VIII - Highlights!

Chicago Shakespeare Theater Cst announces William Shakespeare's Henry VIII, the first professional Chicago production in 400 years since its debut at Shakespeare's Globe in London. Staged by Artistic Director Barbara Gaines in Cst's Courtyard Theater April 30-June 16, 2013, Henry VIII features a celebrated company of artists that includes Gregory Wooddell in the title role and Christina Pumariega as Anne Boleyn. The Acting Company features an ensemble of veteran Cst actors which includes Kate Buddeke, David Darlow, Kevin Gudahl, Scott Jaeck, Ora Jones, David Lively and Mike Nussbaum. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production highlights below.
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Photo Flash: First Look at Gregory Woodell, Christina Pumariega and More in Cst's Henry VIII

Chicago Shakespeare Theater Cst announces William Shakespeare's Henry VIII, the first professional Chicago production in 400 years since its debut at Shakespeare's Globe in London. Staged by Artistic Director Barbara Gaines in Cst's Courtyard Theater April 30-June 16, 2013, Henry VIII features a celebrated company of artists that includes Gregory Wooddell in the title role and Christina Pumariega as Anne Boleyn. The acting company features an ensemble of veteran Cst actors which includes Kate Buddeke, David Darlow, Kevin Gudahl, Scott Jaeck, Ora Jones, David Lively and Mike Nussbaum. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production shots below.
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True Nature Changes its Colours and Genres Brilliantly: A Movie Review

*there are major spoilers here and readers are encouraged to see this title before reading this review. **a screener of this film was provided by producer Ann Rotolante. Director/writer: Patrick Steele. Cast: Carolyn McCormick, Marianne Porter, Reg Land, David Darlow, John Woodruff, Marc Pitman, Michael Accardo, and Kevin R. Kelly. True Nature is one of those films that leaves one in awe as the final credits roll. Director Patrick Steele's first film involves an excellent script, some compelling action and a psychological journey that few will forget. As well, Steele's picture blends genres, with True Nature transforming throughout the film's short ninety minutes. This title is a true chameleon as lead character Marianne (Marianne Porter) deals with some difficult trauma and troubling memories. The film focuses primarily on the character Marianne. She is a young woman who disappears late at night, while running. She reappears muddy, hurt and scared over a year later,
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The True Nature of Patrick Steele's Film to be Revealed January 22nd

Tagline: "Somewhere between life and death lies the truth." True Nature is a horror thriller from first time feature film director Patrick Steele. True Nature keeps much of its dark story hidden as seen in the film's trailer. Essentially, Becky (Carolyn McCormick) is abducted while jogging at night. She goes missing for over a year. But then, she turns up out of the blue. What has she experienced? And, what horrors has she seen? Fans of dramatic thrillers can find out the answers to these questions and others January 22nd. Monarch Home Entertainment will release this title on DVD and the film's official artwork is hosted below. Prepare for mystery, intrigue and more with True Nature set to launch shortly. Release Date: January 22, 2013 (DVD). Director/writer: Patrick Steele. Cast: Carolyn McCormick, Marianne Porter, Reg Land, David Darlow, John Woodruff, Marc Pitman, Michael Accardo and Kevin R. Kelly. The official trailer
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True Nature Brings Violence and Abduction to Atlanta August 13th

True Nature - Steele PosterTrue Nature is one of several films that will show at The Atlanta Horror Film Festival and True Nature stands out by adding a mysterious disappearance of a troubled young girl. Comparing itself to the "edgy fare of Polanski, Kubrick...and American films of the 1970s," True Nature has some big shoes to fill and some big expectations to meet (True Nature). The trailer below for the film does show some strong themes of wealth, advantage, and the vulnerability of anyone, regardless of class, to violence and abduction. But, whether director Patrick Steele's picture is on par with Kubrick will be seen August 13th. Have a watch of Steele's (Toss of a Coin) latest in this clip below and have a look at The Atlanta Horror Film Festival's full schedule also inside.

The synopsis for True Nature here:

"The Pascal family has it all - wealth,
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