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“The Adventures of Buckskin Jack” is Coming For You!

    
Posted at 03:34 PM ET, 09/26/2012  
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A locally produced original musical comedy – “The Adventures of Buckskin Jack: The Legend of the Fully Grooved Axe” – is screening on Thursday, October 25th, at 7 p.m. in the Prince Theatre of Chestertown, Maryland.    

The tall ship “Sultana” out of Chestertown, Md., is the stage for two musical numbers of the low-budget SAG film, which was shot in the Washington-Baltimore area. The filming of one of the musical numbers "On The Sea" caused much stir during The Down Rigging Weekend a few years back so now all those curious onlookers may finally enjoy the finished product.  

"The film takes place the year 1710, a time of unbridled greed and exploitation of the poor and uneducated. The more things change, the more they stay the same," said screenwriter-director Liv Violette, a graduate of Towson State University who is now a Washington, D.C. area movie producer. This is her first film, co-produced with her Mike Violette, Thomas Nichols and Matthew Lee Strickland.   

Starring in the production is Shakespeare Theatre actor Tony Roach, along with Dana Levanovsky from The Source and The Forum Theatre in the Washington area. The film also features Matthew Lee Strickland, now studying in New York with The Upright Citizens Brigade.  

The musical comedy tells the story of the “Robin Hood of the American Colonies,” said Liv Violette, who also wrote most of the lyrics. Washington area musicians perform in the movie’s 16 original songs, which were recorded at Cue Recording in Falls Church, Va.    
"It's a love story about an infamous renegade who attempts to leave his past behind him and live a conventional life with his wife and her child,” she said. “It all happens in a time when big money rules and the little guy always loses -- that is unless the hero Buckskin Jack comes to their rescue. With the double identity of a feckless fop and backwoods renegade, he mingles among the powerful and the down trodden with ease. It's about might for right. Yes, it's another story about a super hero -- but this one wears a full bottomed wig during the day."

For tickets and information go to www.garfieldcenter.org
 

“The Adventures of Buckskin Jack” Premiering in Baltimore

    
Posted at 02:30 PM ET, 05/03/2012  
The Mclean PR Group, Inc.
6731 Whittier Ave., Suite C1
McLean, Va. 22101

The long-awaited Baltimore premier of a locally produced original musical comedy – “The Adventures of Buckskin Jack: The Legend of the Fully Grooved Axe” – is screening on Wednesday, May 23, at 7 p.m. the Charles Theatre.  

The tall ship “Sultana” out of Chestertown, Md., is the stage for two musical numbers of the low-budget SAG film, which was shot in the Washington-Baltimore area. In keeping with the film's theme of the powerful protecting the vulnerable, the premiere will benefit the homeless shelter Project Plase 
www.projectplase.org.   

"The film takes place the year 1710, a time of unbridled greed and exploitation of the poor and uneducated.  The more things change, the more they stay the same," said screenwriter-director Liv Violette, a graduate of Towson State University who is now a Washington, D.C. area movie producer. This is her first film, co-produced by Mike Violette, Thomas Nichols and Matthew Lee Strickland.  

Starring in the production is Shakespeare Theatre actor Tony Roach, along with Dana Levanovsky from The Source and The Forum Theatre in the Washington area.  

The musical comedy tells the story of the “Robin Hood of the American colonies,” said Violette, who also wrote most of the lyrics. Washington area musicians perform in the movie’s 16 original songs, which were recorded at Cue Recording in Falls Church, Va.   

"It's a love story about an infamous renegade who attempts to leave his past behind him and live a conventional life with his wife and her child,” Violette said.  “It all happens in a time when big money rules and the little guy always loses -- that is unless the hero Buckskin Jack comes to their rescue. With the double identity of a feckless fop and backwoods renegade, he mingles among the powerful and the down trodden with ease. It's about might for right. Yes, it's another story about a super hero -- but this one wears a full bottomed wig during the day."
 
       
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