11 Jun Shakespeare on the Range
Shakespeare on the Range
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Garrett Kruithof, born and raised in Northwest Louisiana, has appeared in dozens of televisions most popular shows and feature films. Garrett has appeared with recurring roles as Assistant District Attorney Roy Stout on Magic City, Detective Jimmy Dufrene on the HBO series True Detective, and Emile Hirsch, in Bonnie and Clyde
Garrett owns and operates Northwood Acting Studio at Millennium Studios in Shreveport, LA.
Born and raised in Shreveport Louisiana, Mark committed himself to storytelling shortly after his 18th birthday when he befriended a disabled neighbor on the verge of suicide. After confronting his neighbor, his neighbor decided against carrying out his deed. Ever since, the words “if your story can change a man’s life, you have done your job,” stuck with him. After this moment, Mark dedicated his career to screenwriting. At age 19, he had his first screenplay optioned and have since gone on to acting and directing as well.
Award-winning Actress, Director, Coach and Instructor Mary Thoma has been teaching acting for over 25 years. With credits in theater, film, television and radio, she is a versatile actress, commercial talent, director, coach, writer, and filmmaker. Her acting studio, TASA STUDIO (The Art and Soul of Acting) has been designated a sister studio to The True Acting Institute and the only studio with this distinction in the state of Louisiana. Her short film Dandelion, written and directed by Thoma in 2015, went on to win Top 20 at LAFP as well as a Founders Circle Award and has screened at multiple festivals nationwide. Her Production company, Four Women Films was launched the same year.
Ronald R. Bush
Ronald R Bush retired from the United States Air Force in 1989. After which he spent the next decade plus as a jeweler.
Six months before closing his jewelry store he acted in his first play and was hooked on acting. He has since been in numerous plays short films and a couple of feature films. He has written, produced and directed short films.
Joshua R Ford
Joshua Ryan Ford from New Orleans, Louisiana. Graduated from University of Louisiana at Lafayette in Fashion Design in 2012. While living in New York City in pursuit of career, Joshua began modeling. Later moved back home to New Orleans and began acting career.
Writer, Director, Producer
Christine started filming at an early age with her parent’s VHS camera. She soon discovered it was more than a hobby when she filmed her first documentary in Lijiang, China during undergrad for Rice University.
Christine later started her production company Moth to Flame, while obtaining her MBA at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business.
Her feature film, Funemployment” will be coming out in 2017 and her short film, “A Bird’s Nest,” and “Two Roads” can both be seen on ShortsTV.
Director of Photography
Taylor Camarot is an independent cinematographer based in Austin, TX. He graduated from Sedona Film School in 2012 with a certificate in narrative filmmaking. With the combination of sensitive lighting and creative camera moves, Taylor creates award winning cinematography. In addition to creativity, professionalism and communication are top priorities on every project.
Taylor is also an accomplished camera operator, owning a complete cinema camera package. He is experienced with most digital cameras, including RED, Blackmagic, Sony, Canon, etc. Having specialized in award winning films and commercials, personally winning Best Cinematography in 2013, Taylor’s technical knowledge, experience lighting a wide variety of looks, and creative camera moves will allow you to tell the best story possible