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THE EXORCISM OF GOD Sets DVD & Blu-Ray Release Date
by Michael Major - Feb 22, 2022


The film features Will Beinbrink (It Chapter Two, “Queen of the South”), María Gabriela de Faría (“The Moodys,” “Deadly Class”), Joseph Marcell (The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air”), Hector Kotsifakis (“Malverde: El Santo Patrón,” “Enemigo Íntimo”), and Irán Castillo (“SOS Me estoy enamorando,” “La mexicana y el güero”).

VIDEO: Joseph Marcell Stars in THE EXORCISM OF GOD Trailer
by Michael Major - Feb 2, 2022


Peter Williams, an American priest in Mexico, is considered a saint by many local parishioners. However, due to a botched exorcism, he carries a dark secret that's eating him alive until he gets an opportunity to face his own demon one final time. The film stars Joseph Marcell, María Gabriela de Faría, Hector Kotsifakis, and Irán Castillo.

Xavier Dolan & Will Beinbrink Cast in New Line's IT: CHAPTER 2
by Macon Prickett - Jun 22, 2018


According to Deadline, Xavier Dolan and Will Beinbrink have landed supporting roles in New Line Cinema's IT Chapter Two for director Andy Muschietti, who helmed the original. The sequel portrays the kids — members of the Losers' Club, who were tormented by Pennywise — as adults. James McAvoy plays Bill, Bill Hader is Richie, Jessica Chastain is Beverly, James Ransone is Eddie, Andy Bean is Stanley, Jay Ryan is Ben and Isaiah Mustafa is Mike. Bill Skarsgard returns as Pennywise.

CAUGHT Extends One Final Time At The Zephyr Theatre June 26th
by Gabrielle Sierra - May 3, 2011


David L. Ray's world premiere play, Caught, presented by Buttermilk Productions in association with Drumfish Productions, and directed by three-time Ovation Award-winner Nick DeGruccio, has extended its run one final time through Sunday, June 26.

BWW Reviews: Caught @ Zephyr Continues Successful Run
by Don Grigware - Feb 23, 2011


The issues of gay marriage and fidelity in marriage in general are explored with humor, intelligence, and a genuine optimism in David L. Ray's Caught, now extended at the Zephyr Theatre through April 3. Fans of Del Shores and Southern Baptist Sissies will see parallels. Growing up Southern Baptist and homosexual do not mix. In Ray's play it's the fundamentalist church that damns to hell any marriage which is not a foundation for family and family values. Putting religion aside, the more urgent message in Caught becomes the support system, the compassion that one should have for another. DeGruccio's expert pace and a top-notch ensemble keep the dramedy riveting and equally entertaining.

Mackenzie Astin Joins CAUGHT at Zephyr Theatre, 2/19-4/3
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2011


David L. Ray's world premiere play, Caught, presented by Buttermilk Productions in association with Drumfish Productions, and directed by three-time Ovation Award-winner Nick DeGruccio, has extended its run through Sunday, April 3. Mackenzie Astin will assume the role of Kenneth on Saturday, February 19, when Corey Brill departs to join Robin Williams and the Broadway cast of Rajiv Joseph's Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.

Mackenzie Astin Joins CAUGHT at Zephyr Theatre, 2/19-4/3
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 8, 2011


David L. Ray's world premiere play, Caught, presented by Buttermilk Productions in association with Drumfish Productions, and directed by three-time Ovation Award-winner Nick DeGruccio, has extended its run through Sunday, April 3. Mackenzie Astin will assume the role of Kenneth on Saturday, February 19, when Corey Brill departs to join Robin Williams and the Broadway cast of Rajiv Joseph's Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.

BWW Reviews: 'CAUGHT' Stirs the Gay Marriage Debate
by Michael L. Quintos - Jan 16, 2011


The debate over same-sex marriage is the overarching theme of David L. Ray's stirring new world premiere play 'CAUGHT,' now performing at the Zephyr Theatre in West Hollywood for an extended engagement through February 13. Set in the months before voting on Prop. 8 happened, this thoughtful, sometimes emotionally-gripping new stage work takes the gay marriage debate and frames it within a melodrama that surrounds an impending wedding between co-habitating Los Angeles couple. Though its soap opera-flavored vignettes feel like rehashes of previous gay-centric dramas we've seen before, the play manages to move past the derivative in order to truly triumph as a genuinely riveting, enjoyable piece of living theater-- thanks in part to a likable cast of actors and a brisk pace set forth by director Nick DeGruccio.

CAUGHT Plays The Zephyr Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2010


Buttermilk Productions in association with Drumfish Productions has announced the world premiere of Caught, a new play by David L. Ray, directed by three-time Ovation Award-winner Nick DeGruccio.

CAUGHT Plays The Zephyr Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2010


Buttermilk Productions in association with Drumfish Productions has announced the world premiere of Caught, a new play by David L. Ray, directed by three-time Ovation Award-winner Nick DeGruccio.

CAUGHT Plays The Zephyr Theatre
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 4, 2010


Buttermilk Productions in association with Drumfish Productions has announced the world premiere of Caught, a new play by David L. Ray, directed by three-time Ovation Award-winner Nick DeGruccio.

Photo Flash: The Merchant of Venice At Seattle Center
by Gabrielle Sierra - Mar 13, 2009


Center House Theatre at Seattle Center, Center House Lower Level- When the markets are hot, Venice is a glamorous and high-living city. Fortunes are made in an instant and lost in a heartbeat. After striking a lethal bargain with the moneylender Shylock, Antonio faces the knife when his income is lost at sea. He must now rely upon a resourceful heiress-turned-lawyer, Portia, to prevent the deadly disaster. In a thrilling courtroom conclusion, the disguised young woman swings into action in one of Shakespeare's most popular and controversial plays.

Langs Returns to Direct The Merchant of Venice at Seattle Shakespeare Company Mar 13 - Apr 5
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2009


The markets are trading high and Antonio and his buddies are living the high life on extended credit. But there are storms on the horizon and signs that the market is starting to crumble. Sound familiar? Associate Artist John Langs returns to Seattle Shakespeare Company to stage The Merchant of Venice at the Center House Theatre. With a low-priced preview on March 12, The Merchant of Venice opens on Friday, March 13 and will run through April 5.

Langs Returns to Direct The Merchant of Venice at Seattle Shakespeare Company Mar 13 - Apr 5
by Robert Diamond - Feb 17, 2009


The markets are trading high and Antonio and his buddies are living the high life on extended credit. But there are storms on the horizon and signs that the market is starting to crumble. Sound familiar? Associate Artist John Langs returns to Seattle Shakespeare Company to stage The Merchant of Venice at the Center House Theatre. With a low-priced preview on March 12, The Merchant of Venice opens on Friday, March 13 and will run through April 5.

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