"I got outta bed this morning 'cause I've got art to make!" - Shon Wilson
FILM: Far Too Kind
Status: Just wrapped, December 5, 2016
Synopsis: Mickey Kaufman catapulted his success as a stand up comic into his own Late Night Talk-show, making him very rich and very famous. But the business of being a celebrity comes with a price he never imagined. Starring Joe Thompson as Mickey and Shon Wilson as Arianne, the elegant, intelligent, savvy, no-nonsense network executive who has very specific plans for this emotionally unstable late show host. Written and directed by Kyle Corum.
FILM: Turnt (view trailer)
Synopsis: An up and coming rapper turns to trafficking young girls to help make his dream career a reality. TURNT, based on true events, serves up a raw, realistic narrative of child sex trafficking from the inside. Written and directed by Meiko Taylor.
Status: Closed January 22, 2016 at The Lounge Theatre, Hollywood
Synopsis: #WhenLivesMatter is an original play that explores politics, race, and the affect of police brutality on American families. With a dialogue between two brothers on opposite sides of the law set against the backdrop of a political debate between a civil rights lawyer (Shon Wilson), a social justice expert, a Republican news host, and a metropolitan police chief, the play infuses real stories from today’s headlines with the viewpoint that there are two sides to every story. Written and directed by Monti Washington.
DRAMATIC PODCAST: The Gillardo Gang
Synopsis: The story of four individuals brought together to become one of the most dominant forces in South Carolina’s criminal underworld. Kev, Azia, Dominic, and Foxx are ruthless, cunning and will do whatever it takes on their quest for that all mighty dollar. However, when greed and jealously come into play, one member of the gang will pay the ultimate price.
FILM: Two Peas (click here to preview)
Synopsis: Ted and Claire have a tenuous, dysfunctional relationship and are forced to come together when Ted has no one else to turn to for help. They both want to connect, but their lives are so different and their past casts a long shadow over their relationship. Starring Shon Wilson and Daniel Lee Robertson. Directed by John Palmer.