Projects

Project 2:

REG. NO. #i339881 Writers Guild of America, East ©2020 Michael Johnathon Rachel-Aubrey Music/BMI … P. O. Box 200 Lexington, Kentucky 40588 859-255-5700

THE PAINTER imagines what it would be like for Vincent van Gogh, shot by two boys in 1890, and is “transported” to NYC in 2022 to see his paintings not only cherished but that he is the most famous, duplicated, imitated and commercialized artist in history. It is a passionate story of art, love, life and redemption.

READ the synopsis CLICK HERE     READ the SCRIPT (80 pages) CLICK HERE

COMING in 2021 the release of the full length music album The Painter. Info click HERE

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Project 3:

REG. NO. #i329069 Writers Guild of America, East ©2020 Michael Johnathon Rachel-Aubrey Music/BMI … P. O. Box 200 Lexington, Kentucky 40588 859-255-5700

TROUBADOUR is a celebration of the music from America’s front porch. A 30-something songwriter, frustrated with the state of the music business, decides to start his own live-audience radio broadcast in a small rural town. This is a NETFLIX/HULU/AMAZONEPRIME style series that leaves plenty of room for cameos by some of roots music biggest stars. The success and legacy of the Grand Ole Opry, A Prairie Home Companion, Louisiana Hayride, Austin City Limits proves this has a global, loyal and pro-active audience. Modeled after the true-to-life broadcast of the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour.

READ the script of episode ONE CLICK HERE     READ the 2-page synopsis CLICK HERE

 

Project 4:

REG. NO. #i329254 Writers Guild of America, East ©2020 Michael Johnathon Rachel-Aubrey Music/BMI … P. O. Box 200 Lexington, Kentucky 40588 859-255-5700

WALDEN: The Ballad of Thoreau is a hi-def combination documentary and theatrical play about the final two days Henry David Thoreau spent in his cabin before leaving Walden Pond. The four character, two act play and complete lesson plan is available FREE to colleges, schools, community theaters and home schools as a performance event. This has been registered for performance  9,400+ times in 42 countries.

The 5-minute documentary opening is a look at the life of Henry David Thoreau and filmed at
Walden Pond at the actual cabin site in the woods. The Walden Play introduces audiences to the life and words of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson. The dialogue of Thoreau and Emerson are actual quotes taken from their literary work.

READ the SCRIPT (80 pages) CLICK HERE

WINNER FIRST PLACE       WINNER FIRST PLACE
AEGIS FILM AWARD        JOHN MUIR GOLD AWARD

WATCH the complete hi-def 16×9 filming of the play as broadcast on the RFD TV Network and PBS stations nationwide below:

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