|Gary Baker, Torry Martin, Sandy and Denny Brownlee visit the Princess|
|Our guests seem pleased with recent progress.|
Denny Brownlee is an actor, writer, voice-over talent, and songwriter. He was the original children's character, Discovery Jones, on the Inspirational Network, and spent 12 years as the Morning Show co-host for the Family Life Network, writing more than 1000 comedy bits. But Denny is best known for his classic parody, “Blue Christmas,” sung like Porky Pig. He's written for INSP, Jefferson Productions, Bruce Wilkinson, and numerous national and regional conferences.
|Matt Waters explains the importance of Channel 15 to the Princess Complex|
Marshal Younger has written over 100 episodes of the popular audio drama “Adventures in Odyssey”, a show he also directed and produced. He is the writer of several screenplays, including “A Greater Yes”, from PureFlix Entertainment. He is also the author of many stage plays and sketches, as well as the children's book series, Kidsboro. He currently lives in Spring Hill, Tennessee, with his wife and four children.
Here is just a juicy taste of the “The Christmas Star” story treatment:
“Harriman, Tennessee had everything a small Southern town should have: a good diner... friendly neighbors... and big news the whole town could gossip about. At the center of the buzz was The Princess Theater... a gilded Lady whose velvet curtains hid a silver screen - and a world of dreams. For decades, The Princess was the heart of Harriman's social life, but somewhere along the way the world passed The Princess by. Finally, her bright lights dimmed, and she closed her doors for good. That is, until the day Grady Garrett came back home."
Sounds tantalizing, doesn't it!
So, Princess lovers, if our Princess wins the leading role, out of the hundreds of Princess Theaters auditioning across the country, it will be something really great for her and us! Who knows, even our Muse may be asked to star in the lead role!
|Megan Anderson explains the role of the Princess in Harriman's future|
I hope you don't mind, but I extended your help to Torry Martin and company. I told him that Harriman would be behind such an undertaking in our area. I offered your help in opening up homes and businesses if needed as backgrounds/sets for his movie. I told him people here have vintage autos, loads of media experience, and, more than anything else, warm hearts and a “can do” attitude.