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“BILLY SHAKESPEARE is a spicy little independent film by Deborah Voorhees that imagines what might happen if William Shakespeare tried to make it as a writer in today's Hollywood rather than Elizabethan England. Quirky characters, compromising situations, and the kind of deadpan humor that fans of Waiting For Guffman will recognize collide with hilarious moments of camp to create a madcap world in which young Billy just can't get a break,” writes Ellen Dostal with Broadway World.
“…hilarious campy romp,” says film critic Robert Kirchgassner with The Examiner.
“Billy Shakespeare…for any Shakespeare lover should not miss for the world,” writes Germana Maciocci, Italian film and theater critic in The Shakespeare Standard.
“No other Billy like it! He's out of the box!" writes Arje Shaw Broadway playwright and creator of The Sonnet Man Hip Hop Shakespeare Fusion
“Jason D. Johnson's interpretation of the title role is a marvel of emotional complexity. The element of comedy is at once rambunctious and bittersweet,” writes film critic Michael H. Price
“Definitely a future cult movie like Rocky Horror Picture Show,” Sharon Stewart, fan
In post production: Catching Up (above), written by New York playwright Tom Sime, revolves around a socialite, who becomes morbidly fascinated with an ex-con's past. The film stars Molly Wickwire-Sante as Sally and Jeremiah Z. Wood as Fred. (Directed, edited by Deborah Voorhees.)
Voorhees Films creates eye-popping commercials, fast and reasonably priced. "I am knocked out by the quality of the video. I know that’s what you do, but it looks great," says Gary McAvay with Broadway: The Big Band Years, produced by Columbia Artists Theatricals, New York.
VOORHEES FILMS captures live performances with multi-camera set ups, creates dynamic commercials for competitive pricing.