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CALLING ALL LOCAL TALENT Goshen awards “Acting Anyone” (part of "AFTSPA.Org, a 501c3not-for-profit) Best Performing Arts Company for 2018
GOSHEN, NY: Acting Anyone, established by Willy-Gilly Productions, Inc nearly a decade ago by the producers of the movie “Collar” was initially intended to provide training of local talent for use in their many future productions. Since then, the program has trained nearly 200 of the area's finest talent in the basic technique of Sanford Meisner. “Acting Anyone” was awarded “Best Performing Arts Company 2018 Goshen”
The Meisner Technique is currently taught in most college and university acting programs and professional schools throughout the world. Mr. Wilson, a graduate at the Neighborhood Playhouse Class of 71 was trained by the master himself as well as with Meisner’s protégé, William Esper (William Esper Studios). Between them, David has logged hundreds of hours of actors training experience.
David’s extensive career spans nearly five decades. He has starred in and has been prominently featured as an actor in hundreds of productions in the US and abroad, working with such well known names as Sir Anthony Hopkins, Angela Lansbury, Charlton Heston, Colleen Dewhurst, Ed Asner, Josh Brolin, Cuba Gooding, Jr. and dozens more.
A noted vocalist as well, and former student of Seth Riggs ("Singing for the Stars"), he also provides the same voice training Riggs has used to train Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey, and hundreds more of America's most recognizable voices. In addition to acting he has written, produced, and directed many productions of all types.
Acting classes are currently conducted at St James Episcopal Church, 1 St James Place, Goshen, NY. The program is accepting applications for enrollment in the January 2019 sessions, which may be expanded (depending on interest and supplemental funding), to include a number of additional courses in cinematography, sound recording, voice over acting, directing and writing. Voice and private classes are conducted at the offices of Willy-Gilly Productions at 222 Greenwich Ave., Goshen, NY. Enrollment is limited.
For further information, to receive free introductory class and for enrollment call 845 294 7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Gift certificates are available for the holidays.
Deeply Moving, Authentically Portrayed Story" Las Vegas Tribune
live in an age of instant communication that invites a constant barrage of
information, that assaults the senses and often numbs our Human
sensibility. Our current President is perhaps the most violent and
certainly the most prolific offender of this abuse of privilege, regarding what
we see and hear. I call it "an offense" because it is truly a
privilege and not a human right.
In these times of social media and
'the web', it is self-evident that Truth can become obscured by the sheer
volume of thoughts, the proliferation of "fake news" and the
abundance of opinions freely expressed publicly by All. That in mind, it is
easy to minimize the importance of some things that absolutely must be said,
things that cannot be swept aside any longer. Among issues such as War,
Poverty, Disease and Corruption, we are once again confronted by 'the Truth'
about the racial divide between our citizens of color (any color), the
authorities that we have empowered to protect and defend us All and recent
events that have so clearly defined that chasm.
Recently, we (Willy-Gilly
Productions) recently participated in a film festival with our independent,
feature film, "Collar." We have now been 8 years in the
process of developing, funding, producing and finding a market, finally
deciding it would serve us all best to ‘self-distribute.’ This is simply
due to the self-appointed custodians of the ‘pop’ cultural landscape (namely
major movie studios, and corporate media) have been, at best, indifferent and
mostly unwilling to confront the issues for any other reason than to
self-aggrandize their own 'coverage,' hawk their advertiser's products and
shamelessly exploit the American commercial marketplace.
For some years now, we have been
engaged in completing, testing and promoting our film, which has ALWAYS received
overwhelmingly positive response from the Public, even as we have been
'stonewalled' by the industry. In the years that we have been seeking adequate
outlets to provide the general public with some truth about these issues, we
have learned that the corporate media agenda does not only include a
suppression of truth, but an outright obstruction of fact.
Once again, now in its final
version, our film has found its mark. While our purpose was not to win
awards, we have been rewarded with a reinforcement of our honest, creative
vision. The Las Vegas Tribune (the first media of any kind to view, "Collar")
reviewed our film, which was seen by the largest audience to
attend the High Desert International Film Festival (HDIFF) and their
reviewer wrote the following:
“Collar,” written, produced and directed by David P. Wilson, was a
deeply moving, authentically portrayed story, based on true incidents, about a
“good guy” detective at the end of his career, who makes a tough choice,
split-second decision in the midst of a murder suspect chase and shoots a “well
loved in the community” young black man. The ensuing devastation all-around
rings true. A touchy subject handled with equanimity, this film serves as a
platform for community healing when viewed and discussed. -- Marianne
Donnelly Las Vegas Tribune
Marianne's insight and perceptions
of this film are exactly what was intended from the beginning, to create an
awareness and open the channel for sincere investigation of our deepest
thoughts about those who do not look like us, regardless of which
"us" we may be. We will continue to carry this fight for as
long as it takes to expose these social scars, treat our damaged souls and heal
this wounded Nation.
Some Like it HOT! Some Like it COLD! The real question is, “Can You Handle It Straight?”
Some Like it Hot! Some Like it Cold! The real question is, “Can you handle It Straight?”
What happens when a cop kills? To his career? His family? His life? What if the person he kills is black? Hispanic? White? Is there ANYTHING that he can do to make it right, to redeem himself? Do you want to know? Do you even care? Find the real deal here. https://vimeo.com/ondemand/collar
At last, a movie that tells it like it really is.
But, don’t take our word for it, read what the pros are saying about the film. Know that this is not fake news. It’s happening every day and probably even in your neighborhood. Get the whole story from ‘page one’ before you become the bad news at 6 and 11.