Original screenplays by Michael Johnathon

Project Manager: Gina Mendello 615-333-2202

CANEY CREEK REG. NO. # 096620-00, #1284162

Rachel-Aubrey Music/BMI
P. O. Box 200 Lexington, Kentucky 40588 859-255-5700





WATCH Alice Lloyd on NBC’s “THIS IS YOUR LIFE” 1955 Program CLICK HERE

This is an incredible true story of heart, passion, loyalty and friendship. It is the cinematic story of Appalachia, one of the most mysterious, magical and mystical places in America. “Caney Creek: The Legend of Alice Lloyd” begins in 1916 and climaxes in 1955 when, although faced with bankruptcy and the end of her life, she journeys to California and appears on the NBC broadcast of Ralph Edwards “This Is Your Life” television program



TROUBADOUR Synopsis Draft Episode One FEB 2020 CLICK HERE

TROUBADOUR Theme Song (Troubadour) CLICK HERE

Over the last century millions of fans have validated the loyal interest in live-audience radio shows. From the hugely successful Grand Ole Opry to the Louisiana Hayride, A Prairie Home Companion to Austin City Limits. Taking a cue from WoodSongs, a young songwriter, frustrated by the collapse of the record and music industry, tries to start his own live audience broadcast in a small rural community. The script is peppered with several cameos of famous roots musicians, Arlo Guthrie as the town VW repairman, Emmylou Harris as the doctor, Steve Earle as the mayor, etc.

The PAINTER Motion Picture – Story line/synopsis CLICK HERE

During his lifetime Vincent sold but one single painting. No gallery owners would hang his art. The community of artists shunned him and his neighbors drove him away. He died unknown and, in his mind, a failure. What if Vincent came back in 2020 to find he became the most revered, imitated, duplicated and valuable arts franchise in history? Would he be consumed by ironic anger and frustration?

WALDEN: The Ballad of Thoreau is a two act, four character, one set dramatic play laced with humor that introduces new audiences to the brilliant life and work of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

The setting is the final two days Henry spent at his cabin before leaving Walden Pond. The play has been registered for performance 9,200+ times in 42 nations and translated into four languages.

WALDEN script click here

WALDEN PLAY website, click here