Spring Street - The Webseries Episode One

KAWAI Piano provided by Frank & Camille's www.frankandcamilles.com Featured Music: "Sons and Daughters" Written and Performed by Radiant Reveries www.radiantreveries.com "Violin Prelude" Written and Performed by Luis Villalobos "How About You" Music by Burton Lane; Lyrics by Ralph Freed Performed by David Beck (piano) The Great Griffon (www.thegreatgriffon.com) presents Spring Street - The Webseries www.springstreetseries.com Part One: It's Chopin.

Seeking the Queer Voice: Inaugural Reading of "The Phillie Triology" January 30th

Our premiere reading will feature THE PHILLIE TRIOLOGY by Doug DeVita, directed by James Phillip Gates (Roust Theatre Company, Artistic Director) and starring Broadway veteran actors Kevin Ligon (Hello, Dolly) and Carole Monferdini.

DETAILS:  MONDAY JANUARY 30TH, 2017 at 8PM at the 13TH STREET REPERTORY THEATRE, 50 W. 13TH STREET.  

RSVP to greatgriffonfilms@gmail.com as space is limited.  Admission is free but donations are appreciated.  

There will be an informal meet and greet following the reading, where audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions and meet the playwright, actors, and artistic team.  Refreshments (alcoholic and non-) will be served.  

Spring Street - The Webseries has officially launched

Dear Supporters,

We are thrilled to announce the creation of Spring Street - The Webseries!

Set in the grit of New York City, this psychological thriller follows the entangled lives of a private piano teacher, his heroin addicted pregnant sister, and a mysterious piano novice named Ricardo. 

Please check out our video pitch in the link below, and share with your contacts.  Thank you!

The Great Griffon welcomes Brian Cox to the Advisory Board

The Great Griffon is thrilled to announce that Emmy Award winning actor and Royal Shakespeare Company member Brian Cox (actor) is an official member of its advisory board! A staunch supporter of individual freedom and human rights, Mr. Cox has appeared in numerous blockbuster movies such as Charlie Kaufman's Adaptation, Braveheart, and X2-XMen. He was the original Hannibal Lecter in the 1986 film Manhunter. In addition, he starred in the independent film and cult classic L.I.E., as well as the BBC film series The Lost Language of the Cranes. Both these films are notable for their frank and revolutionary reflection of sexuality. We are both ecstatic and humbled to welcome this artist of the highest caliber to the Great Griffon family.