"Moving Mike," with Cannizzaro, Jenkins, Sciotto and More, to Debut at Williamstown

News   "Moving Mike," with Cannizzaro, Jenkins, Sciotto and More, to Debut at Williamstown
"Moving Mike," a new film co-written and directed by Spamalot's Michael O'Donnell, will make its premiere Oct. 18 at the Williamstown Film Festival.

O'Donnell, who stands by for five roles in the Tony-winning Spamalot, co-wrote the "Moving Mike" script with Chris Rempfer. The film stars Spamalot's Thomas Cannizzaro and Billy Sprague Jr. as well as Capathia Jenkins, Eric Sciotto, J. Elaine Marcos and Julio Monge.

"Moving Mike," according to press notes, is a "contemporary urban comedy set in Manhattan and details the aftermath of Mike Kelly's latest break-up. His three best friends help him move out of his apartment and on with his life. They bring their own off-beat takes on where Mike is going with his life, who he should be going there with, and just which route he should take to get there."

The film's creative team also features J.J. McGeehan (score) and Bruce Harrow and Dana Calanan (costumes). John MacInnis also choreographed a musical number that is featured in the motion picture.

Filmmaker O'Donnell was seen in the Las Vegas production of Spamalot as well as in the Broadway companies of Pajama Game, Wonderful Town, Cabaret, Victor/Victoria and Carousel.

For more information visit www.stjudepictures.com or www.williamstownfilmfest.com.

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