Marc Henry Johnson, HBO Producer of “The Deuce” Featured Speaker At Sherwood Players Workshop
- January 8, 2020
Sherwood Players Productions in Hollywood announces its latest SPECTRUM TV & Film Industry seminar speaker, HBO Producer, and showrunner Marc Henry Johnson. Johnson is most recently the Executive Producer of The Deuce, the television series that recently completed its 3-year run starring James Franco and Maggie Gylanhaal.
Aspiring television producers, actors, and writers are urged to attend this informative seminar where Johnson will detail some of the most current issues and challenges faced by new talent trying to break into the industry. This SPECTRUM workshop is scheduled for Thursday, Jan 9, 2020, 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm at TU Studios, 10943 Camarillo Street, North Hollywood, 91602. Tickets are $15. Limited seating. Go to MarcHenryJohnson.com for further details.
Whether it’s producers trying to get a tv show up and running, actors trying to make a good impression at a casting session, or writers trying to find a path forward into the tv work, Johnson’s planned discussion of his journey and experiences will have valuable insights for the entire creative community.
The SPECTRUM Workshops are sponsored by the Sherwood Players Production and Theater Group in Los Angeles, CA. The Sherwood Players is an innovative production company specializing in multi-platform services for content creators and filmmakers. The Sherwood Players seeks to offer up-and-coming Hollywood creatives in the acting, writing and producing fields with strong community support and network.
SPECTRUM organizer and Sherwood Players President Matt Weinglass states his group’s mission as filling a vital need. “The entertainment industry frequently seems designed to make us feel isolated, out of the loop and out of the know. We don’t believe in that. We are disruptors. We believe in making people feel good about what they can envision, and that through the strength of community anything envisioned can be professionally handled from start to finish.” Weinglass says.