DRAMA Festival Best Scene Reading: TERROR AND VIRTUE, by Ernest Pysher
BEST SCENE SCREENPLAY READINGS • 5m 11s
A young, ambitious idealist returns home from war to find his king and country on the brink of ruin - and ripe for positive reform - until a bankrupt alcoholic becomes the unlikely leader of the movement instead and all hell breaks loose. The incredible true story of the French Revolution.
Narrator: Kyana Teresa
ROCHAMBEAU/Judge: Steve Rizzo
George Washington: Sean Ballantyne
LaFayette/Mirabeau: Andy Camp
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