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Greenwood Hill Productions was established in 2007 as the film and TV division of Theatre A Go-Go, Inc., a nationally recognized commercial theatrical production company that produces live stage shows across the U.S., including the world premiere of new plays & musicals in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Greenwood Hill recently completed filming its first feature film, Dalton Trumbo's JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN, starring Ben McKenzie (from the hit Fox TV series The O.C.) The film will be released in the fall of 2008. For more information on the film visit


Rowan Joseph (President)
Rowan Joseph has worked as a producer and director for over 25 years. As the founding managing director of The Century Theater in New York City, he presented the Off-Broadway production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama How I Learned to Drive starring Mary Louise Parker & David Morse. He served as the Executive Director of the West Bank Downstairs Theatre in Manhattan for seven seasons. Under his management, the West Bank premiered some of the early works of such award-winning writers as Alan Ball, Aaron Sorkin, Warren Leight, and Donald Marguiles. Rowan helped conceive and create Tapestry, the Music of Carole King, which he produced off-Broadway at the Union Square Theatre. He also produced and directed the off-Broadway production of The Queen of Bingo and the New York premiere of Washing the Car by playwright Dick Hepburn, brother of legendary actress Katharine Hepburn. Relocating to Los Angeles, he joined the staff of director/producer Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre in the fall of 2001 as Producing Director. Under his management the Falcon established itself as one of the premiere, award-winning, professional theatres in Southern California. Rowan left the Falcon at the end of the 2006 season, having produced over 50 productions in five years. In partnership with producer Shane Partlow, Rowan co-owns and operates Theatre A Go-Go, Inc., a nationally recognized commercial theatrical production company which has produced the touring productions of such shows as: An Evening With Jack Klugman and an all-male production of The Queen of Bingo, directed by Joseph. In 2007, Rowan formed, Greenwood Hill Productions, a film and TV division of Theatre A Go-Go, Inc. Greenwood Hill has completed work on its first feature, Dalton Trumbo's JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN starring Ben McKenzie (from the hit Fox TV series The O.C.) Rowan directed the film and created the shooting script, based on the 1982 Off-Broadway play of the same title. The film will be released in the fall of 2008.


Shane Partlow (Producer)
Shane was as an Associate Producer on the off-Broadway production of Tapestry, The Music of Carole King at the Union Square Theatre, New York City. He co-produced both the World Premiere of The Queen of Bingo at the Buckingham Theatre in Chicago, as well as the subsequent off-Broadway production at the Greenwich House Theatre. Shane co-produced the tour An Evening with Jack Klugman starring Jack Klugman. He served as the Treasurer of the Century Center for the Performing Arts and the Century Theatre in New York City for several seasons. During his tenure CCPA presented the off-Broadway productions of the Pultizer Prize winning How I Learned to Drive, Stupid Kids, All Under Heaven and Snakebit. Shane has also served as a box office consultant for the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to his theatre productions, he produced the low-budget cult film Beauty Queen Butcher. In 2007 Shane was a producer with Rowan Joseph on the film Dalton Trumbo's JOHNNY GOT HIS GUN starring Ben McKenzie. Shane's stage credits include 22 productions all over the country playing the 'Roper' in The Will Rogers Follies with such stars as John Schneider, Tom Wopat, Perry Stephens and John Davidson. Annie Get Your Gun at the famous Lawrence Welk Resort Theatre in Escondio. The 'Patient' in The Sunshine Boys with Dick Van Patten and Frank Gorshin at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA. 'Cowboy Dan' in Superzeros with Travis Schultz and Tyler Christopher at the Blank Theatre Company in Hollywood, CA. Co-starred with Rowan Joseph in Shane & Rowan's Late Nite Sideshow with such stars as Susan Egan and Katharine Houghton (niece of Katharine Hepburn) at the ACME Comedy Theatre in Hollywood, CA. Television credits include roles on Will & Grace and Gilmore Girls. National commercials for COVERGIRL, COKE and HEINZ KETCHUP, which he filmed playing opposite a ketchup bottle and a dog. Shane also has a featured role in Princess Diaries 2 and Georgia Rule directed by Garry Marshall.


Wesley Horton (Producer)
Wesley served as the Marketing and PR Director for the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA from 2002-2007, as well as the Digital Effects Producer for theatre's world premiere production of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts from Bethel University, MN, and also graduated from the Los Angeles Film Studies Center. Wesley has been seen on stage and on film, and is a member of Actors' Equity and the Screen Actors Guild.


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