Voorhees Films presents Billy Shakespeare.
Billy Shakespeare (Jason D. Johnson) muses about his rotten luck: born among plebians of the 21st century rather than the literary greats of the 15th.
William Shakespeare composes his Venue and Adonis.
Catharine Pilafas stars as Anne Hathaway, Willliam Shakespeare's girlfriend.
Anne Hathaway (Catherine Pilafas) confides her fears about Shakespeare to her best friend Arlene (Terra Wallace).
Wilma Hartford (Phillip David Collins), who is desperately in love with Billy, peeks into Shakespeare's bedroom.
Wilma moons over Shakespeare.
Mary Maxson is the brassy Charly James, Billy's sleezy Hollywood agent.
Charly James (Mary Maxson) attempts to cheer up Shakespeare with a game of golf.
The sexy Angelina (Garret Wade) plays a drag queen and Wilma's closest confidant.
When Garret Wade sheds his hose, he plays a Hollywood Producer and a Jewish reporter in the film.
Hollywood gossip reporter Amy Tellus (Pam Witte) broadcasts from one of Shakespeare's film opening.
Lights, Camera, Action
The country-girl Pam Witte is far from her role as the high-strung gossip Hollywood Reporter.
Down to Earth
Terra Wallace plays Arlene, Anne’s best friend.
Arlene (Terra Wallace) consoles her best friend Anne Hathaway.
Lyn Kidder plays Billy Shakespeare's no-nonsense Mother, the publisher of the newspaper he works for.
Between scenes Houston Roman Scott, who plays Wilma's admirer Wilbur, helps refill the wine bottles at a Hollywood shindig.
Sleight of Hand
Wilbur (Houston Roman Scott) brings Wilma flowers in hopes that she will return his affections.
Andrea Reed plays the strong-minded feminist Marie, who takes on Shakespeare on the Denny Miller Show.
Wayne “Coyote” Wilkinson plays the backstabbing Hollywood producer, Guildenstern.
Kenneth Mathews plays the conservative broadcast journalist Denny Miller in the news program, "What the Heck?"
What the Heck?
Henrie Condell (Kevin Owen McDonald) plots against Shakespeare with the back-stabbing producers Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.
Taming of the Bard
David Robbins trained our green swordsmen and tackled the roles of conservative politician Rat Mucanon and the daft Follically Challenged Protestor.
Judy Leatherwood plays Billy Shakespeare's ill-tempered metro editor.
Just the Facts
Guitarist Mat Dick plays a high-dollar Hollywood producer.
Juliet (Natasha Nichols) beckons to her Romeo.
Romeo (Brett Nichols) listens to his loves sweet words.
The Porn Producer (Alexander William Castaneda) explains his vision for one of Shakespeare's films.
Jessica Lookingbill plays the feminist activist and actress Susan Flower who protests against William Shakespeare.
Stand Her Ground
Christina Wahlstrom worked not only as the script supervisor but also pitched hit on several roles including: The Lady in Red, Drag Queen Troupe Member, and a Porn Star.
Three faces of Christina
Pete Davis, a Ruidoso musician, plays Wilma's long-lost Father.
Drunken Party Guest (Marcia L. Stober) staggers into Shakespeare's arms.
Cheri Dosenberry plays the Stage Manager for Billy Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Judy Christopher plays a Hollywood minister in Billy Shakespeare.
Billy Shakespeare (Jason D. Johnson) and Charly James (Mary Maxson) rehearse in 20 degree weather at a "Hollywood" mansion.
Regina Annawoos Quinones handled sound on set and played an angry protestor.
The Metro Editor (Judy Leatherwood) lectures Shakespeare on the news concept of objectivity.
Billy Shakespeare tears up during his first exposure to the Porn Producer.
Anne and Will playfully quibble over Wilma.
Three's A Crowd
Angelina and Wilma pose with a wedding store clerk and model.
To Wed, or Not to Wed
William Shakespeare delights in his own mirth.
Charly James (Mary Maxson), Billy Shakespeare (Jason D. Johnson), and Wilma Hartford (Phillip David Collins) are the guests of honor at a Hollywood shindig after the release of Romeo and Juliet.
Movin on Up
After a traumatizing day, Billy Shakespeare (Jason D. Johnson) uses golf to vent his frustrations.
Catharine Pilafas was hired for the role of Anne Hathaway the same day she auditioned.
Houston Roman Scott chills on the set of Billy Shakespeare.
Billy Shakespeare (Jason D. Johnson) drools over this Harley Davidson.
Jason D. Johnson is William Shakespeare.
Charly James (Mary Maxson) gives Shakespeare some advice on his writing.