THE BELLE AND BOONE HELM to Premiere at Cincinnati Fringe Festival

CFF_The Belle and Boone Helm

Original Poster Artwork by Zachary Hamid Ghaderi.

Sweeping Western Adventure meets infamous Kentucky Cannibal Levi Boone Helm

(Cincinnati, OH — April 19, 2021) –– Featured as part of the Primary Lineup in this year’s Cincinnati Fringe Festival, The Belle and Boone Helm, written by Hannah Gregory and directed by Caitlin McWethy, will premiere as a filmed piece in the Cincinnati Fringe Festival. Streaming options are accessible at www.cincyfringe.com.

Gregory is a second-time producer. Her first Cincinnati Fringe Festival work was the 2019 Producer’s Pick Descent: a Murder Ballad. Her sophomore work The Belle and Boone Helm is a sweeping Western adventure highlighting Kentucky Cannibal Levi Boone Helm and his grisly murders as he makes his way West during the Gold Rush––and his daughter Lucy’s journey with the Montana Vigilante Committee to find Helm and kill him for the good of humanity.

The cast features Dylan Shelton in the role of Levi Boone Helm and Kayla Marie Klammer as Lucy, along with A.J. Baldwin, Brandon Burton, Josh Katawick, and Chaslee Schweitzer as supporting characters and members of the Montana Vigilante Committee. It was filmed on location at an authentic 1840’s log house in Green Hill, Kentucky and at Lincoln Grant Scholar House in Covington, Kentucky.

Fringe-goers can catch The Belle and Boone Helm online from June 4–18, 2021. This means patrons can watch from anywhere, anytime in the world.

RATED PG-13. Trigger warning: violence, language

Follow The Belle and Boone Helm on social media:

Instagram: @hmgwritesthings

Facebook: https://tinyurl.com/BelleandBooneFB

Visit https://www.cincyfringe.com for ticket information.

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