The Branson Regional Arts Council invites the public to attend the premiere showing of a new digital film entitled, “Pratt The Movie.”
This free community event is on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2 p.m. at the Historic Owen Theatre, 205 S. Commercial Street, in downtown Branson.
The movie was written, produced and directed by an exceptionally talented young man, Dylan Pratt, a twenty-two year old resident of Branson. Dylan is a frequent Arts Council volunteer and has performed in several BRAC musicals and events at the Historic Owen Theatre. In the movie, he documents his journey from being diagnosed, at the age of two, with both Tourette’s Syndrome and high functioning Autism, to his recent desires to fulfill his dream of becoming a full-time actor.
Dylan didn’t realize he had a disability until the age of 15, when he was put in psychiatric care for the many struggles and difficulties he was having throughout his life. After receiving treatment for his condition, and through the support of a Christian school and group home, he was able to turn around his problems and is now well on his way to making his dreams come true.
Dylan wants to share his true, life story with anyone who would be interested in attending, and he will be on hand to personally welcome the audience and answer questions.
As this is a free event, no tickets are necessary to attend.
Audiences are encouraged at arrive approximately 1:30 p.m. for the 2:00 p.m. showtime.
The movie is approximately 80 minutes in length, and features not only Dylan Pratt, but also Branson area entertainers Carrie Orlando, Dennis Pratt, Bobby Allynn, Jim Barber and Terry Wayne Sanders.