Soap Stars In Beacon Hill The Series
New web series.
Updated on January 15:
Watch this behind the scenes video, where the cast of the new web series shares how they became involved in the project.
Updated on December 4:
Watch the season one promo video for the upcoming web series, which premieres in March 2014.
Previously Reported on October 15:
Crystal Chappell (Open Book Productions), Ricky Paull Goldin (producer), Hillary B. Smith (producer), Albert Alarr (director) and Paul Antonelli (music supervisor) have teamed up to bring viewers the new online project “Beacon Hill The Series.” The premise surrounds Sara, who is called to return home after her grandfather, Senior Massachusetts Senator William Preston, suffers a stroke. Once there, she sees how things have changed and reconnects with her former lover after six years. However, can they put the past behind them?
Soap stars involved in the project include “All My Children’s” Alicia Minshew (ex-Kendall) as Sara Preston and Ricky Paull Goldin (ex-Jake, “B&B’s” Jesse) as Andrew Miller, “As The World Turns'” Scott Bryce (ex-Craig) as Senator Tom Wesley, “The Bold And The Beautiful’s” Crystal Chappell (Danielle, “Venice’s” Gina) as Claire Preston, “Days of our Lives'” Louise Sorel (ex-Vivian) as Emily Tanner and Sarah Brown (ex-Madison) as Katherine Wesley, “Guiding Light’s” Tina Sloan (ex-Lillian, “Venice’s” Katherine) as Louise Casell, “One Life To Live’s” Melissa Archer (Natalie) as Evelyn Preston, Ron Raines (Carl, “GL’s” ex-Alan) as Senator William Preston, John-Paul Lavoisier (ex-Rex) as Eric Preston and Jessica Morris (ex-Jennifer) as Diane Hamilton and “The Young And The Restless'” Rebecca Mozo as Laura Parker (ex-barista).
The cast has finished taping season one with plans to begin season two. Visit Beacon Hill The Series for the upcoming online air date and future Daytime casting updates.
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