Created by Barnet Sherman as a monologue about a hard-trying actor always just slightly out of reach of his big break, “Johnny Rambler” was first put up on the stage at the Actor’s Lab in Charlotte, NC in 2010. The character immediately struck a chord with actors, artists and writers, many of whom empathized with Johnny as another creative soul struggling to make it in a difficult business and an often uncreative world.
And so, Johnny Rambler© Productions was created: for artists, actors and writers seeking a collaborative partner who not only understands the creative process but also has the business skills to bring their work to the stage, screen or gallery.
About Barnet Sherman
Barnet Sherman published his first story, about a red truck, when he was 5 years old. Now an award-winning writer with work appearing in publications from Forbes to Outdoor Life, he loves working with actors and writers to help them develop their craft. He studied writing at Syracuse University and Harvard University, was a Character Advisor on the movie The Boiler Room, and is currently developing the television show McTeague’s Mountain.