The Tuberville Cast

The Tuberville Cast

Greetings from Tuberville. It has been a long time since our last blog update, but we’re back to share some exciting news. Since our last entry, many great things have been brewing at Tuberville. One if which is Tuberville the Series, a set of web episodes which will air its pilot on Friday, Feb. 17th.  Check out the facebook page to see more pictures from the first days on set!

We want to send a special thanks to the cast and crew for working so hard on such a great project.  TTS was produced by goodfocus, a production company out of Maine. Goodfocus often produces documentary-style projects, but has used a genre it calls “Magical Realism” for the storytelling in the Tuberville Series.  In this way, we hope that the Series will not only entertain, but also serve as a means of displaying the message and purpose of the Tuberville organization.

The  plot follows a young man named Russ, who heads to his grandfather’s potato farm after his death. He arrives with the intention of changing the farm from its seemingly old-fashioned methods to a more efficient and profitable business. However, over the course of his stay at Tuberville, he learns a valuable lesson about the real purpose of the farm. Rather than changing Tuberville, Tuberville starts to change him…

Shooting for further episodes of Tuberville the Series will begin on March 9th. Keep your eyes peeled for updates, possible interviews with the cast/crew, as well as photos from our next days on set in Williamstown, Vermont. We are very excited about this project, and hope that all of you can share in this excitement with us!

For further info on TTS, check out:

or, find out more about goodfocus productions at:






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