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The Boy Who Stayed

It's Time To Get Even

An acclaimed short film about Sam, 

a troubled man haunted by his abuse

as a young boy and the day he decides 

to get even.

An unsettling and riveting trip through a day that serves as a reminder 

of what revenge may cost. 

Featuring a chilling performance by Eve Plumb, Brady Bunch fame.


This film has screened at festivals from the mid-west all the way to its

Los Angeles Premiere and is ready for distribution. 

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A Talented Cast Assembles

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Eve Plumb

Since starring as middle sister Jan Brady on The Brady Bunch, Eve has become a veteran of screen and stage. Her numerous television appearances include Days of our Lives, Law and Order SVU, and That ’70’s Show. She’s been a regular sight on the New York stage in productions such as Same Time, Next Year and Unbroken Circle. Eve brings raw emotion and a chilling performance to The Boy Who Stayed as Sam’s mother.

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Delilah Rose

Delilah has been acting on stage since the age of three. 

Her numerous stage appearances include A Christmas Carol at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre, as Gretl von Trapp in The Sound of Music at Starlight Theatre, and spending a year on Broadway as the title character in Anastasia. Her film credits include, Men Go to Battle in Kentucky, and she recently made her network television debut on the CBS show Bull.

She charms as Sam’s young daughter in The Boy Who Stayed.

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Andrew Stout

Andrew has appeared in productions in the Kansas City area as well as the Port Elizabeth Opera House in South Africa. His credits include A Christmas Carol, Our Town, Carousel, Pippin (KC Rep), Master of the Universe, Oliver! (Gladstone Theatre in the Park), Children of Eden

(Shawnee Mission Theatre in the Park), The King & I, Titanic the Musical (Leawood Stage Company), and the film, The Promise.

As the young Sam, Andrew convincingly brings a mysterious character to life whose presence haunts the grown version of himself.