Notes from a Page - Emerging Artists New Works Series
Emerging Artists returns with their one-of-a-kind, once-a-year festival. Visit the theater any evening during this three-week event, and you'll find yourself enthralled by One Woman Standing, or perhaps laughing with One Man Talking, maybe even humming along to a few new Notes from a Page. Emerging Artists has always been about new works, new talents, new voices. That's never been more evident than now.
TAKE SPECIAL NOTE: Each performance in the series has only one performance, one date, one time, so please book carefully. Scroll down and find the show, or shows, of your choosing. And then check the other listings for "One Woman Standing" and "One Man Talking" and book tickets for those shows as well!
NOTES FROM A PAGE
Wed May 4th 8:30 pm
Book, Lyrics: Chris Widney
Music: Dimitri Landrain, Kevin Laursen, Andrew Heyman, Sebastian Fabal, Robert Edridge Waks, Niko Tsakalakos, Julian Blackmore, Zach Redler, Mark Evans, Bomi Lee, Sean Mahoney, Yui Kitamura, Creighton Irons.
Director: Stephen Nachamie
Two people looking for love
Among two million strangers
On one tiny island.
How can they be so alone?
Sun May 8th 2:00 pm
Book, Music, Lyrics: Jeremy F. Richter
Sun May 8th 8:00 pm
"I AM JIM THOMPSON"
Book: Zac Kline
Music: Mark T Evans
Lyrics: Eric Kubo
Musical Director: Mark T Evans
Director: Rachel Dart
On Easter Sunday 1967, Jim Thompson, an American businessman credited with revitalizing the Thai silk industry, mysteriously disappeared while taking a walk in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia - to this day he has not been found.
Mon May 9th 8:30 pm
Creators: Becca Anderson, Julian Blackmore, Dan Marshall
A modern mix of Romeo and Juliet and Cinderella with more than a few surprises tossed in."
Tue May 10th 8:30 pm
Book, Lyrics: Alan Gordon
Music: Mark Sutton-Smith
Murder is hard. Adolescence is harder.
Wed May 11th 8:30 pm
Book: Rebecca Joy Fletcher
English Lyrics: Stephen Mo Hanan, Jeremy Lawrence, and Rebecca Joy Fletcher
Musical Arrangements: Bob Goldstone
Theatrical Director: Alexandra Aron
Musical Director: Bob Goldstone
In the cabarets of Yiddish Warsaw, love and art caught fire.
Fri May 13th 8:30 pm
Book, Lyrics: Joshua H. Cohen
Music: Lavell Blackwell
There's a leftist conspiracy to bring down America... or the other way around.
Sun May 15th 7:30 pm
Book, Music, Lyrics: Barry Libin
A musical comedy about today's world, and what people will do to achieve success and personal wealth.
Tue May 17th 8:30 pm
"COMING: A ROCK MUSICAL OF BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS"
Book, Music, Lyrics: Erik Ransom
Director: Steven McElroy
The battleground for the hearts and minds of humankind is the pop charts.
Wed May 18th 8:30 pm
"UNDER HER HAT"
Book, Lyrics: Hana Roth Seavey
Music: Elliot Denniberg
New York's fashion center explodes into a witty, racy, multi-ethnic, multi-gender, and multi-generational comedy of love in the rocking romantic musical UNDER HER HAT!
Thu May 19th 6:30 pm
"RAINBOW VALLEY (ACT 1)"
Book, Lyrics: Felice Kuan
Music: Dimitri Landrain
Director: David Alpert
In the stern and proper town of Glen St. Mary, Canada, the four motherless children of an absent-minded minister form a Good Conduct Club to teach themselves how to behave, but the results certainly don't turn out like they plan!
Fri May 20th 8:30 pm
"THE UNFORTUNATE SQUIRREL"
Book, Lyrics: Sonya Sobieski
Music: Nicole Hale, Ronnie Reshef, Tom Swafford, Frederick Alden Terry, and Jana Zielonka
Musical Director: Jana Zielonka
Director: Daniel Erdberg
A feel-good musical about the emptiness of modern life, in which a monster looks for love, a womanizer tries to reform, and a misanthrope realizes that nature is cruel, too. Avante vaudeville as it's never been seen before.
Sat May 20th 8:30 pm
"THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK"
Book, Lyrics: Jared Eberlein
Music: David Mallamud
Director: Gillian Riley
Musketeers may get old, but always enjoy a good fight.
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