Illuminating Artists: Notes from a Page
Illuminating Artists: NOTES FROM A PAGE
A developmental series for ensemble musicals.
Artistic Director: Paul Adams
Festival Co-Curators: Paul Adams and Derek Jamison
Production Coordinator: Stacy Mayer
Stage Managers: Alison Carroll and Julie Feltman
*Please note that each show listed below has only one performance date & time, reserve carefully.
*Each evening runs approximately 90 minutes, followed by a 30-minute discussion, for which all are welcome to stay.
Mon April 19th 7 pm
Centering on the hilarious and heartbreaking relationships between a 30-something English ex-pat musician, her therapist, her band and her exes.
Book, music and lyrics by Karen Bishko
Script by Nat Bennett
Wed April 21st 7pm
Rip Van Winkle goes off to fight in the American Revolution - 20 years later, can he return home?
Book, music and lyrics by Dan Furman
Additional lyrics by Mary-Liz McNamara
Thu April 22nd 7 pm
THERE'S SOMETHING I NEED TO TELL YOU
Six Manhattan singles seeking love find that things aren't always what they seem.
Book by Robert M. Strozier
Music and lyrics by Barbara Hustedt Crook and Robert M. Strozier
Directed by Elena Araoz
Musical direction by Ferdy Tumakaka
Tue April 27th 7 pm
TOGETHER THIS TIME
In this modern rock musical, author Jay Allen Jones' quest to reconnect with both his girlfriend and his art leads him on a journey between real life and fiction.
Book by Zac Kline;
Music by Andrew Heyman;
Lyrics by Andrew Heyman and Zac Kline
Sun May 2nd 7 pm
SISTAS ON FIRE
The personal becomes political when four passionately opinionated women speak their minds on social injustice in a soul-stirring mix of poetry, prose, song and dance.
A Newsical written by Marcia L. McNair, Anissa D. Moore, and Sista Girl (Gail Haliburton)
Tue May 4th 7 pm
The story of a mysterious stranger, "MR. HUNT," who takes rooms in a London Boarding House during the terrifying reign of the Jack The Ripper.
Written by Mary S. Ryzuk and Regan Ryzuk
Wed May 5th 9pm
HEAVEN KNOWS, A "DIVINE" NEW MUSICAL
A neurotic NY actress spends a day with God whom we meet in assortment of hilarious incarnations.
Book, Music and Lyrics by Charles Bloom
Directed by Donald Brenner
Piano/Musical Director: Matt Castle
15 West 28th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10001
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|