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 title 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
Monday, February 27th at 9 pm
"W@ IF? : A NEW CELLPHONE MUSICAL"
Book, Lyrics, Music: Jeremy F. Richter
In today's cell phone age, in which everyone is incessantly accessible, Jared can't seem to connect with anyone; his friends, his fiancé or himself. What if he had left alone what he should have left alone?
Thursday March 1st at 9 pm
"DEAD AUTHOR SONGS"
Play: Zac Kline
Songs: Howard Fishman
A new music theatre piece about the lives of several people across America a high school student obsessed with J.D. Salinger, a literary escort, a computer store technician, a young man who wants to be the next great dead author and others And how their stories come together, and fall apart through their connection to literature. Featuring songs by acclaimed singer-songwriter Howard Fishman.
Friday, March 2nd at 9 pm
"LEGENDS OF BATVIA"
Book, Lyrics: Katherine Burger
Music: Roland Tec
Gilbert & Sullivan meets Charles Ludlam in this original musical comedy a gothic romp about a hairy curse and those caught in its jaws.
Saturday, March 3rd at 9 pm
Book: Chris Murray & Judith Leora
Lyrics: Edgar Allan Poe & Chris Murray
Music: John Horton Murray
Edgar Allan Poe's life was incredibly unfair, but he used his creative imagination and resilience to persevere. This musical uses his own writing to paint a musical portrait of his life.
Sunday, March 4th at 7 pm
Book, Lyrics: Ed Weissman
Lyrics, Music: Stephen Randoy
Director: Evan Pappas
A musical comedy, in which J. Edgar Hoover, the Head of the FBI for over 50 years, rises from the dead and reveals the secret of his success.
Friday, March 9th at 9 pm
"PERP! THE CRIMINAL MUSICAL"
Book, Lyrics, Music: Laura Italiano
Director: Kevin Lambert
Music Director: Dewey Fleszar
This musical comedy tracks a sweet young Kansan's twisty perp walk from shame to fame after she's wrongly arrested and only a lovable band of singing and dancing crooks can save her.
Saturday, March 10th at 9 pm
"F****D UP FAIRYTALES"
Book, Lyrics: Tom Diggs
Music: David Mallamud
Director: Stephen Fried
A twisted take on Hansel and Gretel and Cinderella, that is anything but Grimm.
Sunday, March 11th at 1 pm
Book, Lyrics: R.C. Staab
Music: Daniel Sturman
An 80's power-pop-infused musical that takes My Best Friend's Wedding and gives it a romantic Zombie twist.
Monday, March 12th at 9 pm
Book, Music: Tyrone Robinson
Lyrics, Music: Alisdair Lee
A musical comedy in which 6 diverse gay men seek love and connection on the Internet whom will love choose?
Tuesday, March 13th at 9 pm
"THE STAR CHILD"
Book: Jennifer Stafford
Lyrics: Sarah Underwood
Music: Josh Freilich
Based on Oscar Wilde's short story, this fun-filled family musical follows Mattan, who believes he is the most beautiful boy the world has ever seen. But when he becomes so self-centered and cruel that a witch steals his beauty, he must go on a journey to get it back and learn to see beauty through the eyes of others.
Wednesday, March 14th at 9 pm
"A FULL LIFE"
Book, Lyrics: Samuel Buckley
Music: John Charles
A love story set in a New York investment bank that tracks the pernicious effect of money on the lives and loves of the office workers who help to generate gargantuan profits but are paid little in return.
Friday, March 16th at 9 pm
"KOWS THE MUSICAL"
Book: Paul Zuckerman and Michael Sansonia
Music, Lyrics: Michael Sansonia
A small Midwestern radio station still broadcasts from where it began over 50 years ago. With debt looming, can they raise enough money to stay on the air?
Saturday, March 17th at 9 pm
"BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE"
Book, Lyrics: Mark Farnen & Fran Handman
Music: Lucas Syed
A musical with two parallel couples (one real, the other characters in a tale) both searching for a way to bridge their differences and live happily ever after.
Sunday, March 18th at 3 pm
Book, Lyrics, Music: John Levy
A musical farce about a man who believes his dead wife has been reincarnated as a houseplant, and how his son uses it to his advantage The Tell Tale Heart meets All In The Family.
Sunday, March 18th at 7 pm
Book, Lyrics: Rich Buley-Neumar
Book, Music: Michael McCarthy
A fatal beauty; a warrior hero; a mighty king. A Druid's prophecy draws them together and fate tears them apart, in this musical retelling of an ancient romantic story of star-crossed love, war, fate, and revenge.
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