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Notes From a Page - New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
TADA! Theater
New York, NY, NY
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Notes From a Page - New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
Notes From a Page - New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
Paul Adams, Curator

A festival of original, eclectic and engaging new musicals.

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, 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 Man Talking" and "One Woman Standing" and book tickets for those shows as well!

Saturday, March 2 at 9 pm
Book, Lyrics, and Music by Duncan Pflaster
Directed by Duncan Pflaster
Musical Direction by Jim Allen
When Peggy and her boyfriend Noah (a gay-for-pay porn star) meet William, a rich young gay man with months to live, they plot to win William's inheritance. But the lines between what is real and what is not begin to blur as the deception unfolds. A modern gay spin on The Wings of the Dove by Henry James.

Monday, March 4 at 9 pm
Book and Lyrics Lorelei Mackenzie and Kristen Penner
Music by Joni Ernst, Lorelei Mackenzie and Kristen Penner
Additional Material by Abigail Taylor
Directed by Shaun Peknic
Musical Direction by Joni Ernst
At "Little Miss Glamour and Glitz: Texas," it's what's on the OUTSIDE that counts. Join three young aspiring pageant princesses and their offbeat families in their quest for the crown. Witness the magic, the mayhem and, of course, the glitter in this delightful romp into child pageants.

Thursday, March 7 at 9 pm
Book and Lyrics by Richard Byrne
Music by Jon Langford and James Elkington
Directed by Melisa Annis  
A naked fake emperor. Glam rock. A head in a box. That's Nero/Pseudo.
Nero's dead, right? Or maybe his fans won't let Rome's cruel but entertaining emperor exit the stage just yet. Ancient Rome collides with glam rock in Nero/Pseudo -- a new play by Richard Byrne with music by Jon Langford (Mekons) and James Elkington (the Zincs).  

Saturday, March 9 at 7 pm
Book, Lyrics, and Music by Mindy Levokove
Directed by Andreas Hager
Come and Get Your Piece of the Pie!
Obama and his Presidency are celebrated, examined, questioned, pleaded with, applauded, supported, opposed, ignored, and finally, identified with. A dynamic, diverse, all-female cast sings a cappella, representing various perspectives and voices of some of the many groups who have been traditionally marginalized by the heretofore "ruling class" in America.

Sunday, March 10 at 7 pm
Book and Lyrics by Sonya Sobieski
Music by Nicole Hale, Ronnie Reshef, Tom Swafford, Frederick Alden Terry, and Jana Zielonka
Directed by Julie Kramer
An absurdist romantic comedy featuring an out-of-work Yeti, a lovelorn philanderer, and a struggling misanthrope. Poignant, silly, satiric, and screwball, it ponders how
the inhabitants of a Big City persevere amid the probable nonexistence of God and the constant irritation of other people. Squirrels die; hearts are broken; hope is found.

Tuesday, March 12 at 9 pm
Book by Susan Merson
Lyrics and Music by Shellen Lubin
Directed by Shellen Lubin
Fighting the ghosts of the land and their own daughter, an aging ranch couple must decide if rescuing their abandoned grandchild will heal or destroy them. A musical play about the desperation, danger and drought of love in the harsh landscape of Central California. Based on a true story.

Saturday, March 16 at 9 pm
Book by Pamela Weiler Grayson and Alice Jankell
Lyrics and Music by Pamela Weiler Grayson
Directed by Alice Jankell
Musical Direction and Arrangements by William Waldrop
Strap on your stilettos 'cause this is war. A funny, irreverent (and sometimes heartbreaking) romp through motherhood on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where the absurdities of a rarified lifestyle throw the universality of parenting into stark focus.

Thursday, March 21 at 9 pm
Book by Brenda Jean Foley
Lyrics by Alisa Hauser, Jared Eberlein, Joel Adlen, Brenda Jean Foley, Diana Lawrence, Kristen Lee Rosenfeld, Luanne Rosenfeld
Music by Sam Davis, Diana Lawrence, Joel Adlen, Brett Macias, Kristen Lee Rosenfeld, Andrew Edwards, David Mallamud
Directed by Terry Berliner
Musical Direction by Kristen Lee Rosenfeld
A musical exploration of New Yorkers struggling in their personal pursuit of happiness and their search for peace a dozen emerging musical theatre talents have come together to write a hopeful piece about the world we live in.

Saturday, March 23 at 2 pm
Book by R.C. Staab
Lyrics by Daniel Sturman & R.C. Staab
Music by Daniel Sturman
A small group of prominent Americans  from industrialists to a Nobel Prize winner   board a private luxury train on its inaugural run from Chicago to Detroit in 1938. When two passengers quickly meet an untimely demise, tensions mount as the survivors fear that death may be lurking in their compartment. Could one of them be the killer?

Saturday, March 23 at 9 pm
Book by DC Copeland
Directed by Petronia Paley
It's not a musical. It's a dancical! Billy Rhythm, the quintessential American, teams up with Tharbis Jefferson, a "Copper Colored Gal" from the latest Cotton Club Revue, to win a dance contest at the Savoy Ballroom. Unfortunately, their competition will stop at nothing to win, including murder.

Sunday, March 24 at 3 pm
based on the novel by K.M. Briggs
Book and Lyrics by Kate Hanenberg
Music by Mary Lloyd-Butler and others
Another world's waiting. Hobberdy Dick has been the guardian spirit of Widford Manor
since time itself began; but times are changing. In the dark days following
the English Civil Wars,a Puritan family moves from London to the
country in search of a more peaceful life. Hobberdy Dick must make
sure that his beloved Manor continues to thrive as he guides each member of the
family to an understanding of the power of love, faith, and forgiveness.

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+EAT member


TADA! Theater
15 W 28th St, 2nd Fl
New York, NY, NY 10001
United States


Arts > Theatre

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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