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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 Fall 2013

October 4th through 27th

IMPORTANT BOOKING INFORMATION: Each title in the series has only one performance, one date, one time, so please take special note of the details for the show you've chosen and book accordingly. Then check the listings for our other series on offer during this festival. Visit www.emergingartiststheatre.org for more information.

All tickets are $10
All performances at:
TADA! Theater 15 West 28th St, 2nd floor
Between Broadway and 5th Avenue

Curators: Paul Adams, Barbara Grecki, Derek Jamison, Scott Klavan, Jessica Phillips Lorenz, Scott Raker, Vanessa Shealy

Emerging Artists returns with their one-of-a-kind festival. Visit the theater any evening during this three-week event, and you'll find yourself transported in a number of surprising ways: by a single performer embodying a whole host of characters; by a non-traditional piece that challenges and delights; by a cozy two-person show exploring relationships; or perhaps by a bouncy new musical that has you humming. Emerging Artists has always been about new works, new talents, new voices. That's never been more evident than now.


Sunday, October 6 at 7 pm
Book and Lyrics by David Eisner
Music by Chuck Muckle
The story of Sophocles' Electra and Orestes as you've never seen it before ('til now!), with a tuneful score by Chuck Muckle and David Eisner (ASCAP and BMI Workshop alumni and creators of STARBOARD HOME and THREE FOR THE ROAD).

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Monday, October 14 at 9 pm
Book by Karen Bishko, Nat Bennett, Suzanne Heathcote
Music and Lyrics by Karen Bishko
Directed by Pia Furtado
A modern musical for when chocolate cake won't mend a broken heart. Leah is 35, single, successful, a Jewish divorce attorney unfulfilled in her work and constantly choosing the wrong men. Her best friend encourages her to pursue her first love, music, to find truth and authenticity in her life.

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Tuesday, October 15 at 9 pm
Book, Music and Lyrics by Tor Hyams & Lisa Rothauser
Directed by Lee Kasper
Musical Direction by Chris Haberl
Stealing Time follows two separately married individuals whose lives collide at just the right time. The search for individual truth ensues alongside the overwhelming struggle to take risks on that path. Once this truth is uncovered, a journey of self-love, compassion, and honest communication sparks difficult choices two hearts can no longer deny; accepting the light of absolute love or retreating into the safety of complacency. Which would you choose?

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Friday, October 18 at 9 pm  
Book by Jeff Davis and Elliot Roth
Music and Lyrics by Elliot Roth
Directed and Choreographed by Jeff Davis
The Lovely Wilds is an original musical fantasy set on a remote island, combining dance, burlesque, a timeless original story and captivating music. Welcome to the playground!!!

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Saturday, October 19 at 2 pm
Book by - Peter Gwinn
Lyrics by - Peter Gwinn
Music by - Jody Shelton
Director - Mark Waldrop
A new original musical comedy from "The Colbert Report" writer Peter Gwinn and "50 Shades! The Musical" composer Jody Shelton. Two struggling artists are promised fame and fortune by a magical man from another dimension. But this Faustian bargain is only the first cliche of an entire cliched army, intent on overrunning our world!

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Sunday, October 20 at 2 pm
Book and Lyrics by Kate Hanenberg
Music by Mary Lloyd-Butler and Ned Paul Ginsburg
Additional music by Robert Hart and B.L. Cranagh
Directed by Patrick Vassel
Musical Direction by Ned Paul Ginsburg
In the aftermath of the English Civil Wars, the Widdison family seeks refuge at Widford Manor. Can Hobberdy Dick, the guardian spirit of the house, help them discover a place of peace and plenty? Based on the novel by K.M. Briggs.

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Monday, October 21 at 9 pm
Book, Lyrics and Music by Eric B. Sirota
Directed by Heather Arnson
A struggling idealistic artist tries to keep from losing his childhood friend and love
of his life, as she grows and changes, with the materialistic world tugging her away from him.

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Tuesday, October 22 at 7 pm
Book and Lyrics by Lia Tamborra and Harry Einhorn
Music by Balint Varga, Harry Einhorn and Lia Tamborra
An epic musical exploration of the lost continent's final hours. What happens when an advanced society (despite its giant pyramids, reptilians, foes, and powers of astral projection) gets so caught up in their petty problems they don't notice an impending environmental disaster? A mix of Gilbert and Sullivan, modern minimalism, contemporary and classic music theater, pop, absurdism, ancient lore, and folk songs.

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Thursday, October 24 at 8 pm
Book and Lyrics by Kristen Penner, Lorelei Mackenzie
Music by Kristen Penner, Lorelei Mackenzie and Joni Ernst
Directed by Shaun Peknic
How did I get here? Who are you? What did I just say? No answer, just darkness. This is Tabby's life as a multiple. The clock ticking out her confusion and shame. But through intensive work, she may have a chance at regaining all that she's lost. Tabby will have to meet each of her alternate personalities, hear about the memories they hold, and ultimately embrace them and herself in order to become whole. But can she maintain a normal life while uncovering the horrors of her past? Only time will tell

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Friday, October 25 at 9 pm
Book by - Sharon Wajswol
Music and Lyrics by Robert Shard
Directed by Sharon Wajswol
Musical Director Robert Shard
When they ask you why you saw the show, just tell them, "The Devil made me do it!"

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Saturday, October 26 at 8 pm
Book by Ed Weissman
Lyrics by Ed Weissman and Stephen Randoy
Music by Stephen Randoy
Directed by Evan Pappas
For over 50 years J. Edgar Hoover was the most powerful man in the District of Columbia. Tonight he reveals the secrets of his success. On the stage of the Hoover Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, J. Edgar, Clydo Tolson, radicals, politicians and presidents recreate Edgar's life and his climb to power  all with a cast of six.

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Sunday, October 27 at 2 pm
Book and Lyrics by Rachael Migler
Music by Eric Grunin
Directed by Lee Kasper
Brooke Astor's Last Affair" follows the ghost of the legendary philanthropist and society icon who finds herself trapped in limbo, confronting disturbing truths as she watches the story of her life unfurl--and unravel--during her son's criminal trial on earth. When her entire legacy and reputation as a heroic woman and mother come under siege, she must confront these truths if she is to escape. "Brooke" delves into the psyche of the dazzling, well-loved yet little-understood female icon, exploring ambition, jealousy and ultimately forgiveness.

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Sunday October 27 at 7 pm
Book, Music and Lyrics by Maureen Burns Shannon
Directed by Norma Medina
Inside a world, inside a dream, inside a theater. Think "Peter and the Starcatcher" as written by Samuel Beckett and staged by Peter Brook. In other words, a magical story that defies description and demands to be heard.


TADA! Theater (View)
15 W 28th Street
New York, NY, NY 10001
United States


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