MMTL Production History

*Actors appear courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association

Music by Daniel Israel  –  Lyrics by Phoebe Kreutz  –  Book by Rob Ackerman

Hop in the van and join a group of modern-day hippies following their favorite band, Liquid Brick, around the country. All is good in the land of “Brick” until an outsider arrives and disrupts the groove. Travel with Gator, Huck, Honeydew, White Evan, Pops, Marisol, and Julie as they discover their own community and new recipes for bean dip.

Thursday, October 11,
Free to the public event
Previews from our upcoming 2012-13 season
And “From the BMI Workshop: No More Revivals, Volume 1

Join us for songs from our New Musical season as well as a preview of the Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlght CD with live performances of brand new theatre songs from the Tony Award Winning Musical Theatre Workshop which will be released in December, 2012. Singers and song program to be announced. The event has no admission charge and reservations are not being taken. 4 show Musical Mondays subscribers will receive a complimentary demo sampler copy of the CD.

Neurosis: The Musical Thursday, November 8

A musical comedy about the biggest obstacle to finding your one true love: Yourself.
Book by Allan Rice, Music by Ben Green, Lyrics by Greg Edwards.

Drive, Thursday, December 6

Set entirely in the front seat of a car, an unconventional romance suddenly forces several lives into the fast lane.
Written by Outer Critics Circle Award Winner for “The Kid,” Andy Monroe. … more

The Passion of Ed Wood, Thursday, January 10

Infamous ’50s schlock director Ed Wood gets a chance to redeem himself by presenting his incredible life story.
Book and Lyrics by Justin Warner, Music by Rob Kendt

And “From the BMI Workshop: No More Revivals, Volume 1″

Click here: Natalie Charle Ellis and More to Performed at Musical Mondays’ Season and CD Preview Concert, 10/11

Join us for songs from our New Musical season as well as a preview of the Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlght CD with live performances of brand new theatre songs from the Tony Award Winning Musical Theatre Workshop which will be released in December, 2012. Singers and song program to be announced. The event has no admission charge and reservations are not being taken. 4 show Musical Mondays subscribers will receive a complimentary demo sampler copy of the CD.

Cynthia and the Dreadful Kite, Thursday, February 7

When a young girl loses her beloved, handmade kite due to the trickery of her ‘supposed’ friend, she turns to the dark side and unleashes a terrifying new creation. A dark musical-comedy not appropriate for children under 14.
Book and Lyrics: Webb Wilcoxen. Music: Jonathan Comisar
Directed By Robert Ross Parker
Stage Manager: Courtney Wetzel.
Featuring Emily Walton as Cynthia. Emily, understudy in PETER AND THE STARCATCHER.
Also featured Nehal Joshi, who has been in the Broadway/National Tour of Les Miserables.
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Book and Lyrics: Webb Wilcoxen. Music: Jonathan Comisar

Jerry Orbach Theater, Snapple Theater Center, 6:30PM
210 West 50th, just west of Broadway
Single Admission for 11/8, 12/6, 1/10 & 2/7 $18.00; Subscriber Series of 4 shows: $52.00 info: Reserve Here
212 989-6706
Subscription mail order to Musical Mondays/125 Washington Place/Suite 6E/ NY, NY 10014-3866

Musical Mondays premieres Persuasion, or 7 Years Bad Sex Tuesday, October 6, 2009, 6:30 pm

A modern, four player look at the Jane Austen classic

Music by Carl Danielsen, Lyrics by Selda Sahin, Book by Pamela Hall

Musical Mondays revisits Séance (a/k/a Talk to the Dead) Tuesday, November 17, 2009,6:30 pm

Séances, mediums, tables rising, spirit manifestations

the true story of the Fox Sisters whose childish pranks led to the birth of the spiritualism movement.

By Patrick Cook & Frederick Freyer,
Writers of Outer Critics’ Circle Award nominee “Captains Courageous”

Musical Mondays revisits The Dirty Hippie Jam Band Project Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010, 6:30pm

A gaggle of modern-day neo-hippies follow a Phish-style band from coast to coast.

Music by Daniel Israel, Lyrics by Phoebe Kreutz

Book by Phoebe Kruetz & Adam Mathias

Tuesday, April 13, 2010, 6:30pm

Musical Mondays Double Bill

A Tour of the Ruins

A musical journey to the US rust belt by Michael Ogborn

Now and Then

A doo-wop band reunion with surprising consequences

by Matt Landers and E. Miranda Moriera

2 Women One Rope Thursday, April 13, 2010, 6:30pm

The comedy of Jane Stroll and the songs of Shauna Goodgold

AWARD WINNERS!

Beth Falcone, composer/lyricist of “Wanda’s World” is recipient of the 2009 Kleban Award for excellence in lyric writing and will receive a $100,000 award from the foundation set up by Ed Kleban, lyricist of “A Chorus Line” and “A Class Act.” Wanda’s World had its first public performance at Musical Mondays in 2006.

“Come Home” by Mark Janas and Peter Napalitano from “Pinocchio of Chelsea,” seen at Musical Mondays in 2007, received the 2009 MAC Award for Best Song of the Year.

“Next to Normal” by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, seen at Musical Mondays with the title “Feeling Electric” currently plays on Broadway at the Booth Theatre and has been nominated for 11 Tony Awards, including “Best Musical” and “Best Score.” The 2002 Musical Mondays cast included Greg Naughton, Liz Larson and Tony Winner Norbert Leo Butts.

Friends of Musical Mondays receive a special discount code for “Next to Normal” tickets by going to this weblink: nexttonormal.com/friendsandfamily/

What: The BMI Smoker, modeled on the Cambridge University Smokers from Maury Yeston’s undergraduate days. New theatre songs from members of the Tony? honored BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop.

Where: BMI, 320 West 57th Street, Third Floor Media Room.

When: Thursday, April 30, 5:30 PM

Reservations: Sylvia Santana-Vega, 212 830-8360 or SSantana@BMI.com

Produced for the BMI Workshop by Patrick Cook and Frank Evans

55 minute preview of
The Dirty Hippie Jam Band Project

An original musical about a gaggle of modern-day neo-hippies who follow a Phish-style band around the country.

Composer: Dan Israel
Lyricist: Phoebe Kreutz
Book: Adam Mathias

If you were with us at the last BMI Workshop Showcase, you already heard a few of the delightfully humorous songs from this very entertaining new musical.

Jerry Orbach Theater in the Snapple Theatre Center
210 West 50th Street, just west of Broadway
Reservations: 212-989-6706 or musicalmondays@aol.com
$10.00 admission
Tuesday, December 2, 4 PM
The Thing About Joe

You may have seen Musical Mondays’ first presentation of this quirky new musical comedy by Matthew Hardy and (Emmy and Grammy Award Winner) Randy Klein.

No longer a one-man show, the full cast “The Thing About Joe” tells the story of Joe Christiansen from Preston, Idaho, who rebels against his pill-pushing psychiatrist mother and journeys to New York to pursue his dream of becoming a great Maitre d’ like his father who was killed in a freak flaming Bananas Foster accident!
Tuesday, November 25, 6:30 PM
The Suicide

Writers Raymond Bokhour, (currently Amos in Chicago) and Simon Gray (2007 BMI Foundation Harrington Award Winner) have adapted the 1928 Soviet play “The Suicide” by Nikokai Erdman.
Their hero, an unemployed grouch, believes a suicide may be his only chance for greatness.

MMTL presents a 55 minute preview of this dark comedy with rich music and genuinely witty lyrics.
ALGONQUIN SALON

Monday, October 6th, 2008
Algonquin Salon
WORKS IN PROGRESS

highlights material and performances that are ready to be test-run in front of the supportive and nurturing Salon audience.
The special co-host will be Frank Evans, veteran lyricist, librettist and BMI steering committee member. Salon host Mark Janas and Peter Napolitono invite many fellow BMI-ers and Musical Mondays patrons to listen to new songs from shows in progress.

No cover, no minimum.

Early birds get a $10 coupon good for food and drink.

Algonquin Hotel
7PM- 10PM
59 W44th St / 5th & 6th Avenues

The Tony® Honored BMI Lehman Engel
Musical Theatre Workshop
Biannual

Showcase of New Theatre Songs

From members of the Workshop

Thursday, June 12, 2008
5:00PM
The Jerry Orbach Theatre
at the Snapple Theatre Center
210 West 50th Street, just west of Broadway
Running Time: 90 minutes

Reception follows at the Theatre

RSVP: Sylvia Santana-Vega: 212 830-8360
Or SSantana@bmi.com

The Showcase is made possible by a grant from
The Cameron Mackintosh Foundation

A co-production with Musical Mondays Theatre Lab

Previously this Spring
Stories ripped from the front pages of American history!
previews of two new musicals from the Tony® honored BMI Musical Theatre Workshop

Monday, May 12, 2008, 6:30PM

ROOM 16

The unlikely friendship behind the most famous burglary of the 20th Century.
Conservative operative G. Gordon Liddy pairs with C.I.A. agent Howard Hunt to oversee counterespionage for the Nixon Campaign and “Watergate” enters the political dictionary. From Stephen Sislen and Ben H. Winters, writers of “Slut, the Musical” (Fringe Festival, 2004, Off-Broadway, 2005) and TheatreWorks “Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.”

Monday, May 19, 2008, 6:30PM
Talk to the Dead

Séances, mediums, tables rising, spirit manifestations — the true story of Kate and Maggie Fox, 12 and 14 year-old sisters, whose prank convinced their parents that there were ghosts in their house … and the movement of spiritualism was born.

From Patrick Cook and Frederick Freyer, writers of the Outer Critics’ Circle Award nominated “Captains Courageous” (Manhattan Theatre Club)
Each presentation runs approximately 55 minutes.
Admission: $10 or two shows for $16.00 (save 20%).
Reserve at 212 989-6706 or musicalmondays@aol.com
Snapple Theatre, 210 West 50th Street, just west of Broadway.

previously…
Back Home

The War Brides Musical
Book by Ronald Sproat
Lyrics by Frank Evans
Music by Christopher Berg

Can love survive
half a world away?

Back Home Logo
A heartwarming musical about World War II British war brides and the American soldiers they loved. Back Home chronicles the lives of the women, separated from their husbands for nearly two years, in their struggle to be reunited with them. Cited by The Norwich Bulletin as “Best of the Year” and “the little musical that could” by The Philadelphia Enquirer.
LIMITED 2006 ENGAGEMENT!
Seven Performances Only!

The Sage Theater – 711 7th Ave @ 47th and 48th Streets

Monday, Sep 24th, 2006 at 8:00 pm
Tuesday, Sep 25th at 1:00
Wednesday, Sep 26th at 4:30
Friday, Sep 28th at 1:00
Saturday, Sep 29th at 8:00
Sunday, Sep 30th at 1:00
Sunday, Sep 30th at 4:30

The New York Musical Theatre Festival

Musical Mondays on TUNEFUL TUESDAYS Tuesday, December 2, 4 PM

The Thing About Joe

You may have seen Musical Mondays’ first presentation of this quirky new musical comedy by Matthew Hardy and (Emmy and Grammy Award Winner) Randy Klein.

No longer a one-man show, the full cast “The Thing About Joe” tells the story of Joe Christiansen from Preston, Idaho, who rebels against his pill-pushing psychiatrist mother and journeys to New York to pursue his dream of becoming a great Maitre d’ like his father who was killed in a freak flaming Bananas Foster accident!

The Suicide Tuesday, November 25, 6:30 PM

Writers Raymond Bokhour, (currently Amos in Chicago) and Simon Gray (2007 BMI Foundation Harrington Award Winner) have adapted the 1928 Soviet play “The Suicide” by Nikokai Erdman.
Their hero, an unemployed grouch, believes a suicide may be his only chance for greatness.

MMTL presents a 55 minute preview of this dark comedy with rich music and genuinely witty lyrics.

ALGONQUIN SALON
Monday, October 6th, 2008
Algonquin Salon

WORKS IN PROGRESS 

highlights material and performances that are ready to be test-run in front of the supportive and nurturing Salon audience.
The special co-host will be Frank Evans, veteran lyricist, librettist and BMI steering committee member. Salon host Mark Janas and Peter Napolitono invite many fellow BMI-ers and Musical Mondays patrons to listen to new songs from shows in progress.

No cover, no minimum.

Early birds get a $10 coupon good for food and drink.

Algonquin Hotel
7PM- 10PM
59 W44th St / 5th & 6th Avenues

The biannual – Showcase of New Theatre Songs 
From members of the Workshop 

Thursday, June 12
5:00PM
The Jerry Orbach Theatre
at the Snapple Theatre Center
210 West 50th Street, just west of Broadway
Running Time: 90 minutes

Reception follows at the Theatre

RSVP: Sylvia Santana-Vega: 212 830-8360
Or SSantana@bmi.com

The Showcase is made possible by a grant from
The Cameron Mackintosh Foundation

A co-production with Musical Mondays Theatre Lab

Stories ripped from the front pages of American history!
previews of two new musicals from the Tony® honored BMI Musical Theatre Workshop

Preview of Room 16 Musical to Feature Abramovitz, Hawks, Pariseau and Routman
By Andrew Gans
08 May 2008

The Musical Mondays Theatre Lab will present a preview of the new musical Room 16 May 12 at the Snapple Theatre in Manhattan.

The 6:30 PM performance will boast the talents of Jill Abramovitz (Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me), Victor Hawks (South Pacific), Craig Fols (Musical of Musicals, The Musical), Jenifer Foote (A Chorus Line), Jamie Laverdiere (The Producers), Kevin Pariseau (Legally Blonde) and Steve Routman (George Abbott’s Broadway).

Room 16, described as a “new musical about the unlikely friendship behind the most famous burglary of the 20th Century,” was written by Stephen Sislen and Ben H. Winters, who also penned Slut, the Musical. Their new Watergate-themed work, concerning conservative operative G. Gordon Liddy and C.I.A. agent Howard Hunt, was developed at the BMI-Lehman Musical Theatre Workshop.

The Snapple Theatre is located in Manhattan at 210 West 50th Street. Admission is $10 for the 55-minute performance. For reservations call (212) 989-6706 or e-mail musicalmondays@aol.com.

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Musical Monday’s spring season will conclude May 19 with Talk to the Dead, the “true story of Kate and Maggie Fox, 12 and 14 year-old sisters, whose prank convinced their parents that there were ghosts in their house and the movement of spiritualism was born.” Sandie Rosa and Jennifer Bowles will star in the musical penned by Patrick Cook and Frederick Freyer.

The Drama League, Drama Desk and Tony honored
BMI/Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop Presents

THE BMI WORKSHOP SMOKER 

New Work by Members of the Workshop:

Brad Alexander & Adam Mathias, Tom Allen & Stephen Randoy, Chris Boal & Andrew Sherman, Raymond Bokhour & Simon Gray
Dan Furman & Phoebe Kreutz, Matthew Hardy & Randy Klein, Rob Kendt & Justin Warner, Andy Monroe, Stephen Sislen & Ben H. Winters, David Spencer, Justin Warner & Peter Yarin
BMI: 320 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Third Floor Media Room
Running time: 70 minutes
Thursday, April 17 at 5:30 PM
Produced for BMI by Patrick Cook and Frank Evans

The Thing About Joe Monday, November 13

Writers: Matthew Hardy & Randy Klein

Madeline Lee Gilford’s 84th Birthday!  Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

Madeline: the first recipient of the 2007 Madeline Lee Gilford Award for her dedication and tireless contributions to the theatre

All proceeds from this celebration benefited Musical Monday’s Theatre Lab Affirming the future of new Musicals
Performing at the event:
Mary Cleere Haran, Ryan Cunningham and Joshua Salzman (QUEEN ESTHER).
Various attendees read a birthday poem written for Madeline by the late, great lyricist E.Y. “Yip” Harburg (Finian’s Rainbow, Wizard of Oz), a spoof of Edgar Allan Poe’s Annabel Lee. It followed a parody version of Jerry Herman’s “Mame,” written and performed by lyricist and producer Frank Evans.

Event sponsors were Producers Judith Ann Abrams, Pat Addiss, Ruben Brache and e-BroadwayPlays.com, Jamie deRoy and Friends and Ted Snowdon

Notable other Attendees: Joe Franklin, Robert Blume (Drama Desk Awards), Ruben Brache (CEO of eBroadwayPlays.com), Robert Holof (Film Producer), actress/producer extraordinaireCatherine Russell, fund raiser and event planner Kailee Scales, Tobias Toby Mostel, writer Ron Sproat, and producers Dr. Mary John, Annette Niemtzow, Rick Stevens, Robert Straus, Robert Sullivan, Larry Toppall, and Ed Trach … among many others!

Benefit committee:
Judith Ann Abrams, Pat Addiss, Frank Evans, Joe Gilford, Lisa Gilford, Bick Goss, Stephen Hanks, Mary Cleere Haran, Peter Jones, Terry Pierce, Catherine Russell, Kailee Scales, Maury Yeston

*60 dollars in excess of the ticket are tax deductible within the Limits prescribed by law. Musical Mondays Theater Lab is Not-for-Profit Organization

Spring, ’07: new work from 2006 Tony® honored
BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop
McGinn/Cazalle Theatre
Broadway at 76th Street/ Elevator to Third Floor

For All Ages, Monday, APRIL 23

A New Musical – For All Ages – based on the story of Purim from the writers of “I Love You Because…”

QUEEN ESTHER 

Featuring Kate Wetherhead (Spelling Bee) and Michael Holmes(The Producers)

Music by JOSHUA SALZMAN
Book and Lyrics by RYAN CUNNINGHAM
This Family Musical Comedy follows Esther, a lovable cow-milker’s niece, as she rises from being the poorest girl in her village to the Queen of Persia when the King chooses her in a spectacular beauty pageant. Esther soon learns that life as a queen has just as many problems as life in the village when the King’s advisor, Haaman, threatens her people. Forced to choose between revealing her Jewish identity or her new life as Queen, Esther faces the pivotal question of adolescence, “Who Am I?”

This hilarious and energetic piece is the first work by composer Joshua Salzman and bookwriter/lyricist Ryan Cunningham since their off-Broadway debut last season, I Love You Because. The show earned the team a Drama Desk nomination, spawned a cast-album and prompted the Associated Press to call the show “A promising debut of a new song-writing duo,” and drama critic David Hurst to say, “Salzman and Cunningham write melodies that soar into the stratosphere with a voice that is undeniably distinctive, yet technically accomplished… it will be exciting to see what the wonderful, new team of Salzman and Cunningham give us next. After all, now they are tried – they are proven – they have arrived.”

The hour long concert will feature Kate Wetherhead (Spelling Bee, Legally Blonde), Colin Hanlon (Rent, I Love You Because), Michael Holmes (Oklahoma, The Producers), Salzman on piano and Cunningham as Esther’s eccentric cow-milking Uncle Mordechai.

Ryan Cunningham (Book and Lyrics) and Joshua Salzman are graduates of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. They made their television writing debut this year creating songs for Disney’s “Johnny and the Sprites”, starring John Tartaglia. The team is a member of The Dramatists Guild and the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop.

Salzman, who served in the music departments of “Wicked” and “All Shook Up,” is currently on faculty at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy and a member of AFM Local 802.

SEE ROCK CITY  Monday, MARCH 26

(And other destinations)

The ultimate road musical with surprising arrivals and departures – a collection of short pieces exploring the complexities of modern relationships, set at tourist destinations across the country.

Music by BRAD ALEXANDER
Book and Lyrics by ADAM MATHIAS

Also catch sneak-previews of The Alamo, Coney Island, plus a visit to Niagara Falls.

Curtain time: 6PM – Run time, approx. 55 minutes

The cast includes Jaclyn Huberman (NYMF’s recent Broadway Idol Winner), Joe Cassidy (Freddy in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, William Finn’s Make Me a Song), Ben Schrader (Big River National Tour, Artcents Benefit Concert), Michael Busillo (Joy, Texas Homos), Jill Abramovitz (Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me) and Steve Routman (Broadway, directed by George Abbott, Shmulnik’s Waltz). Both Abramovitz and Routman have written for Musical Mondays. Abramovitz is a contributing lyricist to “The Wedding Project” as well as lyricist of “The Dogs of Pripyat” and Routman is the lyricist for “The Fisher King” and “Top of World,” which Musical Mondays produced at the McGinn/Cazalle and for the 2006 September Concert.

Lyricist/librettist Adam Mathias conceived and co-wrote “The Passion of George W. Bush” (NY Fringe, Joe’s Pub) and is currently developing a new musical with Brad Alexander entitled “Big Sky.” Composer Brad Alexander is a NYC-based songwriter-producer whose music has been featured on Sony, VH1, Lifetime and at theaters across the country. He wrote the music for Theatreworks/USA’s “Just So Stories.”

Director Kevin Del Aguila has directed several productions of his own plays, including his acclaimed comedy 6 Story Building. He is the book-writer of the hit off-Broadway musicalAltar Boyz, which won the New York Outer Critics Circle Award and earned him a Drama Desk nomination in 2005.

Monday, MARCH 12

TWO NEW MINI-MUSICALS:
THE MITZVAH OF MADISON AVENUE 
A Spiritual Comic Tale
Music by CARL J DANIELSEN
Lyrics by SARA WORDSWORTH

&

THE RUBBERERS 

Musical Love Story – Inspired By O. Henry
Book & Lyrics:MATTHEW HARDY
Music: ROBERT MAGGIO

Broadway’s Love Couple

Ervin and Edith Drake Celebration
Saturday, February 10, 2007

DOUG KATSAROS SOLO Monday – April 4, 2005

Special Series Inaugural

Rebeckah Luker Guest stars with JENNY GIERING & FRIENDS Monday, May 2, 2005

6:15pm sharp

BARBARA ANSELMI’S THE BIG PICTURE
Monday, May 16, 2005

6:15pm sharp

Shorts October 4, 2004

PATSY:HONKEY-TONK ANGEL  March 24, 25, 2003

UP IN THE AIR  April 7,2003

Chosen for BMI Master Class

FLORENCE & CARRIE  April 21,2003

TOP OF THE HEAP  April 28, 29, 2003

IT’S ABOUT TIME May 19,20, 2003

Dinner at Eight  Mar. 11/12 2002

(See 1999- 2000)

Feeling Electric  Oct. 7, 2002

Development by Sh-K-Boom Records; Washington State Production

Theory of the Leisure Class  Nov. 4, 2002

Festival of New Works, Chicago; NAMT conference, York Theatre Development,

5horts  (BMI) Nov. 18, 2002

In development for full showcase, Winter 2003

Absolutely Anything  Dec. 2, 2002

In development for full reading, Spring, 2003. Chosen for BMI Master Class

Bohemian Serenade Dec. 16, 2002

Additional performances scheduled.

My Twelfth Night or What I Will   April 2, 2001

Wrong! Songs My Mother Wouldn’t…   April 9, 2001

Little Women (the musical) Apr. 23/24, 2001

Next Stage (BMI) May 14, 2001

(Writers Marx & Lopez Avenue Q scheduled for Broadway, Summer, 2003)

After You, After All a/k/a Lion by The Tale May 21,24 2001

Between the Lines Sept. 10, 2001

The Ark (cancelled) Oct. 1, 2001

With revisions suggested by Musical Mondays, St. Lake City production

War Brides Oct. 22, 2001

Production, Norwich CT.
Best Play of 2002, Norwich Bulletin, Winner Spirit Award, Best New Show.

A Room with a View Nov. 12, 2001

Scheduled for Off-Broadway

Like You Like It Dec. 3, 2001

Chosen for NAMT showcase and Jonathon Larson Foundation Development. Full Production NYU

Indiscretions of a French Housewife Sept. 11, 2000

Talkies Oct. 2, 2000

BMI Workshop 10 Minute Musicals Nov. 13, 2000

Writer Jeff Blumenkrantz hired to write additional songs for Broadway Urban Cowboy.

A Woman Song Nov. 20, 2000

Lyin’ Up a Breeze Dec. 4, 2000

The Ransom of Red Chief Aug. 2, 1999

Writers Chayefsky and Alexander commissioned for new work by TheatreWorks/USA

Abie’s Island Rose Aug. 23, 1999

Produced Off-B’way by JRT, Playhouse 91; Hollywood(FL) Playhouse. Best of the year- Palm Beach Post)

Wounded Birds Sept. 27, 1999

(Under name of Searching for Y, NMTN )

Cupid & Psyche Oct. 18, 1999

(Five subsequent productions; Scheduled for Off-B’way 2003; Nominated for Spirit Award)

Dinner at Eight Oct. 25, 1999

Winner 2001 Jerry Bock Award; New Musicals Festival, Chicago; Scheduled for Great Britain, 2003.)

Standing Up April 3, 2000

Scheduled Spirit of Broadway Theatre,Norwich, CT

The Legend of Sleepy Hallow April 17, 2000

Falling Apart May 1, 2000

BMI Workshop Ten Minute Musicals May 15, 2000

Trapped Family Singers scheduled for York Theatre

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