The Musical of Musicals…the Musical
Music by Eric Rockwell and Lyrics by Joanne Bogart
The Musical of Musicals…the Musical Music by Eric Rockwell and Lyrics by Joanne Bogart
A hilarious parody of musical theatre. A simple plot is told 5 different ways, as if written by 5 different well-known composers. How would the story be told by
Rodgers & Hammerstein? Or Stephen Sondheim, or Andrew Lloyd Weber? You get the idea. Full of laughs and glorious music.
I Hate Hamlet
by Paul Rudnick
I HATE HAMLET (by Paul Rudnick)
A hugely successful television star is offered the role of a lifetime, Hamlet, in NYC’s Central Park. But is he good enough for the Bard? Torn by self-doubt while also wanting to impress his girlfriend, he conjures up the spirit of John Barrymore who challenges him to a duel, to either be a great actor or take the television money and run. Hilarious and engaging, pure escapist fun!
Becoming Julia Morgan
by Belinda Taylor
Becoming Julia Morgan is a fast-paced play about the architect and builder of Hearst Castle and 700 other buildings. The first woman architect to be licensed in California, she loved her work but kept her personal life private. Playwright Belinda Taylor, a former journalist with a genius for research and dialogue, cleverly weaves the strands of past, present, and future with flashbacks while Julia reveals her experiences to reporter Jerry Mac, a reporter for William Randolph Hearst.
Death of a Salesman
by Arthur Miller
Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
One of the most iconic plays in theatre history. The last 24 hours in the life of Willy Loman. The play is a montage of memories, dreams, confrontations, that
culminate in a loss of identity and a man’s inability to accept change. Mesmerizing and touching.