Come on down to the Musical Theatre Factory on Monday night for a slice of PIED!
Julia and I are so excited to present an excerpt of the show, up on its feet for the first time, as part of this month’s installment of 4×15 on Monday, December 15 at 8:30pm. Directed by Portia Krieger and with music direction by Rich Silverstein, the 15-minute excerpt will feature Dana Steingold, Sam Heldt, Libby Servais, Adam Stasiw, andAmy Linden (L-R, pictured above.)
The evening will feature 15-minute excerpts of four new musicals (including shows by our friends Andrea Lepcio and Bill Nelson) with some industry feedback after each presentation. It should be a fun night with a fun, new company devoted to new musicals!
Get your tickets here!
Tonight’s the night! We had a wonderful sitzprobe last night (pictured above in the music room at Julia’s dayjob – yes, that’s One World Trade Center hidden behind the break in the windows.) It was the first time I’d heard most of the songs with the band and I can’t wait to share them with the audience at the D-Lounge tonight!
If you can’t make it, be on the lookout for photos and videos in the next few weeks!
Next Monday! 7:30pm!
Come on down to the D-Lounge to hear a selection of songs from our new musical Something Blue on a double bill with Jay Alan Zimmerman‘s Roboticus.
I’m so happy to get to hear 6 brand new songs sung for the first time (and 3 that we’ve enjoyed since we recorded them last year.)
Tickets are available here.
I promised you details, so here are details!
The NYTB concert of Something Blue on Monday, November 17 is almost upon us. If the prospect of hearing new Gordon & Julia songs weren’t enough to get you there, come so you can hear the wonderful Jeremy Morse, Phoebe Strole, and Blake Segal sing said new songs, as directed by Ethan Heard and musically directed by Rich Silverstein!
Tickets and more info will be up on the New York Theatre Barn website soon!
The D-Lounge doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30.