Five years after presenting Pregnancy Pact, Julia and I are ecstatic to have another show in the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Musicals!
And with a new opportunity comes a new title…
First it was PIED!. Then it was I Love You, Anita Bryant. And now it’s The Loneliest Girl in the World!
Mark your calendars for October 27 & 28, 2016. We’ll be sharing the first 45 minutes of the show! And we’re lucky to do it alongside so many wonderful friends like Mindi Dickstein & Kirsten Guenther (Benny & Joon), Brett Ryback (Joe Schmoe Saves the World), and Scotty Arnold & Alana Jacoby (Mortality Play.)
Be on the lookout for more information over the next few months!
Here they are! Huge thanks to our wonderful engineer Reed Taylor for all of these wonderful tracks. And thanks to all the talented folks who came into the studio with us: MD Rich Silverstein; musicians Ian Axness, Eric Day, Danny Jonokuchi, Jeremy Yaddaw, and Andrew Zinsmeister; and singers Ally Bonino, Liz Carbonell, Max Chernin, Charles Franklin, Sam Heldt, Brad Standley, and Lauren Worsham.
Hear all of the tracks in story order with the rest of our demos on their WORKS pages!
Julia and I are back in the studio to record some new tracks for I Love You, Anita Bryant and Something Blue. We’re recording 14 tracks with some of our very favorite people, and it’s been a blast so far! The new tracks should be available and posted in mid-September, so keep an eye (ear?) out.
At the studio with the band – Rich Silverstein, Eric Day, Jeremy Yaddaw, Andrew Zinsmeister, and Ian Axness.
Rehearsing with Ally Bonino, Liz Carbonell, Max Chernin, and Brad Standley.
(We’ve also got Sam Heldt, Lauren Worsham, Nick Blaemire, and Dustin Sullivan singing for us, but I’m bad about taking enough pictures…)
Read all about the Polyphone Festival in American Theatre magazine!
PIED! is now I Love You, Anita Bryant.