NYMF 2008 Special Part 1.
We’re covering NYMF musicals exclusively for 4 weeks in a row (YES! Extra episodes!) for their fall 2008 festival.
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Book and Lyrics by Laurence Holzman & Felicia Needleman
Music by Kyle Rosen
Broadway Bullet talks with the Lyricst/Librettist team of Laurence Holzman and Felicia Needleman, and we listen to two songs from the show, “You Can Lead” and “Doing It”.
Book and Lyrics by David Arthur
Music by Jeffrey Lodin
Broadway Bullet talks with Writer/Lyricist David Arthur and we hear two songs from the show, “A Good Book” and “Look Again”
mixing up the next evolution of musical theatre comedy
Curators/Hosts: Wendy Seyb and Mark Lonergan
Showcasing the next evolution in storytelling through music, comedy and movement.
What happens when you take physical comedy…dance… musical theatre…and mix them all together? Find out as curators Wendy Seyb (Walmartopia, School Daze, But I’m a Cheerleader) and Mark Lonergan bring together some of New York’s most exciting artists in search of the next evolution of musical theatre comedy.
Broadway Bullet talks with the Co-Executive Directors and Curators, Mark Lonergan and Wendy Seyb in this episode.
Music & Lyrics by Mark Houston
Book by Mark Houston, Francis J. Cullinan and Dianne Sposito
Broadway Bullet talks with Co-Librettist, Diane Sposito and Director, Alan Souza and we hear two songs from the show, “Make ’em Want What You Got” and “Trouble Tonight”.
Book by Brantley Aufill, Tony Mayes, and Monty Holamon
Music & Lyrics by Monty Holamon
Adapted from Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Plays
Ubu: A ‘Patamusical adapts all three of Alfred Jarry’s infamously absurd Ubu Plays (Ubu King, Ubu Cuckolded, and Ubu Bound) into one new absurdist musical. Watch Pa Ubu kill the king, raid the treasury, go to war …and buy Ma Ubu a good, stout umbrella. Merde!
Broadway Bullet talks with Co-Writer/Directors Tony Mayes and Brantly Aufill and we hear the song, “The Master Awaits” from the show.
Book and lyrics by Dan Collins
When a young man sneaks away to the seedy wood on the outskirts of his Normal town, his community is forced to face the secrets, desires and dreams long relegated to the shadowy confines at the fringe of their society. The result is a night complete with spandex clad color guard enthusiasts, shirtless Christians, quarreling divas, undercover mothers and a trio of Fairies who sing, dance and put En Vogue to shame from the stalls of a public men’s room. www.woodthemusical.comSchedule: Sep 15th, 8:00 pm, Sep 17th, 8:00 pm, Sep 19th, 8:00 pm, Sep 20th, 1:00 pm, Sep 25th, 1:00 pm, Sep 28th, 1:00 pm at TBG Theater
Broadway Bullet talks with Director, Thomas Caruso and Composer, Julianne Wick-Davis, and we hear two songs from the show, “Come In” and “I’m Out”.
You Can Take the Girl Outta Brooklyn
(But You Can’t Take Brooklyn Outta The Girl)
autobiographical musical revue of singer songwriter SUSAN COLLINS
The humorous and touching true story of how, blessed with a remarkable streetwise voice, Susan Collins sang her way out of the Glenwood Projects to work with a galaxy of stars including Jimi Hendrix, Todd Rundgren, KISS, ELO, John Lennon, SNL and more, all in their heyday.
Broadway Bullet talks with star, Susan Collins and Writer/Producer Andy Caploe and we hear the title song from the show.