Category Archives: Uncategorized
Daniel Doss and I had a great time at the reading of our new musical, “Wild and Willful Women,” as part of the TRU Voices Musical Reading Series in New York City! We had a fantastic cast and a very appreciative audience.
Here’s the link to Broadway World’s release about the evening.
Martin Tanner Productions is presenting my play, Caldwell’s Bomb, as part of the Dramatists Guild of America’s Friday Night Footlights Reading Series.Friday, March 1, 2013 at 7:30 PM Dramatists Guild of America Frederick Loewe Room 1501 Broadway, Suite 701 New York, NY 10036
Herman Johansen is flying in from LA to direct the reading, and he assures me that we’ll have an excellent cast in place. So, if you’re in New York on March 1, please join us. Whether you can be there or not, please tell your friends in New York City about the reading. It’s FREE, and it’s right in the heart of the action on Times Square.
Daniel Doss and I are pleased to announce that we’ve completed the cast for the first concert performance of our new musical, Wild and Willful Women, and we’ve had an exciting first rehearsal. It’s great to hear our words and music finally come to life! We couldn’t be happier about the quality of the cast we’ll be able to put on stage at the H&R Block City Stage at Union Station starting at 7:30 PM on Monday, October 29. Here’s our cast list:
Abigail- Daria LeGrand
Peter- Phillip Russell Newman
Rev. Sheppard- Paul Tranisi
Rebecca Bright- Judy Simmons
Alice- Linnaia McKenzie
Nathaniel Fox- Noah Whitmore
Will Sparrow- Paul Thomas
The ensemble includes:
Lena Andrews, Devon Barnes, Gail Bronfman Bunch, Elisa James, and Anita Meehan,
Bob Allen, Trevor Belt, Ross David Bunch, Spencer Carney, Brandon Golden, and John Stewart.
Janet Rogers of Tara Lane Productions is our producer, and our design staff includes: Sean Glass (lights designer); Michael Ong (projectionist/visual designer); and Marshall Simmons (Sound).
Daniel Doss, who composed all the music, will play keyboard and conduct from the stage.
I wrote the book and lyrics, and I’ll be in the audience.
Again, we hope you’ll be able to join us for this exciting, and free, first voyage.
Although tickets are free, we suggest you reserve seats through Union Station’s online box-office.