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                       Pre-Premieres of New Musicals


Book by Whitney Rhodes, Shenelle Salcido and Spencer Williams
Music + Lyrics by Shenelle Salcido and Spencer Williams


Directed by Joe Barros (Gigi, Cagney)

With Drew Arisco, Alison Lea Bender, Sean Buhr, Adam Theodore Barry, Jordan J. Ford, Keri Rene Fuller, Michelle Beth Herman, Brandon Kalm (American Psycho), Deven Kolluri, Lori Lusted, Kelly McIntyre (A Night With Janis Joplin), Krista Pioppi (Lazarus), Blake Sheridan, and Zurin Villanueva (Shuffle Along)


When their parents die of a mysterious illness in their small Welsh village, surviving siblings Thomas, Haydon, and Nettie are forced to fend for themselves. Unhappy with small town life, Haydon runs off to Liverpool where he meets a Romani woman, Mirela, who speaks to his wandering soul. This enchanting story, inspired by the author’s great-great-great grandfather’s journals, is magically recounted by a band of Romani musicians. Through a riveting indie-rock/folk score, For Tonight explores prejudices, family relationships and the indelible power of home.

For Tonight was featured in Goodspeed’s Festival of New Musicals, NYMF, MSU’s ĭmáGen program, and TheatreFest on the Isle of Man.

2.27.16 | 7PM + 9PM @ The Cell | 338 W 23rd St., NYC

Tickets: $20 in advance / $25 at the door

Book by Katie Palmer, Lucas Tahiruzzaman Syed, and Sarah Ziegler
Music by Lucas Tahiruzzaman Syed
Lyrics by Sarah Ziegler

Directed by Ilana Ransom Toeplitz (Violet)

Music Direction by Kevin B. Winebold

With Aaron CaseyCarly Kincannon, Patricia Noonan (Death Takes A Holiday), Anne Wechsler, and John Weigand

"Literature cannot be the business of a woman's life." After receiving this crushing response from the poet laureate, Charlotte Brontë went on to write “Jane Eyre”, spearhead her sisters' writing careers, and break through a Victorian "glass ceiling." Literary history is forever grateful. So why did her family resent her and fall apart?

The Brontës is being developed by Theater in Asylum and is coming to Brooklyn in the Summer of 2017 with Piper Theatre Productions.

2.27.16 | 7PM + 9PM @ The Cell | 338 W 23rd St., NYC

Tickets: $20 in advance / $25 at the door

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