Kristin Piacentile stars in the industry-only reading of "Lost In Love," a new musical based on the hit songs of Air Supply, tonight April 23 and tomorrow, April 24. She plays the love interest of Constantine Maroulis ("Rock of Ages," "American Idol").
Andrea McArdle (Tony Award winner for "Annie") also stars in a cast featuring Broadway veterans Justin Matthew Sargent ("Rock of Ages," "Bonnie & Clyde"), Beau Allen ("Best Little Whorehouse," "Jesus Christ Superstar," original production) and Adinah Alexander ("Wicked" and "The Wedding
Singer"). Other casting includes William Blake ("American Idol" Season 4); Brian Golub (Disney's "When In Rome"), Georgia Haege ("Lizzie Borden the Musical"), and Jamie Epstein ("The Velveteen Rabbit.")
Piacentile has appeared on the big screen in "Across The Universe" and "Kinsey," among many others and the small screen on the "Onion News Network: and the web series "47th Floor." Off Broadway, she was featured in the reading of "When Midnight Strikes" at The Hive Theatre, "Chautauqua!" at the The Public Theatre directed by John Carrafa, "Dear Maudie" at the 78th
Street Theatre Lab and "The American Girls Revue" with Jennifer Damiano at American Girl Place. At New York University, she was a featured performer in "Songs For A New World," "A New Brain" and "Gone Missing." Her regional credits include "All's Well That Ends Well" and "Richard II: Know Ye Not
That?" at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Maria in "West Side Story" at Tarrytown Music Hall, "Footloose" at White Plains PAC, Eponine in "Les Miserables" with Westchester Broadway Youth and Pennywise in "Urinetown" at the Passaic VAlley Theatre.
Ms. Piacentile has performed the National Anthem at New York Yankees Stadium, Newark Bears Stadium and Toledo Mudhens Stadium. She earned a BFA at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2010.
Graham Russell, who composed many of Air Supply's hits, has written four new songs for the musical and is developing the book with writer Melissa Bell. Robyn C. Lee directs. Air Supply's hits include "All Out of Love," "The One That You Love," and "Making Love Out of Nothing at All." Their musical "Lost In Love" is set in England in the early 1900s and has a Downton Abbey feel. As royalty and emerging American wealth collide, a man and a woman must decide to follow tradition or live for love.
For information on obtaining an invitation to the readings April 23-24, please email LostInLovetheMusical@gmail.com (Industry/invited only).