Musical Mondays Theatre Lab announces a concert of new songs from their upcoming seasons as well as songs from the soon to be released Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlght CD with live performances of brand new theatre songs from the Tony Award-winning Musical Theatre Workshop. The concert event has no admission charge and reservations are not being taken. 4 show Musical Mondays subscribers will receive a complimentary demo sampler copy of the CD. The concert will take place at the Jerry Orbach Theater in the Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th at 6:30 PM tonight, Oct 11.
The concert will include songs from:
- Musicals, Neurosis: the Musical, Book by Allan Rice, Music by Ben Green, Lyrics by Greg Edwards which will be presented on Thursday, November 8
- Drive, Written by Outer Critics Circle Award Winner for "The Kid," Andy Monroe on Thursday, December 6
- The Passion of Ed Wood, Book and Lyrics by Justin Warner, Music by Rob Kend on Thursday, January 10
- Cynthia and the Dreadful Kite, Music by Jonathan Comisar, Book and Lyrics by Webb Wilcoxen (Not Suitable for Children’s audiences) which will be presented on February 7
From the BMI Workshop:
No More Revivals, Volume 1, anticipated for an early winter release features songs from written by members of the BMI-Lehman Engel Workshop. The concert will include live performances of songs by Alan Menken & David Spencer, Adam Overett, Aron Acurso and Jill Abramovitz, Dan Israel with collaborators Phoebe Kreutz and Robert Yarnall, Justin Warner & Rob Kendt, Mary Feinsinger, Andy Monroe, Joy Son & Steve Routman, Sara Wordsworth & Linda Dowdell, Ben Green & Greg Edwards and Jonathon Comisar & Webb Wilcoxen.
Performers include: Natalie Charle Ellis, (Forbidden Broadway, Alive and Kicking), Mary Feinsinger (Ting Twisters) Adam Overett (Footloose), Jill Abramovitz (9 to 5), Jeff Ward (Howard Da Silva), Andy Monroe (The Kid), Mick Bleyer (Scarlet Pimpernel-National), Amy Zelcer (If You Give a Pig a Pancake-Theatreworks), Elyssa Samsel (Nab-a-Date: Mint Theatre). Arjana Andris (Sweeney Todd, MetroStage) Tom Compton (New Mondays, 54 Below) David Perlman, (Baby It's You!), Jonathan Breit (The Rivals) and Beth Falcone (Wanda's World).
Pictured above: Natalie Charle Ellis, currently in Forbidden Broadway, Alive and Kicking.