I was thrilled to join the Women & Theatre Project as a guest on the latest episode of their podcast! We spoke about inclusivity in theatre, the projects I’m working on, and the ladies in theatre whose mentorship and example have changed my life.
The chance to see my musical, Noise, on its feet for the first time was nothing short of incredible. I’m beyond grateful for the amazing team that came together to bring this thing to life, and to The Tank for giving us such a legendary space to call artistic home!
A bit aboutthe piece:
When Dr. Kenton began conducting a study on a college campus, she thought she was on the brink of a biomedical breakthrough. Today, she appears before a jury. Elsewhere, an unlikely friendship between two college students takes a bitter turn. As these stories unfold and begin to echo one another, lines blur between the past as we remember it, and the future as we fear it. Noise is a new musical about the interconnectedness of our pasts and our futures, and the ways we can be blinded by our ghosts.
I’m so excited to share a few songs in Volume 4 of the Women Of The Wings Concert at 54 Below on Friday, September 30th! Produced by Megan Minutillo, the series presents songs written by female composers, performed by a team of insanely talented ladies. I can feel the girl power already!!!
Check out the full BroadwayWorld article here, and get your tickets here (or – shh, for way cheaper – here!)!
I had a ball sharing some new music at Andrew Mullins‘ and John Coyne‘s “The Get Together” this week! The incomparable Stefan Schallack and Lizzie Koennecke were cool enough to learn songs from both Noise and the song cycle I’m working on, Where We Are, some of which were thrown at them basically minutes beforehand! It was so exciting to hear new tunes from the other featured composers, John Coyne and Jaron Barney as well.
Many thanks to everyone who helped bring such a supportive crew to such a scenic roof 🙂
I’m so excited to make my ~54 Below debut~ on May 23rd for Work In Progress: The Next Generation of New Writers! Produced by Molly Heller and Vaibu Mohan, the evening will feature songs by sixteen early-career composers or composing teams. In the spirit of works in progress, I’ll be sharing a (very new!) song from a piece in progress!
BroadwayWorld press release here, and tickets available here! Woooo!!!
We had an amazing time putting Noise on its feet for our (sold out!) reading at Emerging Artists Theatre! I’m enormously grateful for this beyond incredible team, and so proud of the work we did. Next stop: Noise‘s six-week residency at The Tank!
We start rehearsals this evening for a reading of my new musical, Noise, at Emerging Artists Theatre’s New Work Series!!! Would you believe I am beside myself?? Would you believe I will sleep 0.5 hours per night until this thing happens??
I’m so excited to be writing a song for the 2022 MuseMatch concert this March at The Greenroom 42!
Created by Bill Coyne and music directed by Nathan Dame, MuseMatch is a concert of new songs born from a series of “blind dates” between composers and performers. I’ve been tasked with writing a song for Kevin Murphy, who I’ve loved getting to know! A bit about Kevin:
As an actor, Kevin was an original company member of the First National Tour of the Tony Award winning musical, The Book of Mormon. Other credits include the Off-Broadway production of The Awesome 80’s Prom, in addition to With Glee, and The Happy Embalmer at NYMF. Kevin is the creator/star of Craig Stevens Guide to Making it On Broadway and the Bistro Award winning concert series, If It Only Even Runs a Minute, which have both played to sold out houses around NYC.
I’m so excited to see him breathe life into a song created based on our conversations! Many thanks to the MuseMatch team for the opportunity to have a hand in such a unique collaboration experience. It’s been an absolute pleasure so far, and I can’t wait to hear the other songs which are sprung from this beautiful process!