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Soundview Summer will be part of the Tongues Reading Series at the Cherry Lane on December 9th at 2 PM!
Join us for a reading of Soundview Summer on Tuesday December 9th at 2:00PM. It will be held as part of the Tongues: Cherry Lane Reading Series at the Cherry Lane Studio Theatre (38 Commerce Street). It is free, but you will need to RSVP to email@example.com.
2014 MITF AWARDS Nominees are…
Outstanding Direction of a Full-Length Musical
Jamibeth Margolis, Eddie & the Palaceades
Lexie Fennell Frare, New Dawn
Omar Hansen, Bielzy & Gottfried
Christopher Noffke, Warp Speed: A Sci Fi Parody Musical
Ludovica Villar-Hauser, This Will All Be Yours
Outstanding Direction of a Staged Reading (Play or Musical)
Old Men Are Full Of Sh*t
To Win a Crown of Thorns
Your Name On My Lips
This Will All Be Yours was nominated for 9 awards including best full-length musical. Soundview Summer was nominated for 3 including Outstanding Production of a Staged Reading (Play or Musical).
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Introducing (most of ) the team for THIS WILL ALL BE YOURS!
From left to right: Peter Fogel (Assistant Set and Costume Designer), Ludovica Villar-Hauser (Director), Meganne George (Set and Costume Design), Teresa Lotz (Producing Associate), Amy Duran (Music Director), Allyson Namishia (Assistant Stage Manager), Matt Farcher* (Glen), Daniel Rowan* (Scott), Kelly Rose Baker* (Kelly), Charles Bloom (composer), Jessica Kitrick (Crew), Laura Pedersen (Playwright), Amy Griffin* (Paula), Alex Harrity* (Production Assistant), Josh Powell* (Adam), Carmen Torres* (Crew), Traci Klainer Polimeni (Lighting Design), Kelley Shih (Assistant Lighting Designer), Trevor St. John-Gilbert* (Jackson), Cathy Venable (Synth Player)
*Actors are members of Actor’s Equity. Photo by John Quilty.
A staged reading of SOUNDVIEW SUMMER by Kate Gill and directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser will take place on July 31st at 3:00PM at the June Havoc Theatre (312 West 36th St. NY, NY). This event is FREE with an RSVP.
Billy and Jack thought it was a good-paying summer job. Now years later, both men are sick. They deal in their own ways with what happened after “cleaning” the Soundview Nuclear Power Plant. Jack seeks justice but Billy inexplicably ignores the reason for his illness. The cause of Billy’s reluctance emerges in a series of flashbacks to that summer as pressure mounts from Jack’s media campaign. LEARN MORE
We are in rehearsals for This Will All Be Yours. Check out these great rehearsal shots by our
production photographer, John Quilty!