Wild Party with B-Side Productions, Sep 6-17

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Tickets for “Wild Party” (SEPTEMBER 6 – 17 ONLY) available here:

https://www.artful.ly/store/events/9562

Joanna is thrilled to be playing the part of Madelaine True in Michael John LaChiusa’s “Wild Party”, directed by Billy Bustamante, with a stellar cast and gorgeous score. And tickets will sell out for this limited run at the intimate Barrow Street Theatre (312 West 36th Street), so buy yours early and often at the link above.

Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe’s gripping Tony-nominated musical, based on the scandalous 1928 poem of the same name by Joseph Moncure, follows the story of a reckless relationship between a Vaudeville clown and a chorine that spirals into the depths of despair as the night unfolds. The gin and jazz are flowing and no one is exactly what they seem.

the creative team

Music & Lyrics – Michael John LaChiusa

Book – George C. Wolfe and Michael John LaChiusa

Director – Billy Bustamante

Music Director – Addison Frei

Associate Director – Sarah Beth Pfeifer

the cast

Queenie – Jamey Hood

Burrs – Denis Lambert

Black – Ben Maters

Kate – Lauren Hooper

Gold – Greg Carter

Goldberg – Garth Kravits

Delores Montoya – Joan Barber

Madelaine True – Joanna Parson

Oscar D’Armano – Christopher George Patterson

Phil D’Armano – Kyle Garvin

Nadine – Sarah Smithton

Mae – Jodi Bluestein

Eddie Mackerel – Kyle Carter

Sally – Adrienne Tang

Jackie – Sam Edgerly

 

New pics from Nadia Quinn Photography

Well, we’re having fun now! Nadia Quinn (http://www.nadiaquinnphotography.com/) does beautiful things with color and light. Oh, and hey, I cut my hair a little bit.

Match the picture to the nickname!: Army Girl, Nature Lover, Friendly Professional, Helpful Doctor, and  Hey I’m Joanna.

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NY Theatre Barn, May 18 – New Works Series, music of Nadav Wiesel

Joanna is excited to perform in the NY Theatre Barn’s

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5.18.15

Monthly Pre-Premieres of New Musicals

The core of Theatre Barn’s new work development process is the New Works Series which includes monthly pre-premieres of new musicals by primarily emerging writers.  The series is now in its 8th season at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

MAY 18

DARYL ROTH THEATRE | D-Lounge

101 East 15th St.

7:30 PM

THE HAUNTED HOTEL

Selections from the Gothic Chamber Musical

Book and Lyrics by Joanne Sydney Lessner

Music and Lyrics by Joshua Rosenblum (Bush is Bad)

Based on the novella “The Haunted Hotel” by Wilkie Collins

Assistant Director Robert Phillip Smith

Musical Direction by Joshua Rosenblum (Miss Saigon, The Grinch)

Directed by Joe Barros (Gigi)

Featuring

Michael Yeshion

Tiffan Borelli

Amanda Ferguson

Ryan Bauer-Walsh (Billy Elliot)

Madeleine Botteri

Babs Rubenstein (Priscilla Queen of the Desert)

Thalia Thiesfeld

The Haunted Hotel, a delicious new musical in the spirit of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder and The Mystery of Edwin Drood, was commissioned by Arlington, VA’s Tony Award-winning Signature Theatre as part of the American Musical Voices Project: The Next Generation. The project was made possible by a generous grant from The Ted and Mary Jo Shen Charitable Gift Fund.

THE FEMME FATALE SHOW

Selections from the New Musical

Music + Lyrics by Nadav Wiesel

Musical Direction by Daniel Rein

Featuring

Carolyn Montgomery Forant

Vanessa Dunleavy

Jen Eden

Yadin Goldman

Gerianne Pérez

Joanna Parson

Sarah Dacey Charles

Featuring the talents of Eve, Helen of Troy, Pandora and Anna Nicole Smith, among other notorious women of mythic proportions. These wicked girls share their stories from their own perspectives and shed new light on the myths they have inspired. Also featuring songs from Wiesel’s other recent and upcoming projects.

To pal around with B-side Productions…

… is a joy and a privilege. Note– I almost called this post “Paling around with B-side” and then I got into a neurotic spelling fit. Palling? Pal’ing? Nothing looks right. Pivot.

To the matter at hand. I’m delighted to get invited from time to time to participate in casual read-throughs of secret projects with groups like B-Side Productions (like I’m doing later this week). In the meantime, you should check out B-Side Productions, their vision, and their upcoming production of A Man of No Importance. Or their New American Musical Award. Or their witty, useful, and on point hashtag, #artistsforartists. You may recognize associate artist Liz Asti from your favorite female a cappella feminist shout-out trio…  You’ll get to know the others.

And soon you’ll be pal-ing around. (Pal ling? Oh, forget it.)

 

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