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The LIKE YOU LIKE IT Studio Cast Album
We have a most excellent opportunity: Broadway Records, the Grammy-nominated label that's released cast albums such as Matilda and concert albums from such stars as Patti LuPone, will release a studio cast album of Like You Like It!
On May 4 (the 30th anniversary of John Hughes’ classic movie Sixteen Candles), we launched a crowd-funding campaign to raise funds for the album. Please consider supporting us - you can receive some totally rad rewards.
Check out the article about the campaign on Redisover the ’80s.
Everybody's Got A Small Town Story
And This Is Our Demo Recording of It
After a thrilling week and awesome reading in Seattle in the Festival of New Musicals at the Village Theatre in Issaquah, we returned to our New York cast and banded together a mighty team of actors to record and fully orchestrated demo of Small Town Story.
The show is a New York Theatre Barn commission about two families in a North Texas town who struggle with a community battle ignited by a high school production of RENT. We have been floored at the comments we get from viewers across all generations about how the show both entertains them and challenges their beliefs in terms of the show's themes of tolerance and communication. It really seems to be hitting a nerve, especially these days when high school productions of many shows come under fire.
Structure! The Musical Rides Again
Experience how classic screenplay story structure can help us create better musicals.
What do Mrs. Lovett and Darth Vader have in common? In this class/performance/ Q&A by award-winning librettist, screenwriter, and NYMF alumnus Sammy Buck, learn how classic screenplay structure from a variety of movies translates into memorable characters, song moments, and stories of musical theatre greats – old, new, and yet-to-be.
**This seminar is not affiliated with or endorsed by Lucasfilms, The Walt Disney Company or the Galactic Empire.
Originally presented at the 2013 New York Musical Theatre Festval.