The CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED Broadway Musical
Presented by Mike & Andrea Scholz, Henson & Susan orser, and Michael Snow
“genial, unpretentious, and far funnier that many of the more expensively manufactured musicals that make it to Broadway these days.”
-The New York Times
Jeff and Hunter, two struggling writers, hear about a new musical theatre festival. However, the deadline for submissions is a mere three weeks away. With nothing to lose, the pair decides to try to create something new with their friends Susan and Heidi. [title of show] – taken from the space on the festival’s application form which asks for the [title of show] – follows Hunter and Jeff and their friends on their journey through the gauntlet of creative self-expression.
George Salazar (Hunter)
Broadway: Godspell (Circle in the Square). Nat’l tour: Spring Awakening (Second National). Off-Bway: The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical (Drama Desk nom.); tick, tick… BOOM! (Keen Company) Here Lies Love (Public Theater); F#%king Up Everything (Elektra Theatre). Regional: Raging Skillet (Theaterworks Hartford); Broadway Bounty Hunter (Barrington Stage Company); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee(Bucks County Playhouse); Be More Chill (Two River Theater). TV: “BULL” (CBS); Divorce” (HBO). Cast recordings: Godspell; Be More Chill; Brooklyn Crush; Moment by Moment. For more info, visit www.thegeorgesalazar.com
BB Arrington (Heidi)
Favorite credits include Radio City Christmas Spectacular (singer), Memphis the Musical (Felicia), and Dreamgirls (Michelle). Proud graduate of Barnard College of Columbia University, BA in Ethnomusicology. @bb.arrington
Rachel Wenitsky (Susan)
Rachel Wenitsky is a New York based actor, writer and comedian. She is a writer and associate editor at Reductress, host of Reductress’s podcast Mouth Time! and head writer of the Story Pirates podcast with Gimlet media. She performs musical sketch comedy with Pop Roulette (UCB) and is one half of the comedy folk duo Friends Who Folk. Recent theatre credits include Song For a Future Generation and Big Bend In the Red Dirt Dessert, both at the Williamstown Theatre festival. TV/Film credits include: The Good Fight and Elementary.
Ned Riseley (Jeff)
Ned Riseley has often appeared on stage at the Williamstown Theatre Festival as well as performances on New York stages including the world premiere of The Mysteries at The Flea Theater. Television and film credits include Good Friday, Webseries, and The Pioneers.
Sharon Kenny is a composer and lyricist. She was the composer/lyricist to the new musical Mrs. Hughes and is currently at work on the musical In Vain. Her own music has garnered nearly 10 million views on YouTube.
Danny Sharron is a New York City based director with a focus on developing new work. He has worked at Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Public Theater, Manhattan Theatre Club, and New York Theatre Workshop, among others, and is the Artistic Director of Brooklyn-Based UglyRhino Productions.
Assistant Director/Assistant Stage Manager
The WMPAC 2018 Production of [title of show] is made possible through an arrangement with Rodgers & Hammerstein.