Composer • Lyricist • Teaching Artist
Each week, David Sisco and Laura Josepher introduce you to contemporary musical theatre songs you’ve never heard before, and talk to the writers about how they created them. The Moon and the Sea will be featured again May 1. Tune in!
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Bloomington Playwrights Project is producing the world premier of Lost Letters, the new musical I've been working on with my old friend, playwright Jonathan Karpinos. What started out as a nice pet project has grown into a really beautiful work that I am so proud of! December 6-21 in Bloomington; tickets and more info here!
If you happen to find yourself in Osaka or Kyoto this fall (Sept 2019), make sure to catch the Asian premier of Factory Girls! I am so psyched that Amuse is producing this show (and translating it into Japanese); obrigato, Amuse! Konnichiwa, Japan! Get tickets and peruse their amazing site: http://musical-fg.com/
The Rise Up Singing spring concert will happen May 21, 2019 at STEM Prep High School at 4:30pm--all 150 5th-8th graders have been working their tails off and are ready to share their songs! Rise Up Singing is a new music program focusing on the passion and protest in American music at STEM Prep Academy in Nashville, TN. Free admission!
Come support high schoolers from across the state at the Jimmy Awards, an awards show modeled after the Tonys. I'll be playing and presenting an award.
Check out the tune here, along with some awesome songs by other new musical theater writers. If you're someone who's always looking for new musical theater songs to sing for auditions or with your students, etc, ContemporaryMusicalTheatre.com is the spot...
The Meeting at NAMT's Songwriter Showcase, performed by Alison Cusano & Ayesu Lartey
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