Chick Flick the Musical to Close Off-Broadway

Off-Broadway News   Chick Flick the Musical to Close Off-Broadway
 
The new musical, now playing at the Westside Theatre, will play its final performance March 16.
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Lindsay Nicole Chambers, Carla Duren, and Sharon Catherine Brown Marc J. Franklin

Chick Flick the Musical, which officially opened March 7 at Off-Broadway's Westside Theatre, will play its final performance March 16. The show features book, music, and lyrics by Suzy Conn and follows four friends who get together to unwind, watch a movie, and play their favorite drinking game.

"Opening Chick Flick the Musical in New York has been a dream come true," says Conn. "This show has been a labor of love and I am profoundly grateful to the cast and crew for bringing my vision to life."

READ: Chick Flick The Musical Creator Suzy Conn on the Power of the Genre

Directed by David Ruttura, the cast of Chick Flick is made up of Sharon Catherine Brown (Dreamgirls, Joseph...), Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Lysistrata Jones, Legally Blonde), Carla Duren (Hairspray, 110 In The Shade), and Megan Sikora (Holiday Inn, Clueless). Sarah O'Gleby choreographs; Jillian Louis (It Shoulda Been You, Soul Doctor) and Madison Stratton (Brigadoon, Baby) are the standbys.

Chick Flick is presented by Broadway Venture Capital Fund. Richard Frankel and Joe Watson are the show's executive producers.

The Off-Broadway production features scenic design by Jason Sherwood, costume design by Suzy Benzinger, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Peter Fitzgerald, and hair, wig, and make-up design by Campbell Young Associates. Music supervision, arrangements, and orchestrations are by Frank Galgano and Matt Castle, and casting is by Jay Binder, CSA and Mark Brandon, CSA of Binder Casting.

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