Tony nominee Constantine Maroulis (Rock of Ages) and two-time Tony nominee Alison Fraser (The Secret Garden) will lead a concert presentation of the new musical Outlaws as part of The Score musical theatre podcast. The show, which will be recorded live at Le Poisson Rouge October 24 at 7 PM and 9:30 PM, marks its first full, public presentation in New York following developments at Goodspeed, the ASCAP Workshop and the Dramatists Guild Fellowship.
Outlaws features music and lyrics by Alexander Sage Oyen and a book by James Presson. With an Americana score, the new show is billed as a “historical fiction” about real-life American outlaw brothers Jesse and Frank James, who were dissatisfied with the government and took matters in their own hands by robbing banks and killing anyone who got in their way.
Joining Maroulis and Fraser for the concert will be Jeremy Morse (Waitress), Michael McCorry Rose (Wicked), Kacie Sheik (Hair), Eric William Morris (Mamma Mia!), Andy Taylor (Once), Will Carlyon (Cabaret) and Sean Patrick Monahan (Diva).
The cast also includes Drew Arisco, Jordan Ford, Rachel B. Joyce, Jessica Kahkoska, Monet Sabel, RJ Vaillancourt and Elanna White.
“Outlaws is the story of a bitterly divided America and the demagogues who try to save it,” state production notes. The concert will be produced by Jenna Grossano and will feature musical direction by Luke McGinnis.
The band includes Elena Bonomo, Sarah Haines, Ally Jenkins, Kristine Kruta, Chris Langhans, Luke McGinnis, Cynthia Meng and Evan Tyor. The evening will be stage-managed by Trey Johnson.