Danny Bolero, Mel Johnson Jr., Beth McVey, Tim Young, Anita Welch and EJ Zimmerman Will Get Stuck at NYMF

News   Danny Bolero, Mel Johnson Jr., Beth McVey, Tim Young, Anita Welch and EJ Zimmerman Will Get Stuck at NYMF
Riley Thomas' Stuck, about six strangers confined on the subway, will be presented as part of the 2012 New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) beginning July 13 at the 45th Street Theatre.

Michael Berry (I Come For Love at NYMF) will direct the production, which includes Danny Bolero (In The Heights), Mel Johnson, Jr. (The Lion King The Rink), Beth McVey (42nd Street, Beauty and the Beast), Anita Welch (Avenue Q national tour), Tim Young (Next to Normal) and EJ Zimmerman (Avenue Q national tour). Performances will continue through July 22.

Here's how the show is billed: "Moving on is never easy, as six strangers discover when trapped between stations on the subway. As tension builds, colorful characters clash as they recognize pieces of themselves emerging in one another. With book, music and lyrics by Riley Thomas, this poignant and tuneful contemporary musical takes audiences on a humorous and heartfelt ride as it explores exactly what it means to be Stuck."

Other members of the creative team include musical director Joshua Steven Kartes, scenic and lighting designer David S. Goldstein, costume designer Stephanie Alegado and general manager Zachary Laks.

Stuck had its world premiere at Chicago's La Costa Theater in 2008. A developmental presentation was subsequently produced at New York's Metropolitan Room.

Now in its ninth year, the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), which provides a launching pad for the next generation of musicals, is the largest annual musical theatre event in America. The 45th Street Theatre is located at 354 West 45th Street. For tickets call (212) 352-3101 or visit NYMF.org. For more information, visit NYMF.org/Stuck.

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