Produced by the LGBT Center and NealB.tv, the evening features direction by Johanna Pinzler. The cast includes E. Clayton Cornelious (The Scottsboro Boys, Wonderland), Raymond J. Lee (Anything Goes), Sheri Sanders (Rock The Audition) and LaQuet Sharnell (Lysistrata Jones, Memphis).
William Demaniow serves as musical director with Maria Pendolino as stage manager.
Daybreak, according to press notes, "...tells the story of the troubled relationship of Dylan Ryan, a 40-year-old painter and his wife Rebecca, a nearing 40s housewife who hides behind her humor. The issue with their marriage? Dylan likes to sleep with men on 'the down low.' As the couple moves into Dyaln's childhood home in San Francisco, the story of Dylan's parents unfold as the memories haunt the old house."
Cronin wrote the words and music for Daybreak, which is slated for a UK production in spring 2012, and is a finalist in the 8th Annual NJ Playwrights Contest. He is the composer/lyricist and co-book writer (with Alicia Dempster) of the Broadway-aimed rock musical W2ML (Welcome to My Life), and composer/lyricist of 'Til Death Do Us Part with book writer Allen Mogol.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center is located in Manhattan at 208 West 13th Street. For more information and tickets, visit https://mycenter.gaycenter.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=228.