Late Composer of Hit Fringe Musical Lost Saluted June 10-12

News   Late Composer of Hit Fringe Musical Lost Saluted June 10-12
Jessica Grace Wing, the composer who tragically died just days before her chamber musical Lost premiered at the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival, will be remembered June 10-13 at "Grace Notes," a musical tribute to her work.

The event will take place on three successive nights at Center Stage, 48 W. 21st St. Dozens of actors and musicians will take part, performing the music Wing wrote over the years for her troupe, the Inverse Theatre Company. These include scores for Kirk Wood Bromley's plays Midnight Brainwash Revival, The Death of Don Flagrante Delicto, The Burnt Woman of Harvard, and Lost, for which Bromley wrote the libretto, as well as a trip-hop score for Twelfth Night and other selections. In all, 21 of Jessica's original songs will be performed. Lost, a modern retelling of the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale set in the Great Smoky Mountains, won Best of the New York International Fringe Festival. Wing worked on the project for more than two years. She completed the final composition just days before dying of colon cancer on July 19, 2003. She was 31.

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