Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Musical Begins Off-Broadway Run Jan. 16

News   Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Musical Begins Off-Broadway Run Jan. 16 Broadway Clubhouse and Shortened Attention Span present a limited engagement of the new musical Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Musical beginning Jan. 16 at the Players Theater in Manhattan.

Directed by Abbe Gail Gross, performances will continue through Jan. 24 at the Off-Broadway venue.

The all-teen cast includes Andrew J. Beck, Alexander Greif, Katherine Hoffmann, Lyle Colby Mackston, Melissa Rapelje, Lauren Renner, Sarah Sixt, Joe Wegmann and Jesse Zeidman, Gina Marie Bilardi, Samantha Chastain and Christopher Hlinka.

The new musical features a book and score by Michael Tester. Most Likely To, according to press notes, "sets the Drama Queens vs. the Jocks, the Glee Club vs. the Goths in a Senior Superlative Showdown, presenting the true-to-life musings of high school students labeled 'most likely to …' by classmates!" Song titles include "Emo Spelled Backwards (is Oh Me)," "I am O.C.D. Over You" and "Ode to the Drama Queen."

In a statement composer and writer Tester said, "With many theatre programs requiring prospective students to prepare age-appropriate pieces, and most public school administrations wary of the very material their pupils have a passion for, young artists are often caught between the First Amendment and The Drama Police. Most Likely To seeks to bridge that gap with a playful musical for the teenager in all of us."

Musical director is John P. Farrell; production manager is Michael Sheehy; stage manager is Laura Jane Collins. The Players Theater is located in Manhattan at 115 MacDougal Street. For tickets, priced $15 (students with I.D.) and $25, call (212) 352-3101.

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