Directed by Richard J. Hinds, the readings will be held Nov. 5 at 6 PM and Nov. 6 at noon at the West 26th Street venue. The cast includes Brian Charles Rooney as the Sorceress, Adam Pellegrine as Prince Hector/Muscle-Man, Ginamaria Trello as Skeleton Man, Jalynn Yvonne Steele as Shaniqua, Richard Binder as Man With 4 Arms, Steven C. Rich as King Crusty/Harry and Sarah Bolt as Queen Butt/Evil Annie with Briana Carlson-Goodman, Andrea Dore, Kelley Faulkner and Dustienne Miller as the Greek Chorus. Muscle-Man was penned by Richard J. Hinds and Ginamaria Trello. The musical, according to press notes, is described as such: "Evil lurks in the mythical land of Queerternia, a peaceful territory full of glitter and dreams. Skeleton Man is on a rampage, terrorizing citizens. No one can stop him… until Sorceress grants Prince Hector special powers, transforming him from a puny weakling, into a heroic, powerful Muscle-Man. As Skeleton Man and Muscle-Man battle to rule Queerternia, they realize there is a thin line between love and hate. Can two sworn enemies find happiness in the sculpted arms of one another? Is peace possible for Queerternia?"
The creative team for the musical, which is billed as "a hilarious and thrilling satire of the fantastic worlds of our youth," also includes Albin Konopka (music supervisor), Rachel Coffman (musical director) and Walter Shepherd (stage manager).
For ticket reservations, contact Duane McKee at MmvsSK@mohalk.com or call (646) 452-9977. Chelsea Studios is located in Manhattan at Chelsea Studios 151 West 26th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.