The 6:30 PM performance boasts the talents of Jill Abramovitz (Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me), Victor Hawks (South Pacific), Craig Fols (Musical of Musicals, The Musical), Jenifer Foote (A Chorus Line), Jamie Laverdiere (The Producers), Kevin Pariseau (Legally Blonde) and Steve Routman (George Abbott's Broadway).
Room 16, described as a "new musical about the unlikely friendship behind the most famous burglary of the 20th Century," was written by Stephen Sislen and Ben H. Winters, who also penned Slut, the Musical. Their new Watergate-themed work, concerning conservative operative G. Gordon Liddy and C.I.A. agent Howard Hunt, was developed at the BMI-Lehman Musical Theatre Workshop.
The Snapple Theatre is located in Manhattan at 210 West 50th Street. Admission is $10 for the 55-minute performance. For reservations call (212) 989-6706 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musical Monday's spring season will conclude May 19 with Talk to the Dead, the "true story of Kate and Maggie Fox, 12 and 14 year-old sisters, whose prank convinced their parents that there were ghosts in their house and the movement of spiritualism was born." Sandie Rosa and Jennifer Bowles will star in the musical penned by Patrick Cook and Frederick Freyer.