August 29, 2015

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Highlights From Now. Here. This. From the [title of show] Gang

After a developmental lab production in 2011, Now. Here. This., the new work from the creators and cast of the cult-hit, Tony-nominated Broadway musical [title of show], opens March 28 in its world premiere at Off-Broadway's Vineyard Theatre. The highly personal revue, which includes autobiographical elements from the players, uses a visit to the Museum of Natural History as a loose frame in which to focus ideas about living in the moment and embracing "more life." With a book by Hunter Bell and Susan Blackwell, and music and lyrics by Jeff Bowen, Now. Here. This. is based on their collaboration with director Michael Berresse, actress Heidi Blickenstaff, and musical director Larry Pressgrove, all of whom previously collaborated on [title of show]. For more from Hunter, Jeff, Heidi and Susan on their new collaboration, click here.








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