Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk's Party Worth Crashing Offered June 22-24 in White Plains

By Michael Gioia
June 22, 2012

Party Worth Crashing, a musical following the lives of nine twentysomethings with a score by contemporary composers Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk (The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown), is presented at the White Plains Performing Arts Center June 22-24.

Directed by Travis Greisler, the musical, featuring a story by Jason Summers, stars Garrett Bruce, Gina Gentile, Brad Greer, Gina Noto, Triona O'Callaghan, Kyle Szen, Emily Tarpey, Joe Venice and Alison Zaret. Stephen Ferri is the musical director.

Party Worth Crashing, according to WPPAC, "invites you into the hearts and minds of nine twenty-somethings as they take their first steps into the real world. In two acts set two years apart, we are guests on a cosmopolitan rooftop: the first on the eve of a college graduation and the second at an engagement party. On two wild nights where love, sex, alcohol and pain are the guests of honor, these parties will take you on a musical rollercoaster ride where the only VIPs are Generation Y-ers trying to figure out their lives before it's too late."

Party Worth Crashing is produced by Terence Osborne.

The White Plains Performing Arts Center is located at 11 City Place in White Plains, NY. For more information and tickets, visit WPPAC.com.