Constantine Maroulis and Kate Rockwell Star in Re-Conceptualized Reading of Air Supply Musical Lost In Love June 18

By Michael Gioia
June 18, 2013

Tony Award nominee Constantine Maroulis, who was recently seen in the Broadway revival of Jekyll & Hyde, and Rock of Ages' Kate Rockwell star in a private industry reading of the Air Supply musical Lost In Love June 18 at Pearl Studios in Manhattan.



The piece — which pulls its score from the catalogue of the Grammy Award-winning band Air Supply and features a book by Rock of Ages' Tony LePage and Justin Matthew Sargent — was seen in a 2012 New York City reading and has been completely re-conceptualized since that time.

Lost In Love includes a new storyline, book, arrangements and songs written by Graham Russell of Air Supply specifically for the project.

Set in the heart of New York City, Lost In Love, according to the authors, "is a comedic, modern day re-telling of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream set to the unforgettable music of Air Supply."

Joining Maroulis (The Wedding Singer, Rock of Ages) as Theodore/O and Rockwell (Bring It On, Rock of Ages) as Hannah are Jay Klaitz (Lend Me a Tenor, Rock of Ages, High Fidelity) as Edward/Nick, Sargent (Bonnie & Clyde, Rock of Ages) as Minister/Rapscallion, Jeremy Woodard (Rock of Ages, Glory Days) as Damon, Natalie Roy as Helen, Jennifer Rias (Rock of Ages) as Paulina/Laticia and Nick Cartell (Scandalous, Jesus Christ Superstar) as Xander.

Rounding out the ensemble are Charles Stevens, Brian Golub, Lana Stevens, William Blake, Wade Walton and Natalie Charle Ellis (Forbidden Broadway).

Matthew DiCarlo (Rock of Ages) directs, with Jonathan Ivie as music arranger. Lost In Love includes 16 of Air Supply's greatest hits as well as new songs written for the show.