Hey, You Know What Movie Would Make a Good Musical? Plays the Zipper Oct. 13

News   Hey, You Know What Movie Would Make a Good Musical? Plays the Zipper Oct. 13
An evening of original music and comedy that satirizes "Broadway's current obsession with Hollywood" will be presented at the Zipper Theatre in Manhattan Oct. 13.
Mary Faber
Mary Faber

The concert, entitled You Know What Movie Would Make a Good Musical?, features lyrics by Ryan Bogner, who conceived the evening, music by Jason Michael Snow and additional lyrics by Mishaela Faucher. Show time is 10 PM. Among those scheduled to perform are Kate Wetherhead, Celina Carvajal, Katrina Dideriksen, Josh Franklin, Mary Faber, Maurice Murphy, Steve Rosen, Travis Nesbitt, Stephen Agosto, Jillian Giacchi and Haley Podschun with Shannon Amiry, Jenn Seracuse, Jessica Hershberg, Jordan Fife Hunt, Megan Gerlach, Nic Rouleau and Stephanie Umoh. The evening features direction by Travis Greisler and Austin Regan with music direction by Christopher D. Littlefield. The performers will be backed by the Julian Peterson Trio.

"The three writers [of Hey, You Know...]," according to press notes, "host an evening of selections from three 'original' musicals based on popular films, with much of the material preformed by Broadway veterans hand-picked because of their expertise in performing in big budget musical adaptations of movies."

The Zipper Theatre is located in Manhattan at 336 West 37th Street. For tickets visit www.thezipperfactory.com or call (212) 352-3101. For more information go to www.heyyouknowwhatproductions.com.

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