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News Utah's Crying: A Rock Opera Gives Public NYC Reading March 15 & 16 A public reading of Darryl Costello’s new rock opera Utah’s Crying will be presented March 15 & 16 at Abingdon Theatre Company’s June Havoc Theatre (312 West 36th Street, 1st Floor).
Ryan Link
Ryan Link

Directed by Matthew Hamel, the story centers around a young musician’s struggle to be heard amidst the world of pre-packaged music and moving through his younger years alongside his best friend, Annabelle, who encounters struggles of her own. The cast includes Ryan Link (from Broadway’s Rent, soon to be seen in “The Bedford Diaries” on The WB) as Utah and Veronica Reyes (national tours of Rent and Footloose) as his best friend, Annabelle. Also featured are: Lynnette Marrero, Casey Gensler, Chris Fuller, Charlie Parker, Derek Travis Collard, Phillip Paul Kelly, Rachel Brennan, Gerard Salvador, Joe Kokofsky, Josie Andrewsand others to be announced. Joe Kinosian will serve as musical director.

A limited number of tickets will be available for the two performances. For ticket information, please contact Dan Mittelman at [email protected]

For more information on the show, visit www.utahscrying.com. Two song tracks are also available for listening at the website. Hard Count Productions, a working collaboration of Darryl Costello and Dan Mittelman, is based in Toronto, Ontario and has been developing the work for over three years.

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