New Musicals Born Before Your Very Eyes And Ears

April 30, 2018: MUSI-CAL

The Foundation for New American Musicals presents an evening of new music from new musicals on Tuesday 4/30/18 @ 8pm. Hosted by Richie Ferris and produced by Linda Shusett.

ROCKWELL TABLE & STAGE
1714 N. Vermont Avenue 90027
Los Feliz Village

LONDON UNDONE

is the story of the first sexual revolution in England. Based on real people and events, it is a dramatic and provocative story of survival, personal freedom, murder and love. During the Blitz of WWII (267 days and nights of continuous bombing) the people of London found themselves not only on the brink of the collapse of the British Empire but also in the midst of unheralded social change. It was a time when everyone was convinced there was a bomb with their name on it, compelling them to cast aside traditional rules and morals and live like there was no tomorrow. A time when the police, busy with far more serious matters, allowed London’s most popular nightclub, Café de Paris, to become the place to carouse with prostitutes, drink bootleg liquor and experiment with drugs-all in effort to help you forget you were going to die.

Book, Music & Lyrics by Scooter Pietsch

La LLORONA

is a phantasmagorical musical adapted from a classic early 20th century Mexican ghost story. A tale of love and vengeance, combined with strange stories passed down from the author’s Mexican-Indian ancestors. 

Book, Music, & Lyrics by Celeste Moreno

 


The Bully Problem

Fourteen-year-old tech whiz Kevin Dijkstra just wants to be left alone to build robots, but the bullies at Van Der Bort Junior High are making that tough. Things chance when Kevin inherits an android that seems to need his help as much as vice versa. Before long, Kevin is caught in the middle of a struggle between bullies and smart kids. The future of the school hangs in the balance!

Book, Music, & Lyrics by Michael Gordon Shapiro

 


Tabletop

Invites you to climb inside the minds of five avid gamers as they meet up at their local game shop once a week seeking a reprieve from life’s harsh realities. With seamless transitions we witness the lines between fantasy and reality blur. Hordes of goblins, the rising undead, or their own inner demons-who’s the enemy they’re truly fighting? “Tabletop” begs a simple questions: are we seeking innocent entertainment, or an unhealthy coping mechanism?

Music and Book by Chad Sundman

Book and Lyrics by Race Benaglio

 


 

A preview of our upcoming Aug. 5th MUSI-CAL, a song from the new musical: 

Bravura

Invites you to climb inside the minds of five avid gamers as they meet up at their local game shop once a week seeking a reprieve from life’s harsh realities. With seamless transitions we witness the lines between fantasy and reality blur. Hordes of goblins, the rising undead, or their own inner demons-who’s the enemy they’re truly fighting? “Tabletop” begs a simple questions: are we seeking innocent entertainment, or an unhealthy coping mechanism?

Music, Lyrics and Arrangements by

The Sam & Tony Show (Sam Johnides & Tony Gonzalez)


 

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