August 29th 2:00pm • August 30th 1:00pm 
Open Jar Studios – Room 12J 
(1601 Broadway – 11th Floor)

 
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The Amas Musical Theatre Lab

in association with Timeless Stage & Screen

presents

MOZART: HER STORY - The New Musical

Book and Lyrics by TEGAN SUMMER

Music and additional Lyrics by GREGORY NABOURS

 

featuring

Kennedy Caughell   Justin Matthew Sargent    Robert Cuccioli    Angel Reda    

Lana Gordon   John Cariani    Jonathan Mousset    Nik Walker     N’Kenge

with

Corey Mach   Grace Field    Ambrose Martos   Ashley Fuller   Amber Ardolino

Bethaney Wellings-Davies   Jessica Jaunich   Tess Primack

 

Stage Manager Jeff Brancato

Directed by KELLY DEVINE

BY INVITATION ONLY
 

August 22nd 6:00pm August 23rd 2:00pm & 7:00pm
Theatre Row Theatre 2

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Book and Music Cheeyang Ng
Book and Lyrics Eric Sorrels
with
Meetu ChilanaMax ChlumeckyGeorge Dvorsky •
Deven Kolluri • Yamuna Meleth • SEVAN • Kuhoo Verma

 

Press Richard Hillman PR Casting Michael Cassara Casting
Stage Manager Christine Viega   Movement Consultant Ruj Vaidya

Music Director Mona Seyed-Bolorforosh
Directed by Arpita Mukherjee

Set in the time of Gandhi’s non-violent Independence Movement and the waning British Raj,

Māyā tells the story of a female poet’s awakening to the fight for sovereignty.

Winner of the 2020 Eric H. Weinberger Emerging Librettist Award •  Sponsored by Kermitt Brooks, and Steve Sagman, the Dramatist Guild and

the Frank Young Fund for New Musicals, a program of National Alliance for Musical Theatre

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Monday, June 13 7:00 pm

Theater 555 555 West 42nd Street

 

The Amas Song Salon presents

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Orson Welles called her "the most exciting woman in the world." But in 1968, she was blacklisted after "making the First Lady cry." I Wanna Be Evil chronicles the iconic Eartha Kitt from a destitute childhood
to a storied career in the theatre and Hollywood. 

with
Darrell Philip

written by Jenelle Lynn Randall

music director Darnell White
directed by Yvans Jourdain

Sponsored by Sharleen Cooper Cohen

APRIL 11  &   APRIL 12

 
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Winner of the 2021 Eric H. Weinberger Emerging Librettist Award

book and lyrics by Gabe Caruso  music by Sangwoo Lee

 Music Director Andrew Shield

Production Assistant Tatiana Danielle Mirabent 

Stage Manager Benjamin A. Vigil

with

Gabe Caruso  Danish Farooqui  Alyssa Gomez  Lauren Hooper  Curtis Wiley 

directed by

Christopher Scott

Mark is 17 years old and a product of the darker side of the American foster care system. Aging out of the system, he moves in with his best friend Lily, and her father. As Mark adjusts to real family life, this hip hop musical explores the concept of family and coming to terms with the hidden secrets that separate and bind them.

Sponsored by Ben Gadon, Marvin Kahan, and Steve Sagman