PRODUCTION HISTORY

1970s

Bubbling Brown Sugar: 1973-1976
conceived by Rosetta LeNoire;

book by Loften Mitchell;

choreographed by Fred Benjamin;

directed by Robert M. Cooper
+ Broadway Commercial Transfer

 

Reminiscing with Sissie and Blake: 1973-1976
conceived by Rosetta LeNoire;

book by Louis Johnson;

music and lyrics by Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle;

directed and choreographed by Louis Johnson

 

Come Laugh and Cry with Langston Hughes: 1976-1977
an original musical revue

choreographed by Eugene Little;

directed by Rosetta LeNoire

 

Save the Seeds, Darling: 1976-1977
book by Helen Powers;

music by Bill Brohn;

directed by Arthur Whitelaw

 

Bojangles!: 1976-1977
book by Norman Mitgang;

music from the repertoire of Bill Robinson;

choreographed by Frank Hatchett;

directed by Ira Cirker

 

Ragtime Blues: 1976-1977
book and lyrics by Mitch Douglas;

music by Scott Joplin;

choreography by Dennis Karr;

directed by Jay Binder

 

Boston, Boston: 1977-1978
book by William M. Maher;

music by Bill Brohn;

lyrics by Mr. Brohn and Mr. Maher;

directed and choreographed

by Mr. Maher

 

Adam, The Life of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: 1977-1978
book by June Ahlert;

music and lyrics by Richard Ahlert

 

Beowulf: 1977-1978
book and lyrics by Betty Jane Rylie;

music by Victor Davies;

directed and choreographed

by Voigt Kempson

 

Suddenly the Music Starts: 1978-1979
a musical revue by Johnny Brandon;

choreographed by Henry Le Tang;

musical staging by Mr. Le Tang and Lucia Victor

 

It's So Nice to Be Civilized: 1978-1979
book, music and lyrics by Micki Grant;

choreographed by Fred Benjamin;

directed by Jeffrey Dunn

 

Helen: 1978-1979
book by Lucia Victor;

music and lyrics by Johnny Brandon;

directed by Lucia Victor

 

Sparrow in Flight, The Story of Ethel Waters: 1978-1979
conceived by Rosetta LeNoire;

book by Charles Fuller;

choreographed by Bernard Johnson;

directed by Dean Irby

 

Mama I Want to Sing: 1979-1980
book and lyrics by Vy Higginsen;

lyrics and additional story by Ken Wydro;

music by Richard Tee;

directed by Duane L. Jones
+ Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer

 

Jam, A Jazz Odyssey: 1979-1980
book by Johnny Greeted;

choreographed by Dennis J. Shearer;

directed by William Mooney

 

Dunbar: 1979-1980
adapted by Ayanna;

lyrics by Lonnie Hewitt and Paul Lawrence Dunbar;

music by Paul Tilman Smith and Quitman Flood, III;

directed by Ron Stacker Thompson

 

Before the Flood: 1979-1980
book by Rudy Gray;

lyrics by Paul Piteo,

music by David Blake;

choreographed by Mabel Robinson;

directed by Billie Allen

 

And Still I Rise: 1979-1980
book and lyrics by Maya Angelou;

music by Lalo Schifrin;

directed by Maya Angelou

1980s

Will They Ever Love Us on Broadway?: 1980-1981
book, music and lyrics by Osayande Baruti;

directed and choreographed by Mable Robinson

 

Mo' Tea Miss Ann?: 1980-1981
book and lyrics by Bebe Coker;

music by Leander Morris;

directed and choreographed by Denny Shearer

 

A Local Dilemma: 1980-1981
book by Frederick MacKinnon;

lyrics by Alan Baboff;

music by Fred Lederman

 

Langston Speaks: 1980-1981
an original revue based on the work of Langston Hughes; directed by Bob Brooker

 

Louisiana Summer: 1981-1982
book and lyrics by Robert and Bradely Wexler;

music by Rocky Stone;

choreographed by Eiko Yamaguchi;

directed by Robert Stark

 

The Winds of Change: 1980-1981
book by Franklin Tramutola;

lyrics by Gary Romero;

music by Joseph D'Agostino;

choreographed by Robin Reseen;

directed by William Michael Maher

 

The Crystal Tree: 1980-1981
book and lyrics by Doris Julian;

music by Luther Henderson;

directed by Billie Allen

 

Five Points: 1981-1982
book by Laurence Holder;

music and lyrics by John Braden;

directed by William Michael Maher

 

Opening Night: 1981-1982
book, music and lyrics by Corliss Taylor-Dunn

and Sandra Reaves Phillips;

choreographed by Mabel Robinson,

directed by William Michael Maher

 

Miss Walters to You: 1983-1984
book by Loften Mitchell;

based on a concept by Rosetta LeNoire;

directed by Billie Allen

 

The Buck Stops Here: 1983-1984
book by Norman J. Fedder;

conception, music and lyrics by Richard A. Lippman; choreographed by Tim Mellett;

directed by Regge Life

 

Sing Me Sunshine: 1983-1984

book by Robert E. Richardson and Johnny Brandon; music and lyrics by Mr. Brandon; choreographed by Henry Le Tang; directed by Jack Timmers

 
Blackberries: 1983-1984

conceived and written by Joseph George Caruso; sketches by Billy K. Wells; additional material by André DeShields; choreographed and directed Mr. DeShields

 

Anonymous: 1984-1985
book, music and lyrics by Vincenzo Stornaiuolo;

directed by Mr. Stornaiuolo

 

Northern Boulevard: 1984-1985
book by Kevin Brofsky;

music and lyrics by Carleton Carpenter;

choreographed by Dennis Dennehy;

directed by William Martin

 

Manhattan Serenade: 1984-1985
a musical revue based on the music of Louis Alter;

written by Karen Kottrell and Alfred Heller;

compiled and arranged by Mr. Heller;

directed and choreographed by Bob Rizzo

 

Bingo: 1985-1986
based on "The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars and Motor Kings" by William Brashler;

book by Ossie Davis and Hy Gilbert;

lyrics by Mr. Gilbert;

music by George Fischoff;

choreography by Henry LeTang;

directed by Ossie Davis

 

The Peanut Man: 1985-1986
book by Melvin Hasman;

musical arrangements by William Greg Hunter;

choreographed by Andy Torres;

directed by Regge Life

 

La Belle Helene: 1985-1986
book by John Fearley; adapted from A. Herbert's "Helen";

lyrics by David Baker;

music by Jacques Offenbach;

choreographed by J. Randall Hugill;

directed by John Fearnley

  

Sh-Boom: 1985-1986
book and lyrics by Eric V. Talt, Jr.,

music by Willex Brown, Jr. and Mr. Tait;

choreographed by Audrey Tischler;

directed by Stuart Warmflash

 

Hot Sake with A Pinch of Salt: 1986-1987
based on "A Majority of One" by Leonard Spigelgass;

book and lyrics by Carol Baker and Lana Stein;

music by Jerome I. Goldstein;

choreographed by Audrey Tischler;

directed by Bill Martin

 

Dazy: 1986-1987
book by Allen Knee;

lyrics and concept by Norman Simon;

music by Lowell E. Mark;

directed by Philip Rose

 

Prime Time: 1986-1987
book by R.A. Shiomi;

music and lyrics by Johnny Brandon;

directed by Marvin Gordon

 

Conrack: 1987-1988
based on "The Water is Wide" by Pat Conroy;

book by Granville Burgess with Anne Croswell

and Lee Pockriss;

lyrics by Ms. Croswell;

music by Mr. Pockriss;

directed by Stuart Ross

 

Struttin': 1987-1988'
book, music and lyrics by Lee Chamberlain;

directed by Mr. Chamberlain
*Audelco Award - Outstanding Musical Production 

 

Robin's Band: 1987-1988
book by Antony Abeson and Jerry Eskow;

music and lyrics by Maija Kupris;

directed by Anthony Abeson

 

Paris '31: 1988-1989
book by John Fearnley; music and lyrics by Cole Porter; choreographed by Robert Longbottom;

directed by John Fearnley

 

Prizes: 1988-1989
book by Raffi Pehlivanian;

music and lyrics by Charles DeForest and Lee Minskoff; choreographed by Margo Sappington;

directed by Lee Minskoff

 

Blackamoor: 1988-1989
based on "I, Juan de Pareja" by Elisabeth Borton de Trevino; book by Joseph George Caruso;

lyrics by Helen Kromer;

music by Ulpio Minucci;

directed by Kent Paul

 

Step Into My World: 1989-1990
a music revue tracing the career of Micki Grant;
music and lyrics by Micki Grant; choreographed by Jeffrey Dobbs; directed by Ronald G. Russo

 

Capitol Cakewalk: 1989-1990
book by Elmire Kline with Perry Arthur Koreger, l

yrics by Lou Carter,

music by Terry Waldo;

choreographed by Welsey Fata,

directed by Tom O'Horgan

NY Outer Critics Circle Award

1990s

Juba: 1990-1991
book and lyrics by Wendy Lamb;

music by Russel Walden;

choreographed by Mercedes Ellington;

directed by Sheldon Epps

Richard Rodgers Production Award

Mainstage Production

 

Junkyard: 1991-1992
book by Manuel Mandel and Michael Sahl;

lyrics by Mr. Mandel; music by Mr. Sahl;

musical co-staging by Barry Finkel;

directed by Avi Ber Hoffman

Lab Presentation

 

Gunmetal Blues: 1991-1992
book by Scott Wentworth;

music and lyrics by Craig Bohmler and Marion Adler;

directed by Davis Hall
Mainstage Production

 

The River Flows: 1992-1993
adapted from "Spoon River Anthology" by Edgar Lee Masters; music and lyrics by Holly B. France

and Andre Orlando Edwards;

choreographed by Felicia Kennerly;

directed by James Moody


RLMTA Production

 

Legacy: 1993-1994
music and lyrics by Holly B. Frances and Arden Altino

RLMTA Production

 

Bobos: 1994-1995
lyrics by Ed Shockle;

music by James McBride;

choreographed by Monica Johnson,

directed by Luther Fontaine
RLMTA Production

 

Time and the Wind: 1994-1995
lyrics by Norman Matlock;

music by Galt McDermot;

directed by Louis Johnson
*World Premiere 
Mainstage Production in association with Eric Krebs

 

I Have A Name: 1994-1995
music and lyrics by Holly B. Francis;

directed by James L. Moody 
RLMTA Production

 

Bring in the Morning: 1995-1996
lyrics by Herb Schapiro;

music by Gary William Friedman;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott

RLMTA Production

 

Paul Robeson: 1995-1996
a play with music by Phillip Hayes Dean;

directed by Harold Scott;

Longacre Theatre Broadway Production Associate Producer  \in association with Eric Krebs

 

After Hours: 1995-1996
musical director Diana B.;

directed by Nancy Rhodes

World Premiere
Mainstage Production

 

Good God!: 1996-1997
book, music and lyrics by George O. Brome
RLMTA Production

 

Song by Song - The Music of Michael Valenti: 1996-1997
music by Michael Valenti;

written and directed by Mark Waldrop

World Premiere
Mainstage Production

 

The Princess and the Black-Eyed Pea: 1996-1997
book and lyrics by Karole Foreman;

music by Andy Chuckerman;

directed by Daniel Banks;

1996 Richard Rodgers Development Award
Workshop Production

 

Bobos: 1996-1997
music by James McBride;

lyrics by Ed Shockley;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Daniel Banks

1996 Richard Rodgers development Award for Playwriting
Workshop Production

 

Out of the Night and Into the Light - Three One-Act Musical/Operas: 1997-1998
Miss Havisham's Wedding Night

music by Dominick Argento;

libretto by John Olon-Scrymgeour


Ocean Dream: 

music by Victor Kioulaphides;

libretto by Nancy Rhodes


I Will Wait: 

music and lyrics by Arif Mardin;

directed by Nancy Rhodes
co-presentation with the

Encompass New Opera Theatre


Mainstage Production

 

Barrio Babies: 1997-1998
music by Fernando Rivas; lyrics and book by Luis Santeiro; directed by Susanna Tubert
1997 Richard Rodgers Development Award 
Workshop Production

 

Virtual Families: 1998-1999
choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott
A musical review created by the staff and students of RLMTA
RLMTA Production

 

Rollin' on the T.O.B.A.: 1998-1999
by Ronald Stevens and Jaye Stewart;

directed by Ronald Stevens 
New York Premiere + Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer: 47th Street Theatre + Brroadway Commercial Transfer:

Henry Miller Theatre
Mainstage Production

 

Delphi or Bust: 1998-1999
music by Gerald Jay Markoe;

book and lyrics by Michael Colby;

directed by Christopher Scott 
World Premiere
Mainstage Production

 

Reunion - A Musical Epic in Miniature: 1998-1999
book by Jack Kyrieleison;

traditional music arranged by Michael O'Flaherty; choreographed by Karen Eisenberg;

directed by Ron Holgate 
New York Premiere
+ Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer: Theatre Row Theatre

Mainstage Production

 

Four Guys Named Jose

and una Mujer Named Maria!: 1999-2000
by Dolores Prida and David Coffman;

choreographed by María Torres;

directed by Lisa Portes

World Premiere

+ Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer: The Blue Angel Theatre

Mainstage Production

 

Carefully Taught: 1999-2000
choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott

a musical revue created by the students of The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy
RLMTA Production

 

A Virtual Woman: 1999-2000
conceived by Donna Trinkoff;

book by Marsha Sheiness;

lyrics by Luis Santeiro, June Seigel, and Greer Woodward; music by Rick Cummins;

directed by Nancy Rhodes
Workshop Production

2000s

The Me Nobody Knows: 2000-2001
Adapted by Robert H. Livingston and Herb Schapiro;

lyrics by Will Holt;

music by Gary William Friedman;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott 
RLMTA Production

 

Starmites - 2000-2001
Music and lyrics by Barry Keating,

book by Stuart Ross and Barry Keating;

directed by Barry Keating
Mainstage Production

 

Once On This Island - 2001-2002
book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens;

music by Stephen Flaherty;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA production

 

Little Ham - 2001-2002
book by Dan Owen;

lyrics by Richard Engquist and Judd Woldin;

music by Judd Woldin; 
choreographed by Leslie Dockery;

directed by Eric Riley

New York Premiere + Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer: John Houseman Theatre
Mainstage Production

 

Stormy Weather - The Lena Horne Story: 2001-2002
by Sharleen Cooper Cohen;

directed by Billie Allen
Workshop Production

 

From My Hometown: 2002-2003
conceived by Lee Summers;

written by Lee Summers, Ty Stephens and Herbert Rawlings, Jr.;

Co-choreographed by Leslie Dockery;

directed and co-choreographed by Kevin Ramsey;

New York Premiere

+ Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer: Gramercy Theatre
Mainstage Production

 

The Robber Bridegroom - 2002-2003
book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry;

Music by Robert Waldman;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA Production

 

Latin Heat - 2002-2003
conceived by Ovi Vargas, Maria Torres, Oscar Hernandez and David Coffman; directed and choreographed by Maria Torres
Mainstage Production

 

Zanna, Don't! - 2002-2003
book, lyrics and music by Tim Acito;

directed and choreographed by Devanand Janki

New York Premiere + Off-Broadway Commercial Transfer:

John Houseman Theatre
Mainstage Production

 

Stormy Weather: The Story of Lena Horne: 2003-2004
book by Sharleen Cooper Cohen;

musical direction by David Alan Bunn;

choreographed by Hope Clarke;

directed by Victoria Pero
Workshop Production

 

Godspell: 2003-2004
music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz,; conceived by John Michael-Tebelek; musical direction by Edward Barns; choroegraphed by Monica Johnson; directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA Production

 

Mandela: 2003-2004
music and lyrics by Steven Fisher;

book by Steven Fisher and Duma Ndlovu;

directed by Ricardo Khan
Mainstage co-production with Crossroads Theatre Company

 

Blackout - 2003-2004
music by Debra Barsha;

book and lyrics by Sharleen Cooper Cohen;

music direction by Deborah Hurwitz;

directed by Phillip George
Workshop Production

 

Footloose: 2004-2005
adaptation by Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie;

music by Tom Snow;

musical direction by Rachel Kaufman;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA Production.

 

Lone Star Love,

or, The Merry Wives of Windsor: 2004-2005

book by John Haber; music and lyrics by Jack Herrick; music direction by Jack Herrick and Ken Lundie; directed by Michael Bogdanov

*New York Premiere

Mainstage Production

 

On the Town: 2005-2006
music by Leonard Bernstein; book & lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; directed by Phillip George
RLMTA Production

 

Shout! The Mod Musical: 2005-2006
created by Phillip George & David Lowenstein;

directed by Phillip George
Lab Presentation

 

Damn Yankees: 2005-2006
book by George Abbott & Douglass Wallop;

music & lyrics by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross;

directed & choreographed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj
Benefit Concert

 

Stormy Weather: 2005-2006
written by Sharleen Cooper Cohen;

directed by Victoria Pero
Lab Presentation

 

Dog Music: 2005-2006
book & lyrics by Mark Masi;

music by Jess Platt;

directed by Alex Lippard
Mainstage Production

 

Sheba: 2005-2006
book & lyrics by Sharleen Cooper Cohen;

music by Gary William Friedman;

directed by Iona Morris
Lab Presentation

 

Sprang Thang: 2006-2007
written by Goldee Greene;

choreography by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott 
RLMTA Production

 

The Psalm of Ruby Redd: 2006-2007
written by Carl Maultsby;

directed by Chuck Patterson
Lab Presentation

 

Izzy! A Dizzy Fairy Tale: 2006-2007
music & lyrics by Steven Fisher;

book by Joan Ross Sorkin & Steven Fisher;

directed by David Glenn Armstrong
Lab Presentation

 

An Officer and a Gentleman: 2006-2007
book by Douglas Day Stewart and Sharleen Cooper Cohen;

words & music by Robin Lerner and Ken Hirsch;

directed by Michael Bush
Lab Presentation

 

108 Waverly: 2006-2007
book & lyrics by Dan Clancy;

music by Lynn Portas;

directed by Sam Scalamone
Lab Presentation

 

Broadway Soul: 2006-2007
benefit Gala starring BJ Crosby and Freda Payne;

directed by Chapman Roberts
Benefit Concert

 

Escape from Pterodactyl Island: 2006-2007
book & lyrics by Peter Charles Morris;

music by Michael Jeffrey; directed by Phillip George
Lab Presentation

 

Magpie: 2006-2007
book by Steven M. Jacobsen;

lyrics by Edward Gallardo;

music by Gary William Friedman;

directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj
Workshop Production

 

Street Dreams: 2007-2008
book and lyrics by Eve Merriam;

music by Helen Miller;

directed by Christopher Scott;

choreographed by Monica Johnson
RLMTA Production

 

Mama, I Want to Sing - Benefit Gala: 2007-2008
written by Vy Higgenson and Ken Wydro;

Benefit Gala choreography by James Harkness and Michael Susko;

directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj 
Benefit Concert

 

Wanda's World: 2007-2008
book by Eric H. Weinberger;

lyrics and music by Beth Falcone;

musical direction by Doug Oberhamer;

directed and choreographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett

New York Premiere Lab Presentation

 

Lorenzo: 2007-2008
book by Richard Enquist;

lyrics by Richard Enquist and Judd Woldin;

music by Judd Woldin;

directed by Christopher Scott
Lab Presentation

 

BLACKFootnotes: 2007-2008
written and directed by Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj
Lab Presentation

 

BURLY-Q! - A Gay Burlesque: 2007-2008
written by Peter Charles Morris, Phillip George,

Ernie Lijoi and Tom Orr;

additional songs by Brad Ellis, Ethan Fein, Mat Eisenstein,

Fred Barton, Matt Ward and Dick Gallagher;

directed by Phillip George
Lab Presentation

 

Wanda's World: 2008-2009 
Book by Eric H. Weinberger;

lyrics and music by Beth Falcone;

musical direction by Doug Oberhamer;

directed and choreographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett 

New York Premiere Mainstage Production

 

No, No Nanette: 2008-2009 
written by Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach;

music director Audra Baas,

choreographer Monica Johnson,

directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA Production

 

Signs of Life - A Tale of Terezin: 2008-2009
music by Joel Derfner;

lyrics by Len Schiff;

book by Peter Ullian;

musical director Matt Catle;

choregrapher Chirstine O’Grady;

directed by Jeremey Dobrish
Workshop Production

 

Immigrant - The Story of Joe Hill: 2008-2009 
written by Sy Kahn; 

directed by David Glenn Armstrong
Lab Presentation

 

Blast From - 40 years of Amas Musical Theatre: 2008-2009 
music director Doug Oberhamer;

directed by Maria Torres
Benefit Concert

 

For Lovers Only: 2008-2009

music director Ken Lundie;

directed by Christopher Scott

Workshop Production

 

Keep On Walkin': 2008-2009 
book by James Armstrong,

lyrics by Joshua H. Cohen,

music by Lavell Blackwell;

directed by Christopher Catt
Lab Presentation and School Tour

 

Burly-Q - A Gay Burlesque: 2008-2009 
written by Peter Charles Morris, Phillip George,

Ernie Lijoi and Tom Orr; additional songs by Brad Ellis, Ethan Fein,

Mat Eisenstein, Fred Barton, Matt Ward and Dick Gallagher;

directed by Phillip George 
Lab Presentation

 

Saving the Muse: 2009-2010 
Music and lyrics by Edward Kleban;

book by Linda Kline;

Musical Director Steven Ray Watkins;

Directed by Michael Bush
Lab Presentation

 

The Pajama Game: 2009-2010 
Music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross; Music Director Audra Bass;Choreographed by Monica Johnson; Directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA Production

 

An Evening with Maurice Hines: 2009-2010
book and lyrics by Eve Merriam;

music by Helen Miller;

directed by Christopher Scott;

choreographed by Monica Johnson
RLMTA Production

 

Signs Of Life: A Tale of Terezin: 2009-2010
Music and lyrics by Edward Kleban; book by Linda Kline; Musical Director Steven Ray Watkins; Directed by Michael Bush
Lab Presentation

 

Secrets of Songwriting: 2009-1010

music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross;

music director Audra Bass;

choreographed by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott

RLMTA Production

 

The Magic of Salsa Kingdom: 2009-2010
written by Carmen Rivera;

directed and choreographed by Maria Torres;

musical director Willie Torres,

Southport, England
Mainstage Production

 

2010s

 

Big Maybelle - The Soul of the Blues: 2010-2011
Written and directed by Paul Levine
Lab Presentation

 

Nellie Breezer's Melting Pot Follies of 1922: 2010-2011
written and directed by Phillip George
Lab Presentation

 

Aesop & Company: 2010-2011
music by John McMahon;

lyrics by Jay Jeffries;

book by Jay Jeffries and John McMahon;

music director Eric Stern;

choreographer Warren Carlyle;

directed by Jay Binder
Workshop Production

 

Romance In Hard Times: 2010-2011
written by William Finn,

starring Lillias White;

musical director Matt Castle;

directed by Michael Bush
Benefit Concert

 

Me and Miss Monroe: 2010-2011

book and lyrics by Charles Liepart;

music by William Goldstein;

directed by John Rando

Lab Presentation

 

Damn Yankees: 2010-2011
by Richard Adler & Gerry Ross;

music director Wes Matthews;

choreography by Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott
RLMTA Production

 

The Countess of Storyville: 2011-2012

book by R.M. Cohen;

music by Martin Silvestri;

lyrics by Joel Higgins;

musical direction by Jason DeBord;

directed by Michael Bush

Lab Presentation

 

Asking for It: 2011-2012

written and perfomed by Joanna Rush;

directed by Lynne-Taylor-Corbett

Staged Reading

 

A Good Man: 2011-2012
music by Joshua Henry;

book and lyrics by Ray Leslee;

musical direction by Jason Michael Webb;

directed by Jerry Dixon

 

The American Song Salon 2011-2012

starring Klea Blackhurst
musical direction by John Bell;

directed by Daved Glenn Armstrong

 

Burly-Q!: 2011-2012
by Peter Morris, Phillip George, Fred Barton,

Tom Orr and David Caldwell;

directed by Philip George

 

The American Songbook and Beyond,

Starring Lillias White: 2011-2012
produced by Amas Musical Theatre
Benefit Concert

 

 Marry Harry: 2011-2012
book by Jennifer Robins;

music by Dan Martin;

lyrics by Michael Biello;

artistic producer Donna Trinkoff;

musical director Remy Kurs;

choreographer Christine O'Grady;

directed by Kent Nicholson

 

Seussical: 2011-2012
book by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty;

music by Stephen Flaherty;

lyrics by Lynn Ahrens;

musical director Shiana Taub;

choreographer Monica Johnson;

directed by Christopher Scott.

 

Triassic Parq: 2011-2012
book and lyrics by Marshall Pailet, Bryce Norbitz and Stephen Wargo;

music by Marshall Pailet;

music direction by Zak Sandler;

choreographer Kyle Mullins;

directed by Marshall Pailet

 

The Other Josh Cohen: 2011-2012
book, music and lyrics by David Rossmer and Steve Rosen;

musical director Vadim Feichtner;

musical staging Andrew Palermo;

directed by Ted Sperling

 

Casanova: 2011-2012
Music by MARTIN SILVESTRI;

Book and Lyrics by JOEL HIGGINS.

Musical Direction by Greg Rassan;

Directed by Gabriel Barre

 

Asking For It: 2011-2012
Written and Perfomed by Joanna Rush;
directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett

 

Distant Thunder: 2012-2013
Book by LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT and SHAUN TAYLOR-CORBETT;

Music and Lyrics by CHRIS WISEMAN and SHAUN TAYLOR-CORBETT;

Additional Music and Lyrics by ROBERT LINDSEY-NASSIF;

Musical Director David Trustkinoff;

Directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett

 

 Amas 2013 Benefit Concert

Starring Christine Andreas and

Awarding Eric Krebs: 2012-2013
Master of Ceremonies Tony Sheldon
Produced by Donna Trinkoff

 

Hello Dolly: 2012-2013
Book by MICHAEL STEWART;

Music and Lyrics by JERRY HERMAN;

Based on "The Matchmaker" by THORTON WILDER

 

Tea For Three: 2012-2013
Book by Eric H. Weinberger

 

Notes to MariAnne: 2012-2013
By DAVID ROSSMER and DAN LIPTON

Cookin': 2012-2013
Book, Music & Lyrics by 
DEBRA BARSHA & HOLLYE LEVEN  DAVID

 

The American Song Salon: 2012-2013
Music Director DAVID CALDWELL
Directed by PHILLIP GEORGE

 

 Bleeding Love: 2012-2013
Book by JASON SCHAFER
Music by ARTHUR LAFRENZ BACON
Lyrics by HARRIS DORAN

 

Frida: 2012-2013
Music Director DOUG OBERHAMER
Directed by MARIA TORRES

 

The Countess of Storyville: 2013-2014
Music Director JASON YARCHO 
Directed and Choreographed by
LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT

 

Amas Benefit Concert, March 31, 2014
Music Director DON REBIC
Conceived & Directed by MICHAEL BUSH

 

 9 to 5: 2013-2014
Music and Lyrics by DOLLY PARTON
Book by PATRICIA RESNICK
Based on 20th Century Fox Picture

 

Cookin': 2013-2014
Book, Music and Lyrics by
DEBRA BARSHA and HOLLYE LEVIN 
Directed by LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT

 

Everything's Coming up Rosie: 2013-2014

  

Red Eye of Love: 2013-2014
Book and Lyrics by
ARNOLD WEINSTEIN and JOHN WULP 
Music by SAM DAVIS
Music Director GREG JARRETT
Directed by TED SPERLING

 

The Bullpen: 2013-2014
Written and Performed by JOE ASSADOURIAN
Directed by RICHARD HOEHLER

 

 Gotta Getta Girl: 2013-2014
Book and Lyrics by PETER CHARLES MORRIS
Music by DAVID CALDWELL 
Musical Director DAVID CALDWELL
Directed by PHILLIP GEORGE

  

Rothschild & Sons: 2013-2014
Book by SHERMAN YELLEN
Music by JERRY BOCK
Lyrics by SHELDON HARNICK 
Musical Director CHERIE ROSEN
Directed by JEFFREY B. MOSS

 

Guys and Dolls: 2015
The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy

 

A Taste of Chocolate 2015
Book, Music & Lyrics by TIMOTHY WARE
Additional Music & Arrangements by AVLIN HOUGH
Directed by WARREN ADAMS

 (staged reading)

 

I Am I Will I Do: 2015
Book, Music & Lyrics by DAN MANJOVI
Musical Direction by STEVEN GROSS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER SCOTT

 

Amas Benefit Concert: 2015
Starring VIVIAN REED

 

FAME: 2015
Book by JOSE' FERNANDEZ
Lyrics by JACQUES LEVY
Music by STEVE MARGOSHES
Conceived and Directed by DAVID DE SILVA

 

Amas Song Salon: 2015 Gotta Getta Girl
Music Director DAVID CALDWELL
Directed by PHILLIP GEORGE

 

 I Am, I Will, I Do: 2015
Book, Music & Lyrics by DAN MANJOVI
Musical Direction by MEG ZERVOULIS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER SCOTT

  

Gotta Getta Girl: 2015
Music Director DAVID CALDWELL
Directed by PHILLIP GEORGE

 

A Taste of Chocolate: 2015
Book, Music & Lyrics by TIMOTHY WARE
Directed by DAN KNECHTGES

 

The Amas Song Salon: 2015
Music Director DAVID CALDWELL
Directed by CHRISTOPHER SCOTT

 

The Ten Minute Hamlet: 2015
Book, Music & Lyrics by SHARON TALBOT
Directed by CHRISTOPHER SCOTT

 

Broadway & The Bard: 2016
Conceived by LEN CAROU, BARRY KLEINBORT & MARK JANAS
Directed by BARRY KLEINBORT

  

Distant Thunder: 2016
Book by LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT and
SHAUN TAYLOR-CORBETT
Music and Lyrics by CHRIS WISEMAN and
SHAUN TAYLOR-CORBETT
Additional music and Lyrics by
ROBERT LINDSEY-NASSIF
Directed by LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT

 

 2016 Amas Benefit Concert
Produced by DONNA TRINKOFF

 

Urinetown: 2016 by the Teen Academy
Book and Lyrics by GREG KOTIS
Music and Lyrics by MARK HOLLMAN
Directed by CHRISTOPHER SCOTT

 

 'Round Thelonious: 2016
Written and starring ANITA POLARD
With WILLERM DELISFORT 
Directed by SHIDAN MAJIDI

 

Amas Song Salon: 2016
Featuring SAM DAVIS, DANIEL MAY,

RASHIDRA SCOTT AND A.J. SHIVELY

 

Amas Salon - My Father's Voice 2016
Conceived and performed by ERIC KREBS

 

Nutcracker - 2016
Book and Lyrics by NANCY HOLSON
Music by PETER I. TCHAIKOVSKY
Arrangements and additional music by
BRUCE KIESLING and PAUL RIGANO

In association with Mark L. Bailin

Amas Musical Theatre Lab

 Gotta Getta Girl 2017
Book and Lyrics by PETER CHARLES MORRIS
Music by DAVID CALDWELL
Developed in collaboration with PHILLIP GEORGE

Amas Musical Theatre Lab

  

2017 Amas Benefit Concert 2017
Produced by DONNA TRINKOFF

 

 Love and Real Estate - 2017

Book by SEAN HARTLEY - Music by SAM DAVIS
Directed by DEVANAND JANKI

Amas Musical Theatre Lab

 

HAIR!

Directed by CHRISTOPHER SCOTT

by the Teen Academy

 

Bridges 2017
Book and Lyrics by CHERYL L. DAVIS
Music by DOUGLAS J. COHEN
Music Director DARIUS SMITH
Directed by JEFFREY PAGE

 

I'll Take It  2017
Directed by DEVANAND JANKI

 The Amas Theatre Lab

 

Love and Other Fables 2017
Book and Lyrics by CHERYL L. DAVIS
Directed by JAY BINDER

 

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