• STAR WARS & MUSICALS

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    Most recently at BroadwayCon

    What do Mrs. Lovett and Darth Vader have in common? Find out in this updated version of my lecture. Can’t make BroadwayCon? Book my lecture at your school or writers group.

    **This seminar is not endorsed by or affiliated with Star Wars, Lucasfilm, The Walt Disney Company or the Galactic Empire. Originally presented at the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) in 2013.

  • Photo by Walnut Street Theatre

    PHILADELPHIA GETS STINKY

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    Walnut Street Theatre February 3 – 11!

    Dan Acquisto’s and my 2012 Off Broadway Alliance Award-winning show StinkyKids® The Musical makes its way to Philadelphia! Come see how Captain Happy’s Jumpy-Fun-Super-Bouncy Indoor Place fits in with the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.

  • TEXAS IN NEW JERSEY

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    South Orange
    Performing Arts Center
    May 30 – June 10

    A musical about a musical that rocked a community.

    Two families in a North Texas town struggle with a community battle ignited by a controversial high school musical. As the escalation drives wedges between father and son, mother and daughter, left and right – Speargrove, Texas will discover that the show can’t open until their hearts and minds do. Inspired by actual events, Small Town Story asks: Can a musical heal the country?

  • SHEET MUSIC FOR SALE!

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    Come on down to the new virtual general store!

    Sheet music is available for songs I wrote with Dan Acquisto and Brandon James Gwinn, including Like You Like It, Small Town Story…And Then I Wrote a Song About It, The 7-Year B*tch and more.

  • Now Screening

    • Stephen King’s It inspiration


      In honor of the September release of the hit movie It, composer Jeff Thomson and I wrote a song inspired by Stephen King’s novel.

      At its heart, IT is about the power of childhood imagination and the unbreakable bonds between friends and siblings. In this scene, a 12-year-old Bill guides his younger brother, Georgie, in making a paper boat. Georgie sees it as merely a piece of paper but Bill sees it as a world to explore.

      SHEET MUSIC

    • …And Then I Wrote A Song About It Concert Videos

      SHEET MUSIC

      Watch Nick Cearley (The Skivvies, Pageant, All Shook Up, Buyer & Cellar) as he returned to New York on May 13 at Feinstein’s/54 Below to recreate his award-winning performance as Randall Klausner, a perspiring actor-singer-songwriter-dancer-secretary searching for love and fame in the late ’70s/early ’80s, as well as the colorful characters he meets along the way.

  • As Always

    • LIKE YOU LIKE IT RADCORDING

      All-Star Studio Cast RADcording from Broadway Records!

      Go to back to the ’80s in in this awesome mashup of Shakespeare and John Hughes. The Studio Cast RADcording of Dan Acquisto’s and my show Like You Like It features Alison Luff (Escape from Margaritaville), Derek Klena (Anastasia), Robin De Jesus (The Boys In The Band), Patti Murin (Frozen), Lesli Margherita (Matilda), Laura Osnes (Cinderella), Nathan Johnson (Like You Like It at The Gallery Players), Kate Rockwell (Mean Girls), Sam Underwood (Fear The Walking Dead), Bonnie Milligan (Head Over Heels), Nick Cearley (The Skivvies) and more!
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    • STINKYKIDS ALBUM ON iTUNES

      The cast album feaures the talents of the Synchronicity Theatre cast of StinkyKids® The Musical: Alexandra Karr, Lydia Frempong, Kristin Storla, Luke Georgecink, Ben Davis, Greg Maurice Hunter, music directed by Ann-Carol Pence

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    • Prospect’s Musical Theatre Labs

      Clay Zambo and I were a part of By The Numbers, an evening of five-minute musicals based on the numbers 1 – 12, performed at the Times Center June 27, 2015. We were number one – literally – with Decide, about a young woman forced to choose only one scoop of ice cream, and the reverberations throughout her life.

      Over the last few years, I’ve had the pleasure of writing short musicals for Prospect Theatre, sharing the evening with other short pieces by a stellar list of writers. In 2013’s Portraits, Dan Acquisto and I wrote The Art of Joey Feldman, about a rigid and literal-minded safety inspector for a flying rig company who rediscovers the meaning of magic (check out one of the songs). Then last year at The Times Center, Clay Zambo and I were a part of By The Numbers, an evening of five-minute musicals based on the numbers 1 – 12. We were number one – literally – with Decide, about a young woman forced to choose only one scoop of ice cream, and the reverberations throughout her life.