NOV 25 – DEC 1, 2018 – THE DOUBLE-THREAT TRIO [re]workshop at Pittsburgh CLO

We get a whole week to play around with the show in preparation for our world premiere production coming up in early 2019! J. Alex Noble is back as Jamison, Drew Leigh Williams as Nina, and Jerreme Rodriguez as Kenny; Beth Leavel is busy being a Broadway star in THE PROM, so we have the wonderful Bobbi Kotula coming in as Millicent — and nailing a year’s worth of material in two days! Ahh, the genius of great actors.

MAR 19 – APR 7, 2018 – Tony winner Beth Leavel joins THE DOUBLE-THREAT TRIO staged workshop at Pittsburgh CLO’s Spark Festival!

THE DOUBLE-THREAT TRIO gets three full weeks to work on, stage, rewrite, rework, and restage (rinse and repeat ad lib) at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera! The Spark Festival is an incubator of new small-cast musicals, and with a cast of 4 we’re fitting right in. Plus our show is all about creating a show, so it feels like a very apt experience. Our incredible cast is led by Tony Award-winner Beth Leavel (THE DROWSY CHAPERONE), and Pittsburghers J. Alex Noble as Jamison, Drew Leigh Williams as Nina, and Jerreme Rodriguez as Kenny; direction by Scott Weinstein, music direction by Matt Castle, choreography by Mara Newbury Greer, and stage management by Heather Ankley. It’s an incredibly productive week — I couldn’t be more thrilled or honored to have worked on the show here!

NOV 14 – 17, 2017 – MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL in Paris!

Broadway au Carré presents “MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL in Concert” at the Comédie Nation Theatre, where THE DOUBLE-THREAT TRIO received its first public semi-staged performance in 2016! Directed by Amanda Bestor-Siegal and produced by and starring Lisandro Nesis as Parker. Thrilled to be back in Paris with this wonderful group of artists!

SEP 14-24, 2016 – THE DOUBLE-THREAT TRIO at OU

Students at the Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre at the University of Oklahoma give a workshop presentation of THE DOUBLE-THREAT TRIO, directed by Lyn Cramer and music directed by Paul Christman. Starring undergrads Patrick Nowak, Taylor Bryant, Daryl Tofa and Ashley Mandanas.