STREAMING SERIES

In our streaming series we bring you stage plays while taking advantage of the digital platform we are forced to perform on at this time. Filmed specifically for online presentation, each of these hybrid productions gives every patron the best seat in the house.
All productions will be available online for a specified amount of time with each requiring a nominal fee to watch.

 

Now more than ever we are relying on your donations to help us survive these months during which we are not able to perform live. We appreciate your support. THANK YOU.

 

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STREAMING SERIES

In our streaming series we bring you stage plays while taking advantage of the digital platform we are forced to perform on at this time. Filmed specifically for online presentation, each of these hybrid productions gives every patron the best seat in the house.
All productions will be available online for a specified amount of time with each requiring a nominal fee to watch.

 

Now more than ever we are relying on your donations to help us survive these months during which we are not able to perform live. We appreciate your support. THANK YOU.

WOMEN ON FIRE was available for viewing from February 26 thru March 16, 2021.

WOMEN ON FIRE

By Irene O’Garden

This production was sponsored by Audrey Stanley

Directed by Susan Myer Silton
Featuring Diana Torres Koss*, Hannah Mary Keller, Julie James*

*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

12 intriguing women, diverse in calling and character, each on fire in her own way, burning with pain, passion, fear, wisdom, faith, a sense of justice, and even the desire to shop.

WOMEN ON FIRE was available for viewing from February 26 thru March 16, 2021.

 

WOMEN ON FIRE

By Irene O’Garden

This production was sponsored by Audrey Stanley

Directed by Susan Myer Silton
Featuring Diana Torres Koss*, Hannah Mary Keller, Julie James*

*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

 

 

12 intriguing women, diverse in calling and character, each on fire in her own way, burning with pain, passion, fear, wisdom, faith, a sense of justice, and even the desire to shop.

 

To view a SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL review for this production CLICK HERE.

To view a PERFORMING ARTS MONTEREY BAY review for this production CLICK HERE.

To view the program for this production CLICK HERE.

 

Diana Torres Koss as:

 

 

 

 

 

Hannah Mary Keller as:

 

 

 

 

 

Julie James as:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK BELOW to see our interview with playwright Irene O’Garden.

 

 

To view a SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL review for this production CLICK HERE.

To view a PERFORMING ARTS MONTEREY BAY review for this production CLICK HERE.

To view the program for this production CLICK HERE.

 

Diana Torres Koss as:

 

 

 

 

Hannah Mary Keller as:

 

 

 

 

Julie James as:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLICK BELOW to see our interview with playwright Irene O’Garden.

IRENE O’GARDEN has won or been nominated for prizes in nearly every writing category from stage to e-screen, hardcovers, children’s books as well as literary magazines and anthologies. O’Garden’s critically acclaimed play, Women On Fire, starring Judith Ivey, was twice extended and played sold-out houses Off Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre. Nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Show, it’s published by Samuel French. Two of its monologues are published in Best Women’s Stage Monologues. READ MORE about Irene HERE

 
 
 

IRENE O’GARDEN has won or been nominated for prizes in nearly every writing category from stage to e-screen, hardcovers, children’s books as well as literary magazines and anthologies. O’Garden’s critically acclaimed play, Women On Fire, starring Judith Ivey, was twice extended and played sold-out houses Off Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre. Nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Show, it’s published by Samuel French. Two of its monologues are published in Best Women’s Stage Monologues. READ MORE about Irene HERE.

 

 


ESTELLA SCROOGE was available for viewing during the 2020 Holiday Season.

 

ESTELLA SCROOGE:
A Christmas Carol with a Twist!

From the Tony and Olivier Award-Winning Director of Les Misérables and Nicholas Nickleby John Caird and Tony Nominated Composer of Jane Eyre Paul Gordon

Featuring a cast of 24 Broadway actors including David Bryant, previously seen in JTC’s Breaking the Code and David Copperfield

 

In this unique take on a classic story, you’ll experience a mix of Charles Dickens’ classic tales brought to life as a lush new Broadway musical. Estella Scrooge (Betsy Wolfe, Waitress) is a young Wall Street tycoon with a penchant for foreclosing. A hotelier in her hometown of Pickwick, Ohio has defaulted on his mortgage loan and Estella fancies the idea of delivering the foreclosure in person on Christmas Eve. Arriving at Harthouse, Estella discovers that the defaulting party is none other than her childhood sweetheart, Pip Nickleby (Clifton Duncan, The Play That Goes Wrong), and Estella, like her ancestor Ebenezer, is haunted by three uninvited visitors.

 

Estella Scrooge is produced by Streaming Musicals in association with Michael Jackowitz of WitzEnd Productions, Michael Alden and David Bryant. Executive Producers are Jeffrey Grove and Kevin Surace and for StreamingMusicals, Tom Polum and Stacia Fernandez. Co-Executive Producers are Jeffrey Grove, Allan Herzog and Dawn Smalberg/Bev Ragavoy.  It was originally developed through over two holiday seasons at Rubicon Theatre Company in Ventura (Karyl Lynn Burns and James O’Neil, Artistic Directors), with further development and support from Rhinebeck Writers’ Retreat.

 

 


ESTELLA SCROOGE was available for viewing during the 2020 Holiday Season.

ESTELLA SCROOGE:
A Christmas Carol with a Twist!

 

From the Tony and Olivier Award-Winning Director of Les Misérables and Nicholas Nickleby John Caird and Tony Nominated Composer of Jane Eyre Paul Gordon

Featuring a cast of 24 Broadway actors including David Bryant, previously seen in JTC’s Breaking the Code and David Copperfield
 

In this unique take on a classic story, you’ll experience a mix of Charles Dickens’ classic tales brought to life as a lush new Broadway musical. Estella Scrooge is a young Wall Street tycoon with a penchant for foreclosing. A hotelier in her hometown of Pickwick, Ohio has defaulted on his mortgage loan and Estella fancies the idea of delivering the foreclosure in person on Christmas Eve. Arriving at Harthouse, Estella discovers that the defaulting party is none other than her childhood sweetheart, Pip Nickleby, and Estella, like her ancestor Ebenezer, is haunted by three uninvited visitors.

 

 


KENNEDY: BOBBY’S LAST CRUSADE was available for viewing from October 25 thru November 15, 2020.

 

KENNEDY: BOBBY’S LAST CRUSADE

Written and performed by David Arrow
Directed by Eric Nightengale

Scenic Design … James Morgan
Lighting Design … Miriam Nilofa Crowe
Sound Design … Ben Scheff
Projection Design … Kathrine R. Mitchell
Director of Photography … Diego Cordero
Video Editor … Quintin Harris
Audio Engineer … Colin Barry-Jester
Production Stage Manager … Denise Yaney
General Management … LDK Productions – Lisa Dozier King/Sofia Cabrales

 

Produced by special arrangement with DRAMATIC PUBLISHING, Woodstock, Illinois

 

CLICK HERE to see our insightful conversation (recorded 10/3/20) with David Arrow, who wrote and performs KENNEDY.

CLICK HERE to see the Santa Cruz Sentinel review of the show.

 

Just in time for the November elections, we present a timely new work about Robert Kennedy’s final months during his electrifying presidential campaign. Bobby’s transformation into a bold champion for the underrepresented is celebrated in this tour de force solo play, which highlights Bobby’s impactful speeches, private apprehensions, and deep commitment to advancing civil rights. This new work dubbed “riveting theatre” by Broadway World is written and performed by David Arrow (previously seen as Alan Turing in Breaking the Code).

 

We thank Audrey Stanley for generously sponsoring our virtual theatre productions.

 

 


KENNEDY: BOBBY’S LAST CRUSADE was available for viewing from October 25 thru November 15, 2020.

KENNEDY: BOBBY’S LAST CRUSADE

CLICK HERE to see our insightful conversation (recorded 10/3/20) with David Arrow, who wrote and performs KENNEDY.

CLICK HERE to see the Santa Cruz Sentinel review of the show.

 

Written and performed by David Arrow
Directed by Eric Nightengale

Scenic Design … James Morgan
Lighting Design … Miriam Nilofa Crowe
Sound Design … Ben Scheff
Projection Design … Kathrine R. Mitchell
Director of Photography … Diego Cordero
Video Editor … Quintin Harris
Audio Engineer … Colin Barry-Jester
Production Stage Manager … Denise Yaney
General Management … LDK Productions – Lisa Dozier King/Sofia Cabrales
Produced by special arrangement with DRAMATIC PUBLISHING, Woodstock, Illinois

Just in time for the November elections, we present a timely new work about Robert Kennedy’s final months during his electrifying presidential campaign. Bobby’s transformation into a bold champion for the underrepresented is celebrated in this tour de force solo play, which highlights Bobby’s impactful speeches, private apprehensions, and deep commitment to advancing civil rights. This new work dubbed “riveting theatre” by Broadway World is written and performed by David Arrow (previously seen as Alan Turing in Breaking the Code).

 

We thank Audrey Stanley for generously sponsoring our virtual theatre productions.

 

 


IT CAN’T HAPPEN HERE was available for viewing from October 25 thru November 15, 2020.

 

IT CAN’T HAPPEN HERE

By Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen
Adapted from the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Directed by Lisa Peterson

Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe, Lewis’ darkly satirical It Can’t Happen Here follows the ascent of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States by promising to return the country to greatness. In 2016, Berkeley Rep unveiled a new stage adaptation of Lewis’ prescient novel; one week after that production ended, the presidential election roiled our nation. Now, Berkeley Rep reprises that production with the same director, but this time as a radio play in four episodes, just in time for the 2020 election.

 

 


IT CAN’T HAPPEN HERE was available for viewing from October 25 thru November 15, 2020.

IT CAN’T HAPPEN HERE

By Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen
Adapted from the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Directed by Lisa Peterson

Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe, Lewis’ darkly satirical It Can’t Happen Here follows the ascent of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States by promising to return the country to greatness. In 2016, Berkeley Rep unveiled a new stage adaptation of Lewis’ prescient novel; one week after that production ended, the presidential election roiled our nation. Now, Berkeley Rep reprises that production with the same director, but this time as a radio play in four episodes, just in time for the 2020 election.

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