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10 Musicals - One Night Only!

The 47th Street Theatre
304 West 47th Street off Eighth Avenue, NYC 

The ten finalists, listed in alphabetical order, featured at this year's Sound Bites are…
A Cappella Love
A Cappella Love, performed by eight triple-threat singers-actors-dancers (four men, four women) without instrumental accompaniment, is a new musical that, through song, dance, and comedy, explores the universal experiences of falling in, being in, and stumbling out of - what else? - love. The romance! The passion! The brazen innuendo...all a cappella!

music by Nelson Kole, lyrics by Mark Browning Milner, and book by Mark Browning Milner, Lorrie Kole, and Nelson Kole

Go to the A Cappella Love show page
Baked Goods
Gertie may be the worst girl scout the troop has ever seen. When her mother (who is also her troop leader) gives her the ultimatum of selling 100 boxes to continue her girl scout membership, Gertie does her best to rise to the occasion, with a little help from a new friend.

music by Helen Park, lyrics by Christyn Budzyna, and book by Charles Cohen

Go to the Baked Goods show page
Burning Up
A New York City couple awake one morning, burning up with fevers, while their babysitter and their handyman are sizzling with a fever of a different kind. Chaos and Kleenex reign, in this classic yet contemporary tale of love and flu-like symptoms.

music by Rick Bassett, lyrics by Pamela Weiler Grayson, and book by Pamela Weiler Grayson and Rick Bassett

Go to the Burning Up show page
Fictitious
Fictitious is a 90-minute musical comedy inspired by the life of Arnold Schwarzenegger that traces the unlikely success story of an immigrant bodybuilder turned actor turned politician who marries into America’s political royal family and eventually becomes president.

music, lyrics, and book by Paul Cozby and Tom Hyndman

Go to the Fictitious show Page
Gorgonzola
A progressive Sicilian town is thrown into turmoil when they discover they have a rule that the oldest person in town is always right

music by Nolan Livesay, book and lyrics by Gregory Bonsignore

Go to the Gorgonzola show page
Hipster Sister
Brooklyn, 2015. Chelsea is getting fed up with her slacker singer-songwriter sister, Jackie, and it's time she moved out.

music, lyrics, and book by Andy Roninson

Go to The Hipster Sister show page
Houdin
Eric, a young, failed magician (circa 1902) barters his soul to travel back in time to Paris, circa 1880, to study with the great, Father of Magic, Eugene Robert-Houdin. Eric meets Houdin's hiding, reclusive daughter, and love complications ensue. "Brigadoon" meets "Damn Yankees".

music, lyrics, and book by Marcus Pelegrin, additional music by Gio Dormero

Go to the Houdin show page
On Your Mark!
A contemporary re-imagining of the Aesop Fable 'The Tortoise and the Hare,' this fun new show takes the familiar classic and exposes the truth behind this infamous woodland race.

music by Aaron Kenny, book and lyrics by Danny K. Bernstein

Go to the On Your Mark show page
Too Much Coffee Man Opera
Too Much Coffee Man Opera is a collaboration between Eisner Award winner and New Yorker cartoonist Shannon Wheeler and Emmy Award winning composer Daniel Steven Crafts, the first of what is now called Gonzo Opera. Too Much Coffee Man hangs around the coffee shop waxing prolific about life, love, the universe. Secretly in love with the barista, he has always been too shy to say anything to her. Today, however, he decides to throw caution to the wind...

music by Daniel Steven Crafts, book by Shannon Wheeler

Go to the Too Much Coffee Man Opera show page
We Have Apples
We Have Apples is a musical comedy set in a psychiatric hospital. Jane must overcome her depression (which is portrayed by another character) to be with the man she falls in love with, who happens to be her psychiatrist’s son.

music, lyrics, and book by Rachel Ford Griffin

Go to the We Have Apples show page
graphic design by Lauren Draper / illustrations by Carlos Zamora
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