Listen to New & Unique Musicals!
The Micro-Musical Theatre Show is an all NEW audio series featuring original Broadway-style musical productions. It’s a truly one-of-a-kind podcast which provides listeners with an exclusive front-row seat kind of experience!
But what is our “Micro-Musical?”
A micro-musical is a musical theatre production we turn into a radio play that runs about 60 minutes. There are also bonus interviews and behind-the-scenes/making-of extras!
Fans of musical theatre finally have the chance to experience the process of creating, developing, and performing new works through the eyes of the emerging talents of Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Cabaret in NYC.
Keep up with the latest…
The New Peggy
By Drew Larimore (Book & Lyrics) and J. Oconer Navarro (Music & Lyrics)
Genre: Dark Comedy Musical
Chronicles Peggy, a very ordinary secretary, who has been stuck at her desk for the past 25 years, pining after her very ordinary boss. But at what cost? The consequences are bloody. Ann Harada, (Avenue Q, Cinderella, Pacific Overtures) takes on the title role. Includes Daniel Marcus (Urinetown, Adding Machine), Devin Ilaw (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables), Deb Radloff and Rachel Hardin. J. Oconer Navarro is a Jonathan Larson Grant Recipient.
Crayola in Love
By Kyle Robert Carter (Book & Lyrics).
Genre: Musical Comedy
A tapestry of Kyle’s experiences being bi-racial in America, showing how the development of his relationships defines WHY he is the way he is. You will laugh at his mistakes and find joy in his life’s journey, recognizing that life exists in all shapes, sizes, and COLORS! With David Engelhard (Music & Orchestrations), and 2017 Eugene O’Neill NMTC Best Lyrics Award Winner – Ronvé O’Daniel (Add’l Music & Lyrics). Featuring Nyseli Vega, Rob Brinkmann, Sarah Naughton (Trapped in the Closet, Javanka), and Ronvé O’Daniel (Once Upon a Rhyme).
City of Light
By Jan Roper (Composer), Julie Weiner (Lyricist), Gabrielle Wagner Mann (Bookwriter)
Genre: Musical Comedy | Running Time: 78 minutes.
Molly always lives her life by a to-do list and a well-thought-out plan.
On the morning of her 25th birthday, exactly a year after her father died on her birthday and one month before her wedding, Molly embarks on the trip to Paris he always wanted to take her on; but now it's to scatter his ashes from the top of the Eiffel Tower… What could possibly go wrong?