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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!

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But what is our “Micro-Musical?”

Think of it as radio play meets concept album meets cast album that runs about 60 minutes. Did you know, both Evita and JCS started out as concept albums! So get in on the next big Broadway musical from the beginning.
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.

Catch a Rising Star…

Krystina Alabado

Krystina plays Molly in the TMMTS  production of City of Light. Krystina has also appeared on Broadway in Mean Girls, American Psycho, Evita, American Idiot, and Spring Awakening among others. She frequently has sold out solo shows at Feinstein's 54 Below.

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Anthony plays Philippe in City of Light. Anthony has also appeared on Broadway in The Prom and Newsies 

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Max plays Molly in the TMMTS  production of Snow Way Out. Krystina has also appeared on Broadway in Disaster!, Grease,  and The Fantasticks among others. 

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Ann plays the lead character, Peggy in the TMMTS production of The New Peggy. Ann has appeared on Broadway in Avenue QCinderella, Pacific Overtures, 9 to 5, Les Miserables (revival), Seussical, and M. Butterfly. She also appeared in the TV series Smash. Ann's solo concert was featured in Lincoln Center's American Songbook series.

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Makes my commute worth it. So much fun, so delightful…

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So original, and interesting. These musicals speak to me.

Nathan, actor

I can't stop humming along!

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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).


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Listen to short excerpts from the full-length
micro-musicals featured in the 2019 seasons:

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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?

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