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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?
Premiering in February!