ONE NIGHT ONLY! FRIDAY, MAY 31ST, 2019 - 7PM
ABOUT THE SHOW
$20 online plus 2 drink minimum*
$25 at the door plus 2 drink minimum*
*Drinks must be purchased in the cabaret theatre to be counted toward the minimum.
The Duplex Cabaret
61 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
Take the 1 Train to Christopher Street
Take the A/C/E train to West 4th Street
Doors will open 30 minutes prior to showtime.
There is a two-drink minimum per person. Drinks must be purchased in the cabaret theatre to be counted toward the minimum.
The cabaret theatre is not handicap accessible.
60 Minutes; No Intermission.
Recommended for ages 21 and up.
No one under 21 will be admitted.
CAST, CREATIVE, PRODUCTION CREDITS
JOHN MICHAEL BRADSHAW
LAURA E. CETTI
Music by.........KIT GOLDSTEIN GRANT,
& JONATHON LYNCH
Lyrics by..........KIT GOLDSTEIN GRANT,
SOPHIE OBERFIELD, & GIL VAROD
Music Director.......JONATHON LYNCH
Photographer.................BRIAN E. LONG
MuSE Representative...YUI KITAMURA
It's a one-night-only concert featuring the catchy music and clever lyrics of award-winning songwriter, Kit Goldstein Grant! Come and hear some of the hits and some of the lesser-known songs from Kit's canon along with songs written with collaborators Caleb Damschroder, Jonathon Lynch, Sophie Oberfield, and Gil Varod including pieces from The Commuters, Time Travel Makes Complete Sense, and In The Horse! It's a night of new (and not-so-new) music and lyrics you won't want to miss!
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CAST PHOTOS & BIOGRAPHIES
(Photo credit: Brian E. Long)
John can’t wait to perform with Kit Goldstein Grant and Friends! Regional credits include THE NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING, THE IRISH CURSE, 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL. Film: VALLEY HIGH, HURRICANE BIANCA 2. Instagram: @JohnMBradshaw
Laura is a NYC based actor/singer with a passion for collaborating in the creation of new musical theater. Recent credits include: A NEW BRAIN and MARRY ME A LITTLE (Gallery Players), GOING SOUTH (THML Theatre Company), and countless workshops and readings of new works. For more please visit lauracetti.com!
Jianzi Colón-Soto, born in Puerto Rico and raised in Florida, graduated with a BFA in Theatre Arts from the CAP21 Program at Molloy College. Recent credits include: THE LITTLE MERMAID (Alpha Theatre NYC), WEST SIDE STORY IN CONCERT (The Madison Theatre), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Under St. Marks), THE WRONG BOX (Visceral Entertainment), LADY CAPULET (Turn to Flesh). jianzicolonsoto.com | @jiancoso
Alina is delighted for her second performance with the IndieWorks Theater Company after being seen in KIT GOLDSTEIN GRANT & FRIENDS in May. Previous roles include Ursula in THE LITTLE MERMAID, Madame Thenardier in LES MISERABLES, and Trix in THE DROWSY CHAPERONE. She most recently performed in four new musicals at NYPL’s ACROSS A CROWDED ROOM at Lincoln Center. She has loved working in theater for the past 15 years as an actress, costume designer, and makeup artist.
Christopher is thrilled to be a part of KIT GOLDSTEIN GRANT & FRIENDS! Credits include: NYC: WONDERFUL (The Snapple Theatre), THE NEW YORKERS (Town Hall), THE LAST ADAM (Little Monkey Productions). Regional: THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHTTIME (Vermont Stage Co.),THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY (Farmers Alley Theatre). Thanks to everyone at The Price Group. The true joys of his life are his wife Cyndi and their sons Dalton and Kellan.
Kellan is thrilled to be a part of this cast and working with IndieWorks Theatre Company! Select credits include, Patsy in SPAMALOT, Moritz in SPRING AWAKENING, Bert in MARY POPPINS, and Barfee in SPELLING BEE, and roles in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, and OKLAHOMA! to name a few. Kellan will be attending the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in the fall.
NYC: THE CHRISTIANS (Ensemble Choir), Casper the Not-So-Friendly Ghost (Casper), THE WRONG BOX (Porter), THE NOSE (Cheif Crookakoff); Regional: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (LeFou), MY FAIR LADY (Zoltan Karpathy/Quartet), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Seymour), Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story (Nathan Leopold), The Boys In The Band (Emory), Damn Yankees (Rocky), H2$ (Gatch, Bud Frump U/S), WEBB’S CITY: THE MUSICAL (Jimmy Webb, Jr.), BARE: A POP OPERA (Alan), SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD, and CLOSER THAN EVER.
Sarah hails from the Buckeye State of Ohio. She had the opportunity to be a part of one of Kit's original works, WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD. Some other favorite theatrical credits include: ROCKTOPIA on Broadway, CINDERELLA (Title), COMEDY OF TENORS (Mimi), and THE DROWSY CHAPERONE (Janet Van De Graaff). Favorite movie credits: CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER and OCEANS 8. Be sure to check out more on her website at thesarahwyatt.com
CREATIVE TEAM PHOTOS & BIOGRAPHIES
Shows Include: THE NOSE (Midtown Int’l Theatre Fest. [nom: Best Musical]; Master Theatre; AnexTheatre Prod. in South Africa), THE WRONG BOX (Theater for the New City), WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD (Player’s Theatre), IN THE HORSE (Emerging Artists Theatre), EMPTY FRAMES (Hudson Guild Theatre), THE COMMUTERS (Strawberry Theatre Fest. [nom: Best Musical]), IT’S RAINING TAMALES!(Schenectady Theatre for Children; publ. YouthPLAYS). Julliard & BMI Workshop Alum. Member of The Dramatists Guild & ASCAP.
Caleb’s musical MOLLY SWEENEY has headlined both the Bay Street Theatre's New Works Festival in Sag Harbor, NY, and the Festival of New Works at the Human Race Theatre of Dayton, OH. His musical DEVIL'S KIN was developed at CAP21 and took part in the PiTCH Series for new works at the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival. Caleb composed the music for THE COMMUTERS... (IndieWorks), which was voted Audience Favorite (Strawberry Theatre Fest). Member of BMI Workshop and The Dramatist Guild.
Credits include music director and dance arranger for The City Club (Minetta Lane), assistant music director and copyist for FINDING NEVERLAND (NYC workshop), faculty music director at AMDA, and music director for several Chicago venues. He wrote words and music for THE BAROQUE CYCLE (Bruno Walter Auditorium) and THE TURING TEST (Gallery Players), and music for NEWB (webseries score), and ¡CANTA! (album). Jonathon is a Northwestern University and BMI workshop alum. jonathonlynchmusic.com.
Sophie holds a BA in Literature from Yale and a Master’s in Theatre History and Criticism from Hunter College-CUNY where her thesis examined how musical-theatrical tools convey the internal experience of mental illness, treatment, and clinical results/emotional resolution in LADY IN THE DARK and NEXT TO NORMAL. She has studied with Adam Gwon at Primary Stages’ Einhorn School for the Performing Arts (ESPA) and Anna Jacobs at the New York Musical Theater Festival. Member of BMI Workshop.
Credits: OEDIPUS FOR KIDS! (NYMF, publ. Samuel French), AGAIN & AGAIN & AGAIN (UnsungMusicalCo’s 2019 Writer’s Lab), TIME, ET AL (FringeNYC), THE COMMUTERS… (Lincoln Center/IndieWorks, 2 awards), TIME TRAVEL MAKES COMPLETE SENSE, RANSOMWHERE? at (Lincoln Center’s Across a Crowded Room), A JURY LINE, THE ZEGEND OF LELDA (W. Village Musical Theatre Fest; Best Musical/Lyrics/Book), THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WALT DISNEY ABRIDGED (Walt Disney Imagineering), and BROADWAY ABRIDGED. Member of BMI Workshop.
Fernanda is a composer/music director, a graduate of Columbia University, an associate voice coach with Broadway vocal supervisor, Liz Caplan, and in her free time, she's the deputy director of The Dream Unfinished, the NYC-based activist orchestra. She is an active member of the BMI Workshop and her original musical, PLATH, was part of the 2015 FringeNYC. She recently returned from New Delhi, India where she was working on the musical adaptation of film director, Mira Nair's MONSOON WEDDING.
Founder/Artistic Director of IndieWorks Theatre Co. Select directing credits: CASPER, THE NOT-SO-FRIENDLY GHOST, SONGS FROM A HAT, EMPTY FRAMES, THE GIANT HOAX, THE COMMUTERS... (nom: Best Musical; Winner: Best Director, Strawberry Theatre Fest), CLOSER THAN EVER, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN, VANITIES, OKLAHOMA!, INTO THE WOODS, TWO BOYS IN A BED ON A COLD WINTER'S NIGHT, SAXE AND THE CITY. Film: VALLEY HIGH (based on the song by Drew Gasparini).
With a Masters degree from Drexel University’s Arts Administration program, Jeremy has served as Managing Director/Executive Producer for numerous IndieWorks Theatre Co. projects. His entertainment background includes work with the Jenny Wiley Theatre, Alluvion Stage Co. Walt Disney Co., Proof Productions, and Roundabout Theatre Co. Select credits include THE NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING and THE CAMPAIGN, a long-running, episodic improv show that combined tabletop RPGs with live theatre.