The next reading in our reading series is Monday. Are you coming?

As promised, the first reading of our 2011 Reading Series is another musical!

This Monday, we’ll get a chance to hear the latest tuner from the very prolific (and very talented) Paul Gordon, who was up for a Tony in 2000 for his score of Jane Eyre.

In addition to Jane, Paul has written the score to Daddy Long Legs (which had its world premiere at The Rubicon Theatre, a little gem of a theater in Ventura, CA and has been making the regional rounds ever since), Emma (which just closed at The Old Globe this past Sunday), and more.

As you can see, he’s pretty busy.

But not too busy to share Analog and Vinyl, his new rock musical about a broken-hearted man, his record store, and a couple of customers who could change his destiny.

Paul has assembled a great team of actors to read/sing A&V, including Sarah Stiles, Rob Morrison, Vella Lovell, and TV and stage star Peter Scolari.

The reading with be directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt and music directed by Jodie Moore.

And featured in the audience will be . . . you!

There are a very limited number of seats for this developmental reading, and we expect them to go fast, so if you want to come, RSVP today.

Deets below:

Analog and Vinyl
Monday, March 14th @ 4 PM
Davenport Theatrical Studio
250 West 49th St.  Suite #302
(Between Broadway and 8th)

Click here to make your reservation.

1 per person.  Oh, and new policy – If you make a res. and fail to show up, you won’t be allowed to make a reservation for future readings.


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