Premieres of New Works

Even Steven

by Anthony Giunta

Trilogy Theatre, NY

Even Steven , is described as a romantic farce about a lovable guy with a broken leg, a fiancee and the girl he jilted five years ago.

Dotted Line

by Anthony Giunta

Trilogy Theatre, NY

Dotted Line is about a gay executive who rents his spare room to a beautiful actor from the Midwest, only to find out the boarder is straight.

A Wink and a Smile

by Anthony Giunta

Trilogy Theatre, NY

A Wink & A Smile concerns a "compulsive William Holden wannabe" who gambles with his charm, his body and other people's money.

Staying After School

by Anthony Giunta

NY Fringe Festival

(Synopsis to come)

Convertible One

by Anthony Giunta

NY Fringe Festival

(Synopsis to come)

Outside In

by Anthony Giunta

NY Fringe Festival

(Synopsis to come)

Giving Blood

by Anthony Giunta

NY Fringe Festival

A teenage girl, hoping to avenge the sexual abuse she suffers at home, lures a teacher into a compromising situation.

Sex with Jake Gyllenhaal

by Anthony Giunta

NY Fringe Festival

"Sex With Jake Gyllenhaal" examine men's and women's attempts to connect with each other.

That Old Gaggle Mine

by Anthony Giunta

NY Fringe Festival

(Synopsis to come)

Prince of Swine

by Mark Toma

Westbeth Theatre, NY

An unscrupulous producer becomes the symbol of everything wrong with men and/or capitalism in the eyes of a zealous young lawyer.

Columbus

by Robert Kornhauser

BACA Downtown, NY

(Synopsis to come)

Realms of Glory

Courtyard Playhouse, NY

(Synopsis to come)

The Housekeeper

by Eliza Wyatt

Bruno Walter Auditorium, Lincoln Center

(Synopsis to come)

One Barron Road

by Meredith Muncy

Playwrights Horizon Studios

(Synopsis to come)

Father Mike

by TJ Edwards

Gallery Players Theatre, NY

This sure-fire comedy set in 1955 concerns a Catholic family struggling with its faith.

Love So Dear

music/lyrics by Larry Gelb

Small's Jazz Club, NY

A musical set in the Sixties, as seen through the eyes of a Swiss chemist, Albert Hoffman, the inventor of L.S.D.

Our Mutual Friend

music/lyrics by Larry Gelb

Actor's Temple, NY

A musical based on Charles Dickens' last novel.

Gallery Players Theatre, NY

Father Mike

by TJ Edwards

This sure-fire comedy set in 1955 concerns a Catholic family struggling with its faith.

Our Mutual Friend

music/lyrics by Larry Gelb

Actor's Temple, NY

A musical based on Charles Dickens' last novel.

Link to Our Mutual Friend album

The Definition of Love

music/lyrics by Larry Gelb

Link to Our Mutual Friend album

The Promenade Theatre, NY

A musical about Dr. William Minor, a convicted murderer who contributed 20,000 words to the Oxford English Dictionary from his cell in an insane asylum.

Love So Dear

music/lyrics by Larry Gelb

Small's Jazz Club, NY

Link to Our Mutual Friend album

A musical set in the Sixties, as seen through the eyes of a Swiss chemist, Albert Hoffman, the inventor of L.S.D.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

14th Street Y Theatre, NY

A faithful musical adaptation of the Oscar Wilde classic of a young man who's portrait, once completed, begins to age, while he, Dorian, remains the same.

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