Crude is a musical romp through the world of Big Oil and High Stakes PR, where solar start-ups and the press are pawns in a game of corporate intrigue. Presented as part of the NY Musical Festival in 2016. For more information, visit their website here.
Catherine's violent and bloody blackouts inflame her most primal fears. Her world falls increasingly out of orbit as the cause eludes explanation. Forces pull at Cat from every direction: her sister needs her to be normal; her stalker aches to save her; and her would-be-lover hungers to satisfy her most voracious desires. Catherine is desperate for answers, but the truth may prove more terrifying than her wildest nightmare. This play premiered at The Brick Theater in Brooklyn October 14-22, 2016.
Premiered in the New York Music Theatre Festival in July 2015 and winner of 3 Awards of Excellence including Best Music, Best Lyrics and Best Book; and 5 Honorable Mentions/Nominations including Direction, Music Direction, Orchestrations, Ensemble and Best Musical. For more information, visit their website here.
Premiered in FringeNYC in August 2015 and winner of an Award of Excellence for Best Actor, Xander Johnson.
Premiered in FringeNYC in August 2015 and winner of an Award of Excellence for Best Ensemble. For more information, visit their website here.
Premiered in Fringe Jr, FringeNYC in August 2015 from Boston, MA. For more information, visit their website here.
Premiered in the New York Music Theatre Festival in July 2014 and winner of 4 Awards of Excellence including Best Book, Best Ensemble, and two Best Actor awards for J. Robert Spencer and Brian Charles Rooney. It's not your Great, Great, Great, Grand Pappy's Kind of Musical... (Note, this musical's name has been changed to "The UnCivil War") For more information, visit their website here.
Premiered in the New York Music Theatre Festival in July, 2014. The story of Romeo and Juliet is told in a whole new way. For more information, visit their website here.
Studio Six of the Moscow Art Theatre premiered a new play by Elena Balyberdina at IATI Theatre in New York City in June 2014. For more information on Studio Six, visit their website here.
The highly acclaimed, edgy rock-musical came back to New York City in an intimate, new production at Cap21 Studios in October of 2012. Presented by Musically Human Theatre Productions, our team provided general management and consulting services to bring this Pulitizer Prize winning musical to life.
Good People Management Group provided general management and consulting services for Musically Human Theatre Productions from July-December 2012, including managing their 2012 season production of Next to Normal. Founded in 2010, Musically Human Theatre Productions produces engaging, socially relevant works of musical theatre that illuminates the shared human experience of our diverse community. For more information on Musically Human Theatre Productions, visit their website at www.musicallyhuman.org
A new musical which played at the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity in June of 2012. When Rylie and Matthew meet, they know it's meant to last forever. But when Rylie's health declines and Matthew struggles to spend their last precious moments together, they realize just how short forever can be. A Dance for Rylie is a courageous and intimate story of unconditional love.
A suspense play based on the life of Christian Gerhartsreiter, a German man who moves to the US and takes on the persona of one Clark Rockefeller... until he is accused of double homicide. WINNER, Kennedy Center's David L. Shelton Award for Best Full Length Play. Our team provided management and consulting services for it's NY premiere reading in January, 2012 at Davenport Studios.
There is nothin' like a Rodgers & Hammerstein spoof set in the Arctic tundra, where the hills are alive with... lots of snow. A fun and frolicking new musical with Book & Lyrics by Michael Colby and Music & Lyrics by James Fradich. Our team provided management and consulting services for this staged reading which premiered at Lamb's Club NYC, featuring Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde) and Ellen Harvey (How to Succeed).
A new musical with music, lyrics and book by Nikki M. Jenkins. A young socialite in a fairy tale New York learns that the truth isn't always black and white. (originally titled Denial! - Time to Face the Musical.) Premiered at Theatre for the New City, with subsequent productions at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity and Cherry Lane Theatre.