[title of Show] Tickets- Behind the Scenes With Broadway Hopefuls

by Julie Cudney - Date: 2008-08-19 - Word Count: 405 Share This!

For those of you who have never seen a Broadway show, see something like Mamma Mia! or Wicked or Les Miserables, but my all means do not get [title of show] tickets. On the other hand, if you have seen too many Tony Award-winners to count and wake up singing showtunes, has [title of show] got a musical for you.

The show is a musical about two aspiring playwrights working on a new musical. Coincidentally, it was written by two aspiring playwrights looking to write a new musical. Hunter and Jeff are the two main characters and also the first names of the two creators. While it may seem like a little too easy of a premise to create an interesting show, wait until you hear some of the references to the world, people and venues of Broadway. Title of Show tickets are sure to impress even the most informed Broadway buff.

Hunter Bell wrote the book for the show and also plays Hunter. He has won acclaim as a playwright and an actor including an OBIE award and a Drama League nomination. He has written books for other shows like Silence! The Musical, Stuck and A-Train Plays. He has also been on TV in shows like Guiding Light and Out of the Box. Jeff Bowen wrote the music and lyrics and plays Jeff. He has also received numerous nominations for his work like GLAAD Media and Drama League. He has written the music for shows like Sparklefest 2000 and The A-Train Plays. He has also been in regional and touring shows like The Who's Tommy, Of Thee I Sing and On the Twentieth Century.

The two other characters in the play are Heidi and Susan, played by Heidi Blickenstaff and Susan Blackwell. Blickenstaff has been on Broadway before in The Little Mermaid and The Full Monty as well as in touring shows like Jekyll and Hyde, Dreamgirls and Steel Pier. Blackwell has been in other theater roles like Say Anything and The Myth of Female Bonding as well as on TV in shows like The Sopranos and Law & Order.

This show is intelligent and quirky enough to make audiences feel like they are part of the creative process while still entertaining with interesting musical numbers and a great cast. If you have ever wanted to pick the brain of a playwright, this is your chance. Get your [title of show] tickets before they are gone!

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