Saturday, June 16, 2012
5PM, SATURDAY, JUNE 16
1PM, SUNDAY, JUNE 17
Part of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Music by Scotty Arnold; Book and lyrics by Alana Jacoby
You are cordially invited to an exciting behind-the-scenes glimpse at the creation of new music theatre. Join us for the Yale Institute for Music Theatre’s Open Rehearsal Readings
on June 16 and 17, presented as part of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas. Make your plans now — seating is limited.
Todd wants to be a rock star, but he’s living in London in 1349, and the plague keeps getting in his way. With ultimatums from loved ones getting him down and the ghost of his former bandmate pressuring him to make a choice, Todd tries to navigate the dangers around him and to balance the forces of art and service in his life. Half rock show and half medieval morality play, this new musical follows a young man’s struggle to decide between what he wants to do and what he thinks the world needs from him. Which comes first?
or phone the Arts & Ideas box office: (203) 562-5666