Monthly Archives: September 2008
Happy New Year, one and all! To start your 5769 off just right, you can download the original cast album of my new musical “13” today from iTunes and the Amazon Music Store! We’ll have shiny hard copies of the CD, with a very groovy booklet with all the lyrics and photos, at the theater as of this weekend, but if you’ve just got to hear the music right now, you can go to the iTunes Music Store or the Amazon MP3 Download Store and get this awesome recording on to your computer immediately! The album features the entire score,Read More »
Making the Band, the Broadway Edition By ROBERT SIMONSON New York Times, September 24, 2008 JASON ROBERT BROWN, the Tony Award-winning composer of the musical “Parade,” has been spending a lot of time with a bunch of teenagers. Day after day, at Carroll Studios, at the far end of West 55th Street near 12th Avenue in Manhattan, he has drilled them on the same piece of pop-rock music, pacing back and force with calm confidence, pointing out errors and occasionally plunking out a few piano notes of instruction, while his mop-headed charges hunch over their guitars and other instruments, receivingRead More »
The only show to have an all teenage cast & band will host the first ever open dress rehearsal for teenagers only on Saturday, September 13, 2008 and you’re invited! Only teens ages 12 -18 will be permitted to see the performance (ids will be checked at the door). Sign up now to get your free ticket*! Head over to www.13fans.com for more information and sign up!