Lorinne (ennirol) wrote,

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Outer-borough bums, Brooklyn born and bred...here they are, ladies and gentlemen!

I'm so very pleased to announce that I will be appearing in this jazzy, smart, darkly comic new musical at Gallery Players this fall.

Top of the Heap

October 24 – November 8th, 2009 – Limited engagement!

Music by Jeffrey Lodin
Book and Lyrics by William Squier

Producer: Heather Siobhan Curran/The Gallery Players
Director: Neal J. Freeman
Music Director: Lilli Wosk
Choreographer: Katharine Pettit
Set Designer: Ann Bartek
Associate Set Designer/Props Master: Elyse Handelman
Costume Designer: Megan Q. Dudley
Assistant Costume Designer: Tracy Klein
Lighting Designer: Tsubasa Kamei
Video Designer/Supervisor: Nicholas Meyer
Production Stage Manager: Caitlin Orr
Assistant Stage Manager: Janice Acevedo
Assistant Director: Allison Bressi

The Cast

Ronny Mauro – Kenny Wade Marshall*
Gil Webster – David Perlman*
Elsa Orwell – Anette Michelle Sanders*
Meryl Dean – Hollis Scarborough*
Coochie Kovack – Lorinne Lampert*
Edgar Callahan – James Andrew Walsh*
Harmon Laybourne – Greg Horton*
Sidney – Ray Bendana*
Joey/Ensemble – Roy Flores
Phyllis/Ensemble – Tina Marie Casamento*
Ensemble – Josh Bates, Ronn Burton, John Cardenas, Kristin Farrell*, Carolyn Hartvigsen, Natasha Soto-Albors*
*appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

I'm positively thrilled!

It’s New York City, 1955. The Brooklyn Dodgers are about to square off with the Yankees in a World Series that will net “dem bums” their first title in fifty-five years. So, T.V.’s most popular variety program, ‘Top of the Heap,’ is headed to Brooklyn for a live, remote broadcast tied into the Series. A struggling pair of nightclub comics see this as a chance to bluff their way out of the dives where they perform and into television. But, they soon discover just how high a price they’ll have to pay. Winner of the 2007 National Musical Theater Network Director’s Choice Award and the 2006 Global Search for New Musicals.

“Not for nothing is William Squier and Jeffey Lodin’s musical comedy titled “Top of the Heap.” -Rockford Register Star

“A gritty musical that takes a look at the darker side of showbiz.”- The Stamford Advocate


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