Announcing the 27th Annual Festival of New Musicals Shows

We’re thrilled to announce the line up of new musicals for the 27th Annual Festival of New Musicals, which will take place on Thursday, October 15 and Friday, October 16 at in New York.

Now in its 27th year, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Musicals attracts theatre producers from around the world for this industry-only event to discover eight new musicals presented in 45-minute reading presentations over two days. All production costs are underwritten by NAMT, at no cost to the writing teams.  As a non-profit organization, NAMT funds the Festival entirely through donations, sponsorships and contributions.

The festival has introduced musical theatre producers to 228 musicals and 432 writers from around the world. As a direct result of the Festival, more than 85% of the musicals presented have gone on to subsequent readings, workshops, productions and tours, been licensed, and/or recorded on cast albums. Some past festival shows include The Drowsy Chaperone, It Shoulda Been You, Striking 12, Ordinary Days, Thoroughly Modern Millie, among many others.

This year, a committee of 15 theatre professionals selected eight new musicals out of 223 blind submissions. The musicals they chose for the 27th Annual Festival are: COSTS OF LIVING (book, music & lyrics by Timothy Huang); IMAGINE HARRY (music & lyrics by Will Van Dyke, book & lyrics by Jeff Talbott); THE LAST QUEEN OF CANAAN (book by Harrison David Rivers, lyrics by Rebekah Greer Melocik, music by Jacob Yandura); LEGENDALE (music by Andrea Daly, book & lyrics by Jeff Bienstock, story by Bienstock & Daly); lift (book & lyrics by Daryl Lisa Fazio, music by Aaron McAllister); NOIR (music & lyrics by Duncan Sheik, book & lyrics by Kyle Jarrow); ON THE EVE (story by Michael Federico, Shawn Magill & Seth Magill, music & lyrics by Shawn Magill & Seth Magill, book by Michael Federico); OTHELLO: THE REMIX (by The Q Brothers (GQ and JQ)).

In a statement, Betsy King Militello, Executive Director of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, said

“The Festival excites and motivates. The musical theatre talent brought together to share eight remarkable—and remarkably different—musicals over two days invigorates and inspires.  And the Festival itself is just the starting line for these works and their writers, the beginning of rewarding, future journeys. We’re proud of NAMT’s track record and look forward not only to introducing eight new, great shows at our 27th Annual Festival of New Musicals, but also to what comes next and next and next for each and every one of them.”

Co-Chairs Mara Isaacs (Octopus Theatricals in New Jersey) and Paige Price (Theatre Aspen in Colorado), on behalf of the Festival Committee, stated:

“It’s an honor to collaborate with such passionate musical theatre professionals on this year’s Festival Committee.  It was a great year for submissions, but a hard year to select only eight shows that will offer such a fantastic variety and depth of new work by an impressive array of artists at this year’s Festival.”

Casting for each musical and further programming details will be announced soon.


The Musicals 

Costs of Living

Book, Music & Lyrics by Timothy Huang


Based on a true story, COSTS OF LIVING chronicles the lives of two immigrant cab drivers who come to New York for the American dream but instead find a nightmare scenario.  Set to a rock and pop theatre score, featuring a predominantly Asian-American ensemble.


COSTS OF LIVING originated as a second-year project in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop in 2010.  It was a selection of the 2011 ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop and the 2012 BMI Master Class moderated by Stephen Sondheim.  It received a full workshop in 2012 through the New York Theatre Barn. Nominations: 2014 Jerry Bock Award, 2013 Weston New Musical Award, and the 2014 American Harmony Prize (Curtain Call).  Finalist: 2012 Fred Ebb Award and 2011 American Harmony Price. Winner: 2015 New American Musical Award (B-Side Productions) and 2013 Jerry Harrington Award (BMI).


Timothy Huang Composer. Lyricist. Asian dude. Recent works include: Peter and the Wall (DG Fellowship, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat), A Relative Relationship (2013 Sound Bites Festival Winner: Best Musical), Timothy Huang: Chinese or Crazy? (NYTB), and Crossing Over (NAAP). Other works include: LINES: A Song Cycle (NYMF), The View from Here (’s Top 10 Cast Albums of 2006) and Death and Lucky (MacDowell Fellowship). Timothy is the recipient of a 2013 Jerry Harrington Award, a 2012 Fred Ebb Award finalist and a 2012-2013 Dramatist Guild Fellow.


Imagine Harry

Music & Lyrics by Will Van Dyke
Book & Lyrics by Jeff Talbott


When Tucker was 8, Harry was his imaginary friend.  Now Tucker’s grown up, and Harry has left the biz—two lost guys trying to figure out the little things.  Like life.  Can they help each other before it’s too late?  IMAGINE HARRY is a musical for grown-ups about the very tricky business of growing up.


IMAGINE HARRY was a semi-finalist for the 2015 O’Neill National Musical Theater Conference and a finalist for the 2014 Rhinebeck Writers Retreat. This will be the first industry presentation of this show.


Will Van Dyke is a New York-based musical theatre writer and music director.  His compositions include Winnie The Pooh Kids (Disney), The Lion King Jr. & Kids (Disney), The Devil’s Bitch (Playbill) and The Girls I’ve Like Liked (Ars Nova).  Upcoming musicals include Magnificent Climb (with Rick Elice), Wintersong (with Jeff Talbott) and Writing Kevin Taylor (with Josh Halloway).  Will orchestrated Andrew Lippa’s show The Life At The Party (Menier Chocolate Factory). Will’s albums Chasing the DayWriting Kevin Taylor, DaylightConstant and Make The Season Bright (co-written with Matt Doyle) and his single Another Time are available wherever digital music is sold.


Jeff Talbott’s play The Submission was the inaugural recipient of the Laurents/Hatcher Award in 2011 and was produced Off Broadway by MCC Theater. It received the Outer Critics Circle John Gassner Award for Best New American Play in 2012. The play was a semi-finalist for the 2010 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. His play A Public Education was a finalist for the 2015 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. His plays have had workshops and readings at TACT, MCC and Pioneer Theatre Co. He lives in NYC and writes musicals with Will Van Dyke (Imagine Harry and Wintersong). They are releasing an EP of new songs called A View of the River this fall.


THE_LAST_QUEEN_OF_CANAAN webThe Last Queen of Canaan

Book by Harrison David Rivers
Lyrics by Rebekah Greer Melocik
Music by Jacob Yandura


Set in 1937 rural Virginia, THE LAST QUEEN OF CANAAN follows Cora Skye, an uncompromising​ ​landowner, and Ginny, her restless granddaughter. When Kay, a Northern do-gooder, descends on the property to collect Cora’s story for the WPA, she unwittingly instigates a confrontation that will leave all three women forever changed.


THE LAST QUEEN OF CANAAN was developed as part of New York University’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing program (2011), Rhinebeck Writers Retreat (2011), the Yale Institute for Musical Theatre (2013), Northern Stages’ New Works Now Series and Theater Latté Da’s NEXT: New Musicals in the Making Series (2015).


Harrison David Rivers is the winner of a GLAAD Media Award, a McKnight Fellowship for Playwrights, a Many Voices Jerome Fellowship (Playwrights’ Center), a Van Lier Fellowship (New Dramatists), an Emerging Artist of Color Fellowship (New York Theatre Workshop), the New York Stage & Film’s Founders Award and has been a finalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. He is a Usual Suspect at NYTW and an alumnus of the Emerging Writers’ Group at the Public Theater. He received his BA from Kenyon College and earned an MFA in playwriting from Columbia University.


Rebekah Greer Melocik’s current projects with collaborator Jacob Yandura include Feral (book by Victor Lesniewksi), based on John Bishop’s Borderline; and a commission from New York City Children’s Theater, Wringer, based on the novel by Jerry Spinelli. Recent recognitions include: Ars Nova’s two-year UNCHARTED residency, the 2014 Johnny Mercer Writers Colony at Goodspeed Musicals, The York Theatre’s NEO 2014 residency, 2013 Yale Institute for Music Theatre, the 2012-2013 Dramatists Guild Fellowship, the 2012 Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat, Cap21’s Writers Residency and ANT Fest 2013 (The Fearful Earful). BA: University of Southern California; MFA: NYU.


Jacob Yandura’s current projects with collaborator Rebekah Greer Melocik include Feral (book by Victor Lesniewksi) based on John Bishop’s Borderline and a commission from New York City Children’s Theater, Wringer, based on the novel by Jerry Spinelli. Recent recognitions include: Ars Nova’s two-year UNCHARTED residency, the 2014 Johnny Mercer Writers Colony at Goodspeed Musicals, 2013 Yale Institute for Music Theatre, the 2012-2013 Dramatists Guild Fellowship, the 2012 Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat, Cap21’s Writers Residency and ANT Fest 2013 (The Fearful Earful). BA: Kenyon College; MFA: NYU.



Music by Andrea Daly
Book & lyrics by Jeff Bienstock
Story by Bienstock & Daly


Andy’s favorite way to escape his humdrum life is an online game full of magic and monsters called “Legendale.” When a once-in-a-lifetime tournament is announced, Andy dreams of victory, but finds himself stuck competing as a cow maiden––the lowliest character in the game. He curses his fate, until the fantasy becomes real and Andy and his avatar must both discover their inner warrior. An original, contemporary musical comedy with a pop-infused score, LEGENDALE blends romance, adventure and virtual reality.


After extensive meetings throughout 2012, the writing of LEGENDALE began in earnest in 2013. In December of the same year, Jeff and Andrea were invited up to East Haddam, Connecticut for a two-week residency at Goodspeed Musicals’ Writers Colony. An informal reading of the first act took place at Goodspeed in February 2014. LEGENDALE‘s first full-length reading was presented at Ripley Grier studios in New York City in November 2014.


Andrea Daly is a composer, songwriter and singer based in Brooklyn. Her multi-genre output spans pop, theatre and classical, with influences ranging from Regina Spektor to Stephen Schwartz to Aaron Copland. A Michigan native, Daly received her PhD in Composition from Stony Brook University in NY, where she was honored with the prestigious five-year Graduate Council Fellowship, the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and The Ackerman Award for Excellence in Music. Andrea is an alumna of both the Goodspeed Musicals Writers Colony in Connecticut and the Mercer Songwriters Project in Chicago. She has a publishing contract with Warner/Chappell Music.


Jeff Bienstock was born in Santa Monica, California and has a Masters in Composition from NYU.  His first musical, The Morning After/The Night Before, was produced in the 2010 Fringe Festival and won an award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics. In 2012, Jeff received a Sloan Foundation Grant to co-create The Bone Wars for the Ensemble Studio Theatre. Jeff participated in the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project, where he met future collaborator Andrea Daly. He is an alumnus of the BMI Musical Theatre workshop and his work has been performed at the Laurie Beechman, Ars Nova and elsewhere.


LIFT weblift

Book & lyrics by Daryl Lisa Fazio
Music by Aaron McAllister

In a blue collar Ohio town, 8-year-old Ethan falls through the ice and is miraculously saved with no known hero. When the boy, who not long ago lost his dad, insists it was a “birdman,” his family grapples with faith and hope as the community watches the mystery unfold.


lift began in 2007 as the first collaboration between playwright Daryl Lisa Fazio and composer Aaron McAllister. It took part in the York Theatre Company’s Developmental Reading Series in 2008 and had an industry reading in NYC in 2010. It was also a semifinalist for the 2010 NYMF’s Next Link Project and a finalist for the 2011 Fulton Theatre Discovery Project. In 2013, a dramatically new draft of lift was developed at Coastal Carolina University in a weeklong workshop that culminated in a fully staged public reading.


Daryl Lisa Fazio is a playwright and theatre graphic designer hatched in Mississippi. Her plays include Split in Three (world premiere, Florida Rep), Greyhounds (Off Broadway) and Georgia Out of My Mind (Minnesota Fringe Festival), as well as the musical POPart (NYMF) with composer Aaron McAllister. Her latest project, Free Spirits, is a commission for Horizon Theatre in Atlanta. Daryl studied Acting at Northwestern University, got her MFA in Graphic Design from the University of Memphis, is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and lives in Atlanta, GA. •


Aaron McAllister is the resident musical director and conductor at The Fulton Theatre. He has musically directed and conducted more than 70 musicals around the country and is a highly sought after vocal coach/performance clinician. As a composer, Aaron has written the scores to two additional original musicals (POPart and Blackout), which have been developed around the country including Off Broadway and has contributed songs, arrangements and orchestrations to several other original theatrical works. He is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo (BA in vocal performance and conducting) and the University of Maryland (MM in conducting).


NOIR webNoir

Music & Lyrics by Duncan Sheik
Book & Lyrics by Kyle Jarrow


A heartbroken man never leaves his apartment, consoled only by the music on the radio. Through the thin walls, he hears almost every word of the couple next door—and before long, his eavesdropping becomes an obsession. Soon he finds himself drawn into a web of lust, lies, deceit and danger. NOIR is a lush and mysterious new musical inspired by radio plays and classic film noir.


NOIR was developed in part at Rhinebeck Writers Retreat and at the Joop van den Ende Academy in Hamburg, Germany. It received a reading at Playwrights Horizons and a workshop presentation as part of New York Stage & Film’s Powerhouse Theatre season in Summer 2015.


Kyle Jarrow is a Brooklyn-based writer who creates work for the stage, film and TV. His work includes A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant (OBIE Award), Hostage Song (NAMT 2010), Love Kills, Whisper House (also with Duncan Sheik), as well as the upcoming Fallout (with Nick Blaemire) and Ana and the American Dream (with Josh Schmidt). Kyle wrote the film Armless, which was an official selection of Sundance Film Festival. Kyle plays in the rock band Sky-Pony alongside his wife, actress Lauren Worsham. They’ll be releasing their album Beautiful Monster (Knitting Factory Records) in November.


Duncan Sheik‘s selected theatre credits: Spring Awakening (eight 2007 Tony Awards and Grammy Award), American Psycho (2016 Broadway debut), Because of Winn Dixie (Delaware Theatre Company, 2015), Whisper House (The Old Globe, 2011), Alice by Heart (National Theatre London, 2012). Other works currently in development include Nero and The Nightingale. Recorded works: Legerdemain (Fall 2015), Covers 80s (2011), Whisper House (2009), WhiteLimousine (2006), Daylight (2002), Phantom Moon (2001), Humming (1998), Duncan Sheik (Grammy Nomination, 1996).


ON_THE_EVE webOn the Eve

Music & Lyrics by Shawn Magill & Seth Magill
Book by Michael Federico
Story by Michael Federico, Shawn Magill & Seth Magill


As bombs explode outside, a theatre company staves off impending apocalyptic doom by performing a sci-fi musical about Marie Antoinette’s first time-traveling hot air balloon. As the dictatorial Talking Man turns the story into a celebration of stereotypes, the company fights back. Soon the play bleeds into reality, reviving hope for survival.


ON THE EVE was first produced in a staged-reading workshop in 2011, advancing to a 10-show production at the Margo Jones Theatre in Dallas in 2012, earning year-end best mentions by D Magazine, Theatre Jones, Dallas Voice and Dallas Observer. The 2013 DFW Theatre Critics Forum awarded it “Best New Play or Musical” and “Best Creative Contribution for Score.” In 2014, a 23-show professional premiere production was held at Theatre Three Dallas, reaching 2014 year-end best lists for D Magazine and Dallas Culture Map and receiving The Column Awards’ “2014 Steve Lovett Award for Outstanding New Work by a Local Playwright.”


Shawn Magill has recently worked as composer and executive music producer for feature film Sunny In The Dark, as music director for A Christmas Carol at The Dallas Theater Center, as composer/sound designer for Nocturne at Second Thought Dallas and as composer/producer for her solo-piano album, The Imaginations of Man. Shawn is a co-founder of indie-rock band Home By Hovercraft, whose nationally acclaimed LP Are We Chameleons? features music from On The Eve. The DFW Theatre Critics Forum awarded her honors as playwright and composer/performer for On The Eve. Shawn serves as Director of Product at Chideo, The Charity Network.


Michael Federico has worked as a playwright and actor in Dallas, Chicago and Austin. His produced plays include Talent Show 1989Ben Franklin: A Metal Opera (co-written with Cameron Cobb & Spencer Driggers) and Propaganda!. His cosplay/dance-club version of Faust (co-written with Jeffrey Schmidt) premieres in Dallas this October. He has served as an Artistic Company Member of Dallas’s Kitchen Dog Theater since 2007 and is a recipient of multiple Dallas/Fort Worth Theatre Critics Forum Awards both as a playwright and actor.


Seth Magill is a co-founder of indie-rock band Home By Hovercraft, whose nationally acclaimed LP Are We Chameleons? features music from On The Eve. Seth received DFW Theatre Critics awards as a playwright and actor for his work in On The Eve. A member of the Actors’ Equity Association, Seth was last seen as “Fred” in Dallas Theater Center’s production of A Christmas Carol, as “Chase Spacegrove” in On The Eve at Theatre Three Dallas and in many memorable roles with Dallas Children’s Theater, Kitchen Dog Theater and Shakespeare Dallas. He has his BFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University.


OTHELLO webOthello: The Remix

Book, Music & Lyrics by The Q Brothers (GQ and JQ)


Following an acclaimed international tour and triumphant homecoming to sold-out audiences in Chicago, this fresh urban take on Shakespeare’s tragedy is spun out and lyrically rewritten over original beats by The Q Brothers—America’s leading re-interpreters of Shakespeare through hip-hop. Whether you’re looking for a rockin’ night of rhythm and rhyme or a new way to think about Shakespeare, OTHELLO: THE REMIX delivers an intense, high energy spin like no other.


The Q Brothers’ OTHELLO: THE REMIX was commissioned for the Globe to Globe Festival by Shakespeare’s Globe, Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Richard Jordan Productions. Since its world premiere as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, it has toured widely, captivating audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Australia, Germany, South Korea, Poland, New Zealand and United Arab Emirates. Over the years, it has garnered tremendous acclaim and honors, including Edinburgh’s Musical Theatre Matters Awards for Best New Musical Theatre Show and Best Lyrics, as well as a Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Ensemble.


GQ co-created, co-directed, and starred in the original productions of A Q Brothers Christmas Carol and Funk It Up About Nothin’. G also co-wrote and starred in the Off Broadway smash hit The Bomb-itty of Errors. Along with his brother and the other Bomb-itty guys, G wrote and starred in a hip-hop/sketch comedy TV show, “Scratch and Burn” (MTV). G’s screen credits include the movies Drumline, Taxi, I Think I Love My Wife and Werner Herzog’s Rescue Dawn. He wrote, directed and starred in the film Just Another Story (Showtime), has had prominent roles in “Chicago PD” (NBC), “Boston Public” (Fox), “Numbers” (CBS) and co-starred in the one-hour drama “Johnny Zero” (Fox) and John Herzfeld’s pilot, “S.I.S” (Sony). Together with his brother JQ, he recorded The Feel Good Album of the Year. Originally from Chicago, he received his BFA from the Experimental Theatre Wing of Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.


JQ made his Off Broadway debut when he laid down the beats as DJ/Composer for the smash Shakespearean “ad-RAP-tation,” The Bomb-itty of Errors. Along with his brother, GQ, he co-created, co-directed, composed and starred in the original productions of A Q Brothers Christmas Carol and Funk It Up About Nothin’. J co-wrote and starred in the hip-hop/sketch comedy TV show, “Scratch and Burn” for MTV. For his brother’s film, Just Another Story (Showtime), he created the score and original soundtrack. J produced the solo hip-hop album Foul Mouth Poet under his moniker J.A.Q., and other albums including Smashing (The Grommits), The Good Thief (Postell), Go Strong And Call It Awesome! (Stop, Revolt) and The Feel Good Album Of The Year (The Q Brothers). He was the lead singer of Them vs. Them, a Chicago rock band, and is currently co-host (with oldest brother TQ) of “Smallflower TV,” a video blog about natural health and body care based on Merz Apothecary, the other family business.


Online registration for the Festival is open now.

Attendance Eligibility

The Festival is free and open to theatre industry professionals and major donors to NAMT. We define an industry member as anyone currently working professionally in the theatre who can aid in the development of the shows or writers we present. You will be asked to state your affiliation with one of the professional organizations/groups/unions, such as TCG, The Broadway League, LORT, ART/NY, etc., in order to register for the Festival. If you meet this criterion, you must register, but no invitation is required (subject to space and availability). If you do not, you may also register with this form and make a donation to NAMT.

Public standby lines form prior to each presentation, for which no prior registration is required. Standby seating is not guaranteed.

Festival Passes

There are four different passes available for the Festival, each with its own level of access and benefits outlined in the chart below. Industry members who are not members of NAMT will be asked to select your pass level when you register. Your tax-deductible contribution allows the Festival of New Musicals to create a nurturing environment for the discovery, development and advancement of the new works, at no cost to the writers participating.

Pass Type Chart

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NAMT Member Registration

NAMT member organizations receive a limited number of complimentary Premiere Passes and Select Passes (see chart above).

  • Institutional Voting members receive 4 Premiere Passes and 2 Priority Seating Passes
  • Independent Producer Voting members receive 2 Premiere Passes and 2 Priority Seating Passes
  • Academic, Developmental and International members receive 2 Premiere Passes and 1 Priority Seating Pass
  • Associate Members receive 1 Priority Seating Pass

Late Registration

Online registration for the Festival ends on October 9. 

Festival registrations received after October 1 will be subject to the following late registration processing fees:
October 1-October 9: $20 fee
Walk-up registration at the Festival: $30 fee

About NAMT

Logo_Tall_URLThe National Alliance for Musical Theatre, founded in 1985, is a national service organization dedicated exclusively to musical theatre. Their mission is to advance musical theatre by nurturing the creation, development, production and presentation of new musicals, and to provide a forum for musical theatre professionals to share resources and exchange information. Our 200 members, located throughout 34 states and abroad, are some of the leading producers of musical theatre in the world and include theatres, presenting organizations, higher education programs and individual producers. Among the 228 musicals launched by NAMT’s annual Festival of New Musicals are Thoroughly Modern Millie, Children of Eden, Honk!, The Drowsy Chaperone, It Shoulda Been You, Songs for a New World, I Love You Because, Striking 12, Vanities, Ordinary Days and many others, representing 420 writers.


About the Festival

Festival of New MusicalsNAMT’s Festival of New Musicals is the cornerstone of NAMT’s mission to nurture the creation, development and production of new musicals.  The Festival presents eight musicals in 45-minute presentations before an audience of over 600 industry professionals. In the short run, the Festival’s goal is to connect producers with writers, so that their shows can continue their development trajectory. The long-term goal is to expand the musical theatre repertoire, bringing new musical theatre to thousands of audience members around the world.

The 27th Annual Festival of New Musicals is overseen by NAMT New Works Director and Festival Producing Director Branden Huldeen and Festival General Manager Lisa Dozier King.

The 2015 Festival Committee is co-chaired by Mara Isaacs, Octopus Theatricals (NJ) and Paige Price, Theatre Aspen (CO). Committee members include: Bob Alwine, Goodspeed Musicals (CT); Carlos Armesto, Theatre C (NJ); Amy Corcoran, Dallas Summer Musicals (TX); Keith Cromwell, Red Mountain Theatre Co. (AL); Dana Harrel, Disney Creative Entertainment (CA);  Megan Larche Dominick, The MUNY (MO); Robert Lee, NYU Tisch School of the Arts- Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program (NY) and NAMT Festival Alumnus Writer; Jacob Padrón, The Public Theater (NY); Michael Rubinoff, Canadian Music Theatre Project at Sheridan College (ON); Greg Schaffert, Greg Schaffert Productions (NY); Stephanie Yankwitt, Barrington Stage Co. (MA); and chair emeritus Kelley Kirkpatrick, Center Theatre Group (CA).

NAMT thanks the following foundations, government agencies and organizations for their ongoing support of our programs:  ABE Charitable Foundation, The Alhadeff Family Charitable Foundation, The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York Creative Space Grant, ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Fund, BMI Foundation, The Dramatists Guild Fund, Friars Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, The Purple Plume Foundation, The Rodgers and Hammerstein Foundation, Stacey Mindich Productions and The Shubert Foundation.

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