Jump to:


September 12 - 13


Robin Hood

More about Robin Hood

The Three Musketeers

More about The Three Musketeers



Brimstone is set in 1998 Belfast where the bloody dance between the Irish and English, Catholic and Protestant, continues with fury. Eamon Dunne, is the “man who walked away.” A prestigious architectural scholarship from Princeton University had taken Eamon out of strife filled Northern Ireland eight years before. At the play’s start, Eamon has returned home to attend the funeral of his brother, an Irish Republican Army terrorist gunned down by the police. In an attempt to come to grips with his brother’s death, Eamon must confront his own pacifism in the face of increasing violence. He also must confront the wild spirited Miraid, the woman that he left behind convinced by a family determined to keep him safe in America, that she no longer loved him. Though the plot is complicated by the presence of spies and counter spies, Brimstone is a love story framed by betrayal, both political and emotional. Also produced at the Berkshire Theatre Festival and the Majestic Theatre.

More about Brimstone

Good Sports

More about Good Sports

Jungle Queen Debutante

More about Jungle Queen Debutante

Writers & Artists

John Bishop

Book & Lyrics, Elmer Gantry

Tena Clark

Lyrics & Music, Twist

Randy Courts

Lyrics & Music, Johnny Pye And The Foolkiller

Warner Crocker

Book, The Three Musketeers

George Fischoff

Music, Sayonara

Hy Gilbert

Lyrics, Sayonara

Peggy Gordon

Book & Lyrics & Music, Mating Habits Of The Urban Mammal

Milton Granger

Book & Lyrics & Music, Robin Hood

MILTON GRANGER is composer/librettist/lyricist of nine chamber operas, all of which have been produced multiple times throughout the U.S. by college opera workshops and regional companies; two (“Uncharted Waters” and “Talk Opera’) are first-place National Opera Association prizewinners. Among his musical plays, “Castle Walk” was a Next Link Selection of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, “Bronze Mirror” was selected for the Manhattan Theatre Mission Festival, and “Peter Rabbit and the Garden of Doom” won the Actors Playhosue annual competition for children’s theater. Other musical plays have been produced by Seaside Music Theater, Mill Mountain Theater, and elsewhere, including multiple productions of his version of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”.

Carol Hall

Lyrics & Music, Good Sports

B. Lasser

Lyrics & Music, Mating Habits Of The Urban Mammal

Eugene Lee

Book, Twist

Michael Leeds

Book & Lyrics, Mating Habits Of The Urban Mammal

William Luce

Book, Sayonara

Mel Marvin

Music, Elmer Gantry

Padraig Meegan

Music, Brimstone

Sean S. O'Donnell

Book, Jungle Queen Debutante

Gregg Opelka

Lyrics & Music, The Three Musketeers

Mary Bracken Phillips

Book & Lyrics, Brimstone

Gary Prim

Music, Twist

Herbert Rawlings, Jr.

Book, Do-Wop Love

Susan Rice

Book, Good Sports

Robert Satuloff

Lyrics, Elmer Gantry

Mark St. Germain

Book & Lyrics, Johnny Pye And The Foolkiller

Mark has written the plays FREUD’S LAST SESSION, DANCING LESSONS, CAMPING WITH HENRY AND TOM, THE GOD COMMITTEE, SCOTT AND HEM, OUT OF GAS ON LOVERS LEAP AND BECOMING DR. RUTH. He has written the musicals GIFTS OF THE MAGI, JOHNNY PYE, JOSEPH AND MARY, THE BOOK OF THE DUN COW AND JACK’S HOLIDAY with Randy Courts. Films include Carroll Ballard’s DUMA and the documentary he directed and produced, MY DOG, An Unconditional Love Story, with Richard Gere, Glenn Close, Edie Falco and others. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Writers Guild East, an alumnus of New Dramatists and a Board Member and Associate Artist at the Barrington Stage Company.

Thomas Tierney

Lyrics & Music, Jungle Queen Debutante

Thomas Tierney (Music, Co-Lyrics) composed ELEANOR – An American Love Story at Ford’s Theatre in Washington and many other U.S. theatres – and NARNIA, based on The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (London and New York) plus more than 1000 productions worldwide. Other shows: Jungle Queen Debutante (New York’s NAMT Festival), Off-Broadway’s Pets!, ZACK HILL and the Rocket Blaster Man Adventure; The Dream Team at Goodspeed Opera, Tommy Tune’s one-man show Ichabod – and recently The Year of Living Dangerously at Manhattan’s 54 Below. Also: six shows for TheatreWorks/USA including The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (toured nationally for 25 years); and AT&T’s theme for Disney’s EPCOT Center. He has performed his own music at Lincoln Center and at the White House, and has won numerous ASCAP awards.

Ronald Wyche

Book, Do-Wop Love

This page was last updated on 08/18/2017. Some musical and writer information may be more recent.