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TAMAR OF THE RIVER: Sept. 21 – Oct. 20, 2013

Monday, July 15th, 2013

Sept. 21 – Oct. 20, 2013 at Baruch Performing ArtTAMAR project images Center

55 Lexington Ave. (entrance on East 25th St. between Lex & 3rd.)

TAMAR OF THE RIVER has received commissioning and world premiere major support from The Ted & Mary Jo Shen Charitable Gift Fund.

Tamar of the River strikingly demonstrates the difference between the merely ‘novel’ and the genuinely new, crossing musical boundaries and finding a synchronicity between timbres and musical worlds that creates a genuine sense of wonder.” – Maury Yeston


Music and book by MARISA MICHELSON
Lyrics and book by JOSHUA H. COHEN

Choreographed by CHASE BROCK

Sept. 21 – Oct. 20, 2013
at Baruch Performing Arts Center
55 Lexington Ave, NYC (Entrance on E. 25th St. bet. 3rd and Lexington Aves.)

starring Margo Seibert
with Ako, Jeremy Greenbaum, Erik Lochtefeld, Mike Longo and Vince B. Vincent
and featuring: Jen Anaya, Adam Bashian, Margot Bassett, Troy Burton, Tamrin Goldberg, Aaron Komo and Mary Kate Morrissey

Music Director – Matt Aument
Scenic Design – Brett J. Banakis
Costume Design – Candida K. Nichols
Lighting Design – Brian Tovar
Sound Design – Jeremy J. Lee
Casting Director – Jason Najjoum

Production Manager – Pope Jackson

Stage Manager – Emily Paige Ballou
Asst. Stage Manager – Taylor Alyssa Marun

Regular Price – $50 / Premium Seating – $65

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UNLOCK’D: June 16 – July 20, 2013

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

“A visually impressive and musically rich production. . . simultaneously challenging and memorable. . .   Just sit back and enjoy.” – Theatermania


“A tuneful look at a fanciful place. . . everyone sings impressively. . . the songs are surprisingly lovely. . . Gorgeous.” – The New York Times

“As much a visual treat as it is a rare and rewarding musical. . . wholesome family entertainment at its best. . . Unlock’d glitters.” –

“Witty repartee, poetic rhymes, catchy, well-sung, songs and perfectly choreographed movements. . . a comedic romp with bite.” – Theatre Is Easy

“Raw, undiluted joy. . . astounding, enveloping. . . Unlock’d shimmers with life. . . when musicals are taken seriously and gotten right, they can still be ravishing experiences truly worth singing about.” – Talkin’ Broadway


Book and Lyrics by SAM CARNER

Music Supervisor – BRAD HAAK

Director and Choreographer – MARLO HUNTER

Love… who’ll make the cut?  Clarissa is tired of living in the shadow of her flirtatious sister Belinda, the most beautiful woman in 18th Century England.  Wits sharpened and scissors in hand, Clarissa sets out to cut Belinda down to size… and find a man of her own!   This sparkling and inventive new musical comedy is a winner of the New York Musical Theatre Festival “Best of Fest” Award and the prestigious Richard Rodgers Award.

June 16 – July 20, 2013
at The Duke on
42nd Street
a NEW 42ND
STREET ® Project, 229 W 42nd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues)


TICKETS: or 646.223.3010
IN PERSON: The Duke on 42nd Street Box Office (229 W 42nd Street)
Regular box office hours are Tues. – Fri. 4pm – 7pm; Sat. 12pm – 6pm.
Box office hours are extended on performance days.

Jennifer Blood*,  Jillian Gottlieb*,  Sydney James Harcourt*, and A.J. Shively*
with Maria Couch*, Adam Daveline*, Chris Gunn*, Catherine LeFrere*,
Lukas Poost, Chandler Reeves, Emily Rogers, and Hansel Tan

Music Director – Adam Wachter

Scenic Design – Wilson Chin and David L. Arsenault
Costume Design – Amy Clark
Lighting Design – Cory Pattak
Sound Design – Kurt Fischer
Casting Director - Jason Najjoum

Producton Stage Manager – Kat West*    

Regular Price – $50, $65 Premium Seating
A limited number of $20 Tickets available for each performance through a lottery, beginning one hour before curtain.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Manager in the United States.


Monday, March 11th, 2013


Title of Show: Unlock’d
Agreement: AEA Transition Agreement (Modified Year 1)
Producer: Prospect Theater Company
Book / Lyrics: Sam Carner
Music: Derek Gregor

Director/Choreographer: Marlo Hunter
Music Director: Brad Haak
Casting Director: Jason Najjoum
Casting Assistant: Katie Proctor

Rehearsals will begin around May 20, 2013.
Performances will be June 15 – July 14, 2013 at The Duke on 42nd Street, a NEW 42ND STREET® project, 229 West 42nd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues).
Salary: AEA: $7.25/hr, min. 20 hrs/wk ($145/week), plus P&H; Non-Equity: Stipend


UNLOCK’D is a richly layered musical comedy about four star-crossed lovers in 18th century England as they grapple with their identity and the confusion of love, while the mischievous spirits around them intervene.  Humans and spirits alike are unwittingly (and in one instance, literally) “unlocked” in this Richard Rodgers & NYMF “Best of Fest” (’07) award-winning show, that infuses contemporary pop into a classical score.


Equity Principal Auditions (EPA) will take place Tuesday, February 26 at Nola Studios (250 West 54th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY, 10019), 9:30am – 5:30pm (lunch 1pm – 2pm

If you can’t attend the EPA, but wish to be considered, please email your headshot/resume to

Non-Equity auditions by appointment will be first held on Saturday, February 23, 2013 – submit ASAP and only once via Actors Access or by emailing


Ethnically diverse, skilled actor-singers with excellent contemporary musical theater sensibility and impeccable comic timing.  Comfortable with musical staging. Classical training a bonus.

[BARON] 20-30. A leading man. Confident. Passionate. A war hero, his world is turned upside down by the confusing and uncharacteristic emotions he’s feeling (read: love). Strong leading man baritenor with falsetto. Any ethnicity.

[EDWIN] 20-27. Bookish, witty, verbal. Surprisingly passionate and geekily charming. Led by his intellect, he is cracked open by his unexpected love for Belinda. Tenor. Any ethnicity.

[BELINDA] 18-25. The most beautiful girl in the land. Innocent, unaffected, strong comic ability.  She isn’t aware that there’s more to her than her appearance. But there is. Coloratura soprano to high C with mix-belt. Any ethnicity.

[CLARISSA] 19-26. Smart, passionate, frustrated. Clarissa is certain she knows who she is and what she wants, but she doesn’t. Contemporary quality with some experience in verse/classical theatre.  Mezzo. Any ethnicity.

[AVIA / GERTRUDE] Mid 20s-early 40s (age very flexible). Sylph leader. Dry. Assertive. She has a mission and it doesn’t involve love. Until it does. Strong comic ability, and should be comfortable with movement. Range flexible, but soprano ability a bonus. Any ethnicity.

[ARIELLA / MADELINE / BEATRICE] Late teens-20s. Youngest sylph. Naive, squeamish, wilting. Sweet. Strong comic ability, and should be comfortable with movement. Range flexible, but soprano ability a bonus. Any ethnicity.

[ESTHER / KATHERINE] Mid 20s-late 50s (age very flexible). Sexually frustrated sylph. She’s hard up – and isn’t shy about it. Brazen comic ability, and should be comfortable with movement. Mezzo. Any ethnicity.

[UMBRIEL / SIR FLITTYBUD] 20s-early 40s (age very flexible). Bumbling leader of the gnomes / an effete gentleman. Goofy, broad comic ability.  Should be comfortable with a cockney accent and movement. Tenor. Any ethnicity.

[BARNEY / SIR INCONSTANTINE] 20s. Youngest of the gnomes. Lovelorn, sweet, sincere. As Sir Constantine, a dandy.  Just ridiculous.  Strong comic ability, and should be comfortable with movement. Character-y Tenor. Any ethnicity.

[CALEB / LORD LITTLEWIT] 20s-50s (age very flexible). Shifty, mischievous gadfly / overblown, incompetent gentleman. Strong comic ability. Should be comfortable with a cockney accent and movement. Bass-Baritone. Any ethnicity.


Prototype Production: DEATH FOR FIVE VOICES, A New Musical Drama

Sunday, January 20th, 2013
















Mar. 6 – Mar. 17, 2013 at the West End Theatre (263 West 86th St., NYC)

A world premiere original musical drama from two of Prospect’s founding artists, based on true events in the life of the brilliant and infamous Renaissance composer and murderer Carlo Gesualdo.
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS ($25) or call 212-352-3101.

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Music and lyrics by Peter Mills
Book by Peter Mills
and Cara Reichel
Directed by Cara Reichel
Music directed by Daniel Feyer

Mar. 6 –  Mar. 17, 2013 at the
West End Theatre
(263 West 86th St., NYC)

Set amidst the political intrigue, religious conflict, and artistic vibrancy of the late Renaissance, DEATH FOR FIVE VOICES explores the dark harmonies of Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa — who is remembered both for his unusually complex madrigals and sacred music, as well as the extravagantly vicious double murder of his wife, Maria D‘Avalos, and her lover, Fabrizio Carafa.  Through a sophisticated choral score, this intimate and thrilling new musical investigates the source of both sexual and creative passion, and the fine line between madness and genius.

Ryan Bauer-Walsh*, Wilson Bridges*, Peter Saide*, Meghan McGeary*,
Hannah Jane McMurray, Diane Phelan*
and Thom Sesma*

Michele A. Connolly*, Stage Manager

Ann Bartek
, Scenic Designer
Sidney Shannon, Costume Designer
Susan M. Nicholson, Lighting Designer
Janie Bullard, Sound Designer

Jacob Grigolia-Rosenbaum, Fight Choreographer

Jason Najjoum, Casting Director

Alexis Schwartz, Assistant Stage Manager
Sarah A. Peck, Production Assistant

*Member, Actor’s Equity Association.  Equity Approved Showcase.

THE ROCKAE in concert: Live-Stream from Le Poisson Rouge!

Saturday, October 6th, 2012

Gordon Stanley as CadmusOn Sunday night, October 7th, from approximately 7:30pm – 9pm, Prospect Theater Company will hold its season kickoff fundraiser concert of THE ROCKAE — a hard rock musical version of Euripides play THE BACCHAE — live at Le Poisson Rouge, one of NYC’s most exciting music venues!  This event re-unites many performers from our 2007 original cast, who are joined by many other company friends and newcomers to the show!

While the Live Stream through Concert Window is an absolutely free service, as this is our 12-13 Season Kickoff fundraiser, we are asking those who “tune-in” online to for a $10 suggested donation to help us launch our season endeavors!  Click the button below to donate securely online through Paypal… and support us with $10 (or more) if you are able!

If you don’t wish to make a donation, click here to be directed to the Live Stream through Concert Window.

Note:  the concert will not be recorded or archived on line, so you need to tune in live!

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Rory Sullivan, Producing/Artistic Associate

Friday, December 16th, 2011

This is Rory’s first season with Prospect Theater Company and thus far he has served as assistant director on Iron Curtain. At Barrington Stage Company he was the assistant director on Guys & Dolls, The Best of Enemies, and The Game. A graduate from Wheaton College with a degree in Economics he pursued further study in theater at The National Theater Institute. While there, he discovered his passion for directing and studied all disciplines of theater, including classical and contemporary acting, directing, movement, playwriting, and design. Metformin

Nicki Hunter, Producing/Artistic Associate

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Nicki is thrilled to be working with Prospect Theater Company. When not working with the fabulous Prospect team, she is working at Manhattan Theatre Club where she is the Assistant to the Artistic Director. While at MTC she has helped with numerous on and Off-Broadway productions including, Good People, Time Stands Still, The Whipping Man, Ruined, and Venus in Fur. She also produced Tempest Toss’d this year at NYMF and has worked at the Summer Play Festival on Tio Pepe, and The Black Suits. She holds a BA in Theater with a minor in business, from Lehigh University.

Simone Zamore Curbelo, Director of Education

Friday, December 16th, 2011

A recent graduate of Princeton University (B.A. English, Dramatic Literature, minors in Theater, Modern Dance, and Vocal Performance) and Harvard Graduate School of Education (Ed.M, Arts in Education), Simone is a professional singer, dancer, and actor; she has trained, both recreationally and competitively, in jazz, tap, ballet, modern, lyrical, musical theater, contemporary, and hip hop. An Equity performer, she has been featured as a Principal Dancer in Sophisticated Ladies (Inside Broadway), numerous regional tours and Off-Broadway performances, and performed with Prospect for over 10 years including The Taxi Cabaret, The Flood, DIDO (& Aeneas), Evergreen, and The Rockae. Simone is thrilled to be able to bring Prospect to children throughout the Tri-state area. viagra

Jason Najjoum, Casting Director

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Jason is originally from northern Virginia. A proud graduate of Emory University, Jason now makes New York City his home. Recent casting credits include Myths & Hymns (Prospect), Dancing at Lunacy, Blood, and Bad Evidence (the cell), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Hive), and numerous readings for Prospect Theater Company, New York Theatre Barn, The Hive, and The Pack. Commercially, Jason has worked at Donna DeSeta Casting, Godlove + Company, Background Inc, Foreground Inc, Strickman-Ripps Casting, and Broadcasters on numerous on-camera commercials, webseries, print campaigns, and other on-camera projects, from Kiefer Sutherland’s webseries The Confession to a commercial for Ford Explorer and a promo for the Oprah Winfrey Network. When not casting, Jason is the Creative Development Associate and an Executive Producer of NYTB in the D-Lounge for New York Theatre Barn, and is a new member of the New York Musical Theater Festival’s Reading Committee and Packawallop Productions’ artists collective, The Pack, and is a proud member of The Hive Theater Company. Recent producing credits include I Married Wyatt Earp (Prospect Theater Co./NY Theatre Barn), Dancing at Lunacy, Blood (the cell), Bandage: A Fight Play (The Brick), Male Matriarch (FringeNYC), Another Place (The Anthropologists at HERE), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Hive), and Bad Evidence (the cell). Jason was an assistant to lead producer Ken Davenport on the Broadway revival of Godspell.