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An epic love story amidst an inevitable revolution with song, dance, drama …..and red rocks.
The year is 2076. For the past fifty years, a trail-blazing group of scientists, entrepreneurs, and laborers have overcome impossible odds to colonize Mars. Now that the hard work is done, Earth government is eager to cash in on their success. When a local Marsian construction worker and a astro-botanist from Earth become romantically involved with each other, the two find themselves at the center of a political storm over who should control the planet. And so, with an epic revolution at hand, a simple love story is tested by turns, both intimate and sweeping.
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Vocals by Jessica Mortadello produced by Dejo Andersson, ElevenBStudios
On the eve of the revolution, Ed writes a letter to Lucy as he grapples with the cost of freedom.
Lyrics inspired by the real letter written by a soldier to his wife on the eve of battle.
(to view the soldier’s original historical letter, click here)
Vocals by Dan Domenechi produced by ruffsketch studios
“Blood & Fire“
Multi-Award Winning Musical
A fast paced Victorian saga,
where Reformers and Thugs collide and Love battles Violence and Greed.
If you like Downton Abbey, you’ll love this take on London’s early 1900’s. Amidst the backdrop of the Salvation Army’s mission to clean up and civilize the gritty London streets, a wealthy irreligious doctor and devout salvation army lass try not to fall in love with each other.
- “It’s a Good Time to Be Alive in London!”
2. “The Word is Love”
3. Who Is Booth?!
4. “Follow Your Heart”
Originally staged at the York Theater;
directed by Damien Gray
music director: Loren Van Brenk
General Booth played by Will Swenson and Amelia played by Eden Espinosa