Starring: RACHEL YORK, MICHAEL HAYDEN, DAISY EAGAN, KIMBERLY FAYE GREENBERG, MATT LEISY, and introducing RACHAEL FOGLE
Choreography by Michael Kidney
Directed by Matthew Martin and Tim Realbuto
According to backstage lore, the ghost of a Ziegfeld Follies star haunts the New Amsterdam Theatre. Ghostlight excavates the true story of Olive Thomas, a small-town girl who rises to headlines alongside Fanny Brice. Seduced by the decadent world of the theater, Olive stumbles into a secret affair, an unfulfilling Hollywood marriage, and a downward spiral into drugs and alcohol. An homage to Broadway’s Golden Age, Ghostlight captures the glamorous and tragic lives of those who changed the face of the American musical forever.
Approximate Running Time: 2:40; with intermission
NYMF debut! National Tours: Broadway’s Little Women (Jo/Meg understudy); and Junie B. Jones. Other recent credits include: Into The Woods (The Witch); and Brannigan's Blarney (Chatham Theatre). Rachael has performed the lead role of Olive Thomas in two previous readings of Ghostlight and is also featured on the show’s demo recording. Utmost gratitude to her beautiful friend Tim for his unyielding confidence in her, and Matthew for his brilliance and patience. Also to Elvin, Paulette, Michael, Dina, Peter, and everyone in the Ghostlight family who contributed to getting this off the ground. Love to Hans Gug.
Rachel York is a dynamic and versatile actress, singer, dancer and comedienne. She is best known for her critically acclaimed Broadway performances in City of Angels, Les Misérables, Victor/Victoria (Drama Desk Award), The Scarlet Pimpernel, Sly Fox, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. She also turned heads on television with her courageous portrayal of Lucille Ball in the CBS movie, "Lucy." On tour, Ms. York has created the role of Cruella de Vil in The 101 Dalmatians Musical; starred as Guenevere in Camelot (Carbonell Award) and portrayed Lilli Vanessi/Kate in Kiss Me, Kate (US and West End). Off-Broadway, Ms. York has starred in the musical revues The Best Is Yet to Come: The Music of Cy Coleman and Stephen Sondheim’s Putting It Together (MTC, Drama Desk nomination), as well as Dessa Rose (Lincoln Center Theater, Drama Desk nomination). Favorite regional productions include The Game (a musical adaptation of Les Liaisons Dangereuses); Turn of the Century (Goodman Theatre, Chicago); Anything Goes (Los Angeles, Ovation nomination); Hello, Dolly! (Boston, IRNE Award); Into the Woods (Boston, IRNE Award); Spamalot; My One and Only; Ragtime; Evita; Summer of ’42; Summer and Smoke; Crucifer of Blood; and The Odd Couple with Jason Alexander and Martin Short. In concert, Ms. York’s numerous appearances include the National Symphony and the Pittsburgh Pops under the direction of conductor Marvin Hamlisch; Broadway Showstoppers with Peter Nero and the Philly Pops; The Sound of Music at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under the direction of John Mauceri; the San Francisco Symphony; the Minnesota Orchestra; the Utah Symphony; the St. Louis Symphony; the San Diego Symphony; the Colorado Symphony Orchestra; the Israeli Opera; and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed her celebrated cabaret For the Love of It to rave reviews nationwide, including appearances at Feinstein’s at Loews Regency and the Metropolitan Room in New York and The Magic Castle in Hollywood. Ms. York’s film credits include One Fine Day, Happy Feet, Billy Bathgate, Killer Instinct, Second Honeymoon, Au Pair II, and the CBS made for television movie, "Lucy." Her performances in Kiss Me, Kate (filmed for PBS’s Great Performances series) and Victor/Victoria are available on video/DVD. Ms. York has also appeared on several popular TV series including "Hannah Montana", "Frasier", "Reba", "Numb3rs", "Close to Home", "Arli$$", "Spin City", "The Naked Truth" and "Diagnosis Murder." In addition, she is the voice of Bitty in "Higglytown Heroes" and Circe on "The Justice League." Ms. York’s debut solo album, Let’s Fall in Love, has been an enormous success since its release and was named one of the Top Ten Vocal CDs of the year by Talkin’ Broadway. She can also be heard on the soundtrack of Billy Bathgate, the live in concert recording of Broadway Showstoppers: Best of the Tonys with Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, and the original cast recordings of City of Angels, Putting It Together, Victor/Victoria, The Scarlet Pimpernel Encore, Dessa Rose, and Summer of ’42. For more information, please visit her on the web at www.rachelyork.net.
Michael Hayden made his Broadway debut in the role of Billy Bigelow in the 1994 revival of Carousel, for which he won the Theatre World Award and was nominated for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical. He also played the role in the Royal National Theatre production in London, receiving an Olivier Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical. Mr. Hayden recieved a 2001 Tony Award Nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his work in the Broadway revival of Judgement At Nuremberg. Other Broadway: Henry IV (opposite Kevin Kline); Cabaret (also West End); Festen; and Enchanted April. Off-Broadway: Dessa Rose (LCT); The Matchmaker; All My Sons; Far East; and The Language of Trees (Roundabout). Most recently: Shakespeare in the Park's Measure For Measure and All's Well That Ends Well. Mr. Hayden starred in the title role of William R. Pace's 1999 film Charming Billy as Jeremiah William Starkman, which won him the Best Actor award at the AFI/LA Film Festival. On television, he starred as Chris Docknovich in "Murder One". Other television: "Law and Order"; "Law and Order: SVU"; "Law and Order: CI"; and "Hack." In 2010, he played the roles of both "Henry V" and "Richard II" at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC. Mr. Hayden is a graduate of the Julliard School.
Daisy began her career at the age of two, playing a Bag of Wool in a preschool production of Baa Baa Black Sheep. From there, she went on to become the youngest female ever to win a Tony Award for her performance as Mary Lennox in The Secret Garden (Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations). Her other theater credits include Les Miserables (Broadway), James Joyce’s The Dead (Original Broadway production), Be Aggressive (world premiere at La Jolla, Garland Award honorable mention, and regionally at TheaterWorks), On the Mountain (world premiere at South Coast Reparatory), A View From the Bridge (South Coast Reparatory), The Wild Party (The Blank Theater Company. 2006 LA Weekly Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical). Her film and T.V. credits include Losing Isaiah (Paramount), Ripe (Trimark), Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding (Green Street Films), “Without a Trace”, “Ghost Whisperer”, “Numb3rs”, “The Unit” and “The It Factor”. Daisy is a co-creator, co-writer and performer in “Krystal Park”, a soap opera set in a trailer park, pieces of which can be found on YouTube. After taking 3 years off to finish school and regain her sanity, Daisy has returned to performing, premiering her one-woman show “Still Daisy After All These Years” in 2010 in Los Angeles and at NYC’s Laurie Beechman Theater in 2011. She can also be seen around L.A. in various cabarets and benefit performances. More info on Daisy can be found at daisyeagan.com. Daisy became a published writer in 2009 with her creative non-fiction piece “Red, Grey and Blue” in the online publication “Splinter Generation”. (www.splintergeneration.com).
Kimberly is the first and only actress in NYC to have performed leading roles in two legit Off-Broadway musicals at the same time: as “Fanny Brice” in the solo show One Night With Fanny Brice (cast album available on Original Cast Records), and as “Sylvia Fine” in Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical (now in her third year). Kimberly is thrilled to be playing "Fanny Brice" again in Ghostlight and would like to thank Tim, Elvin and Matthew for this wonderful opportunity. A graduate of the University of California, Irvine, Kimberly has performed across the country in national tours, regional theatres, cabarets, and theatre for young audiences. Previous roles include: Nell Henderson in Mr. President (Actors Fund Benefit), The Vagina Monologues (Off-Broadway), Sylvia Fine in The Kid From Brooklyn: The Danny Kaye Story (Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Broward Stage Door Theatre), Mary Magdalene in The Passion Play, the Musical (the oldest, most historic Passion Play in the U.S., at the Park Theatre, New Jersey) and Mother Mary in the Off-Broadway Revival production of Christmas Rappings (Theater at Judson). On the small screen she has been featured in such shows as "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", "Charmed", "ER", and as the host of the Educational TV Series, "Personal Best". Kimberly is also the Creator/Executive Producer/Host of www.BroadwayBlogspot.com, an educational theatrical website featuring Broadway professionals who work both onstage and behind-the-scenes. She sends huge thanks to friends and family! www.kimberlyfayegreenberg.com.
is currently starring as Matt (the Boy) in The Fantasticks Off-Broadway. NYMF: The Hatpin. Other credits include Scripps in The History Boys (St. Louis Rep, Arden Theatre – Barrymore Nomination), Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Mordred in Camelot (Pennsylvania Centre Stage), Great Expectations (Mill Mountain Theatre), Oliver! (Westchester Broadway Theatre), The Sound of Music (Broadway Asia), The Importance of Being Earnest (Charleston Stage) and numerous workshops, readings & independent films. Graduate: Northwestern University. www.mattleisy.com.
Lindsey is so excited to be making her NYMF debut! National/International Tours: Hairspray (Swing /Dance Captain), Grease (starring Frankie Avalon), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and My One and Only. Regional favorites: Mimi/Dance Captain/Adelaide Cover in Guys and Dolls (John W. Engeman Theatre), Frenchie in Cabaret (Arts Center of Coastal Carolina), Gloria in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Gateway Playhouse) Anytime Annie in 42nd Street (Tropicana Casino/Arizona Broadway) and Swing/Associate Choreographer in Hairspray, starring George Wendt (Charlottetown Festival, Canada). Love and thanks to the fam, stubbsBRA (the best friends a girl could ask for!) and Jared.
NYMF Debut! National Tours: Fiddler on the Roof starring Harvey Fierstein (Sasha/Fyedka US) and the 25th Anniversary Tour of Cats (Mungojerrie). Regional appearances include Sacramento Music Circus, The Fulton, The Arvada Center, Westchester Broadway and the premiere of Disney's Toy Story the Musical. Mark is originally from Rochester, NY and has a BFA in Musical Theater from The Hartt School. Thanks to Mom and Dad for being the best!
Kristen will be married two days before this run begins! She couldn't be happier to be sharing her honeymoon with this incredibly talented cast and creative team. She is a proud graduate of NYU's Tisch School (CAP21) and a NH native. Most recently she was seen in MITF's Between the Bricks as East. Favorite credits include Georgie in The Full Monty (Barter Theatre), Miss Olson in Promises, Promises (MGR Playhouse), Robert Anne in Nunsense (Shawnee Playhouse), and Future in Alan Menken's Christmas Carol (Broadway Palm). She will forever be in debt to Tim, Matt, Michael, and Elvin for taking a chance on her. For my fiance, Tom.
is really excited to be a part of Ghostlight and NYMF! Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, a graduate of Point Park University, and has performed regionally and all over the world on cruise ships. He just finished Miss Saigon at Sacramento Music Circus. Other credits: Custus in Crazy For You (Maltz Jupiter Theater); Spamalot (Regional Premiere), Oklahoma, Funny Girl (Sacramento Music Circus); 42nd Street (Fulton Theater); All Shook Up, The Producers (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse). Proud AEA member. Thanks to family and friends for love and support!
Off-Broadway: Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge (Prospect Theatre Co./59E59 Theatre). New York: The Hidden Sky, Alley of Masks (Wings Theatre), Tock Tick (Prospect Theatre Company). Regional: The Graduate (Benjamin), Take Me Out (Shane, Memphis' Ostrander Award Best Supporting Actor), Fiddler on the Roof (Perchik), The Foreigner (Ellard), States of Independence (written and directed by TinaLandau/Ricky Ian Gordon). Original Company member of Judith Blazer's The Artists Crossing. Kentucky native, BFA Wright State University.
Broadway Credits: Pal Joey (Roundabout), Tony Award winning cast of Spamalot. Other favorite credits: Radio City Rockette, SINATRA (Radio City), No Strings (Encores!), A Funny Thing Happened… (Geminae/Goodspeed), Anything Goes (Virtue/Kansas City Starlight), Martha Plimpton Sings? (Lincoln Center’s American Songbook), Therapy Rocks (asst. choreographer/NYMF). T.V. and Film: LEGS (asst. choreographer/Tory Burch commercial), "Jack of All Trades", "The David Letterman Show".
This is Rose’s NYMF and New York debut. Favorite roles include Polly in Crazy For You (Moonlight Amphitheater, SD), Marcy in I Love You Because (Grand Central, CA) and Maureen in Rent (Little Theater, CA). A Colorado native, she recently graduated from California State University of Fullerton with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Rose is beyond honored to be a part of this amazing production and sends special thanks to Matthew, Tim and Michael for the experience. Peace and love to my family and friends for always being there and believing in me!
Gregory is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut with this exciting show! He was last seen in the Ensemble of Chicago at Flat Rock Playhouse (directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge) and before that as the title role in Hamlet at The Roxy Regional Theatre. Last year he played Jared in the SpeakEasy Stage production of Body Awareness in Boston for which he was nominated for an IRNE Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama. Other regional: Jack (Into the Woods) Francis (Forever Plaid) Will Parker (Oklahoma!). BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory. Love and thanks to Mom and Dad! www.gregorypember.com
NYMF debut! Last seen in New York as Gabey (On the Town) at the Lucielle Lortel Theater. National/International Tours: 42nd Street, Annie Get Your Gun. Regional theaters: Milwaukee Rep, Pittsburgh CLO, North Shore, Westchester Broadway, Ford’s Theater, Florida Stage. Favorite Roles: Che (Evita), Ambrose (Hello Dolly w/ Victoria Clark), John (John and Jen). Brendt is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Music. So much love for Ryan and Linus and all four of my parents!
NYMF and NY debut! Credits include: Monty Python's Spamalot National Tour, Theatre By the Sea (A Chorus Line, Hello, Dolly!, The Producers, Evita, George M!), Holland America Cruise Line, Hershey Park. BFA Elon University, Maryland native, BTP alum. Jessica loves dogs, hates seafood, and adores sunny days in New York. The rainy ones suck. For my parents, family, friends, and anyone who's ever been there for me...thank you. Peace and love!
NYMF debut! New York: The Music Man (Harbor Lights Theater Company), Récit (West Village Musical Theatre Festival). Tours: Riverdance (Canada, Ireland, USA), Ragús (Belgium, France, Germany), The Sole Mates (Germany, Switzerland). Regional: A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theater Center), Lady, Be Good! (42nd Street Moon), Picnic (Hampton Theatre Company), Of Mice and Men (Firebelly Productions). Thanks to Matthew, Michael, and Tim.
Matthew has majored in Acting at Marymount Manhattan College and Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School where he received the Jane Oliver Award for Excellence in the Theatre. He subsequently performed alongside Josh Groban at Madison Square Garden and in Rosie O’Donnell’s Broadway Concert Series at the Zipper Theatre. As an actor, his favorite roles include Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls; Mayhew in Witness for the Prosecution; Readymoney in The Threepenny Opera; and Godspell. He has also lent his voice to various books on tape for Simon & Schuster as well as several recordings and demos. Since then, he has worked in retail, advertising, education and food services. This is his first foray into writing for musical theatre.
Tim was born in Brooklyn, New York and fell in love with musical theatre at a very early age. He has been involved in all areas of the performing arts, but obtained a B.F.A. in Acting from Five Towns College, where he was also allowed to pursue his other passions by being able to take extensive music and directing classes as well. As an actor on the New York stage, he has appeared as Antigonus in The Winter’s Tale Project (Fringe Festival - The Village Theatre); Franciscu in White Widow (Off-Broadway premiere); Boyet in Love’s Labours Lost (Shakespeare in the Parking Lot); and Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (Brooklyn Theatre Arts Project). Other favorite roles include: Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar; Louis Ironson in Angels in America; and The Baker in Into the Woods. On film, he appeared in The Emperor’s Club (opposite Kevin Kline); Sex and the City: The Movie; Deconstructing Harry (directed by Woody Allen); One True Thing (with Meryl Streep and Renee Zellweger); Uptown Girls; Enchanted; and Fighting. He was also featured on HBO’s “The Sopranos”; “Law and Order”; “Law and Order: SVU”; “Ed”; and “Strip Search” (also for HBO). Tim’s play, Blame It on the Oysters, was produced twice, including a fully mounted production at his college (which he also directed and appeared in). He has written four full-length screenplays, Father of Mine; The Hyde Club; Are You Scared Yet?; and Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn. This is his first foray into writing for musical theatre. Tim's other directorial credits include: Amadeus; Crimes of The Heart; What A Surprise!; Closer; and assitant director to Academy Award winner Milton Justice on Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance. Much love and thanks to family and friends (Mom and Dad, you're the best!), and especially to Dina for starting the crusade. A very special shout out to this inspriational and truly spectacular cast and creative team for making the dream come alive. Tim directed and wrote his first major production at age six, an adaptation of Rapunzel, which was presented in his livingroom in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. The Space at the Signature Theatre is slightly larger. He will have to make do.
Michael is thrilled to be making his Off-Broadway choreographic debut with Ghostlight at NYMF. He studied tap from the age of 11 with Rita Hamilton and soon moved on to study many other styles of dance. Michael is a graduate from Queens College where he earned his BA in Dance Performance and Choreography with Honors. He has had the privilege of studying with and performing works by Yin Mei, Jennifer Jessum, Te Perez, Marshall Davis Jr., Susan Matthews and Jacqui Malone. Michael is currently a jazz, tap and modern teacher in St. Alban’s NY. He is also a founding member and current Artistic Director of Collision Theory, a modern contemporary dance collective based out of L.I.C. NY. Michael would like to thank Dina & Elvin for their support, Matt & Tim for writing such a brilliant work, all of his friends (you know who you are) & “extended” family. He would especially like to thank his Tante for introducing him to the art of theatre, Mama for always believing in him and her endless support and his very special angel looking down upon him.
Matt is pleased to be joining the Ghostlight team for his first NYMF production. Broadway piano credits: The Book of Mormon and La Cage aux Folles. National tours: 9 to 5 and Jersey Boys. Matt is a recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a BFA in Music Direction.
David is happy to be back at NYMF with such a fantastic show! It's been an absolute pleasure to work with such a hard-working, passionate, delightful group of new friends on GHOSTLIGHT. He currently splits his time between coasts, working as a designer both in New York, and Los Angeles. NYC Credits: The Most Ridiculous Thing You’ve Ever Hoid- NYMF 2010. Gated, MITF 2011. Apollo and Daphne, Riverside Church. LA Credits: Silent Roar, El Portal Theatre (upcoming). THE PLAYGROUND, MET Theatre, (upcoming). Boomermania!, El Portal Forum Theatre. ELEVATOR, Hudson Mainstage Theatre/MACHA Theatre. Its Top Secret!, Noho Arts Center. Rocky Horror Show, Underground Theatre. Batboy, Whitefire Theatre. Frankie and Johnny…, Santa Monica Playhouse. Assistant: David Korins, (The Pee-Wee Herman Show, Godspell, Annie and Little Miss Sunshine: The Musical.) www.davidgoldsteindesigns.com
Brandalyn Fulton is very excited to be a part of this amazing production and NYMF! She has designed wigs and makeup for Glory Denied (Chelsea Opera), Die Fledermaus(New York University), A Funny Thing Happened…, CATS, Damn Yankees, and High School Musical (Music Theatre of Wichita); The Mikado (Michigan Shakespeare Festival); Our Lady of 125th St and The Changeling (University of Michigan Theatre Dept); Hairspray and Urinetown (Pioneer High School). She has served as a Wig & Makeup Supervisor or Staff Member at University of Michigan, The Juilliard School, and just finished an entire season at John Engeman Theater in Northport, NY (My Fair Lady, Sound of Music, Cabaret, Guys & Dolls, Hairspray). Off Broadway productions Brandalyn has recently worked on are The Metal Children (Vineyard Theatre), Danny & Sylvia; Fanny Brice (St. Luke’s Theatre), Yank! The Musical (York Theatre Company). You can find her doing makeup and hair several nights at Love, Loss, and What I Wore at the Westside Theater and very soon, makeup at The Lion King. When not in the theater, Brandalyn is on a tv set, photo shoot, doing makeup for special clients, or writing for her blog,www.bstandsforbeauty.com. Big thanks to Christianne Myers, The Juilliard School Professional Internship Program, Mark Adam Rampmeyer, Mom, Chris, and all her amazing friends. www.brandalynfultononline.com
is thrilled to be making her NYMF debut with Ghostlight! Allison graduated from Elegance International in Hollywood, where she studied special effects and television. Past make-up credits include: The Phantom of the Opera (Los Angeles); “Punk’d” (MTV); Runway Shows, Inc.; and Betsey Johnson. She also designed special effects make-up for the film Night of the Living Heads, which won the award for Best Horror Motion Picture at the New York Horror Film Festival last year. Allison has also done make-up for modeling shoots, weddings and headshots. She has worked for MAC Cosmetics for the past four years.
Stage Manager/ASM Credits: Haunted, Lingua Franca, My Wonderful Day, Liberty the Musical, Terre Haute, Freshly Tossed, Spin, The Hired Man, Damascus, Roller Derby, U.S. Drag, Blue Roads, Snapshots, Guilty, Bloodties, and This Won’t Take Long. Wardrobe Credits: The Best Is Yet To Come, The Cunning Little Vixen, The Flying Karamazov Brothers, Ailey II (Emilin Theatre), Naked Boys Singing, 666, The Toxic Avenger (NYC), Rock of Ages (Off-Bway), My First Time, Two Rooms, Bash’d: A Gay Rap Opera, Bill W. and Dr. Bob, Drumstick, How To Save The World and Find True Love In 90 Mins... among others.
is thrilled to be a part of the creative team for Ghostlight. This spring, she appeared in its first New York reading as well as the show's demo recording, and she is honored to help bring this wonderful show to NYMF. Cara holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from New York University. Favorite performance credits include Ragtime (Emma Goldman), Carousel (Nettie Fowler), Camelot (Lady Anne), Footloose (Vi Moore), and Sweeney Todd. Directorial credits include The King And I, Our Town, and Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Cara is ecstatic to be making theatre with some of her dearest friends; she would like to thank Matthew Martin, Tim Realbuto, and Elvin Roytman for letting her be a part of the follies, and of course, all of her amazing family and friends for their never-ending support and love.
is one who wears many hats. A Brooklyn native, he has been a lover of the theatre ever since his parents introduced him to the art form at the tender age of 9 with the very child-friendly Sisters Rosensweig. This love of the art translated into attending Murrow HS in Brooklyn, where he met and became best friends with one of the writers and the choreographer, and became involved with dozens of productions. He went on to graduate NYU, with honors, with a Bachelors of Music in Voice/Music Theatre and a minor in Dramatic Literature. Since graduation, he has danced, sang, and acted onstage in tours, regional productions and Off-Broadway, as well as dozens of movies and television shows; he is a proud member of SAG/AFTRA/EMC. He has taken a break from performing to pursue his passions on the other side of the curtain. He recently Technical Directed a season (under Cara Picone as Director) and started his own production and management company with NYU classmate Chris Massimine. He is happy to be completing his Festival Hat Trick (first the Fringe, then MITF, and now NYMF). He would like to thank Michael for his support and his lifeline ladies (Amanda, Cara & Natalie) for everything they do to bring a smile to his face at all times. Love/thanks to Mom & Dad. This one's for Baba Dora!
is a NYC-based commercial producing and theatrical management entity established in 2009 by Christopher Massimine and Elvin Roytman. Combined producing and management experiences span from festivals to regional enhancements through Off-Broadway theatrics with Broadway-bound productions in development. www.massiminroytmanpresentations.com.
1 - Prelude and Opening
Credit: The Company
2 - Everybody's Sweetheart
Credit: Rachael Fogle and Boys
3 - New York Is So Grand
Credit: Rachael Fogle and Dina Grilli
4 - He Laughs At My Jokes
Credit: Marisa Dargahi
5 - The Shepherd
Credit: Rachael Fogle
6 - You Once Had Music
Credit: Christina Sajous
7 - That's How I'll Remember You
Credit: Matt Leisy
8 - Conversations With Myself
Credit: Rachael Fogle, Marisa Dargahi and Tim Realbuto
9 - How Brief The Light
Credit: Rachael Fogle
Daisy Eagan, Michael Hayden, and Rachel York Step Into GHOSTLIGHT at NYMF Sept. 26
Ghostlight, the new musical exploring the seedy side of the Ziegfeld Follies, staring Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan, Tony Award nominee Michael Hayden and Drama Desk winner Rachel York, begins performances Sept. 26 as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Rachel York and Michael Hayden to star in Ghostlight at NYMF
Tony Award Nominee Michael Hayden (Carousel, Judgment at Nuremburg, “Murder One”) and Drama Desk Award winner Rachel York (Victor/Victoria, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) will star in the new musical GHOSTLIGHT, which will open on September 26th as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival.
TonyŽ Award winner Daisy Eagan joins the cast of Ghostlight at NYMF
Daisy Eagan, who is the youngest actress to ever win a Tony Award, will make her long awaited return to the New York stage in the new musical Ghostlight.