Julian Po

Book & Lyrics by Andrew Barrett, Music by Ira Antelis

Julian Po

at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre  [map]

  • Monday, July 8, 2013 at 7:00 pm
  • Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 5:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 5:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 9:00 pm

Julian Po is determined to end his life at the sea, until he finds himself stuck in the smallest, strangest town in middle America. While waiting for a connecting train, he makes friendships that start to sway him from his mission, with repercussions no one anticipated. This darkly humorous modern day myth is set to the quintessentially American sounds of pop, rock and bluegrass.

Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes with no intermission.

Andrew Barrett

Andrew Barrett (Book / Lyrics)

Andrew Barrett is a native New Yorker who completed his MFA at the Iowa Playwrights Workshop. Subsequently, he was selected by The Royal Court Theatre in London as the American playwright for their International Residency for Emerging Playwrights. His play and/or was presented in the New Works Now Festival at The Public Theater in NYC. That play was selected as the winner of Frank Basille Emerging New Playwright Competition at The Phoenix Theater in Indianapolis, IN. As a librettist, he wrote with his longtime composer/collaborator, Ira Antelis, Julian Po and they are currently developing a new musical based on the works of Kurt Vonnegut called Between Time and Timbuktu. Andrew was on the writing staff for the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated Showtime series, "Sleeper Cell." He developed and sold several original one-hour drama TV series with Mandalay Entertainment, Scarlett Fire and The Tommy Mottola Company. Andrew holds a BFA in musical theatre from The Boston Conservatory.



Ira Antelis

Ira Antelis (Composer)

Ira Antelishas enjoyed 25 years of success as a composer and a music producer.  He has written and produced songs for and worked with a wide array of artists such as Marc Anthony, Patti Labelle, B.B. King, Lifehouse, Etta James, Shawn Colvin, Cheap Trick, and many tribute records for the "House of Blues" label.  He wrote the music for Disney's 50th anniversary Remember the Magic and their millennium celebration Celebrate the Future sung by Enrique Iglesias and Christinia Aguilera at the Super Bowl.  Presently, his company Artists and Brands has partnered with McDonald's to find emerging new artists in a national talent competition.  Ira cofounded "Music Dealers" which has become one of the top music licensing companies in the US and has deals with MTV and Coca Cola.  Ira has written three stage musicals with his longtime collaborator Andrew Barrett including Julian Po and In Sarajevo. These works have been seen and lauded in New York, Chicago and Edinburgh, Scotland.   



Sean Cullen

Sean Cullen (Henry Leech)

Sean Cullen is a native of Buffalo, New York, and a graduate of Bishop Timon-St. Jude High School, St. Bonaventure University and the Yale School of Drama. As an actor, he has appeared in four Broadway productions (Golden Boy and Tony-winner South Pacific most recently, for director Bartlet Sher and Lincoln Center Theater); and at nearly twenty of America's leading regional theatres (BAM, Williamstown Theatre Festival and Hartford Stage, most recently). Cullen has also appeared in several feature films, including the Academy-Award-nominated Michael Clayton; and as a guest-star on several television series (recurring this fall on HBO's Boardwalk Empire). In addition to acting, Cullen is a playwright and songwriter. His first play, Safe Home, received critical praise and three extensions in its New York premier. The New York Times called the playwright "a master of the dialogue of the rapidly changing emotion." Cullen's first completed script, City High: Initiation, a television pilot for a dramatic series, co-created with Charles Schultz, was a finalist at the New Harmony Project. In 2011, Cullen was the recipient of his high school's first "Timon Center for Media & the Arts Distinguished Alumnus Award." In 2007, Seanreceived a Portland (OR) Drammy for Best Supporting Actor for his work as Tupolski in the Portland Center Stage production of The Pillowman directed by Rose Riordan. Cullen lives with his wife, Tess, in Brooklyn and Ulster County, New York.



Jon Fletcher

Jon Fletcher (Bobby)

Jon Fletcher is thrilled to be apart of Julian Po. Broadway: Bonnie and Clyde. Off-Broadway/New York: Giant (Public Theater); DonnyBrook (Irish Rep) Katie Roche; Wife to James Whelan (Mint Theater); Child's Christmas in Wales (Irish Rep); Fortress of Solitude (CTG); Irma La Douce. Nat'l Tours/regional: 25th Ann. Tour, Les Miserables; The Who's Tommy (Lyric, OKC). Film/TV: The Good Wife (CBS); Pan Am (ABC); Obsolete (Mightyhouse). Cheers to [INSERT NAMES HERE], I couldn't do it without you guys. @realjonfletcher



Malcolm Gets

Malcolm Gets (Pastor Bean)

New York credits: The Story of My Life, Polish Joke (Manhattan Theatre Club), Amour (Music Box), Boys and Girls (Playwrights Horizons), A New Brain and Hello Again (Lincoln Center), Merrily We Roll Along (York Theatre Co., Drama Desk nomination), Two Gentlemen of Verona (NYSF), The Boys from Syracuse (Encores!), The Moliere Comedies (Roundabout), Finian's Rainbow, Juno, and The Apple Tree (Encores!). Gets was acknowledged with an Obie for his combined work in the 1994-95 season. He was Richard, the tortured artist, on NBC's Caroline in the City. Films include Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, Love in the Time of Money, Adam and Steve, Sex and the City and HBO's Grey Gardens. Gets sings on many original cast CDs, including Barbara Cook's Mostly Sondheim, and The Journey Home, for PS Classics with John McDaniel as conductor. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Gets resides in New York.



Jason Gotay

Jason Gotay (Tom Potter)

Jason Gotay recently made his Broadway debut as Randall in the original company of Bring It On: The Musical! Currently appearing Off-Broadway as Jake in F#%king Up Everything at the Elektra Theater. Regional: Rent (Pioneer Theater Company, Westchester Broadway Theater), Shenandoah, The King and I. NY: Broadway's Rising Stars (Town Hall). Numerous concerts include 54 Below, Joe's Pub, Birdland, The Allen Room at Lincoln Center and Some Kind of Wonderful, his solo debut at (le) Poisson Rouge. BFA, Marymount Manhattan College.



Chad Kimball

Chad Kimball (Julian Po)

Chad Kimball received a Tony Nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical (Memphis), as well as Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Nominations. Other Broadway: John Lennon in Lennon, Milky-White in Into the Woods, The Civil War, Good Vibrations. Off Broadway: Director's Company: Murder in the First, Irish Rep: Finian's Rainbow, Playwright's Horizon: My Life with Albertine, and the 2000 revival of Godspell. Regional: Sweeney Todd, Baby, Little Fish. Film/TV: The Good Wife, Wallflowers, A Broadway Celebration: In Performance at the White House and numerous national commercials. Chad won the Bistro Award for his cabaret at ARS Nova, reprised later at Joe's Pub. He is a Graduate of The Boston Conservatory. More at www.chadkimball.com



Luba Mason

Luba Mason (Lilah Leech)

Broadway actress and jazz vocalist, Luba Mason is a "powerfully emotional song interpreter" (All Music Guide). Classically trained singer and pianist, Mason made her roots on the Broadway stage having starred in over 8 Broadway shows including Chicago (playing Velma opposite Brooke Shields' Roxy), Jekyll & Hyde, Paul Simon's The Capeman, How to Succeed in Business (w/ Matthew Broderick), Trevor Nunn's Sunset Blvd, the Tony Award winning musical The Will Rogers Follies directed by Tommy Tune, and co-starred opposite the legendary comedian Sid Caesar in Sid Caesar & Co. Luba has released two critically - acclaimed albums : Collage (PS Classics) and Krazy Love (Sunnyside Records), debuting her impressive song writing skills in a "cool Brazilian vibe". TV : Person of Interest, Law & Order, Raines, NYPD Blue. BFA in Drama at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and Circle In The Square Theater School. www.lubamason.com



Corbin Reid

Corbin Reid (Sarah)

Broadway: American Idiot (u/s Whatsername), Sister Act (Ensemble, u/s Deloris Van Cartier). Off-broadway: Rent (Joanne). National Tour: Xanadu (Erato). Regional: The Nightingale (La Jolla Playhouse), High School Musical (Theatre of the Stars), Grease, Hello, Dolly!, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (The Muny). Reading: Catch Me If You Can, The Princess and the Black Eyed Pea. Film: Ribbons (Pilar). Thank you to my friends, family, Nicolosi and Station 3. Go Blue! www.corbinreid.com



Issadora Tulalian

Issadora Tulalian (Izzy)

Issadora Tulalian has been performing professionally since the age of 6 and her theater credits include How the Grinch Stole Christmas as Cindy Lou Who at the Old Globe Theater which she later reprised in the Broadway Tour Production & LA Premiere  at the Pantages Theater opposite John Laroquette. Touring credits include the Asian tour of the King and I as Princess Ying. Regional credits include: Ngana in South Pacific at San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, Princess Ying in King and I at Lawrence Welk Theater, and Gretl in The Sound of Music. TV/Film credits: Fox's 'Til Death. Music/recording Credits: Nickelodeon's Playdate Theme Song. She has also appeared in numerous commercials and has modeled for International Campaign of Intel and Nationwide Campaign of Samsung in addition to numerous modeling campaigns and Runway shows. 



Kirsten Sanderson (Director)

Kirsten Sanderson has directed new works for the stage by Michael John LaChiusa, Craig Lucas, Shel Silverstein, Steven Schwartz and Blake Edwards, among others. Her work has been seen at The New York Shakespeare Festival, PS 122, Circle Rep, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Director's Company, The New York Theatre Workshop, The Blank Theatre Company, Theatreworks USA. Her long running Off Broadway production of Todd Robbin's Carnival Knowledge at Soho Playhouse was recognized as Best of the NY Fringe Festival in 2003 and was nominated for a 2004 Drama Desk Award. She directed the Obie Award winning original production of Michael John LaChiusa's First Lady Suite at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and the original production of his Lucky Nurse at Playwrights Horizons. She has served as Director in residence at New Dramatists, as Director of the Ensemble Studio Theatre's National Theatre Colony, and as Director of Musical Development for Metropolitan Entertainment. Kirsten has spent the last 17 years as a directing and producing associate to her mentor the late filmmaker Blake Edwards. She is currently the Director of New Works at the Blank Theatre in Hollywood.



Mark Hartman (Musical Director)

Broadway: Sondheim On Sondheim (Associate Conductor), Avenue Q (Assoc. Cond., later Music Director), 1776 (keyboard staff), Miss Saigon (keyboard staff).  Off-B'way/Regional: Silence! The Musical (Music Supervisor), A Christmas Carol (North Shore Music Theater - IRNE Award Nomination, Best Music Director), Guys and Dolls (Big League), Working (Broadway in Chicago, Old Globe, Asolo Rep), Grey Gardens (Cape Playhouse), Dear Edwina (DR2), Pippin (Goodspeed, Nat'l Tour), Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life (Assoc. Cond., Old Globe), Avenue Q (Assoc. Cond., Vineyard and New World Stages).  York Theater: I Remember Mama (dir. Michael Montel), The Baker's Wife (dir. Gordon Greenberg), Bajour (dir. Stuart Ross),Greenwillow (dir. Montel), NEO I.  Cast recordings: Silence! The Musical, Sondheim On Sondheim, Dear Edwina, After The Ball, Finian's Rainbow (Irish Rep),Avenue Q, NEO, Watch Your Step!, That's The Ticket!, Look Ma I'm Dancin'. Mark is the recipient of two MAC Awards and the Backstage Bistro Award for Music Direction.



Steve Cohen (Orchestrator)

Steve Cohen has supplied scores for the New York Philharmonic Brass Quintet, New York Pops Orchestra, the New York Choral Society, Radio City Music Hall, Maureen McGovern, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, the American Ballet Theater, the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, the Goldman Memorial Band, the Synergy String Quartet, Edwin F. Kalmus Publishers, and the PanAmericana Latin jazz band. Steve has done orchestrations for many musicals, including Kiki Baby (Grant Sturiale, co-orchestrator with Michael Starobin; New York Musicals Festival, NYC 2011, Honorable Mention for Outstanding Orchestration), Langston in Harlem (Walter Marks; Urban Stages, NYC 2010), Behind the Limelight, (Christopher Curtis; New York Stage and Film Festival, Powerhouse Theater) The Visit (Kander & Ebb, assisting Michael Gibson; Goodman Theater, Chicago, IL, 2001), Spittin’ Image (Stephen Weiner; Forum Theater, Metuchen, NJ 1994), and touring companies of Porgy and Bess, Crazy For You, Guys and Dolls, The Secret Garden and Beauty and the Beast.  http://stevecohenmusic.net/



Stephen Dobay (Scenic Design)

Theatre credits include: David Cromer's Our Town (Huntington and the Broad Stage), The Last Will (Abingdon), A Loss of Roses (Arkansas Rep), Bus Stop (Olney Theatre), Dublin by Lamplight (McCarter), Long Day's Journey into Night (York Shakespeare), Holy Crap (laMaMa), Blood Brothers, A Hard Wall at High Speed, The Pillowman (APAC), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (3STC). Opera credits include: Merry Wives of Windsor (upcoming), Don Pasquale, The Italian Girl in Algiers (Boston Midsummer Opera), The Play of Daniel (GEMS, the Cloisters), A Midsummer Night's Dream, Four Note Opera, Der Zwerg, L'Incoronazione di Poppea, L'Heure Espagnole (OperaHub), Rumelia (Juventas). He has worked as an assistant on the Broadway productions of Peter and the Starcatcher, Lysistrata Jones, Soul Doctor, and Wonderland. www.stephendobay.com



Lara de Bruijn (Costume Design)

The Two Character Play (New World Stages), The Reformed Drunkard and Travelers (59e59, Little Opera Theatre of New York), The Electric Lighthouse (The Flea), Transformations and l'Enfant et les Sortilleges (Boston Conservatory), Half 'n Half 'n Half (Merrimack Rep), Homestead Crossing (Berkshire Theatre Group & Portland Stages), Dylan (Do Not Go Gentle), Animal Love 1 (Charlene Kaye), Measure for Measure and Present Laughter (Peterborough Players), Threepenny Opera (Trinity Rep Consortium), Lysistrata (La MaMa). MFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. See more at laradawndesign.com.



Driscoll Otto (Lighting Design)

Driscoll is a New York based lighting and projections designer. Previous NYMF: Swing State, Groove Factory, My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, Twilight in Manchego, & Rainbow Around the Sun. NY & Off-Bway: The Realists (Here), The Steadfast (tbg), Holy Crap! (La Mamma), Spring Groove (Dixon Place), The Urban Dictionary Plays (Ars Nova), Long Day's Journey (Theatre Tow), Shoshana Bean: a Happening (Lincoln Center Jazz), Wit and Wisdom (DTW), insecticide (Brooklyn Lyceum), i have loved strangers (Ohio theatre/Williamstown Theatre Festival). Broadway Associate Designer: Ann, Evita, Elf, After Miss Julie, Race, & Rock of Ages. Regional Designs: Dallas Theatre Center, The Hangar Theater, Flatrock Playhouse, Reprise Theatre Company, Boise Contemporary Theatre, Shakespeare Dallas, The Zach Scott Theater, Alpine Theatre Project, Utah Festival Opera, Plano Repertory Theatre, Northern Stage, & Trinity Rep. MFA: NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Thanks and Love to my Wife Amy! http://www.LoneStarNYC.com



Theresa Flanagan (Stage Manager)

Theresa Flanagan has been a resident stage manager for the Off-Broadway company Transport Group since 2006. Other credits include work with Keen Company, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Urban Stages, Bay Street Theatre, Boomerang Theatre Co, Clubbed Thumb, NYMF, Fringe, Broadway Bares, and Rosie O'Donnell's Broadway Extravaganza at The Palace. She is also a Roundabout Teaching Artist in Residence. Wagner College Alum. Proud AEA member.



Tara Rubin (Casting Director)

Tara Rubin and her associates have been the casting directors for Mamma Mia!, Trevor Nunn's revival of Oklahoma!, David Henry Hwang's Flower Drum Song, Spamalot, Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, Jersey Boys, The Kennedy Center's Sondheim Celebration and Tennessee Williams Explored, Young Frankenstein, Shrek the Musical, Billy Elliot and the recent revivals of Promises, Promises and A Little Night Music. They have also been the New York casting directors for Imaginary Friends, The Farnsworth Invention, and The Country Girl.



Carl D. White/ Martian Entertainment (General Manager)

Martian Entertainment is a Tony Award ® - winning theatrical producing and general management company founded in 1997 by Carl D. White, and is owned by Mr. White and his business partner Gregory Rae. The highly experienced team at Martian includes Co-General Manager Lauren P. Yates Steven DeLuca as Head of E-Media and Marketing; Scott DelaCruz as Head of Production; Patrick King as Producing Associate/Executive Assistant; and Travis Huebel as Management Associate. Martian credits include: The Normal Heart; On A Clear Day You Can See Forever starring Harry Connick, Jr.; Priscilla, Queen of the Desert; The Best Man; Altar Boyz (NYC and 1st Nat'l tour); Rooms A Rock Romance; [title of show]; Immediate Family (Goodman Theatre); Naked Boys Singing! (Worldwide); Bare The Musical; The Musical of Musicals; and many other musicals and plays including Broadway, Off-Broadway, the West End, National and International touring productions.



Jacob S. Porter/ Retrop Productions (Executive Producer)

Retrop Productions was founded in the summer of 2011 with the mission to develop daring new musicals in an innovative way. Since its creation, Retrop Productions has produced several new works including Placebo by Danny Abosch, and Darling by Brett Ryback and Ryan Scott Oliver (produced in association with Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records). Recently Retrop Productions worked with James St. James author and basis for Party Monster, to develop an immersive club musical experience based on his life entitled Clubland, written by Andrew Barret Cox. Clubland made its premiere at the renowned American Repertory Theater's Oberon space to sold out audiences. In addition to developing new works, Jacob has a passion for directing and a love of applying to creative solutions to management practices. He has spent time working for SpotCo, 321 Theatrical Management and Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records. His mentors include Hal Prince and Kurt Deutsch.



Dr. Alan & Judi Altman (Producers)

Dr. Alan and Judi Altman have been involved in theatre for most of their adult lives, whether onstage, backstage, or financially up front. They have helped "give birth" to the Broadway productions of The Color Purple and the recent revival of Sweeney Todd (directed by John Doyle), as well as Trevor Nunn's London production of Porgy and Bess and the off-Broadway hit comedy Fully Committed. Of late, they have been involved with the transformation of Theatre Aspen into one of the leading regional theatres in the country. As the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, you can watch their sons Josh and Matt on Bravo's Million Dollar Listing, LA. Dr. Altman is one of the country's major experts on Menopause and Women's Sexual Function. He is a Consultative Gynecologist in Aspen, CO, after spending 35 years at Harvard Medical School. He is the co-creator of Hot Flash Havoc, a feature documentary movie about the misrepresentation of the results of a large and influential menopause study that caused millions of women to throw away their hormones. Alan and Judi will celebrate their 40th anniversary this December, and plan on many more curtain calls to come.



John and Kelly Waller (Producers)

John and Kelly Waller have been patrons of the arts in Chicago for many years, supporting organizations such as Victory Gardens, Northwestern University, Studio Be Productions and Gus Giordano Dance Company.  Kelly manages the family’s investments in their vineyards in Sonoma and Napa.  Previously, she worked at American Express for 13 years.  John is a Vice-Chairman in investment banking at Macquarie Capital.  He serves on the boards of Signature Bank (Chicago), Lancer Insurance Company, Unity Financial Insurance Company, Sacred Heart Schools, and the Alliance for Catholic Education (“ACE”) (University of Notre Dame).   He recently worked in Haiti with ACE as a consultant to rebuild the national Catholic school system after Haiti’s devastating earthquake.  John and Kelly share their passion for the arts with their four kids, who themselves participate in musical theatre, dance and improv.



Cheryl Sloane (Producer)

Cheryl Sloane worked for 12 years at The Second City in Chicago, IL, as General Manager and Producer and was a co-founder of The Second City Training Center. She has produced and general managed theatrical productions in various Chicago venues and served as the Director of Audience Development for the Auditorium Theatre Council. In addition, Cheryl has sat on several theatre boards. Cheryl served as Executive Director of Magic City, a program that produced a children's performing arts festival at Chicago's famed Navy Pier for two years and developed integrated arts programming in over 30 public schools and libraries. Currently, she is on the benefit committee of the Happiness Club and the board of The Moadon Kol Chadash and Chicago Improv Productions. Cheryl volunteers for the Women's Health Foundation and several other agencies that help women fulfill their potential.



Katie Sloan (Producer)

Katie Sloan is the Manager of Renewable and Alternative Procurement Policy at Southern California Edison. She and her team develop and coordinate policy positions on issues related to renewable and alternative power before state and federal regulatory agencies and legislatures. But what she really wants to do is direct. Katie is thrilled to fulfill a lifelong dream of being involved with commercial theatre by supporting these talented writers and their inspiring new musical.



Joel and Jennifer Allan (Producers)

Joel and Jennifer Allan are newlyweds who live in Los Angeles where they are long time supporters of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and more recently supporters of Dance at the Music Center. Both lawyers, Jennifer practices public interest law and Joel practices insurance defense law. Joel is also Vice President - Programming at Leo Baeck Temple in Los Angeles. After seeing a staged reading of Julian Po in Los Angeles, they quickly came on board to support Andrew, Ira and the rest of the cast and crew of this exciting new musical.



Jackie Garrido (Producer)

Jackie Garrido has an extensive background in training and development, working and consulting with Fortune 500 companies such as Facebook, Yahoo! Inc, and Nestle USA. Now, she also co-owns and manages, RocaBE Total Health- a company focused on changing the world one person's health at a time through nutrition, lifestyle education and support, and wellness programs. In addition, Jackie has volunteered throughout the US, Mexico, Central and South America, and Asia working with non-profit organizations such as Nutrition Education International in Afghanistan, YWCA in Pasadena, Heart to Heart and Feed the Children in Guatemala. She's thrilled to be a part of and get to share with a New York audience this important developmental stage for Julian Po.



Emily Maltby (Assistant Director)

Emily Maltby is an NYC-based director and choreographer. Recent credits include Ring of Fire (Milwaukee Rep), A Wind in the Willows Christmas (Two River Theater Co.), Eastland (Lookingglass Theater Co.), and Fiction in Photographs (New World Stages), as well as 42nd Street and Ragtime at Northwestern University. She has also worked with Stage Entertainment, Goodspeed Musicals, CAP21, and The Smithsonian Institute, where she created four musical pieces to commemorate the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt as part of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Born and raised in NYC, she is a proud Northwestern graduate.



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