Marry Harry

Book by Jennifer Robbins, Music by Dan Martin, Lyrics by Michael Biello

Marry Harry

at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre

  • Friday, July 19, 2013 at 8:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 1:00 pm
  • Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 9:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 1:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 5:00 pm

Chef Harry wants to leave his family’s failing restaurant but doesn’t want to break his dad’s heart. Sparks fly when the landlord’s daughter, Sherri, sees in Harry the potential man of her dreams -- but then things start moving much too fast. Can Harry stay true to himself without disappointing those he loves? With a healthy helping of humor and just the right amount of spice, Marry Harry provides a recipe for finding your path in life.

Running Time: 2 hours with intermission.

Jennifer Robbins

Jennifer Robbins (Book)

Jennifer Robbins has co-produced over twenty-five shows on and off Broadway, some of them award-winning musicals. The experience helped inform her work as bookwriter for Marry Harry. She has written several screenplays and co-wrote and produced the feature film Hudson River Blues. She is a member of the Broadway League and is on the Board of Directors of New York Stage & Film.

Michael Biello and Dan Martin

Michael Biello and Dan Martin (Music/ Lyrics)

Dan Martin (composer) and Michael Biello (lyricist) are life-partners and longtime collaborators. Their musical The Cousins Grimm was produced in Chicago following a developmental reading at NYMF and a workshop at the O’Neill. Breathe was produced in Chicago (After Dark Award) and many other US cities. Martin and Biello’s songs have been widely performed. Highlights: Table 3 – sung by Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba at Lincoln Center; You Do Not Know Me, nominated for a GLAMA Award for Best Theatre Song; The Dance, a film of which is in the permanent collection of MoMA. A recording of Table 3 by Tony nominee Erin Dilly is part of the BMI Workshop’s Podcast and Songbook. Their performance work has also been presented at American Opera Projects, New Dramatists, The Century Center, HERE, BAX, and PS 122; in Philadelphia at The Harold Prince Theatre, the Painted Bride, and the Walnut Street Theatre 5; in Miami at City Theatre; in DC at DCAC; in Provincetown at the UU Church; and in San Francisco at the People's Theater Coalition. Current projects include In My Body, a concept musical about body image, and Papa’s Prince, an animated film.

Jenna Dallacco

Jenna Dallacco (Woman #1)

Jenna Dallacco is more than thrilled to be returning to the NYMF in Marry Harry. New York: Cruel Shoes (NYMF ’12), Broadway by the Year: 1961, ’72, ’75, and ‘87 (Town Hall), Saltzman & Cunnigham’s Queen Esther (originated title role), The Johnny (Fringe NYC) Obama in Naples (June Havoc Theatre). Cabaret: Broadway Ballyhoo at Feinstein’s at the Regency and Too Legit to Quit at the Laurie Beechman. Regional: Oliver! and The Christmas Inn (Westchester B’way Theatre) The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe (TheatreworksUSA), Willy Wonka (Sandbox Theatre). Graduate of NYU Steinhardt, and proud member of Actor’s Equity. Love to all.

Cameron Folmar

Cameron Folmar (Manolo / Others)

Broadway: The 39 Steps. Off Broadway: Five by Tenn (NY Drama League Nominee for Outstanding Performance 2004), The 39 Steps, The Merchant of Venice, Jew of Malta, Waiting for Godot. Regional: Scapin (Denver Center), The Tempest (McCarter Theatre), Don Juan(Seattle Rep), An Ideal Husband, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King Lear, Timon of Athens (The Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC). TV:  “Law and Order: CI, Convictions”. Voice of Genn Greymane in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. Graduate of the Juilliard School.

Annie Golden

Annie Golden (Debby)

Annie Golden considers herself the illegitimate child of the legitimate theatre, having been discovered on the Bowery fronting a rock band and cast by Milos Forman as Jeannie in Hair, the 1978 film. Some Broadway credits include: Xanada, The Full Monty, Ah! Wilderness. Also was Sondheim’s original Squeaky Fromme in Assassins (Playwrights Horizons). Numerous Film/TV credits—just wrapped shooting season 1 of Orange Is The New Black for Lionsgate/Netflix which will be available June, 2013. Visit her facebook fan page to keep up!

Philip Hoffman

Philip Hoffman (Big Harry)

10 original Broadway casts including Into the Woods (1987), Falsettos,  Fiddler on the Roof (2004), Is There Life After High School?, The Scarlet Pimpernel and A Catered Affair. Off-Broadway credits range from All in the Timing to Yiddle with a Fiddle. Elsewhere: Speed-the-Plow (Charlie Fox), Angels In America: Perestroika (Roy Cohn), The Winter’s Tale (Autolycus), Bat Boy (Dr. Parker)National tour of Titanic. Television: “Law and Order”, “Blue Blods”“666 Park Avenue”, “Deadline”. Recordings include Broadway cast albums, Merrily We Roll Along (1994), Jekyll & Hyde: The Complete Work and others.

Rod Lawrence

Rod Lawrence (Man #1)

Rod Lawrence is super stoked to be returning to NYMF after playing Jim Marcel in Central Avenue Breakdown last year. He is currently in a life-long, on-going love affair with his guitar, listening, creating and art. Favorite credits include: Youth in Passing Strange (Playhouse Square), Buddy/Snake in the regional premiere of Suzan-Lori Parks' Book of Grace (CPT), Jeff Bowen in the regional premiere of [title of show] (Playhouse Square), Mr. Black in Lippa's The Wild Party, and the roles of Simon/Rex/Jesse in Tanya Barfield's Blue Door, Baldwin-Wallace Music Theatre. Endless love & gratitude to the dopest mom in the world, Angie D, Older Rod (pops), Evan, Shelby, Aunt C&B, Cousins, Gma, Vicky, Scott, random NY street prayer givers, Mary Harry Team, awesome friends, and JWW. 

Jillian Louis

Jillian Louis (Sherri)

Jillian Louis is delighted to be in Marry Harry again! Jillian has performed in lots of NYC and regional theaters, once in the UK, and this is her fifth NYMF production. Jillian can be seen playing dippy supporting screwballs in the new series "Wallflowers" and upcoming feature Mount Joy, and is currently writing a short story collection and two musicals with a bunch of amazing folks. Thanks a million to this beautiful team and all my love to Keith. Please come visit at!

Kate Rigg

Kate Rigg (Ping)

Upon graduation from the acting program at Juilliard, Kate moonlighted in comedy clubs and spoken word speak-easies around New York. Since then, she has headlined at the Vancouver Comedy Festival, The Montreal Comedy Festival, The Perth International Festival and clubs around the country. With special invited performances at The Smithsonian Institute, Museum of Natural History, Comedy Central Theater, and LA Grand Performances. Kate is the lyricist/vocalist for Slanty Eyed Mama. Off Broadway: The Jammer (Atlantic), BFE (Playwrights Horizons),The Vagina MonologuesDogeaters (NYSF), Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (NYTW). Regional: LAsiansSez She (Mark Taper Forum/CTGLA), As You Like It (Playmaker's Rep), Wilder Rediscovered (ATL). Film: That’s What She SaidRace Is the PlaceThe Naughty Show. TV: “Law & Order SVU,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order C.I.,” “Family Guy,” “The Dr. Phil Show” (comedy correspondent), “Women of Comedy" (Comedy Central), “Comedy Now!,” “VH1′s Awesomely Bad,” “One Night Stand Up.”

Robb Sapp

Robb Sapp (Little Harry)

Credits include Shrek (Pinocchio, Broadway), Wicked (Boq, Broadway), The Lion King (Ed, Las Vegas),  Happiness(Mick Jagger, Lincoln Center),  Zanna, Don’t! (Tank, cast recording), Johnny Guitar (Turkey, cast recording), Enter Laughing (Marvin, cast recording), Saturday Night Fever (First National), Happy Days (Chachi, Paper Mill), Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas (Wendell, Goodspeed), Doctor Zhivago (London, concert reading), Martin in The Single Girl’s Guide (Capital Rep), as well as numerous workshops, readings and regional theatres across the country. Robb holds a BFA from Syracuse University and co-founded the Brooklyn-based creative studio Dirty Sugar. 

Jane Summerhays

Jane Summerhays (Francine)

Broadway: The Wild Party (Public Theatre/NYSF), The Real Inspector Hound, Taking Steps, Lend Me a Tenor, Me and My Girl (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award), Sugar Babies, A Chorus Line (also London). National Tours: Sugar Babies, Nash at Nine, Oh Kay!  Off Broadway/Regional: A Loss of Roses, Bus Stop, Noel and Gertie, On Approval, Paris Lights, Follies, Anyone Can Whistle, amongst others. TV: (includes) "Sex and the City," "Ed," "Law & Order," "Working it Out," "The Cosby Mysteries," New York News, Kennedy Center Honors. Indie Films: This Train, Back Seat, Scott Free, Eva. Founding Director/Broadway Musical Project Tel Aviv/New York.

Katie Zaffrann

Katie Zaffrann (Woman #2)

New York: Marry Harry (Amas Musical Theatre), String (New Dramatists), A Christmas Carol (Variations Theatre Group), Emerging Artists Theatre, Midtown Int’l Festival, Downtown Urban Festival, and more. Regional credits include john and jen and Grey Gardens (freeFall Theatre), A Cappella Humana (Delaware Theatre Co.), Almost, Maine (Chenango River Theatre), Miracle on 34th St. (John W. Engeman Theater), and a summer season at Shakespeare & Co. Her short film Naked, a musical romp about living life to the fullest (au naturel), is on its way to the festival circuit.

Jeremy Clayton

Jeremy Clayton (Reeds)

Jeremy Clayton received his double BA in music and dance from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. His touring credits include Oklahoma!, Happy Days: The Musical, The Drowsy Chaperone and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical. Off-Broadway credits include the recent revival of Passion at Classic Stage Company, Take Me Along, New Girl in Town, Once Upon a Time in New Jersey, Tell Me on a Sunday, Side Show and The Toymaker. He can be heard on the original cast recordings of Anne of Green Gables (Ford/Cryer) and Fitz & Walloughs Get It in the End!, as well as the upcoming cast recording of Classic Stage Co.’s Passion. In addition to performing, Jeremy is also a freelance designer, vocal coach and director. Proud member of Local 802 American Federation of Musicians.

Vivian Israel

Vivian Israel (Cello)

Vivian Israel started her musical studies with the world acclaimed violinist/violist Theodore Israel. In music and art she received the Hammarschlag Music Award. In Purchase Vivian continued her studies with Harvey Shapiro and George Ricci. At age 21 she was offered the position of principal cellist and musical advisor with the Haifa Symphony in Israel where she also performed as soloist with the orchestra and recorded with Pinchas Zuckerman. Vivian has appeared with Luther Vandross, Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Stevie Nicks, Art Garfunkel, and Don Henley. She played in Les MisérablesCarouselRagtimeThe Boy from Oz, with Hugh Jackman, La Cage Aux FollesGypsy, and West Side Story.

Kent Nicholson

Kent Nicholson (Director)

Kent Nicholson recently directed How to Write a New Book for the Bible by Bill Cain for South Coast Repertory, Berkeley Repertory, and Seattle Repertory theaters. Other credits include Saint Ex for The Weston Playhouse and two ten-minute plays for The Actors Theater of Louisville Humana Festival, 9 Circles by Bill Cain, Small Tragedy by Craig Lucas, Satellites by Diana Son, Five Flights and Swimming in the Shallows by Adam Bock. Musicals he has directed include productions of Grey GardensJacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, and Long Story Short. A noted developer of both new plays and musicals, he currently serves as the Director of Musical Theater and Literary Associate at Playwrights Horizons in New York.

Wendy Seyb

Wendy Seyb (Choreographer)

The Pee Wee Herman Show (Broadway/HBO), The Toxic Avenger Musical (Lortel, Callaway, DORA nominations), Myths and Humns, Yeast Nation, Click Clack Moo (Lortel nomination). Wendy has choreographed for Disney Theatrical Productions, Nickelodeon, SeaWorld; and through her company, EveryDayMan Adventures, has created over 20 dance comedies. Wendy is a recipient of the Golden Nose Award for her dance comedy Super Novas; and is an alumna of Dancebreak and Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. Most recently, she completed her first dance comedy short called Catch; and is currently working on a feature film and creating a dance comedy series.

Christopher McGovern

Christopher McGovern (Music Director)

Writing credits: "Let The Memories Begin" (Disney), Lizzie Borden (Goodspeed Musicals), Dr. Radio, Cagney (Carbonell), Backwards in High Heels (many LORT productions), many others. CD Producer/Original Songs: Gilles Chiasson (Slow Down), and Tony nominees Rebecca Luker (Leaving Home), Susan Egan (Coffee House, Winter Tracks and Live), and Alison Fraser (Men in My Life). Inter/National: The Presidents w/Rich Little (PBS & tour), Lion King (Disney/HongKong), Aladdin, and composer/lyricist for Mickey’s Dream Company (Tokyo/Disney). Concerts: Tony winners Heather Headley and Rupert Holmes, Susan Egan ,Gregg Edelman, Christiane Noll. Off-Broadway: Ionescopade, Two by Two (w/ Jason Alexander & Tovah Feldshuh), Still Getting My Act Together, That’s Life, Jazz Singer, Sheba, Breathe, Fishkin Touch. Regional: Next to Normal, Jolson at the Winter Garden, Last Five Years, Spitfire Grill, Dream a Little Dream, HairPajama Game, {title of show}, Beehive, Joseph, World Goes 'Round, Little Shop, Tommy, Godspell, and many others. Love to legal spouse Mark.

Martin T. Lopez

Martin T. Lopez (Scenic / Costume / Props Designer)

Martin T. Lopez is a NYC based scenic and costume designer. Recent work includes set and costume design for Baby Case at the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2012, which won six NYMF awards including honorable mention for excellence in production design and “Best of the Fest”. Upcoming projects include set designs for Lucia di Lammermoor and H.M.S. Pinafore for Opera Saratoga’s 2013 season. He was one of six designers chosen as a recipient in the 2004 NEA/TCG Career Development Program, and together with frequent collaborators, director Lawrence Edelson and lighting designer Joshua Epstein, Martin was one of the first winners of the Opera America Director/Designer Showcase, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Grant W. S. Yeager (Lighting Design)

New York: Now.Here.This. (Vineyard Theatre); Between Worlds (New York Stages); Chimichangas and Zoloft (Atlantic Theatre Company); Love Child (New World Stages); repertory designer of the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2009-2012; designer for the New York Pops Orchestra 2012-2013 Season, and over 25 concerts and events at Carnegie Hall. Regional/Int'l: Joseph... (Dallas Theater Center); ...Judas Iscariot (Yale Dramatic Association); Soul Doctor (Parker Playhouse); Backwards in High Heels (Cleveland Playhouse); Vices (Theatre Aspen); Academy (Maltz Jupiter Theatre); Mormons... (Barrington Stage); Siudy Entre Mundos (Teatro Teresa Carreño, Venezuela); Central Avenue Breakdown (Suseong Artpia, Korea), The Tempest (Bermuda Arts Festival).

Carl Casella (Sound Design)

Carl Casella has worked as an audio designer, engineer, and producer in some of New York’s busiest recording studios and live venues in a career spanning more than thirty years, but his passion is designing sound for original musicals. A member of Sound Associates Inc., his Broadway and off-Broadway credits include:  One Night With Janis Joplin, Triassic Parq; Relatively Speaking; Baby it’s You!; The City Club; Silence! The Musical; Story of My Life; Unchain My Heart: The Ray Charles Musical; American Buffalo; A Tale of Two Cities; Xanadu; A Moon for the Misbegotten; My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy!; Ring of Fire; Sly Fox; Little Shop of Horrors; A Raisin in the Sun; Sexaholix; and Adult Entertainment.

Robert Wagt (Artwork)

Dutch-born painter and illustrator Robert Wagt has worked in Berlin, Milan and Paris, and is currently in the USA working from Nyack, New York. Robert and his wife, also an accomplished artist, have one daughter. As an illustration artist, Robert Wagt is widely acknowledged for his creativity and unique style, and has enjoyed an international reputation for more then 25 year.

Meghan Fisher

Meghan Fisher (Stage Manager)

Joined AMAS Musical Theatre for the first time with Hello, Dolly! Originally from New Hampshire Meghan made her way down the coast to Boston, Philadelphia, New Jersey and now New York. She holds an MFA in stage management from Rutgers. Some of her credits include: Marry Me a Little, Sofie Tucker: The Last of the Red Hot Mamas, Idols of the King, and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Howie Cherpakov

Howie Cherpakov (Casting Director)

Broadway: Next Fall (2010 Artios Nomination), The SeafarerCoram BoyChicagoAnnie Get Your Gun. National Tours: Dirty DancingChicago (7 National & International Companies), South Pacific. Off-Broadway/Regional: New York Stage & Film (five Seasons), Fault Lines (2009 Artios Award), Ahrens’ & Flaherty’s The Glorious Ones (Lincoln Center Theatre), Abraham Lincoln’s Big Gay Dance Party (Acorn), This Isn’t Romance (Soho Theatre-London),Rock Doves & A Tribute to Brian Friel (Irish Arts Center), The Opposite of Sex (Magic Theatre), FlightIn This House (Melting Pot Theatre Co.) This Is Our Youth. Member: Casting Society of America.

Starry Night Productions / Donna Trinkoff

Starry Night Productions / Donna Trinkoff (General Manager)

Donna Trinkoff is the artistic producer of Amas Musical Theatre, a non-profit performing arts organization in NYC. Musicals: The Other Josh Cohen (Lucille Lortel Nomination Best Musical), Triassic Parq: The Musical, Aesop & Co, Signs, Wanda’s World (Lucille Lortel Nomination Best Musical), Shout! The Mod Musical, Lone Star Love, Stormy Weather: The Lena Horne Story, Zanna, Don’t!, Langston Hughes' Little Ham, 4 Guys Named Jose and over 75 musicals for the Amas Musical Theatre Lab. Artistic Associate of the Cabaret and Performance Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre in CT. Member: League for Professional Theatre Women. 1998 New York Municipal Art Society Award of Merit and 2003 Galaxy Award from the NY Women's Association.

Matt Schicker

Matt Schicker (Producer's Representative)

Matt Shicker has shepherded more than 40 musicals and plays since 2002 as producer and consultant. Current projects include LMNOP (Goodspeed Musicals Summer 2013, dir. Joe Calarco), Got To Be ThereLiberty SmithOpa! The Musical (dir. Dan Knechtges), Pooch (dir. Gabriel Barre), and From the Fire, among others. He was co-producer of the original musical Yank!, which had a hit run Off-Broadway in 2010 at The York Theatre Company, and received workshops co-produced with the Roundabout Theatre Company and The Old Globe Theatre in 2011 (dir. David Cromer). As Producer for East of Doheny Productions, Matt previously collaborated with Goodspeed Musicals on the August 2010 production of the new musical Radio Girl (dir. Christopher Gattelli). Formerly Producing Artistic Director of Playhouse on the Green (CT); Membership Director of National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT) 2005-2008; Producer for The Gallery Players Theatre (Brooklyn) 2003-2008; Communications Officer at The Juilliard School 1999-2004.

Kristin Goehling

Kristin Goehling (Assistant Stage Manager)

This is Kristin's first production with the NYMF. She began her production work here in New York at Ars Nova (ANT Festival, Core ValuesTravis). She rocks her nerdsoul as an assistant for Nick Blaemire & The Hustle. She assisted the run of Joe Iconis & Family shows at 54 Below. She works as a performance photographer ( and has been featured on Other regional production credits include Ordinary Days, Yo Vikings!, Glory Days, and The Last Five Years.

Steven Cardona

Steven Cardona (Assistant Choreographer)

Steven Cardona is a Disney Teaching Artist for Disney Theatrical Group where he teaches choreography from the Broadway shows Newsies and The Lion King. Other assistant choreographic credits include Murder for Two (Second Stage), Yeast Nation (NYC Fringe), Happy Hunting (York Theater), Virtually Me (national tour). Life of an Actress (feature film). BFA from The Boston Conservatory.

Josh Iacovelli

Josh Iacovelli (Production Supervisor)

Josh Iacovelli is originally from NJ just outside of Philadelphia. He has a BA from Stockton College with focus in acting and directing. He later attended the Actors Studio Drama School where he received his MFA in acting. Josh has successfully produced for television, theatre and film. He has been the production manager for such hits as Michael Birbiglia's Sleepwalk with Me (Bleeker Street Theatre),the smash hit Silence! The Musical (Theatre 80). He has also designed sets and lights for numerous Off-Broadway shows. Recent designs include: It's Just Sex, Cuff Me, Unbroken Circle, Sistas the Musical, Cougar the Musical, The Wizard of Song, My Big Gay Italian Funeral, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Black Angels Over Tuskeegee, Zero Hour (St. Clements Theatre and DR2).

Springer Associates PR / Joe Trentacosta

Springer Associates PR / Joe Trentacosta (Public Relations)

Spring Associates PR is a full service entertainment PR firm founded by the late John Springer. The principal of the company is Gary Springer (ATPAM), with associates Joseph Trentacosta (ATPAM). For over 40 years Springer Associates PR has and continues to manage a wide and diverse clientele ranging from theatre and film to personalities and events. Under John Springer, Springer Associates represented many theatre, film and television personalities including Al Pacino, Mia Farrow, Ed Harris, Myrna Loy, Shelley Winters, Sally Kirkland, Dustin Hoffman, Lauren Bacall, Jamie Sheridan, Maureen Stapleton, Harry Belafonte, Carrie Fisher, Robert Merrill, Janet Leigh, Maureen O'Sullivan, Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Henry Fonda, Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, Marlene Dietrich, Robert Preston, Bette Davis, Warren Beatty, Julie Christy, Joan Crawford and many, many others.

Jonathan Bach

Jonathan Bach (Intern)

Jonathan Bach is a native New Yorker. Jonathan is a stage manager who has spent the last year shadowing stage managers on and off-broadway on shows such as: Wicked, Evita, Once, Chaplin, Rent, and Voca People. Jonathan was a member of the TADA! Resident Youth Ensemble for 8 years. Throughout those years, Jonathan acted, sung, danced, studied lighting design, and stage management. Jonathan lives in Brooklyn and currently attends Brooklyn Friends School in downtown Brooklyn where he has stage managed shows such as: Once Upon A Mattress, Joseph...Technicolor Dreamcoat, and various Tennessee Williams one acts.

Tim O

Tim O'Hara (Intern)

Tim O'Hara is a junior in the Music Performance Program at NYU. An actor as well as a musician and composer, he has been performing on, behind, and below the stage since the age of 9. Roles include the Tinman in The Wizard of Oz, Charles Guiteau in Assassins, and The Composer in the world premiere of Inspiration Is. As an upright bassist he has played with numerous orchestras and ensembles, performing in such venues as Carnegie Hall and NJPAC. When not on stage, Tim writes music for theater and rocks out with his awesome band, The Pretzel Club.

Nina Strelov

Nina Strelov (Intern)

This is Nina's first time being a Production Assistant after starting her work in the theatre industry as a talent scout at Davenport Theatrical Productions.  As a passionate theatre enthusiast, she is very excited to work with a NYMF show for the first time!

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"It's an endearing little tuner ... sweet.... it could be one of those shows that is a hit at regional and community theaters. Off-Broadway is also a possibility." - Huffington Post

"Fun at moments, soaring at others or tugging at the heartstrings we care about these two people who are looking for a new life and new answers … The songs delineate character with wit and melody - with an original voice emanating as one by these two life partners - Martin and Biello." - Talk Entertainment

"Jillian Louis has the perfect combination of neurosis and vulnerability and is absolutely outstanding."  -

"Jillian Louis is a star. She radiates sincerity, vulnerability, humor, spunkiness, a quirky charm, confidence and warmth with a glorious voice." - Talk Entertainment

"Robb Sapp radiates innocent charm, blending sincerity with comic awkwardness." -

"Annie Golden is a lot of fun as the aggrieved girlfriend." - New York Post

"Cameron Folmar portrays a quartet of characters with élan." - Talk Entertainment 

"Kate Rigg is excellent as Ping." - Talk Entertainment

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