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210 Amlent Avenue

Book by Becky Goldberg; Music and Lyrics by Karl Hinze

210 Amlent Avenue

at The Studio Theatre at Theatre Row  [map]

  • Monday, July 14, 2014 at 4:00 pm
  • Monday, July 14, 2014 at 8:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 19, 2014 at 1:30 pm

Secrets, loss, desire... Welcome to the Hamptons.

Welcome to the Hamptons. Guests are gathering in the summer sun at 210 Amlent Avenue, a regal beachfront property, to visit retired actress Mrs. Jordan, and to pay their respects to her recently-deceased husband, the famous Broadway director. Everything changes when Judah, a young friend of the family, shows up seeking answers about his own dead parents. Attractions form, schemes intersect, secrets are revealed, and no one will get away unchanged.

Please note: Platinum or Diamond Members and Patrons may book tickets online after June 2. Tickets will be released to the general public 48 hours prior to curtain on an as-available basis.

Running Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes

Becky Goldberg

Becky Goldberg (Book)

Becky Goldberg holds an MFA in Dramaturgy from Stony Brook University. She is on the faculty at both Stony Brook University and Suffolk County Community College. She is currently writing the book of a musical entitled 210 AMLENT AVENUE, with composer Karl Hinze. Her shorter plays have been featured in several reading series, and been finalists in multiple competitions. Her other recent production experience includes dramaturging José Rivera's Marisol, David Lindsay-Abaire's Rabbit Hole, and Kenneth Longergan's This Is Our Youth.



Karl Hinze

Karl Hinze (Music/Lyrics)

Karl Hinze (www.karlhinze.com) is a music director, vocal coach, arranger and accompanist in and around New York. As a composer, he has penned songs for productions of Brecht's A Man's A Man, Euripides' Alcestis, and Lorca's Yerma. He is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. Recent collaborations include 210 AMLENT AVENUE, a new musical with playwright Becky Goldberg, and Are They Edible?, an experimental puppet show by Jeanette Yew. He has also directed productions of Urinetown, Yerma, and Antigone. Karl holds an MA from Stony Brook University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Music Composition there.



Lisa Birnbaum

Lisa Birnbaum (Sarah)

Lisa Birnbaum is so thrilled to be a part of 210 AMLENT AVENUE! Favorite Recent Theatre Credits include Off-Broadway: F#%king Up Everything, Abraham Lincoln’s Big Gay Dance Party, Lizzie Borden, Man of Rock, The Charms Wound Up, My Name is Yin, I'm Getting My Act Together... Regional: The Moscows of Nantucket (Theatre Workshop of Nantucket), Italian American Reconciliation (The Longwharf), The Cry of the Reed (The Huntington), Taming of the Shrew (The Shakespeare Theatre of DC), Alls Well That Ends Well (Yale Rep), Anything Goes, and Romeo and Juliet (Williamstown). TV/Film credits include Deception, Law & Order, Guiding Light, What Would You Do, Callie Wants a Solo, and look out for the upcoming Two Black Dudes webseries! Training: MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama. Find out more at lisabirnbaum.com!



Jason Gotay

Jason Gotay (Judah)

Jason Gotay is thrilled to be returning to NYMF this year after appearing in last year's Julian Po. Last seen off-Broadway in The Anthem at the Lynn Redgrave Theater. Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark (Peter Parker/Spider-Man), Bring It On: The Musical (Randall, OBC/National Tour). Other off-Broadway: F#%king Up Everything (Jake, Elektra Theater). Love and thanks to this team, SMS, family, friends.



Jasmine LaRocca

Jasmine LaRocca (Leslie)

Jasmine is pleased to perform for the first time at the New York Musical Theatre Festival in 210 AMLENT AVENUE. She is currently a Suffolk County Community College student studying Theatre. She has performed roles in community theatre productions of The Magic Toyshop, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Jasmine would like to thank her parents for all their support throughout the years and the production staff of 210 AMLENT AVENUE for this amazing opportunity.



Jillian Louis

Jillian Louis (Claire)

TV/Film: Louie, Mount Joy, Wallflowers. NY: Off-Broadway: Soul Doctor, NYMF (Outstanding Performance winner, ’12 and ’13), Ars Nova, Theatre for the New City, The York, Amas, TheatreWorks. Regional: Walnut Street, Denver Center, St Louis Rep, North Shore, etc. Favorite new role: Mrs. Varney!!!! Please come visit JillianLouis.com!



Robin Skye

Robin Skye (Mrs. Jordan)

Broadway and National Tours - Parade, Cyrano The Musical, Les Miz (three companies), Sunset Blvd, The Big Band Years. Off-Broadway - Southern Comfort, Cactus Flower, The Butter and Egg Man, The Piper, Tim and Scrooge, A Doll's Life, Mata Hari, The Wizard of Oz (Avery Fisher Hall). Regional Theater - Barrington Stage, Williamstown, The Eugene O'Neil, Goodspeed, Hartford Stage, Pennsylvania Center Stage, others. Film - Beautiful Creatures, Freedom Writers, Living Out Loud, The Drummer, The Heartbreaker, Split Ends. T.V. - The Tony Awards, The Divide, The Wire, Third Watch, The Wizard of Oz, The National Anthem at Wrigley Field, In Living Color. Robin's song "With You," co-written with Randy Redd, can be heard in the new animated, 3D movie Postman Pat. Robin's album House of Love is available on iTunes and Amazon.com.



Justin Stephon Trice

Justin Stephon Trice (Nick)

Justin is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut!! Credits include The John W. Engeman Theatre, Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Virginia Repertory Theatre, and Trumpet in the Land. He would like to give a special thanks to all of his friends and family for their constant support!! www.justinstephontrice.com



Keith Varney

Keith Varney (Murphy)

AS ACTOR: I Got Fired (NYMF, DIMF, Best Leading Actor – DIMF), Les Miserables, The Producers, The Full Monty, Titanic (National Tour). AS WRITER: Book, Music, & Lyrics for I Got Fired (NYMF Next Link, DIMF, Best Foreign Musical (DIMF), 2010 Theater for the American Musical Prize, 2011 DIMF Production Award); Elway: The Musical; Book, Co-Music, Co-Lyrics The Other Sex; Music & Lyrics for Joshua: The Musical (as Theo Carver) & Scooby Dooscial. Songs written for Submissions Only, See You Lighter. TRAINING: BM (Voice) Eastman School of Music. Love to my wife (on and off stage!) Jillian. www.keithrvarney.com



Samantha Saltzman (Director)

Directing credits include: Madam Fury's Traveling Show, MTA Cabaret (Barrington Stage), 10 Minute Musicals (Barrington Stage), Set Break, Zuly, Music of Jeff Thomson, the 2012 NYMF Hub concert series (In My Other Life, What's Next?, NBS Reunion Concert, Pride on Broadway), Composers Sing Composers, In Trousers, No Moves Back, No More Waiting and Line. Associate and Assistant directing credits: Sarah Brightman's Dreamchaser World Tour, Musical Celebration of Broadway Honoring Neil Patrick Harris, On the Town (Barrington Stage), Southern Comfort (Barrington Stage), An Iliad (Off-Broadway Tour), Pump Up the Volume (Joe's Pub), Man of Rock (NYMF), Trails (NYMF), Jawbreaker, Killing John Grisham (FringeNYC). Production credits: Rock of Ages (Broadway and Off-Broadway), Fat Camp (Off-Broadway), See Rock City (Off-Broadway), The Story (Playhouse on the Square). Drama League Directing Fellow. www.samanthasaltzman.com



Ming Aldrich-Gan (Musical Director)

Ming Aldrich-Gan has been the music director and pianist for many new musicals including Spandex (Off-Broadway), Marry Harry (Hamilton Stage), Songs For A More Funnier World (NYMF), Bradley Cole (FringeNYC), and Natalie Lovejoy's Deployed (Off-Off-Broadway & 54 Below concert, not to be confused with the show titled Deployed that is being produced at NYMF this year). He just completed his first year as a composer at the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. He has bachelor's degrees in piano performance, computer science, and mathematics from Bard College & Conservatory of Music, where he also spent a year as a Collaborative Piano Fellow, working with students of the Graduate Vocal Arts Program directed by Dawn Upshaw. Love to Margaret, her parents, and Mom & Dad.



Driscoll Otto (Lighting Designer)

This spring Driscoll had his Metropolitan Opera debut with La Donna de Lago. Off-Broadway Driscoll recently designed Under My Skin. Other venues in NYC include Ars Nova, The Mint, The Ohio, La Mamma, Lincoln Center Jazz, & Gotham Chamber Opera. Driscoll’s work is seen frequently in regional opera & theatre. Recently he designed The Colored Museum at The Huntington Theater Company, Next to Normal at Baltimore’s Center Stage, and The Barber of Seville at Philadelphia Opera. Other companies include NC Opera; Virginia Opera, Dallas Theatre Center; Dallas Opera, Houston Shakespeare Festival; Trinity Repertory Theatre; The Hangar Theater; Flatrock Playhouse; Utah Festival Opera and productions of Legally Blonde and Rock of Ages for Norwegian Cruise Lines. MFA NYU Tisch School of the Arts. His portfolio can be viewed athttp://www.LoneStarNYC.com



07/31/2014 - BroadwayWorld.com - BWW Interviews: A Chat With Playwrights Karl Hinze and Becky Goldberg

07/16/2014 - Dan's Papers - New Musical ’210 Amlent Avenue’ Brings Hamptons Drama Alive

07/09/2014 - Playbill.com - Jason Gotay Headlines 210 Amlent Avenue Developmental Reading at NYMF July 14

07/03/2014 - Long Island Exchange - Setauket Native's New Musical Selected for New York Musical Theatre Festival

07/03/2014 - BroadwayWorld.com - SPIDER-MAN's Jason Gotay, Robin Skye and More to Star in 210 AMLENT AVENUE at NYMF, 7/14 & 7/19