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Mr. Confidential

Book and Lyrics by Samuel Bernstein; Music by David Snyder

Mr. Confidential

at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre  [map]

  • Monday, July 21, 2014 at 8:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 1:00 pm
  • Friday, July 25, 2014 at 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 1:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 5:00 pm

The scandal starts here.

Before TMZ and Gawker, there was Bob Harrison’s Confidential Magazine. Its scandal and showbiz fizz went viral, fab 50s style, outselling T.V. Guide and Time Magazine. But scrape away the hype, whipped cream, and dirt, and what do you have? A mostly true story about heart, innocence, and family loyalty, set to a sexy, swinging, Big Broadway beat. But sshhh! Keep it confidential...

Running Time: 2 hours, plus one intermission

Samuel Bernstein

Samuel Bernstein (Book/Lyrics)

Plays: The Liquidation of Granny Peterman (Actors Company-LA). Films: Silent Lies, Bobbie's Girl (Showtime and Paramount, Emmy nom for star Bernadette Peters, GLAAD nom). TV: Judging Amy, W.I.T.C.H. Webseries: Kill Your Inner Child. Books: Uncommon Heroes (Stonewall Book Award from the American Library Association), Lulu, Mr. Confidential (ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year finalist). He lives in West Hollywood with Babyhead Productions partner and husband of 20 years, Ronald Shore, and their four incorrigible dachshunds. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.

David Snyder

David Snyder (Music)

Published works: O Holy Night and Song of the Universal. Orchestrator/Pianist and Guest Conductor: The Gershwin Experience, featuring Grammy-winning soprano Sylvia McNair, with the orchestras of Naples, Des Moines and Chattanooga. Music Director: Christine Ebersole, Nell Carter, Carol Channing, Debbie Reynolds. Producer, Arranger, and Conductor: for dozens of recordings, including Another Place and Time, for The Manhattan Transfer's Alan Paul. Film scores: WWII documentary A Tradition of Honor.

Jane Blass

Jane Blass (Edith/Ensemble)

NYMF last year: Arnie the Doughnut (French Cruller). B'way: Annie (Ensemble, Miss Hannigan u/s). National tours: 9 TO 5 (Margaret), Hairspray (Female Authority Figure), and Scrooge with Richard Chamberlain (Beggar Woman). Regional: Gypsy with Patti LuPone at Ravinia (Mazeppa), Into the Woods Big League tour (Baker's Wife). You may have killed her in Grand Theft Auto IV. Original member of Member Actor's Equity. "Love and thanks to Mom and Dad."

Amy Bodnar

Amy Bodnar (Jeannie)

B'way: Ragtime (us/Evelyn Nesbitt), Oklahoma! (Laurey). World and/or U.S premieres: Between the Lines, Martin Guerre, Just So; the LA co. of Ragtime, Canadian co. of Sunset Blvd.; Nat'l Tours: The Scarlet Pimpernel, Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Betty Haynes); Off-B'way: Sessions (Leila), The Realm (Laura); Regional: How to Succeed... (Hedy), The Odd Couple (Gwendolyn Pigeon), Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Betty Haynes), God of Carnage (Annette), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Jolene), Singin' in the Rain (Lina Lamont), The Producers (Ulla), Annie (Grace Farrell), Aida (Amneris), Miss Saigon (Ellen), and Jekyll and Hyde (Lucy). TV: As the World Turns, David Letterman, the Tony Awards of 1998 and 2002, and the short film Goodbye Casey Trade.

Joshua Dixon

Joshua Dixon (Fred/Studio Head/Ensemble)

Trained at Circle In The Square Theatre School. Most recently, Oklahoma! (Curly) at Sierra Rep. Other theater: Side Show (Terry), Company (Robert), Master Class (Tony), Arcadia (Valentine), The Rocky Horror Show (Dr. Frank-N-Furter), and Hello Dolly! (Cornelius). Puppeteer: Jim West Productions (Aesop's Fables, Dinosaurs, The Boy Who Cried Wolf & Other Tales). Int'l Concerts: Hippodrome in London, Bewley's Café Theatre on Grafton Street in Dublin. Albums: The Music of Scott Evan Davis.

Willy Falk

Willy Falk (Lionel Paulsen/Studio Head/Ensemble)

Willy Falk received a Tony Award nomination for his portrayal of Chris in the original Broadway production of Miss Saigon. Other Broadway credits include Marilyn: An American Fable, Les Miserables, Joseph and The Amazing Technicholor Dreamcoat, and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. He has appeared across the U.S. in A Little Night Music, A Chorus Line, Chess, Pacific Overtures, My Fair Lady, Man of La Mancha, and Evita, among others. 

Badia Farha

Badia Farha (Trio/Ensemble)

Is elated to be a part of MR. CONFIDENTIAL! Badia received an M.A. from NYU in Music Performance. Some credits include: Lincoln Center's Tribute to Alan Menken, Broadway Tour of Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, Sister Act, Sistas: The Musical, We The People: America Rocks!, Things to Ruin, Rewrite, and Dreamgirls. Film/TV: A Gifted Man, All My Children, and Punk! "Love to Al+ Alanna, + Creya, and everyone who makes this a fun journey."

James LaRosa

James LaRosa (Michael/Prosecutor Malone/Ensemble)

Winner Austin Circle of Theatres Award Outstanding Featured Actor. Off B'way: My Big Gay Italian Funeral (Anthony). Select theatre: RENT (Mark), Next to Normal (Henry), Altar Boyz (Abraham), Singin' in the Rain (Cosmo), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Ben), and H.M.S. Pinafore at NY City Center. VO: Grand Theft Auto V. Select TV: Primetime: What Would You Do? (ABC), Fugitive Chronicles (A&E), and Deadly Sins (ID Discovery). Select new works: It's Karate, Kid!, Academia Nuts, and Calico Buffalo.

Michael Marotta

Michael Marotta (Walter Winchell/Judge/Ensemble)

Regional: Cabaret (Herr Schulz) at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; The Fantasticks, Deathtrap (Sidney Bruhl), and Two by Two (Noah) at Florida Rep; Chicago (Billy Flynn) and Moonlight and Magnolias (Ben Hecht) at Flat Rock Playhouse; Carnegie Hall: Mad about the Boy, the centennial salute to Noel Coward, and Irving Berlin's Louisiana Purchase. Cabaret: Two-time winner MAC Award, Backstage Bistro Award. Most recent directing credits include The Game's Afoot at Gulfshore Playhouse and A Grand Night for Singing at Florida Rep, as well as seven seasons as artistic director at The Theater Barn in the Berkshires. Member AEA and SDC.

Rachel Alexa Norman

Rachel Alexa Norman (Frances Rushmore/Ensemble)

NYC credits include: 110 in the Shade (Lincoln Center; Scott Ellis, Dir., Susan Stroman, Chor.), The Happy Time (Musicals Tonight!), and Graduation Day (originating the role of Franny Wilderman) at Abingdon Theatre. Regional credits include: Camelot (Goodspeed; Rob Ruggiero, Dir.) and the title role in Heidi: The Musical (The Hangar Theatre). Upcoming: Little Shop of Horrors (Barnstormers). Rachel is also a founding member of the all-female musical improv team The Jezebelles. Training: NYU, LAMDA.

Erin Leigh Peck

Erin Leigh Peck (Marjorie)

B'way: Grease!; Brighton Beach Memoirs; Dance of the Vampires. Off: I Love You, You're Perfect... and The Toxic Avenger Musical. TV: Don't Ask (Fox), Law & Order SVU (NBC), many soaps and many more commercials. Most recently Boeing Boeing (Gloria) at John W Engeman Theatre in Northport; Legacy Falls (Frankie) at 2013 New York Musical Theatre Festival. She's a busy mom of two extremely awesome kids and the editor of the B' family theatre column, B'wayWorld Jr. Her play Marjorie Gold is a contemporary dramedy about pregnancy, parenthood, and postpartum depression., @BroadwayWorldJr.

Elyssa Samsel

Elyssa Samsel (Trio/Ensemble)

is an actress, singer, violinist, pianist, and musical theatre composer. Recent credits: Nab-a-Date: A New Musical (Bachelorette #2) at the Mint Theatre, Vital Theatre Company's Isabelle and the Pretty-Ugly Spell (Princess) at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre, Twelfth Night (composer/musical-director) at the Bernie West Theatre; Confessions of a Reality TV Star (Sheena), Macaire (Ernestine), Bellevue Sketches (Randi) at The Players Theatre. She is currently a composer in the BMI Lehman Engel Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop.

Kevin Spirtas

Kevin Spirtas (Bob)

B'way: The Boy From Oz, Meet Me In St. Louis, A Chorus Line. Regional: Hairspray, Company, Damn Yankees, and Into the Woods. Off B'way: Silence! The Musical, Loaded. TV/Film: NBC's Days of Our Lives (Dr Craig Wesley), Friends, L.A. Heat, V.I.P., Fired Up, Silk Stalkings, Quantum Leap, Embrace the Darkness, Striking Resemblance, and Green Plaid Shirt. Featured opposite Sir Ian McKellen in Apt Pupil, and Ben Affleck in the director's cut of Daredevil. Broadway producer credits: Finian's Rainbow (Revival 2009), Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (2012). World tours of his one-man musical shows: Night & Days, Jersey Men, and Let There Be Love.

Paul Michael Valley

Paul Michael Valley (Howard Rushmore)

B’way and Off B’way:  Talley’s Folly(Matt Friedman), Any Given Monday (Lenny), Silence! The Musical (Hannibal Lecter), 1776 (Thomas Jefferson), Arms and the Man (Sergius), Hurrah at Last (Oliver). Regional Theatre: Shakespeare Theatre of Washington DC, Cleveland Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Denver Center, San Diego’s Old Globe. TV/ Film: Elementary, Law and Order: SVU, Guiding Light, Ed, Third Watch, One Life to Live, Another World. Training: Juilliard, Virginia Commonwealth University MFA, American University BA.

Aléna Watters

Aléna Watters (Francesca di Scaffa/Marlene Dietrich/Trio/Ensemble)

B'way: Sister Act (Original Tina/Ensemble), The Addams Family (Original Saloon Girl Ancestor), West Side Story (Anita standby). Off-B'way: NEWSical, Boobs!. Regional: Turn of the Century, Brooklyn, Beehive, Shout!. Concerts: USO Show Troupe, Bette Midler's Harlette at The Met, and work in The Showgirl Must Go On. Featured in critically acclaimed documentary The Standbys BA- Musical Theatre/Acting-UNCo, 200hr Yoga Alliance RYT, 15+ years choreography and dance teaching experience.

Stephen Nachamie (Director/Choreographer)

NY: Foreverman (NYMF - Winner 2012 New World Stages Award), Naughty/Nice, Luck! (with Faith Prince), Into the Woods, Torch Song Trilogy (with Seth Rudetsky), Faraway Bayou, She Loves Me, Driving Miss Daisy (with Larry Marshall), I Hate Hamlet, and It's a Wonderful Life. Regional: Goodspeed New Works Festival, Olney Theatre, Penguin Rep, John W. Engeman, New Rep, Tri-Arts, Maine State, Capital Playhouse, Seacoast Rep, among many others. His A Chorus Line won Outstanding Resident Musical at the 2014 Helen Hayes Awards; Best Director nomination (Baltimore Region) 2013 B'way World Awards; named one of DCMetroTheatreScene's favorite directors of 2013.

Kevin Cole (Musical Director)

is an award-winning musical director, arranger, composer, vocalist, and archivist. Performances: LA Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl; BBC Concert Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall; National Symphony at the Kennedy Center; and symphonies, philharmonics, and orchestras all over the world, including (among many others) Hong Kong, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, London, Boston, Australia, Vietnam, and New Zealand. Cole has shared the concert stage with Liza Minnelli, Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, William Warfield, Sylvia McNair, Lorin Maazel, Itzhak Perlman, Brian d'Arcy James, Barbara Cook, Robert Klein, Lucie Arnaz, Maria Friedman, Idina Menzel, and friend and mentor Marvin Hamlisch.

Alan C. Edwards (Scenic Design)

Selected set and/or light design credits include: The Mystery of Irma Vep (Berkshire Theatre Festival); The Piano Lesson, A Delicate Balance (Yale Repertory Theatre); Dutchman (Classical Theatre of Harlem/NBT); Sun Ra (Joe's Pub); Holding It Down (Harlem Stage); Illmatic (Urban Stages); Son of a Gun (Theatre Row); Woman Bomb (Baryshnikov Arts Center); We Won't Pay (Strasberg Institute); Wink, Will Work For (Terra Nova); The King's Whore (Walkerspace); Acis & Galatea (Madison Opera); Carmen, The Marriage of Figaro (Tri-Cities Opera); Suor Angelica & Curlew River (Simpson Opera); Madam Butterfly (Syracuse Opera); Hedwig & the Angry Inch (Yale Cabaret). Assoc. LD: Henry 4 (Shakespeare Theatre DC); Satchmo at the Waldorf (Wilma Theatre, PA); The Testament of Mary (Broadway). MFA Yale School of Drama.

Vanessa Leuck (Costume Design)

Currently the Costume Designer for first class regional and Off-Broadway productions of Disenchanted!, and Associate Costume Designer for Disney On Ice: Frozen. Past designs include: Disney on Ice, Off-Broadway, several regional theaters, colleges, dance companies and BC/EFA Broadway Bares. Past NYMF shows: My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, Like You Like It!. Design Assistant: Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Broadway), Ringling Brothers’ Barnum and Bailey Circus (five productions), and Disney Live!. Member of USA 829.

Risa Ando (Wardrobe Supervisor/Assistant Costume Design)

A recent graduate of Purchase College SUNY, Risa studied in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts: Design/Technology program, receiving a BFA in Costume Design. Design credits include: Purchase Opera: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Purchase Repertory Theatre: Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, American Visions: Three Plays by Sam Shepard. Design Assistant/Wardrobe: Broadway Bares, LOTTE presents The Ice 2013 (Japan), Purchase Opera, Purchase Repertory Theatre. Internships: Walt Disney Attractions Japan Costuming Division, RWS and Associates, ABT Japan Tour.

Pete Bragg (Lighting Design)

Pete trained at Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Associate on B’way: Cyrano De Bergerac, Man & Boy. Off B’way: Carrie, Under My Skin. London: Legally Blonde and Priscilla Queen of The Desert. Designs in the West End: F**king Men and Naked Boys Singing, directed by Phil Willmott. Regional designs include: Funny Money and Robin Hood directed by James Bonas. He designs regularly for Cunard Line and Norwegian Cruise Lines.

Matt Kraus (Sound Design)

Broadway: Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony; Liza's at the Palace...! ; Other productions: 50 Shades the Musical; Forbidden Broadway; The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Asst. Sound); Classic Stage Company – Man's a Man; Chalk Circle; Super Fly with Bill T. Jones; Fat Camp; Forever Dusty; Lone Star Love; Voca People; Bucks County Playhouse – World Goes Round; Paper Mill – Lend Me a Tenor; Newsies; Walnut Street – The Buddy Holly Story; Caesar's Vegas – Absinthe; Cincinnati Playhouse – Ain't MisBehavin'; Classical Theatre of Harlem – Macbeth, Dream on Monkey Mountain, Ma Rainy's Black Bottom, Trojan Women.

Mark Costello (Projection Design)

Mark Costello is a Brooklyn-based video and projection designer, working primarily with live video manipulation. Design credits include LiveSource’s Bohemian Lights, Decontructive Theater Project’s Searching for Sebald, Rescue Agreement's If or When the Roof Falls In, Aquila Theatre’s Taming of the Shrew and Cyrano de Bergerac (National Tour), Perf Productions’ Degeneration X, Snug Harbor’s Foreverman (NYMF), Girl with the Red Balloon (The Tank), The Tempest (HERE Arts Center), and more. Mark currently works as an Audio/Visual Specialist in the Concerts and Lectures Dept. for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. BFA, NYU/Tisch.

Jeremy Blair (Video Design)

Blair Bones Media specializes in production and postproduction in new media, television and film, such as, Marianne Williamson's Sister Giant, A Blind Eye, G.A.T.E, Sean Combs's Grammys at the Playboy Mansion, Dario Undiscovered, LA Fashion Week, Ray Bradbury Awards, and Carillion Las Vegas. Jeremy Blair also works and teaches a Film Bootcamp course at Woodbury University. He is head over heals in love with his wife Jennifer and two daughters Emma and Molly.

Jeffrey Lee Holtzman (Graphic Design)

Born with a pencil in his hand and a flare for arranging his zwieback crumbs in a visually pleasing manner, Jeff has been a graphic designer and an artist for the majority of his waking hours. As a freelance designer he has had the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects from the mundane to the musical. With stints as a documentary filmmaker, clothing designer, and musician, he has managed to parlay these diverse skills into an idiosyncratic visual style. As S.J. Perelman might very well have said about him, “Before they made Jeff, they broke the mold."

Aislinn Curry (Production Stage Manager)

is a freelance PSM and PM devoted to new and ambitious work. PSM: Cell Theatre, Chocolate Factory Theater, Columbia Stages, CSC/Young Company, Edinburgh Fringe, HERE, Hip-Hop Theater Festival, LabRats, NYMF, On The Boards (Seattle), Page 73, PS122, Public Theater (intern) as well as a plethora of readings & workshops. PM/APM: AntiMatter Collective, Columbia Stages, Lunar Energy, Nerve Tank, Play Company, Theatre Row. AB/ Classics - Bowdoin College, MFA/ Stage Management - Columbia University. AEA.

Alyssa Carlucci (Assistant Stage Manager)

is excited to be joining NYMF this summer. Recent work includes Playgrounds (QuaDs 2014, The Claque), Julius Caesar (The Oracular Theatre), Love's Labour's Lost (The New School for Drama), and What's It All About? Burt Bacharach Reimagined (New York Theatre Workshop). Alyssa received her BA from Ithaca College.

Cindi Rush (Casting Director)

NY: Under My Skin, Silence!, Anthem, Homo, Legacy Falls, Mother Wife, God's Country, Bonnie and Clyde, Foreverman, My Mother's Jewish Lesbian Wiccan Wedding, Rooms, Jacque Brel, Urinetown. Upcoming: Adademia Nuts, Disenchanted, Ernest Shakleton Loves Me, Serrano, Freed, Madam, Galactic Cigarettes. Regional: Triad Stage, Hudson Stage Company, Penguin Rep, Pittsburgh Public, Charleston Stage Co. Film: The Woman (Sundance 2012), Ghoul, Theresa is a Mother, Jugface (Slamdance 2013), In the Family (Independent Spirit 2012), The Grief of Others. Consultant for NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program 1999-Present.

Jeremy Shaffer (Press Representative)

He has represented countless shows both on and off-Broadway, including favorites such as the record-breaking smash Chicago, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, Fosse, Godspell, Whoopi: The 20th Anniversary Show, The Producers, The Full Monty, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Salome starring Al Pacino and Dianne Wiest, Die Mommie Die!, Striking 12, Bea Arthur on Broadway, Here Lies Jenny, Noises Off, The Last Five Years, Bells Are Ringing, and Little Shop of Horrors. He also works steadily as a live performance photographer for Broadway, Off-Broadway, touring productions and concerts. His photos have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, People Magazine, USA Today, The Wall St. Journal, and many more.

Sam French (Social Media Manager)

He is a recent graduate of the Directing Program at Carnegie Mellon University. In New York, he has interned with Vineyard Theatre and New York Theatre Workshop, and served as the assistant director to Gio Sardelli on EST’s production of Finks. In August, he will be directing Jimmy! - a new musical for NTSA, and his play Freaks: a legend about growing up, will be produced as part of the NYC Fringe Festival.

Ryan Conway (General Manager)

for Davenport Theatrical Enterprises, founded in 2002 by Ken Davenport. DTE producing credits include the B'way productions of Bridges of Madison County, Mothers and Sons, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, Godspell, Oleanna, Blithe Spirit, 12, Speed-the-Plow, and Will Ferrell's You're Welcome America; as well as the Off- B'way productions of Avenue Q, Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom, and My First Time. DTE also operates Off-B'way DAVENPORT THEATRE on West 45th Street.

Babyhead Productions (Producer)

Babyhead has prospered by developing and creating projects of individual and idiosyncratic vision. In the seventeen years it has been in business, the company has produced two feature films, several television and new media projects, and published two books under the Walford Press imprint. MR. CONFIDENTIAL marks the company's first live theatrical venture.

Ronald Shore (Producer)

Bobbie's Girl (Showtime and Paramount, Emmy nom for star Bernadette Peters, GLAAD nom); Silent Lies (premiered Montreal World Film Festival, Silver Award Worldfest, Bronze Houston International Film Festival). TV: Sally's Place, Kill Your Inner Child, the comedy video Sarge, and home video series Icing on the Cake. Actor: The Hebrew Hammer, Echoes of Enlightenment, Silent Lies, and Bobbie's Girl. Also a successful LA realtor, Shore lives in West Hollywood with husband of 20 years, writer Samuel Bernstein and their four diabolical dachshunds.

Donald Garverick (Associate Choreographer/Assistant Director)

Recent director and choreographer credits include Young Frankenstein (SUNY Oswego) and The Charm (SoundBites Festival). Other recent choreography credits include Siren's Heart: The Marilyn Monroe Musical (Off-Broadway at Actor's Temple), Hair (SOOP Productions), Before God Was Invented: A Prehistoric Pagan Parable (Theatre for the New City), The Holy Cows of Credence South Dakota (Planet Connections Theatre Festivity), as well as the sold-out 2010 NYMF production of Show Choir! - The Musical (which Donald co-wrote with Mark McDaniels).

Gary Shackleford (Associate General Manager)

Gary Shackleford is thrilled to be making his NYMF debut. Currently General Management Associate for Davenport Theatrical. Other GM Associate credits include: Clinton (NYMF '14), A Christmas Story, the Musical (B'way and Nat'l Tour), White Christmas (Broadway and Nat'l Tour), Avenue Q (Broadway and Nat'l Tour), Rent (Broadway and Off-Broadway), In The Heights (Broadway and Nat'l Tour), Ragtime (2009 Revival), Anastasia (29 Hour).

07/17/2014 - Theatermania - Days of Our Lives Star Kevin Spirtas on Tabloid Magazines and the Rise of Mr. Confidential

07/17/2014 - The New York Times - New York Musical Theater Festival

07/16/2014 - York Theatre Company - An interview with Samuel Bernstein

07/11/2014 - - DIVA TALK: Amy Bodnar, Donna Lynne Champlin, Capathia Jenkins, Donna Vivino, NaTasha Yvette Williams On Musicals, Choice Roles, Upcoming Gigs

07/11/2014 - Celeb Interviewer - Kevin Spirtas

07/10/2014 - New York Post - Clinton musical brings sax appeal to music-theater fest

07/02/2014 - Theatermania - A Photo Preview of the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival

07/02/2014 - Backstage - 7 Musicals We Can’t Wait to See at NYMF

07/01/2014 - - Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Kevin Spirtas and More for MR. CONFIDENTIAL at NYMF

06/27/2014 - The Producer's Perspective - Five Shows That Stand Out at the NYMF: 2014

06/25/2014 - - The DeCaro Show

06/24/2014 - - PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Oklahoma! and Ragtime Actress Serenades Subway Riders in NYMF "Musicals Live Here" Series

06/16/2014 - TheaterMania - NYMF to Present Samuel Bernstein and David Snyder's New Musical Comedy Mr. Confidential

06/16/2014 - - Kevin Spirtas to Lead New Musical MR. CONFIDENTIAL at NYMF, 7/21-27

05/01/2013 - - Ben Davis, Amy Bodnar, James LaRosa and More Set for York Theatre's MR. CONFIDENTIAL Reading, 5/13

01/27/2007 - - Lavender lads, baritone babes

10/30/2006 - Publishers Weekly - Mr. Confidential: The Man, His Magazine & the Movieland Massacre That Changed Hollywood Forever