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To Marz and Back: The Music of Steve Marzullo

Music by Steve Marzullo; Lyrics and Poems by Various Writers

To Marz and Back: The Music of Steve Marzullo

at Theater 3  [map]

  • Sunday, July 12, 2015 at 7:00 pm

A cosmic musical trip.

Join Marzullo and friends as they musically explore life, love, sex, and other worldly things in this staged concert of Steve Marzullo's music, with lyrics and poems by Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, W. B. Yeats, Katherine Lench Meyering, Amanda Yesnowitz, and many others. Directed by Joe Langworth.

Running Time: 1 hour with no intermission.


Rachel Ulanet (Cast)

Broadway: Lovemusik, Beauty and The Beast, King David. Off Broadway: Saturday Night. Regional: Funny Girl (AMTSJ), Jane Eyre (La Jolla), The Great Ostrovsky, Casino Paradise, 3hree (Prince Music Theater), Floyd Collins (ATL). 

Tour: Les Miserables (Third National), Fiddler on the Roof. Television: Law and Order, Guiding Light. Graduate: Barnard College. 



George Psomas (Cast)

Broadway: South Pacific (LCT). NYC: NYMF’s Next Broadway Sensation (Season 2 Winner). Regional: Play It By Heart (Naji Habib), Once Upon A Time in NJ (Vinnie). Film: Jersey Shore Massacre, Family on Board. Voice-over: Pizza Hut (National), The Upstate Four (Kevin). Print: VOGUE Magazine -“Romeo & Juliet” by Annie Leibovitz. www.GeorgePsomas.com



Laura Pavles (Cast)

A Boston Conservatory graduate, Laura is ecstatic to be a part of To Marz and Back! National tours: Lincoln Center production of South Pacific (Lt. Marshall), A Year With Frog and Toad (Turtle). Laura lends her voice to various artists in their concerts, bands and cabaret series and sings regularly at Don’t Tell Mama.



Terri Klausner (Cast)

Broadway: A Chorus Line, Sophisticated Ladies and as Eva Peron in Evita. Off Broadway: The Cole Porter Revue, Oh! Coward!, Lies and Legends, Goblin Market, Bed and Sofa. Awards: (Bistro Award, Drama Desk Award Nomination, New York Drama League Award, Obie Award). Concerts and Cabaret: White House, Carnegie Hall, Birdland, 54Below with A Sophisticated Reunion. CDs: (cast recordings) Show Some Beauty and Kiss Me While We Have the Chance by, Steve Marzullo.



Joe Langworth (Director)

Concerts: Tony Award winner Paulo Szot (Italy's Spoleto Festival and 54 Below) and two time Tony nominee Laura Osnes (Cafe Carlyle; recorded on Broadway Records). Broadway: Lincoln Center Theater's South Pacific and Geoffrey Naufft's Next Fall. Regional theatre: Dangerous Beauty, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Spelling Bee, Rent, The Producers and the regional premiere of A Little More Alive.



Adam Ditzel (Lighting Design)



Sara Appelbaum (Stage Manager)



Eleanor Wolfe (Wardrobe Consultant)