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Spot on the Wall

Book and Lyrics by Kevin Jaeger; Music by Alex Mitchell

Spot on the Wall

at Theater 3  [map]

  • Tuesday, July 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm
  • Friday, July 10, 2015 at 5:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 9:00 pm
  • Sunday, July 12, 2015 at 12:00 pm
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 9:00 pm

Lost inside the art of memory.

SPOT ON THE WALL tells the story of one family’s search for expression and empathy inside a museum. Paul Hunter, a talented photographer, is about to have an exhibition of his work at the museum – but when his artwork focuses on his mother’s recent lost battle with cancer, his family finds out how difficult it can be to face your pain and your past. With allusions to Greek mythology and a contemporary score, SPOT ON THE WALL reminds us to delve into the ugly truth and look for the beauty.  

Running Time: 1 hour and 45 minutes, plus one intermission.

Kevin Jaeger

Kevin Jaeger (Book and Lyrics)

Kevin is a playwright, lyricist, performer, and Co-Founder of Jaeger Mitchell Productions. A graduate of the Florida State University where he received dual degrees in Music and in Classical Civilizations with a focus on Ancient Greco-Roman Society and Culture, Kevin has been a contributing blogger for’s “Green Room” and chronicles his adventures in NYC in his Spot on the Wall is his first musical and first collaboration with composer Alex

Alex Mitchell

Alex Mitchell (Music)

Alex is a composer, performer, self-taught musician, and Co-Founder of Jaeger Mitchell Productions. As a performer, Alex has appeared in many productions regionally and in New York, most notably singing aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line’s Majesty and the appearing in the satirical musical comedy Billionaires for Bush at the 42nd Street Theatre in NYC. Spot on the Wall is Alex’s first musical with playwright and lyricist Kevin Jaeger. He is an avid Jets fan.

Robert Hager

Robert Hager (Paul)

Roberts so excited to be a part of this incredible "Spot on the Wall" company! Broadway: "Doctor Zhivago" (Yanko), "Spring Awakening" (Original Broadway Cast), "How To Succeed…", and "Bye Bye Birdie." Tour: "Spring Awakening" (Hanschen) Arden Theatre Company: "Next To Normal" (Gabe), "Parade" (Frankie Epps). Workshops: "Newsies," "Popnation." Robert’s given concerts at venues including The Bitter End and Joe’s Pub. Huge thanks to Cynthia at Gotham Talent, AEA, my family, friends and Chris. Twitter/Instagram @robihager.

Lisa Kuhnen

Lisa Kuhnen (Daphne)

Lisa is excited for her NYMF and NYC debut! International Tour: Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats (Demeter). Regional credits: The Wizard of Oz (Syracuse Stage), Twelfth Night (Great Lakes Theater), A Kiss for Cinderella (The Cleveland Playhouse), 42nd Street (Carousel Dinner Theater), A Chorus LineDamn Yankees, Jesus Christ Superstar (as Mary Magdalene), and The Sound of Music (as Baroness Schraeder). Lisa is a proud Cleveland native, graduate of Syracuse University and member of AEA.

Neal Mayer

Neal Mayer (Father)

Neal recently played St. Aphrodisius in Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame at Paper Mill Playhouse and La Jolla Playhouse and Mark Felt in Mark Felt, Superstar at the Triad. Broadway: Les Misérables. Off-Broadway: Forbidden Broadway, Bush is Bad (CD), Greed, Plaisir D’Amour, Walmartopia. National Tours: Priscilla Queen of the Desert, 101 Dalmatians. TV: “Blue Bloods,” “All My Children,” “The Tonight Show,” and “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.”

Madison Stratton

Madison Stratton (Laurel)

Madison is thrilled to make her NYMF debut with “Spot on the Wall,” having previously appeared in the 2014 WVMTF presentation and a reading. NYC: “Entangled” (Three Act Theater Company, The Davenport Theater), “Sunday Roaster: Chicken” (Ugly Rhino Productions), “Providence: A Musical Comedy” (Richmond Shepard Theater), “Frankie and Zel” (NYU), and singing at various concerts (Met Library, Duplex, 54 below) Other Credits: “Ragtime” (National MTI Tour), “Parade” (Lucille), and “The Marriage of Figaro” (Countess Almaviva).

Michael Warrell

Michael Warrell (Apollo)

Michael Warrell is excited to make his NYMF debut with “Spot on the Wall!” New York: “All That Glitters.” National/International Tours: “Spamalot” (Dance Captain/Patsy u/s), “Fame,” “Grease.” Regional: “On The Town” at Merry-Go-Round (Ozzie), “Grease” at Riverside/Walnut Street (Kenickie), “Hello! My Baby” at Goodspeed (Dickie the Duck), “West Side Story” at Merry-Go-Round (Riff), others. Thanks to Avalon Artists. Forever for mom, JG, CD. BSU grad.

Charles West

Charles West (Curator)

Charles is thrilled to be a part of Spot on the Wall! He was an original cast member of The Scarlet Pimpernel and Cyrano: The Musical on Broadway and performed in the NYC production of The Fantasticks for two years. Tour and regional credits: South Pacific (Emile de Becque), Can-Can (Hilaire Jussac), the 1st National tour of Miss Saigon (Chris us/ensemble), The Fantasticks (El Gallo), Jekyll & Hyde (John Utterson) and My Fair Lady (Freddy Hill).

Devin Dunne Cannon

Devin Dunne Cannon (Director)

A frequent collaborator with Jaeger/Mitchell, Devin has also assistant directed Wolves in Abasement (Glass Bandits Theatre Company) and associate directed The Woodsman (59E59 Theatre, Strangemen & Co). Her film directorial debut, "Caulk" (Smile for the Camera), was a Top 200 finisher in HBO’s 2014 Season of "Project Greenlight." Acting Credits include: "30 Rock" (NBC), "Bunk" (IFC), and on stage as a proud member of Strangemen & Co. Devin has BFA from New School University.

Mike Rosengarten

Mike Rosengarten (Musical Director)

Mike is thrilled to be Musical Directing Spot on the Wall! Mike has performed in over 50 shows as a musician, actor, or musical director. He has played both on Broadway and off, has been on national and international tours and regional stages across the country. He also plays regularly with several bands and teaches music privately. A NY native, he would really like to get a dog, but his landlord won't allow it. 

Katie Kavett

Katie Kavett (Stage Manager)

Katie is overjoyed to continue with SOTW after SMing both the 2012 and 2014 WVMTF versions. NYMF credits: Propaganda! (2014), Volleygirls (2013), Zapata! (2012), Flambe Dreams (2012), Date of a Lifetime (2011), Show Choir! (2010) and the 2015 NYMF productions of Into the Sun and Women of Note. Katie has been the NYMF’S Graphic Design Manager for the last three seasons. Other NYC credits: Broadway, off-Broadway, festivals, readings, award shows, and the Thanksgiving Parade.

Krystle Henninger

Krystle Henninger (Assistant Stage Manager)

NY credits: The Tooth of Crime (Columbia Stages – PSM) Brooklynite (Vineyard – PM Intern), Peter and the Wolf (BAM – ASM), The Trial of Oscar Wilde (PSM), Resident Stage Manager for ReGroup Theatre Company – The House of Connelly and A Texas Trilogy (PSM). Krystle is a published playwright through Brooklyn Publishers and a songwriter. She was recognized for her song “Long Road Home” as a finalist in the Song of the Year competition. MFA Columbia University.

Jamie Roderick

Jamie Roderick (Lighting Design)

Jamie is the Resident Lighting Designer for Broken Box Mime Theatre. He is known for lighting “The Bikinis!” at many regional theatres around the country. Off-Broadway he has lit “That Bachelorette Show.” For The Sharon Playhouse he has lit “Georgie,” “Doubt,” “13,” “Next Thing You Know,” “Tuesdays With Morrie,” “Spring Awakening,” and “Nine Wives.” Other select credits include “Disney’s On The Record,” “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” “Bare,” “Dogfight,” “Much Ado,” and “The Girlfriend From Hell.”

Joey Haws

Joey Haws (Costume Design)

New York Credits: “Evita,” “The Baker's Wife,” “Rent,” “Blithe Spirit,” “Dreamgirls” (AUDELCO Nom), and “Lend Me A Tenor” at Gallery Players. He designed the premiere production of “The 'Nightmare ‘Dream’" at FringeNYC 2013 for which he received the Overall Excellence Award for Costume Design. Other favorite designs include “The Learned Ladies,” “Rumors,” “Carrie: The Musical,” “Doubt,” “Cloud 9,” “The Trojan Women,” “Hay Fever,” “Short Eyes” and “Once On This Island.” NYMF Debut!

Allicia Lawson

Allicia Lawson (Choreographer)

Allicia Lawson is a singer, dancer, actress, and choreographer who is thrilled to be making her choreography debut in “Spot on the Wall.” Past dance credits: “Sweet Charity” (NHAT), “Bubbling Brown Sugar” (Broward Stage Door), “Hairspray” (Surflight Theatre and Seacoast Rep). Thanks to Kevin and Alex for involving her in this wonderful production and mom and dad for their endless love and support.

Alex D. Gorgone

Alex D. Gorgone (Scenic Designer)

Alex is an architectural lighting designer for WSP in NYC and holds a BA in Theatrical Set/Lighting Design from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. Lighting/Scenic/Atmospheric Design Credits: the Petronas Towers (Kuala Lumpur), Six Flags' Fright Fest Illusions of Terror (Springfield, MA.), the Royal Atlantis Resort (Dubai), Genzyme Biologics (Boston, MA.), and countless theatrical productions. Alex would like to thank Jaeger/Mitchell for this opportunity and Alyssa for pointing out when Mortimer just doesn't sound right.

Jacob Harvey

Jacob Harvey (General Manager)

YOUR THEATRICS INTERNATIONAL (For Spot On The Wall: Jacob Harvey, General Manager | Sammy Lopez, Assistant General Manager) is a full service entertainment production company specializing in the production and management of theatrical events around the world. With offices in The United States and Australia, we collectively have produced theatre and live music in four continents and over a dozen countries. For more information visit:

Sammy Lopez

Sammy Lopez (Assistant General Manager/Social Media)

YOUR THEATRICS INTERNATIONAL (For Spot On The Wall: Jacob Harvey, General Manager | Sammy Lopez, Assistant General Manager) is a full service entertainment production company specializing in the production and management of theatrical events around the world. With offices in The United States and Australia, we collectively have produced theatre and live music in four continents and over a dozen countries. For more information visit:

Brandon Anderson

Brandon Anderson (Dramaturg)

Brandon Anderson is an award winning singer/songwriter, writer, and composer. He is the recipient of the ASCAP Foundation Frederick Loewe Award and the Kennedy Center ACTF Award. He is also the Co-Curator and Dramaturg for the CDP Program in residence at Tisch's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program, which produces readings and workshops of new musicals. Brandon also has extensive work in arts education as a master teaching artist for the Metropolitan Opera

Lindsay Levine

Lindsay Levine (Casting Director)

LINDSAY LEVINE, CSA - Tara Rubin Casting Previous NYMF: “Volleygirls” (Best of Fest 2013), “Cloned” (Best of Fest 2014). Upcoming: “Dear Evan Hansen” (Arena Stage) and “Bandstand” (Paper Mill Playhouse). Other credits include “Can Can” (Paper Mill Playhouse), “Here Lies Love” (Public Theatre/London), Broadway Assistant/Associate Credits: “Bullets Over Broadway,” “Aladdin,” “Scandalous,” “The Heiress,” “One Man Two Guvnors” (US Casting), “Ghost,” “Jersey Boys,” “Billy Elliot,” “Mary Poppins,” “Mamma Mia”; Yale Repertory Theatre, numerous readings and workshops.

Natalie Wagner

Natalie Wagner (Production Assistant)

Natalie Wagner is a student at the University of Chicago, studying Theater and Performance Studies and concentrating in stage management. For University Theater: “Endgame” and “The Effect…Marigolds” (SM); “Godspell,” “Grey Gardens,” and “Hedda Gabler” (ASM). She was a Production Assistant for the 2014 West Village Musical Theater Festival and the New York International Fringe Festival, and is currently stage managing the NYMF Student Leadership Program concert “Beyond Words.”

Paul Siebold

Paul Siebold (Press Representative)

Paul Siebold is the managing director of OFF OFF PR, a firm dedicated to publicizing developing theatrical productions. Paul has helped to achieve significant pre-production press, reviews and post-production success for his clients in his career spanning over 20 years. He’s publicized NYIT Award-winning NYIT and NYMF productions. Paul works with performers, album releases, musicals, plays, dance and solo performances as part of festivals, theater company seasons, independently produced productions, and more Member, AEA/AFTRA.

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