We are delighted to announce that our cast album will be released at the end of this month! Here is a preview of the cover art. Get ready for October 25! More soon…
We have our first review of our December preview performances at the Gene Frankel Theatre! This article by theater critic, Dr. Sue Horowitz, features an extended interview with our producer, Ronald J Meyers.
“a fun, positive musical” “a talented cast”!
CLICK HERE for the full review.
Thanks so much, Dr. Sue!
I am excited to share our press release, posted on the Broadway World website! If you are in or close to NYC, come share in the joy! Tickets to the show make a great gift 🙂
Happy If Happy When
IT IS OFFICIAL!! Happy If Happy When lives! We are delighted to announce that the LaMothe Gee Family will be heading back to NEW YORK CITY for five performances of their original musical at the Gene Frankel Theatre, in the heart of Manhattan, December 27 – 30, the week before New Year’s Eve!
At the Frankel, Happy If, will appear in a new incarnation — two acts, with a brief intermission, and featuring a frame that takes place in the modern day — while still including all the songs you’ll want to hear again.
Come watch this family tell the inspiring story of the move that changed their lives.
The Gene Frankel Theatre is an established Off Off Broadway Theatre, rich with history. Its flexible black box format and intimate setting make it a perfect venue for our family musical. This performance is made possible thanks to the generous support of RINA TEE PRODUCTIONS. Tickets will be on sale beginning December 4, 2018 from Smarttix!
A slide show of photos from September 19, 2018, our last night at the Acorn Theatre in NYC! Thanks so much to Gene Fisch, Jr. and the NYNW Theatre Festival team!!
Kyra and I had a fabulous time at the Planet Connections Award Ceremony. While we did not win the categories for which we were nominated (Outstanding Supporting Actress for Kyra and Outstanding Music/Lyrics for me), we appeared as the final performance of the evening, with a rousing rendition of “Richer Am I.”
The final chorus: “You’ll go higher than you can go when I’m beside you, letting you know: We’re in this forever, together we’ll weather whatever comes. Because the higher you fly, the richer am I.” Indeed!