Keen Company Extends Lauren Molina & Jason Tam-Led MARRY ME A LITTLE Through 10/27
The Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Keen Company (Jonathan Silverstein, Artistic Director/Damon Chua, Executive Director) today announced that Marry Me A Little, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, conceived by Craig Lucas and Norman René, directed by Keen Artistic Director Jonathan Silverstein, starring Lauren Molina and Jason Tam, will extend for one additional week to accommodate unprecedented demand. Marry Me A Little kicks off their 2012 - '13 season and will be followed by a newly revised version of the 1991 play, The Old Boy by A.R. Gurney. Performances will continue through October 27th, with two additional Wednesday matinees on October 17th and 24th.
Marry Me A Little is choreographed by Dan Knechtges (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Xanadu - Tony® Award nomination, 110 in the Shade, and Sondheim on Sondheim) and has set design by Steven Kemp, costume design by Jennifer Paar, lighting design by Josh Bradford, and prop design by Ricola Willie. Musical Director will be John Bell.
Lauren Molina is an award winning singer/actor/songwriter/musician, hailed by The New York Times as a "...sweet voiced soprano, who plays the cello beautifully." She appeared on Broadway, originating the roles of Regina in Rock of Ages and Johanna in the critically acclaimed revival of Sweeney Todd (dir. John Doyle). In addition, she recently created the role of Megan in the World Premiere of Nobody Loves You at The Old Globe. She played Cunegonde in Candide at the Huntington, Goodman, and Shakespeare Theatre DC (dir. Mary Zimmerman) receiving the Helen Hayes Award for best leading actress, and the IRNE nomination. Off-Broadway: Rock of Ages, Next Thing You Know, Ernest In Love. Tour/Regional: Sweeney Todd (1st National Tour, ACT) winning IRNE Award for Best Supporting Actress, Ten Cents A Dance (Williamstown). Her folk pop album Sea for Two features the song "Sky and the Sea" which appeared on NBC's "Parenthood." A featured singer in The Ladies Who Sing Sondheim (with Barbara Cook, Patti LuPone, and Kristin Chenoweth), she also performed with Sarah Brightman on the La Luna tour. B.F.A. from University of Michigan. She's a co-creator of the mocumentary webseries "Rock of Ages Productions" as well as the folk-pop comedy group The Skivvies. www.laurenmolina.com