Cast Announced For BLOODTIES At NYMF
The Somerled Charitable Foundation and Wendy Macdonald are proud to announce the cast of the upcoming NYMF production of Ned Massey's Bloodties. In addition to the shows creator Ned Massey , other cast include Christopher Kale Jones (National Tour Jersey Boys), George McDaniel (Broadway's Big River), Nancy Ringham Secrets Of A Soccer Mom, Broadway's Follies) and Katie Thompson (Giant). Christopher Sutton (National Tour of Spamalot) will understudy Mr. Massey. Performances will take place from September 28th through October 6th at TBG Theatre (312 West 36th Street.) Official Opening is set for September 29th. BLOODTIES is An Official Selection of the 2010 New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Ned Massey was tapped to be the next big rock star, that early promise went largely unfulfilled. With raw honesty and dark wit, a musician explores destiny, faith, forgiveness...and the ties that bind.
Singer/songwriter Ned Massey's career began right out of college when he was discovered by legendary talent scout John Hammond. Described by Hammond as "the finest talent since Dylan and Springsteen," Massey was recording his debut album when Hammond suffered a stroke from which he never recovered. Since then, Ned has shared the bill in venues from LA to NYC with acts such as Shawn Colvin, Susanne Vega, Wilco, The Neville Brothers, The Smithereens, and many others. But he never fully achieved the fame or fortune forseen by Hammond.
Creative team includes: Shoko Kambara (Scenic Design), Paul Miller (Lighting Design), Jennifer Ganske (Costume Design), Christopher Cronin and Carl Casella (Sound Design), Kevin Frech (Projections Design), Michael Morris (Orchestrations and Arrangements). Casting by Pat McCorkle (McCorkle Casting, Ltd.) with Carter Niles the Casting Associate.
Written by Ned Massey and Directed by Scott C. Embler
TBG Theatre is located at 312 W. 36th St., New York, NY 10018
Tues 9/28 8pm
Wed 9/29 1pm
Sat 10/2 5pm
Sat 10/2 9pm
Sun 10/3 1pm
Wed 10/6 8pm
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at www.nymf.org or by calling (212) 352-3101.
For more information about the festival please visit www.NYMF.org.
or visit www.BloodtiesTheMusical.com