Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab to Present Preview of New Musical #MARS at St. Luke's Theatre, 6/22

Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab to Present Preview of New Musical #MARS at St. Luke's Theatre, 6/22
William Oosthuysen is the composer for #MARS.

Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab, a developmental organization founded 16 years ago by the late Director and Choreographer Bick Goss, will present a preview of the new musical #MARS at the St. Luke's Theatre on June 22 at 6:30 pm (St. Luke's is at 308 West 46th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues).

With music by Willem Oosthuysen and book and lyrics by Laura Kleinbaum, #MARS is the story about how CBS-TV has conducted a worldwide search for qualified Americans to man the first ever mission to Mars. Tune in as Miami's premier plastic surgeon, everyone's favorite romance novelist, a girl next-door type, a retired mathematician in a wheelchair, and an actual astronaut takes human kind's next giant leap.

#MARS is directed by Tyler Spicer with musical direction by Max Mamon. The cast features Emily Walton, Ronald Peet, Christiana Cole, Danyel Fulton, and Arri Simon.

Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab to Present Preview of New Musical #MARS at St. Luke's Theatre, 6/22
Laura Kleinbaum is book writer
and lyricist for #MARS.

The presentation will be approximately 45-50 minutes and audience members are encouraged to join the creative team and cast members for a post-show discussion. All tickets (general admission, students, seniors) are $15.00 at the door: Any ticket questions or for advance reservations please contact: MMTLReservations@gmail.com.

Previous Manhattan Musical Theatre Lab presentations have included the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Next to Normal under the title of Feeling Electric, the Lortel and Kleban Award-winning musicals Wanda's World and Calvin Berger as well as work by Amanda Green, Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. www.ManhattanMusicalTheatreLab.org. For press inquiries, contact: Daniel Israel, President, MMTL Board of Directors, daniel.e.israel@gmail.com.


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