Photo Flash: THE KID WHO WOULD BE POPE Gets Reading at Ars Nova

May 28
11:26 AM 2014
THE KID WHO WOULD BE POPE by brothers Tom and Jack Megan received the 2013 Richard Rodgers Studio Production Award and Ars Nova produced the corresponding workshop presentations. Directed by West Hyler, the reading featured Jeffrey Lodin, Jillian Louis, Alyse Alan Louis, Angela Grovey, Justin Liebergen, Brian Charles Johnson, Dee Roscioli, Henry Hodges and Courter Simmons.

It's the 1960s, and Billy McPherson, the new kid at parochial school, is getting a fine medieval education. When the beguiling young drama teacher, Sister Katherine, sweeps into his life, he falls head-over-heels in love, resolving to become pope and to change the rules of the Church so that they can one day marry. A charming, funny new musical about first love, obsession and the search for miracles.

For further info, visit: http://thekidwhowouldbepope.com/

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Photo Flash: THE KID WHO WOULD BE POPE Gets Reading at Ars Nova

Jack Megan(co-writer, co-composer), Jeffrey Lodin, Musical Director, Tom Souhrada, Jillian Louis, Alyse Alan Louis
Angela Grovey, Justin Liebergen, Brian Charles Johnson, Dee Roscioli, Tom Megan (co-writer, composer), Henry Hodges and Courter Simmons

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