NEXT Presents The Music of TRIASSIC PARQ's Marshall Pailet, 8/14

NEXT Presents The Music of TRIASSIC PARQ's Marshall Pailet, 8/14

NEXT presents the music of TRIASSIC PARQ's Marshall Pailet, Tuesday, August 14th at 7:00pm at the Duplex.

Marshall Pailet is a writer, composer, and director currently developing a new musical for the stage and screen with DreamWorks Theatricals/Animation. His musical Triassic Parq recently ended a successful off-Broadway run. Other credits include Super Claudio Bros. (Best Musical DC Fringe '10); Who’s Your Baghdaddy, or How I Started the Iraq War (Woolly Mammoth, Best Musical DC Fringe ’11); On a Glorious Day (Houston Stages); Where It’s At (FringeNYC); and Loch Ness. As director: Triassic Parq (SoHo Playhouse), Super Claudio Bros., Who’s Your Baghdaddy, Stuck (Clurman Theatre), The 49 Project (FringeNYC), Thursday (World Premiere), With Kings in the Back (World Premiere), The 70 Scenes of Halloween, The Darq Knight (World Premiere) Bat Boy, Escape Artists (World Premiere). As an actor, he has performed on Broadway in THE ADVENTURES OF Tom Sawyer, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and A CHRISTMAS CAROL. He is a proud graduate of Yale University, and received the V. Browne Irish Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts in 2009.

NEXT: Now Entering The Crossroads of Theatre is a concert series dedicated to helping talented new artists meet and collaborate with the most promising emerging songwriters. Each concert exclusively features the work of a specific composer or lyricist and a rotating group of talented young performers. To get familiar with NEXT, to contact us, or to submit for future concerts, visit

To make reservations, call The Duplex at (212) 255-5438 or reserve directly on their website:

Featuring RAJA BURROWS, Chad Carstarphen (In the Heights tour), ALICIA KRAKAUER, JENNI LAWTON, ELYSSA BRETTE MACTAS, Andrew Martin, HAYDEN NADINE, JOSEPHINE SPADA, JOHN WASCAVAGE, MATHIEU WHITMAN (Pinkalicious the Musical), and Zachary Infante (Bobby Cronin's W2ML).

with Brad Gardner (Silence!) on piano and Josh Samuels on drums.



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