Luigi Creatore to Discuss AN ERROR OF THE MOON on CURTAIN CALL 9/1
Luigi Creatore, author of the new Off-Broadway play, "An Error of the Moon," will be this week's guest on WGHT Radio's "Curtain Call" Wednesday, September 1st at 9:30 a.m. Morning host Teisha Bader interviews stars of Broadway, Off-Broadway and the music scene every Wednesday morning on WGHT Radio (1500AM), North Jersey's oldies station. Previous guests on "Curtain Call" include Lea Michele, Stephanie J. Block, Tovah Feldshuh, Kristin Chenoweth, Valerie Harper, Jackie Mason, and Tyne Daly. The interviews can also be heard live at www.ghtradio.com.Playwright Luigi Creatore has spent most of his working life as a record producer, creating hit records for Sarah Vaughan, Jimmie Rodgers, Perry Como, Sam Cooke, and many others. As a lyricist, he wrote a number of hit songs including the megahits "Can't Help Falling in Love" for Elvis Presley and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." Luigi was represented on Broadway (book and lyrics) with "Maggie Flynn" starring Shirley Jones and Jack Cassidy, Off-Broadway with "Smile, Smile, Smile" and the last two seasons Off-Broadway with the comedy "Flamingo Court." "An Error of the Moon" is a fictional portrait of the brothers Edwin and John Wilkes Booth, the rockstars of their day. Edwin tells his tale of a man consumed by sexual jealousy, of bitter sibling rivalry, and the mad obsession that sparked the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.Under the direction of Kim Weild, the cast of "An Error of the Moon" features Margaret Copeland, Erik Heger, Andrew Veenstra, and Brian Wallace.The playing schedule for the limited engagement of "An Error of the Moon" (through October 10th) is Tuesday at 7 p.m., Wednesday through Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. & 8 p.m., and Sunday at 3 p.m. Tickets are $50 and are available through www.Telecharge.com 212-239-6200. A limited number of $20 Student Rush tickets (2 ticket limit) are available day of performance at the Theatre Row box office. Valid ID is required.For more information, visit www.AnErrorOfTheMoon.com.