Photo Flash: First Look At CHICK FLICK THE MUSICAL At Westside Theatre
Chick Flick the Musical a new musical comedy with book, music and lyrics by Suzy Conn (Suffra-Jets; The Mercer Girls), has began performances at The Westside Theatre (407 W. 43rd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues), opening night is Thursday, March 7.
Chick Flick the Musical has music direction by Matt Castle (Found: A New Musical; Once Upon A Mattress), choreography by Sarah O'Gleby(Mythic - London; Associate Choreographer - Disney's Frozen; Kennedy Center Honors), and directed by David Ruttura (Associate Director - Network, School of Rock).Broadway Venture Capital Fund produces with executive producers Richard Frankeland Joe Watson.
The cast of Chick Flick the Musical includes: Sharon Catherine Brown (Dreamgirls; Joseph...), Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Lysistrata Jones; Legally Blonde), Carla Duren(Hairspray; 110 In The Shade), and Megan Sikora (Holiday Inn, Clueless) with Jillian Louis (It Shoulda Been You; Soul Doctor) and Madison Stratton (Brigadoon; Baby) as Standbys.
Chick Flick the Musical invites you to join Karen, Dawn, Sheila, and Meg as they get
together to unwind, watch a chick flick, and play their favorite drinking game. As the festivities proceed and the tequila flows, can the power of meet cutes and makeover montages save the day as relationship drama and career crises bubble to the surface? Celebrating the healing power of sisterhood, laughter, and life lessons from the movies we know and love, Chick Flick the Musical is ultimately about life's greatest love story: friendship.
Chick Flick the Musical features scenic design by Jason Sherwood (RENT Live on Fox; The View Upstairs; The Spice Girls World Tour), costume design by Suzy Benzinger (Movin' Out; A Chorus Line), lighting design by Jeff Croiter (Tony® Award Winner - Peter and the Starcatcher; Falsettos), sound design by Peter Fitzgerald (American Son; John Lithgow: Stories By Heart), and hair, wig and make-up design by Campbell Young Associates. Music supervision, arrangements, and orchestrations by Frank Galgano and
Photo Credit: Maria Baranova