WICKED FROZEN Extends Through 2019 at St. Luke's Theatre
Producer John Lant is pleased to announce another extension of the Off-Broadway premiere, and newest hit, WICKED FROZEN, the untold parody musical of some magic ice witch princesses (with unexpected emotional bite), as it rocks out until the end of 2018, and is set to continue through the New Year. All Original songs with book and lyrics by Zoe Farmingdale and music and lyrics by Toby Singer. The production is directed and choreographed by Zoe Farmingdale.
Production Opened March 2018 at St. Luke's Theatre. Continuing Performances run Sundays at 7:30p.m. at St. Luke's Theatre located at 308 West 46th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues). Tickets cost between $29 and $99 and can be purchased through Telecharge at www.telecharge.com or by calling (212) 239-6200. For more information, please visit www.wickedfrozen.com. If you would like to request a group of 20+, please contact email@example.com
WICKED FROZEN tells the story of Kristen Chenobell, a young actress who puts her career on hold to care for her ailing father, returning home to teach science in a Boston public school. Miss Chenobell's excitement about her first day leading drama club is thwarted when only one student shows up, Adele Dazeem, a precocious preteen who uses theatrical fantasies as a way to cope with her fears about the world and her troubles at home. When a Boston blizzard traps them both in the classroom, Adele convinces Miss Chenobell to read her magnum opus, a totally original story called Wicked Frozen. Musical theater madness ensues when the dour classroom is transformed into the halls of Shitz University in the magical land of ScandiNorFinDelle, where Elsaba and Glindanna vie for the love of Prince Ikea and battle the evil foe Cli-MAH-te Chan-JE and her plans to heat up the whole world. As Adele and Kristen's fantasy world spins increasingly out of control, and reality sets in, they soon find their own imperfect lives changed...for good.
Featured in the cast are Kathleen Armenti, Libby Anderson, Allison Frasca, Amanda Germachi, Cassandra Giovine, Will Jacobs, Tyler Joseph, Shandi Ann Maghran, Vanessa Magula, Emily Mathwich, Jake McKenna, Joshua Nasser, Nick Nudler, Austin Sanders, Daniel Saulle, Chris Evan Simpson, Natalie Sullivan, Bethany Nicole Taylor, Keith Weiss, Meagan Wells. and Sarah Wolff. Music accompaniment Toby Singer, Scott Stein, Jeremy Yaddaw and Zach Sinao.
Toby Singer (Music, Lyrics, Music Director, Sound Design)
Tony is a theatre composer, playwright, and music producer. In addition to Wicked Frozen, his work includes Gruff, an environmental activist retelling of the Billy Goats Gruff story. Written with Brooklyn theatre company Doppelskope, Gruff was commissioned by Muhlenberg College in 2014, was subsequently featured in the New York Times, and made its off-Broadway debut with Vital Theatre Company in 2017. It will next be staged this spring at the Long Island Children's Museum. Toby also collaborated with Doppelskope on two other musicals commissioned by Muhlenberg College; Grimm, a technology-focused exploration of the Grimm fairy tales, and Growl, a capitalist deconstruction of Goldilocks & the Three Bears. South By South Death, a slasher musical set at a summer music festival, written with Jared Saltiel, premiered in a sold-out residency at Brooklyn's National Sawdust in 2016. The Utopia of Now, a Silicon Valley-focused adaptation of Voltaire's Candide, premiered at the 2016 Fort Worth Fringe Festival. University of Michigan-trained (Go Blue!), Toby lives in Brooklyn with his wife Rabbi Rachel Van Thyn, and his exuberant flat-coated retriever Neko.
Zoe Farmingdale (Book, Lyrics, Director, Choreographer)
Zoe has performed in regional theatres and dance festivals all over the USA; her choreography and original music have been presented all over NYC; and her writing has been produced both nationally and internationally. Recent writing credits include the musical Life is a Dream: A Fairy-Tale for Adults-For Kids! (The Tank); Preschool! A Pint-Sized Musical (co-written with Teresa Bayer, Winner: Best Musical WVMTF 2012); An Untitled Art Sketch Comedy Show Inspired by Mead Notebooks (co-written with Oscar Montoya); and video sketch content for Catmagic (comedy/music duo with Bethany Nicole Taylor). Zoe has written several short plays as a resident playwright with Amios Theatre; recently her piece What Do You Say? was presented at a Fine Arts festival in Taipei. Recent NYC/Regional Theatre acting credits: The Importance of Being Earnest (Cecily), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Sally), The Pirates of Penzance (Isabel), Hunter Gatherers (Pam), The Other Place (The Woman), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Logainne), Coffee and Biscuit (HERE Arts; NYFringe), Red Light Winter (Christina), Cabaret (Helga/Gorilla). Comedy: UCB, Second City, PIT (house team member), Story Pirates. TV/Film: ONN; Billy on the Street; appearances on Discovery ID, MTV, and Fuse; commercials and film festivals worldwide. Zoe is from St. Louis, MO but currently resides in sunny Los Angeles.
John Lant (Producer / Artistic Director)
John is a 35-year veteran in the entertainment industry, has produced 7 Off-Broadway plays, and has been involved in over 600 television, film, music tours, and theatrical productions. An award-winning producer, director, writer, lighting / set designer, he has mounted productions at Cal Arts, Ricardo Montalban, Powerhouse, Glendale Center, Hollywood Playhouse, Long Beach Playhouse, the Jewel Box Theatres and Write Act Repertory garnering DramaLogue, Diamond, ADA, NAACP Awards, LA Weekly and Backstage Picks of the Week, Garland and Valley Theatre (LA) nominations. As an Executive Producer of New Frequency - Theatre of the Mind, he produced 150 all-new original Radio Dramas for XM Radio's Sonic Theatre - Ranked as the #1 Radio show. With Jonathan Sanger at Chanticleer Films, he worked on two shorts that won an Emmy and an Oscar, also mentored under Howard Storm and directed Children's TV Pilots Symphology, Carrot Talk, and Anonymous Confessions. Recently as Producing Artistic Director of Write Act Repertory/Director of Development for Twisted Media NYC his Off-Broadway production of FABULOUS! The Queen of Musicals! Other Off-Broadway Lead Producing credits; 2by Tennessee Williams (AEA), Pillars of NY; OFF-BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS CURRENTLY RUNNING: Lili Marlene, Frankenstein, It Came from Beyond, Wicked Frozen, and in pre-Production Pearl-The Musical (with creative team members of Dreamgirls! Original Broadway Cast); LOS ANGELES PRODUCTIONS CURRENTLY RUNNING: - Finest Hour (Winston Churchill project), Wicked Wicked Mae West West, and Prez - The Lester Young Story.
Under the artistic leadership of John Lant since 2003, acclaimed WRITE ACT REPERTORY has produced over 40 Mainstage and 80 original one-act plays in Los Angeles and Off-Broadway in New York City. Write Act Repertory is dedicated to the development of original plays, lesser known works by established writers, adaptations of classical-themed materials and musicals. Write Act Repertory also produces rarely seen works and unfinished musicals by composers who passed before their work was completed. www.writeactrep.org