Tickets are £5-10. For tickets and more information, go to: http://stratford-circus.com/event/island-song
London Actor-Musician Production of ISLAND SONG by Rose Bruford College March 23-25 @ Stratford Circus
// Posted on March 12th, 2017
We just released our new song “Christmas Tree Blues.” Check out this fantastic performance by the brilliant Solea Pfeiffer at the Broadway’s Future Holiday Songbook at Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium.
// Posted on December 16th, 2016
We’ve just released the sheet music to our new song “Waiting,” based on the experiences of many of our actor friends working in the service industry.
Get the sheet music right here at our sheet music store
AND check out this remarkable performance of the song by Jackie Burns (Elphaba in WICKED, If/Then, HAIR) —
// Posted on November 21st, 2016
We’re excited to be participating in the new “In the Works” series at The Duplex (61 Christophe St., NYC). We’ll be sharing 15-20 minutes of material from our new show TOAST, alongside new work from three other fantastic writers: Andrew David Sotomayor, Patrick Dwyer, and Kelly Paige.
The show is Sunday, October 23 at 9:30pm.
Tickets are $10 in advance (2 drink minimum) or $15 at the door (2 drink minimum). Click Here for advance tickets.
// Posted on October 18th, 2016
“Carner & Gregor Underground” a 3-night / 12-character concert at the West End Lounge, August 12, 13, & 15
Carner & Gregor Underground at the West End, a 3-night concert, will be playing New York City’s West End Lounge on August 12 (Friday), August 13 (Saturday), and August 15 (Monday), all shows at 8pm.
The concerts will be directed and produced by Peter William Dunn. The 3 nights will feature 3 different cast playing a different set of characters from various shows of ours.
Tickets are $15 and are available by going to brownpapertickets
Friday, August 12 will feature: John Battageliese, Michelle Dowdy (Hairspray), Imari Hardon (Avenue Q), Michelle Beth Herman, Andrea Levinsky, Meg McWhorter, Morgan Reilly, Andreas Wyder, and Nat Zegree
Saturday, August 13 will feature: Jesse Corbin, Camille Harris, Michelle Beth Herman, Jake McKenna, Johnny Shea, Natalie Weiss (Breaking Down the Riffs, Everyday Rapture, Wicked), Hannah Zazzaro, and Nat Zegree
August 15 will feature: Emily Afton (Hair, Waitress), Stephen C. Anthony (Book of Mormon, Catch Me If You Can), Philippe Arroyo, David Brumfield, Briana Carlson-Goodman (Hair, Dr. Zhivago, Les Miserables), Kathryn Francisco, Carly Kincannon, Andrew Mayer (Natasha and Pierre), and Johnny Shea,
// Posted on August 9th, 2016
We’re excited to be presenting “The Songs of Carner & Gregor” at the gorgeous 54 Below (254 W. 54th St.) on June 2 at 9:30.
We’ll share a mix of material from three works in progress, including TOAST (fresh off our workshop at the Bloomington Playwrights Project), an as-yet-to-be-announced musical adaptation of an ABC TV series, and ISLAND SONG – just in advance of our Adirondack Theatre Festival production later in the month.
The cast features a mix of Broadway stars and extraordinary newcomers, including:
Teal Wicks (Finding Neverland, Wicked)
Natalie Weiss (Breaking Down the Riffs, Everyday Rapture)
Gregory Haney (Hamilton, Bring it On)
Kathleen Elizabeth Monteleone (Hands on a Hardbody)
Stephen C. Anthony (Book of Mormon)
Madeline Trumble (Newsies, Wicked)
Aaron Galligan-Stierle (Ragtime, Phantom of the Opera)
Larry Owens (Gigantic/Fat Camp, Strange Loop)
Tickets are $35 with a $25 food/drink minimum
for tickets and info, go to: http://54below.com/artist/the-songs-of-carner-gregor
// Posted on May 9th, 2016
The production will be directed by Marlo Hunter and musical directed by Vadim Feichtner. The cast will feature Kathleen Monteleone (Hands on a Hardbody, You’re the One That I Want, Legally Blonde), Aaron Galligan-Stierle (Ragtime, Grinch…, Phantom of the Opera), Madeline Trumble (Newsies, Mary Poppins, Wicked), Philippe Arroyo, and Emily Schultheis (Wicked).
ISLAND SONG follows a year in the lives of five New Yorks and the loose connections that bring them into each others’ lives at moments that become pivotal. The score includes “Sing, But Don’t Tell,” “Wall Lovin’,” “Stay Awhile,” “Make It Here,” “After Hours,” “So Far From Pennsylvania,” “New York, Do You Care?” and many more, including 5 MAC-nominated numbers.
// Posted on April 26th, 2016
Proud to pass along that “The Egg Nog Song” won a 2016 Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC) Award for “Best Comedic Song.” It was our 8th nomination for either “Best Song” or “Best Comedic Song” and we finally un-Susan-Lucci-ed ourselves.
Click here for the Playbill.com article on the 2016 MAC Awards
Check out Chris Critelli’s brilliant performance of the song in its Christmas 2013 debut:
And have a look at Emily Clark’s hilarious performance of the song from this past Christmas’s “A Little New Music” concert in Los Angeles:
// Posted on April 5th, 2016
The awards will take place in Los Angeles on April 6th.
To check out Redheads Anonymous and the song, which plays in the closing credits, check out:
// Posted on March 5th, 2016
Join us on Saturday, December 19th for our first ever holiday show, SOMEBODY PUT ACID IN THE EGG NOG – a NICE and NAUGHTY Evening with Carner & Gregor and Friends.
And what are the holidays without friends? Some of our favorite young writers will be joining us to share some original holiday songs alongside some of our new holiday songs and a pair of mini holiday musicals!
The evening will be hosted by the delightful and hilarious Ben Cameron (Broadway Sessions, Wicked) and will feature amazing guest stars, including Broadway legend Carole Demas (Original Sandy in GREASE, The Magic Garden) Youtube sensation Natalie Weiss (Breaking Down the Riffs, Everyday Rapture), Sebastian Hedges Thomas (Kinky Boots), William Thomas Evans (Scarlet Pimpernel, A Tale of Two Cities), Tyler McKenzie (Mamma Mia), Doug Shapiro (Once Upon a Mattress), Drew Arisco, McKenna Cox, Theo Dolan, Christopher Gilroy, Mike I. Haber, Carly Kincannon, Andrew Mayer, Jake McKenna, Elyse Moon, Samantha Parrish, Danielle Porcellini, Stephanie Sequeira, and Kevin White.
Featured performers include
Festivities are at 9:30pm (doors at 9) on Saturday, December 19th at the lovely Triad Theatre (aka Stage 72) at 158 W. 72nd St. in New York City. Tickets are $12.25 (get it?)
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS AND INFO. It’ll be a super-fun evening, and we hope you can join us!
// Posted on November 19th, 2015