Advance press for “Caligula Maximus”

Here are some press items in advance of my show “Caligula Maximus” opening soon at House of Yes in Brooklyn.

West Coast Premiere of “Through A Glass, Darkly” Announced

The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus will be performing the West Coast premiere of Mike’s oratorio “Through A Glass, Darkly” on April 9-10, 2011 in La Jolla at the 500-seat Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center’s David and Dorothea Garfield Theatre.

The SDGMC production will be the 6th for “Darkly” since the World Premiere by the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus in March 2008.

Tickets are $25-$40 and can be purchased online at SDGMC.org.

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Time Out New York feature on NYCGMC “Darkly”

This week’s Time Out New York magazine features an interview with Mike about next week’s NYC premiere of “Through A Glass, Darkly” by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus.

Chorus sings about addiction
“High” is a meth-themed concert.
Time Out New York / Issue 769 : Jun 24–30, 2010
By Beth Greenfield

This concert is one night only – Wednesday June 30 at 8pm. Tickets are still available through the Skirball Center website.

Previously:

“Rock Band Live!” workshops in NYC

Mike and I have written and produced the arrangements for “Rock Band Live“, the first-ever live entertainment adaptation of the hugely popular video game by MTV Games. After a two-week workshop, 3 private performances begin today thru Friday at 42nd Street Studios in New York.

The show was written by our long-time pal Joey Wartnerchaney and produced by RWS & Associates Entertainment, Inc., in conjunction with Cedar Fair Entertainment Company and MTV Games.

The score features mashups of “We Got The Beat / We Will Rock You / Blitzkrieg Bop” and “Any Way You Want It / Hit Me With Your Best Shot” as well as interactive, live gameplay with volunteer contestants from the audience.

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