Genre: Musical
©Gordon Tomer
A Musical Romp through the History & Culture of Greenwich Village

Andrew Frank & Doug Silver's new musical takes you on a sexy, high energy musical tour of New York's landmark neighborhood. From Peter Stuyvesant to the Stonewall Girls, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire to NYU, this revue brings Greenwich Village's storied 400-year history to life. The 18 songs include "Oh, Chumley's" (a Prohibition-era Barber Shop Quartet); "Resist the Grid" (about the "grid protests" of 1811), "Splatter Me All Over" (a tribute to painter Jackson Pollock); and "Smoke Smoke (Hey, Man)".

Writers Andrew Frank and Doug Silver are the team behind the Off-Broadway musical Sidd, which CurtainUp called an "upbeat spiritual musical. . . in the tradition of Godspell". Variety raved "[Silver and Frank] clearly have a knack for melody -- several of their songs stick pleasantly in the brain -- and they're at home with everything from power ballads to Kander & Ebb-style cool." The duo is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater workshop. Earlier this year, their adaptation of Macbeth: a Walking Shadow received rave reviews. Michael Criscuolo of called it "one of the best Shakespeare productions I've ever seen" while Fred McKinnon of raved that it was a "mayhem-packed evening of exciting theater." Original concept by Fran Kirmser

About the Company: Manhattan Theatre Source

Manhattantheatresource is a not-for-profit art service organization celebrating its fifth anniversary. Its 55-seat theatre, book store and cabaret, run by full-time volunteers, have afforded more than 2,400 artists opportunities to work in over 475 productions. The Source also provides workshops, marketing and design support, voiceover and video editing services and career consulting to local artists.

Cast: Patti Goettlicher, John-Andrew Morrison, Guy Olivieri, Charlie Parker
Preview:   07/05/07
Open:   07/06/07
Close:   07/28/07

Friday & Saturday at 8:00 pm
Saturday, June 28 at 7:00 pm & 9:00 pm
Theater:   Manhattan Theater Source
Address:   177 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10011
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Closest subway: A,C,E to West 4th. Exit north end of station, walk north on 7th Avenue to 8th Street., right one block to MacDougal Street, right to theatre

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