Genre: Musical
Book & Lyrics by TAJLEI LEVIS; Music by JOHN MERCURIO; Based on the novel by EDITH WHARTON

SHARON CARR ASSOCIATES, LTD is pleased to announce the return engagement of GLIMPSES OF THE MOON, a Jazz Age musical with book & lyrics by Tajlei Levis and music by John Mercurio, directed by Marc Bruni. GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is back by popular demand for an ongoing run at Off-Broadway's Oak Room in the Algonquin Hotel (59 West 44th Street, between 5th and 6th Ave.). Performances begin Monday, October 20. Press night is Monday, November 3 at 8 pm.

Hailed by critics and audiences in January 2008, GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is the first original musical created specifically for the intimate wood-paneled Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel. Set in 1922, GLIMPSES OF THE MOON follows the jazzy whirl of Manhattan society, from champagne-soaked dinner parties, to luxurious vacation cottages and back to New York's elegant hotels.

A charming romantic musical, based on one of Edith Wharton's rare comedies, GLIMPSES OF THE MOON is not without its share of heartaches. Popular but penniless, Susy Branch and her friend Nick Lansing devise a clever scheme: to marry and live off the wedding presents, while they help one another find suitable millionaires. The plan works perfectly-- until they fall in love.

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON stars Autumn Hurlbert (Legally Blonde) as Susy, and Chris Peluso (Lestat) as Nick, also starring is Jane Blass (Hairspray Nat'l Tour) as Ellie, Laura Jordan (Cry Baby and In My Life) as Coral, Daren Kelly (Crazy for You, Woman of the Year, Deathtrap, South Pacific) as Nelson and Glenn Peters as Streffy. Additional casting will be announced soon.

The production features Lighting Design by Richard Winkler (Original A Chorus Line and 25th anniversary national tour of Evita), Costume Design by Lisa Zinni (Associate Costume Designer: Rent), Choreography by Denis Jones (Associate Choreographer: Legally Blonde, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) and Scenic Consulting by Ted LeFevre (Broadway Associate: The Country Girl, Rock 'n' Roll, Grease, Coram Boy, Sweeney Todd). General Management is by Brierpatch Productions - Laura Janik Cronin/Scott Newsome, casting is by Geoff Josselson and the Stage Manager is Carlos Maisonet.

Cast: Jane Blass, Chris Peluso

Preview:   10/20/08
Open:   11/03/08
Close:   01/04/09

GLIMPSES OF THE MOON plays every Monday at 8 pm. Doors open at 6:00 PM and seating is general admission. Final seating for dinner service is at 6:30 PM. Doors close at 7:30 PM and there is no late seating permitted.
Theater:   Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel
Address:   59 West 44th Street, between 5th an
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Cost:Tickets are $65 plus a $30 food and beverage minimum. (A prix fixe dinner is available for $60.)
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(Suzy) is thrilled to be part of Glimpses of the Moon and she recently made her Broadway Debut in Legally Blonde at the Palace! 1st National Broadway Tour: Beth March in Little Women. Most recent regional work: Belle in Beauty and the Beast (Northern Stage), Eponine in Les Miserables (Pioneer Theater). NY Readings/Workshops: Catch Me If You Can, Calligula, VOTE!, Up In The Air. TV: “Guiding Light” and MTV's “Legally Blonde The Musical: The Search For Elle Woods”. She is a proud member of AEA and also a singer/songwriter.

(Coral Hicks) Broadway: In My Life (Samantha); NYC: workshops of Prairie (with Patrick Swayze & Melissa Gilbert) and In My Life; Vrrrooommm!!! (SPF 2007); .22 Caliber Mouth (Ohio Theater); Oedipus for Kids! and Such Good Friends (NYMF 2006/2007). Regionally: Portland Stage, Northshore Music Theater, Hartford Stage, Nashville Repertory, and Wilma Theater. Origins: Saginaw, MI.

DAREN KELLY (Nelson) has been seen on Broadway in Crazy for You, Woman of the Year, Deathtrap, and South Pacific (NYCO). His Off-Broadway credits include Coward's Long Island Sound for T.A.C.T. Kelly has toured the country in productions of 42nd Street, Footloose, Promises/Promises, and Children. He has been seen in repertory at Yale, Long Wharf, O'Neill Center, South Coast, Kennedy Center, Center Stage, Asolo and Westport. His film and TV credits include Law and Order, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, M*A*S*H, Kate & Allie, Loving and Love Hurts with Jeff Daniels.


GLENN PETERS (Streffy) Off-Broadway: The Turn of the Screw, Murder by Poe, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Richard III (Acorn Theatre), American Dreams: Lost and Found (Lucille Lortel). Other New York Theatre: The Shaughraun (Storm Theatre), Sympathy Jones (Julia Miles Theatre/NYMF), Alice in War (Beckett Theatre/SPF), West Moon Street (Prospect Theater), Murdering Marlowe (Access Theatre), The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World (Beckett Theatre/NYMF). Regional: I Am My Own Wife (Zachary Scott Theatre), Mere Mortals (Two River Theater). Three year alumnus of The Acting Company.