Chicago's FWD THEATRE PROJECT will present a concert staged reading of code name: CYNTHIA as part of the company's 2016 Festival of Works in Development, directed by Amber Mak. Dates and venue to be listed soon - please visit www.FWDTheatre.org for updates.
A calendar of events for performances, readings, and presentations of Code name Cynthia
Pallas Theatre Collective is proud to present code name: CYNTHIA at the KENNEDY CENTER 14TH ANNUAL PAGE-TO-STAGE FESTIVAL 2015 on Saturday, September 5th @ 8:00p, Millennium Stage North. Tickets are free, please visit http://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/event/XPPPS for more details.
code name: CYNTHIA will receive its premiere production with PALLAS THEATRE COLLECTIVE at the Anacostia Arts Center, 1231 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, D.C. from July 29-August 16 2015. Directed by founder and Associate Artistic Director for New Musicals, Tracey Elaine Chessum, tickets are selling fast and expected to be sold out prior to opening. Tickets and information at pallastheatre.org/tickets
The International Spy Museum will host a presentation of CODE NAME: CYNTHIA on July 9, 2015 bringing this original musical home to where the idea for the show was first conceived. Visit the museum website at http://www.spymuseum.org or contact the museum for further information and to attend this unique and exciting event.
Two songs by Steve & Karen Multer will be featured in Three Cat Productions' original show, Chicago Is!, a hometown musical revue featuring songs from some of Chicago’s top composers, weaving history and personal stories from Chicagoans that explore all that Chicago Is! Conceived and directed by Jason Paul Smith, with musical direction by Roy Freeman, the show's contributors also include Cheryl Coons, Michael Duff, Elizabeth Doyle, Roy Freeman, Gary Gimmestad, Rob Dorn, Cory Goodrich, Matt Griffo, Megon McDonough, William David Sherman, and Susan Werner. Berger Park Coach House Theater http://threecatproductions.com/upcoming-season/chicagois
The Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA will present a public staged reading of CODE NAME: CYNTHIA on Wednesday, March 18th 2015 at 7:30p featuring graduate and undergraduate students under the direction of Tracey Elaine Chessum. More information available on the department website at http://www.pointpark.edu/Academics/Schools/COPA.