SOUL SEARCHING THE NEW ROCK MUSICAL

Nuyorican Poets Café, 236 East 3rd St. New York, NY 10009
Thursday, March 15 and Tuesday, March 27, 2018

 

SOUL SEARCHING

 

A NEW IN-CONCERT WORKSHOP PRESENTATION

Featuring Sam Cancelarich, Allison Falkenstern, Mike Gardiner, Nachi Lederer, Danielle Macmath, Esti Mellul and Bishon Prushankin as "Brenda".

 

Music and lyrics by Avi Kunstler

Concept, book, music and lyrics by Matt Okin
 
Bandleader/orchestrations: Jon Taub
 
Musicians: Brennen Dopwell, Brody Greif, Ben Shanblatt, and Jon Taub
 
Dramaturgy and additional material: Michael Gurin
 
Directed by Matt Okin
 
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
 

TICKETS


General Admission: $18.00

 

In SOUL SEARCHING, Brenda, a single New Yorker living on the Upper West Side, somehow finds herself on a comedic and poignant search for her soul-mate with help from her three married friends, all engulfed in relationship troubles of their own.

 

Her journey has just begun...

 

Starting in January 2004, The New Rock Musical SOUL SEARCHING wowed audiences throughout the Tri-State area and beyond in sold-out workshops, productions, and in-concert presentations at Theater for the New City, The 45th Street Theater, the Times Square Arts Center, and two appearances in the New York Musical Theater Festival. Additional concert versions were developed at NYC venues as varied as The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, The DR2 Theater, D-Lounge, Bowery Poetry Club, Drom, The Tank, and many others.

 

Now, for the first time since September 2009, an updated and revised SOUL SEARCHING finally returns, potentially starting redevelopment for new audiences in a new era...

 

"...winning tunes...many hummable melodies...commercial prospects...(this) musical about the quest for love may have a bright future." - Playbill

 

"...catchy tunes...Cruising and schmoozing while looking for Mr. Right." - NY Times

 

"At last a 'Jewish' HAIR...it may become a cult classic..." - NY Theater Wire

 

"...a great choice...thought provoking entertainment...rich with expressive lyrics....I'd recommend the show to people from all different backgrounds and cultures..." - New York Cool