I Like Your Style: A Critical Analysis on Cy Coleman’s Broadway Musicals

On June 14th 1929, 91 years ago, Cy Coleman the great tunes-smith who traversed the music worlds of pop, musical theater and jazz during the 20th century was born. In his lifetime, Cy Coleman has collected many accolades for his music, penned over fourteen musical scores, ten of which have been performed on Broadway, wroteContinue reading “I Like Your Style: A Critical Analysis on Cy Coleman’s Broadway Musicals”

The Best of All Possible Costumes: Q&A with Tony Award Winning Costume Designer, Judith Dolan

“I think the hardest thing in the world to do is a musical and I have many fellow designers who agree with that. It is the hardest art form to pull off.” – Judith Dolan    Introduction: This is our story rich and rare!  As you see from this picture above, what is a TonyContinue reading “The Best of All Possible Costumes: Q&A with Tony Award Winning Costume Designer, Judith Dolan”

The Theater of Scott Frankel & Michael Korie

Introduction From a decaying mansion in the nasty republican town of East Hampton, to a picture perfect suburban house in Hartford, to the beauty salons on New York’s Fifth Avenue, Composer Scott Frankel and Lyricist Michael Korie have taken their audiences to interesting and dramatic slices of American life through their Broadway musicals. The charactersContinue reading “The Theater of Scott Frankel & Michael Korie”

I’m Obsessed: “Applause”

In this blog, I discuss my obsession with the 1970’s musical Applause! I hope to make future blogs about other shows I’m obsessed with but for now, let’s step into world of 1970’s New York City at the Palace Theater! BACKGROUND: “Welcome to the Theater! To the Magic! To the Fun!” Applause is a 1970Continue reading “I’m Obsessed: “Applause””

Statues and Stories: My Musical Trip to Italia

Written August 4th 2017 OVERTURE This past July, I had one of the most life changing and wonderful opportunities of my life, performing musical theater in Italy! I have just returned back to the states, and boy am I jetlagged! I wanted to blog about the highlights of my trip, the wonderful people whom IContinue reading “Statues and Stories: My Musical Trip to Italia”

King Herod Interview

  I had the great privilege about two months to perform the role of King Herod for San Diego State University’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar: In Concert. In anticipation for the concert, I was interviewed by our show’s dramaturg, Maya Greenfield Thong. Here is the article discussing about my research for the role of KingContinue reading “King Herod Interview”