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Premieres NYC presents
Inner Voices
Friday, November 2, 2018 at 8:00PM

TBG Mainstage Theatre
312 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
between 8th & 9th Avenue
A,C,E, 1,2,3 to 34th St.

Scaffolding, with words and music by Jeff Blumenkrantz. Broadway veteran and Tony Award nominee Rebecca Luker (Cinderella) stars in this musical that finds a single mom’s relationship with her brilliant child tested when he interviews for the college of his choice. Directed by Tony Award winner Victoria Clark (The Light in the Piazza), with music direction by Benji Goldsmith.

The Costume, with words and music by Daniel Zaitchik. Newcomer Finn Douglas (A Man’s World) stars in this musical that finds 10-year old Leo on Halloween 1954 given the unexpected task of caring for an injured bird overnight. Directed by Noah Himmelstein, with music direction by Deborah Abramson.

Window Treatment, with words by Deborah Zoe Laufer and music by Daniel Green. Broadway’s Farah Alvin (It Shoulda Been You) is set to star in this musical that finds a lonely New Yorker who plans her glorious future with a stranger across the courtyard. Directed by Portia Krieger, with music direction by Paul Masse.

The design team of INNER VOICES is comprised of: Reid Thompson (set/props), Brooke Cohen Brown (costumes), and Aaron Spivey (lighting). Donald William Myers is Production Stage Manager and Ryan Looke is Assistant Stage Manager. Alan Filderman is the Casting Director. Christine Cirker is Marketing Director. Dailey-Monda Management are the General Managers. “PREMIERES is thrilled to add three more 'jewels' to the canon of INNER VOICES with our sixth production,” stated Artistic Director Paulette Haupt. “It is always exciting to find exceptional creators and give them the opportunity to try a new form of music theater. And it gives me great joy to put these productions together with outstanding directors, musicians, designers and virtuosic performers who bring these new works to life.”