Good Morning New York: A New Musical explores the behind-the-scenes culture of broadcast news.
It's inspired by real people.
Witness the wacky the journey of a competitive - but last place - morning news team to see why people work jobs they hate ... and what will it take to quit.
Journalists from local and national news outlets are giving Good Morning New York rave reviews (see here) after seeing it during the five week Off-Off Broadway run at the People's Improv Theater and New York Theater Festival.
We're taking the show to Off-Broadway in 2019.
JACKLYN THRAPP - EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, CO-COMPOSER, LYRICIST & LIBRETTIST
Jacklyn Thrapp is a New York Emmy winner. Executive producing credits include Off-Broadway's Park for Your Problems (Davenport Theatre). PLAYS: The Christmas Fart (Manhattan Rep) and A Soldier's Lover (The Workshop Theater). TELEVISION: Reporter & Producer for ABC and CBS affiliates in the Midwest. Producer for The CW affiliate in Denver and New York City. Associate producer 21st Century Fox. FILM: Coney Island Trash (Coney Island Film Festival & Italy's Monstra Cinema Taranto Festival) & An American In Ireland (Dublin Smartphone Film Festival & Barcelona Planet Film Festival.)
DYLAN ADLER - COMPOSER
Dylan Adler holds a Bachelors in Music Composition from NYC. His music has been performed at NYU’s Provincetown Theatre and NYU’s Black Box Theatre. His musicals (A Beaver's Tale & Drag Queen) debuted at the NYU Lamplighter’s Club.
BRIDGET GREANEY - DIRECTOR
Bridget Greaney's theater repertoire includes Friends of the Family at NY Winterfest (director), Off-Broadway's Can Do Duck: The Musical (partial lyricist), and Just Wingin' It (creator/director). In 2012, she co-founded Backstage Theatre Company at her alma mater, New York University, for which she directed and produced numerous one-act plays. Bridget has her BFA in Film & TV from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and, beyond her theater endeavors, has gone on to work professionally in television and sports broadcasting.
YERAIN ABREU - ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
A native New Yorker, and Marine Corps Veteran, Yerain has trained with the Bedlam Theatre Company and The Barrow Group acting school.