Read interviews with five Corkscrew playwrights on PLAYBILL
* Please note that our scheduled reading presentation of Mathilde Dratwa's Milk and Gall on July 20th has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
CORKSCREW LATE NIGHT (a new series of casual musical theater concerts)
JULY 26th, 2018 at 9:30pm
Katie (Hathaway) & Julian (Hornik) & Nicholas (Williams)
KATIE HATHAWAY is a Brooklyn based writer and composer. Her plays and musicals have been performed and developed at Ars Nova, Yale Institute for Music Theater, The Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, The Flea Theater, New Dramatists, The Bushwick Starr, Dixon Place, Joe’s Pub, and the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop. She is a MacDowell Colony fellow, an alumni of Barnard College and has an MFA in playwriting from Brooklyn College. Her band Hathaways will have an EP out later this summer!
JULIAN HORNIK is the composer of Tenn, a new musical based on the early life of Tennessee Williams, which premiered at Symphony Space in NY, and was further developed at the Wallis Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills through the ASCAP Workshop, directed by Stephen Schwartz. His musical adaptation of Jame’s Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room premiered at Yale in 2015. He has performed his songs at the Kennedy Center, New York City Center (with Sutton Foster and Jonathan Groff), and with the San Francisco and Los Angeles Gay Men’s Choruses. He is a recent graduate of Yale University, and the recipient of the 2017 ASCAP Lucille and Jack Yellen Award.
NICHOLAS WILLIAMS is a Brooklyn-based composer/lyricist, pianist, and long-time music teacher at Saint Ann’s School. He writes and performs with Micah Bucey as one half of the semi-defunct musical theater power pop duo, The Gay Agenda. Nicholas and Micah also wrote the musical Open Season with playwright Bill Cain. Recent projects include Caucasian Chalk Circle with Lee Sunday Evans, puppet musical Riddle of the Trilobites with Collaborationtown, and Mutant Water Babies with Geo Decas O’Donnell.
July 17th, 2018 at 9:30pm
Patrick and Daniel Lazour
Patrick and Daniel Lazour are brothers, songwriters and collaborators. They have written seven musicals and hundreds of songs as a team. Their more recent music theatre projects include We Live in Cairo, which will premiere at the American Repertory Theater in 2019, and Bethesda, about a medical miracle in the 1960s. A new take on the troubadour tradition, they present an evening of stories, featuring excerpts from their shows, stories and stand-alone pieces.
PAY WHAT YOU CAN -- The following are Pay What You Can performances: Sunday, July 15 at 4:30pm (Field, Awakening); Sunday, July 15 at 8pm (The End of Mermaids); Saturday, July 21 at 1pm (Pie Shop Play); Sunday, July 29 at 8pm (delicacy of a puffin heart); Friday, August 3 at 4:30pm (Desarrollo). Some tickets can be reserved online for these performances, while the bulk will be available for purchase on the day of the performance via cash or credit.
STUDENT RUSH -- $10 student rush tickets are available at the door before every performance - you must be a current student and show a valid student ID.
*Please also note that our scheduled reading presentation of Mathilde Dratwa's Milk and Gall on July 20th has been cancelled.