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  2. World Premiere: 2004 Curtain Call's Dressing Room Theatre, Stamford, CT
    Book & Lyrics by William Squier / Music by Jeffrey Lodin
    Top of the Heap is an edgy parable about the dawn of modern showbiz set to a simmering score of popular jazz standards. It’s New York City, 1955, and a down-and-out nightclub comic will stop at nothing to land a spot on live television’s hit variety program Edgar Callahan’s Top of the Heap. But, when his partner runs afoul of the show’s powerful host, he discovers just how high a price he’ll have to pay.

    Producer- Lou Ursone
    Director- Frank S. Petrilli
    Musical Director- Jeffery Lodin
    Production Design- Peter Barbieri, Jr.
    Choreographer- Hazel Shapiro-Katz
    Assistant Choreographer- Judy Emmett
    Stage Manager- Bob Bray
    Production Supervisor-Lora Schapiro
    Costume Designer- Nancy Louth
    Costume Assistant- Pam Papazidis
    Costume Team- Carole Levine, Hazel Shapiro-Katz, Lore Squier
    Light Board Operator- Melody Anderson
    Sound Engineers- Brent McKinley, Eric Phelan
    Building Crew- Robin Pederson, Ellie Marble, Tracey Marble, Brent McKinley, Levi Squier, Janice Rudolph, Lora Schapiro, Jan Ursone, Gail Yudain, Ted Yudain
    Running Crew: Maddy Gale, Lauren Gulliver
    Cast:
    Sidney, the Floor Director - Paul Valenti
    Studio Technician/Nightclub Patron - Evan Christiano
    Teamster/Bartender - Michael Raimondi
    Camera Man/Nightclub Patron - Ryan Feinstein
    Meryl Dean - Tracy Marble
    Calla-Hen Dancer/Snap Shot Girl/Trina Valenzuela - Vanessa David
    Cigarette Sponsor's Tap Dancer/Calla-Hen Dancer/Nightclub Patron - Dana DiCerto
    Calla-Hen Dancer/Nightclub Patron - Sarah Reuter
    Cigar Sponsor's Model/Nightclub Patron - Priscilla Squiers
    Elsa Orwell - Gail Yudain
    Norma, Elsa's Assistant - Lora Schapiro
    Phyllis Callahan- Janice Rudolph
    Harmon Laybourne - Michael "Motts" Pelazza
    Ronny Mauro - Ralph Pastore
    Edgar Callahan - Ted Yudain
    Gil Webster - Lou Ursone
    Coochie Kovack - Ellen Krinick-Porto
    Joey Fink, a Waiter/Police Officer - Bob Bray
    The Band:
    Piano- Jeff Lodin
    Bass- Nick Macri
    Drums- Brian Coralian

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  4. This adaptation (by Peter Barbieri, Jr. and Debra Lee Faila) of Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta, The Pirates of Penzance, takes place in a failing film studio just outside of London in the year 1927. The studio is losing money and the cast of their last great film epic has walked out due to lack of salary. In a stroke of brilliance, the producer hires the company of the now defunct Music Hall Royale to shoot the film in the new medium of SOUND. Can he finish the film in time before the bank forecloses and shuts down the studio for good? All the great G & S songs you know and love with a fabulously funny new book. Great for the whole family.

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  5. World Premiere:
    Original musical presented by Curtain Call, Inc., in the Dressing Room Theatre, Stamford, CT
    May 2011
    Produced by Lou Ursone
    Directed by BT McNicholl
    Book by William Squier and Dana Hilmer
    Music by Jeffrey Lodin
    Lyrics by William Squier
    Music Director/Accompanist- Isaac Harlan
    Production Design- Peter Barbieri, Jr.
    Stage Manager- John Zimmerman
    Costume Design- Megan Latte Ormond
    Asst. Director /Musical Staging- Gail Yudain
    Assistant Stage Managers- Will Hart, Julia Zimmerman
    Cast:
    Lisa Elysia Jordan
    Jeff Matt Dyer
    Man 1 Jeff Porper
    Man 2 Ken Grace
    Woman 1 Ellen Krinick-Porto
    Woman 2 Betty McCready
    Presented in cooperation with The City of Stamford with additional support from the CT Office of the Arts.

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