Past Productions

January 19-22, 2012 NH Premiere of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, the critically acclaimed Broadway musical that closed in January of 2011, was performed at the Amato Center, 56 Mont Vernon St. in Milford, NH. Shows were Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., as well as 2 p.m. on Sunday, with a special VIP ticket available for Saturday night that included a swag bag, reserved seating, and entrance at a VIP party with the cast and crew post-show. This show used a punk rock style of presentation to bring new life and contemporary relevance to the rise of Andrew Jackson, our country’s seventh president and an extremely controversial figure. Due to some filthy language, blood and promiscuity, this show was recommended for mature high school and adult audiences only.

Our Cast and Band:
Andrew Jackson-Dylan Gamblin
Rachel Jackson-Jamie Feinberg
Ensemble/Band Members: Ross Boyd, Lauren Dillon, Jocelyn Duford, Justin McLean, Dave Ostrowski, Anja Parish, Angel Roy, Becky Rush, Daniel Sardella, Joey T., Tom Holmes, Nat Ward

Our Production Team:
Director-Marc Murai
Musical Director, Choreographer-Jamie Feinberg
Stage Manager-Steve Pierpont

Set Designer-Tom Morgan
Costume Designer-Kim Cassetta
Sound Designer/Operator-Tim Koukos
Lighting Design/Operator-Craig Brennan

VIP Tickets were available for Saturday, January 21st! These include reserved seating, a swag bag specific to the production, and admission to the exclusive after-party with the cast and crew. Boston-based punk rock band The Furiousity entertained, and food and drink were served. The show ran 90 minutes without an intermission.

November 12, 2011-NYMMT was proud to bring a full lineup of musical entertainment to Not Your Grandma’s Craft Fair. The set kicks off with powerhouse vocalist Kevin Kimball from 10:30 to 11 a.m. The cast of [title of show] reunited from 11 to 11:30 a.m., followed by [tos] cast member Joey T. solo from 11:30-12. 12-1 was The Fitted Shirt Unplugged, followed by Tuna Fish Discrepancy Unplugged from 1-2! It was a fantastic new event and we were so proud to join them! The Craft Fair itself ran from 9 am to 3 pm at McDonough Elementary in Manchester, NH.

October 30Not Your Mom’s Halloween Party was presented by Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater. We were at the Jam Factory, a great little hole in the wall original music venue in the ever shady Raxx Billiards building on Elm St., Manchester, for spooky musical theater songs sung by your NYMMT favorite performers and awesome Halloween-themed performances by local bands The Fitted Shirt and Tuna Fish Discrepancy. Tickets were only $5 (cheap enough to come and go as you please), with lots of tasty treats, freebies to give away, fun raffles and contests. 21 and up! The fun started a bit late due to the freak snowstorm the night before, but despite a few setbacks it was a blast of a show.

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NYMMT performed the NH Premiere of the Tony-nominated musical [title of show] in January of 2011. This quirky musical comedy proved that all you need are 4 chairs and a keyboard (plus four actors and a pianist) to tell the true story of two guys who write a musical about writing a musical about writing a musical and take it to the NYMTF and then all the way to Broadway. This show was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Book in 2009. The cast featured Jennifer Mallard as Heidi, Heidi Welch as Susan, Mike Gallagan as Jeff and Joey T. as Hunter. Anja Parish was dance captain and female understudy. The production was directed by Jamie Feinberg and assisted by Nat Ward.

Update: Joey T. has made the Top 5 in the Professional category for Best Actor in [title of show]. Likewise, Jennifer Mallard has made the Top 5 in the Professional category for Best Supporting Actress in [title of show]. Congratulations to you both!

NYMMT presented an edgy, 18+ fundraiser in the vein of South Park and The Eight Reindeer Monologues called Not Your Mom’s Sushi: A Rockin’ Christmas Spectacular. The show was a fundraiser for both Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater and Neptune Sushi Productions and contained adult language and off-color humor. It was performed December 2nd at Milly’s Tavern at 9 pm and December 18th at The Jam Factory at 8 pm with a free 7 pm pre-show featuring members of Granite State Theatresports (both in Manchester, NH) The evening was emceed by Rich Hurley, and punk rock band The Furiousity and rock band The Tunafish Discrepancy were featured on alternate nights, as were cast members from [title of show].

Mike Gallagan and Joey T. of the [title of show] cast performed a parody of a song they each perform in our Christmas show-enjoy this “Santa Baby” parody.

Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater presented their first production, The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! to great acclaim Not Your Moms Musical Theater, Musical Comedy, Musical of Musicals: The Musical, NH comedy theaterSeptember 17-19, 2010 at Boynton’s Taproom in Manchester, NH. This hilarious off-Broadway show uses four characters and presents 5 mini-musicals, each parodying the style of a different performer. The cast included Jennifer Mallard, Joey T., Heidi Welch and Michael Gallagan, and Anja Parish understudied. Jamie Feinberg directed, with assistance from Nat Ward. This production will be remounted on Friday, March 25 at 7:30 PM at Hillsboro-Deering High School. It’s free and open to the public! Join us.

Visit “Press and Quotes” to read reviews and comments about our first production. The cast returned for our production of [title of show] in January.

Appletree Business Services sponsored (www.appletreebusiness.com), with help from our team of grassroots producers and Boynton’s Taproom.

 

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