sutton square entertainment
"The 39 Steps"
By Patrick Barlow
Directed by Maria Aitken
Based on the Alfred Hitchcock Film
2 TONY Awards
for a Play - Kevin Adams
Best Sound for a Play - Mic Pool
- The 39 Steps
Best Director of a Play - Maria Aitken
Best Sets for a Play - Peter McKintosh
Best Costume for a Play - Peter McKintosh
Best Lighting for a Play - Kevin Adams
Best Sound for a Play - Mic Pool
2 Drama Desk Awards
Unique Theatrical Experience
Best Lighting Design
BEST PLAY - New York Drama Circle Nomination
HARRIET NEWMAN LEVE / RON NICYNSKI, STEWART F. LANE / BONNIE COMLEY MANOCHERIAN
GOLDEN PRODS., OLYMPUS THEATRICALS / DOUGLAS DENOFF, PAM LAUDENSLAGER / PAT
ADDISS, TIM LEVY / REMMEL T. DICKINSON in association with ROUNDABOUT THEATRE
COMPANY(TODD HAIMES, Artistic Driector; Harold Wolpert, Managing Director;
Julia C. Levy, Executive Director) and HUNTINGTON THEATRE COMPANY (NICHOLAS
MARTIN, Artistic Director, MICHAEL MASO, Managing Director), and EDWARD SNAPE
for FIERY ANGEL LTD presents ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE 39 STEPS.
"The 39 Steps" is the two-time Tony Award-winning hit comedy. The amazingly brilliant cast of 4 plays over 140 characters in this fast-paced romp that's great fun for ages 9 to 90. The New York Times calls it "Absurdly Enjoyable." After 3 years (plus one day), 1135 record-breaking performances, on and off-Broadway, TWO 2008 Tony Awards, a US tour, and countless laughs "The 39 Steps" ended its New York run 1/16/2011. Regional Licensing opportunities are available..
“Peggy Sue Got Married”
- a new musical
Book by ARLENE SARNER & JERRY LEICHTLING
Music by BOB GAUDIO
Lyrics by JERRY LEICHTLING
Based on the hit Francis Ford Coppola film, and written by the film's authors, "Peggy Sue"
poses the eternal question, "what would you change if you could go back in time?"
With original songs by Bob "Jersey Boys" Gaudio, "Peggy Sue" takes us back to the stylish 60's in a passionate story of love, family, and the choices we make.
"Baltimore in Black & White"
-a new comedy by Jason Odell Williams
A new play by Jason Odell Williams, this laugh-out-loud ensemble comedy 'brilliantly' directed by Charlotte Cohn looks at how far we've come (and how far we haven't) over the past two decades by exploring two Baltimore family's relationships in 1987 and today. "We're changing the world...one hug at a time."
"Terrific characters, sharp dialogue, and bang-on insights."
- Neil LaBute
“Just Believe...a really, really, REALLY
True Story of The Sandman”
- a new musical
Book by ALBERT J. KALLIS
Based on a story by ALBERT J. KALLIS and RICHARD WILLIAMS
Music and lyrics by DOUGLAS GOODWIN
Soon to become a new American Classic, "Just Believe" is a wonderful fable - the story of Wee Willie Winkie, Morpheus, and The Sandman as they journey from The Land of Nod to earth.
The songs are as beautiful as those in The Wizard of Oz and Mary Poppins, and the story is as timeless as dreamland itself.
-a new musical
Book by Sam Denoff
“Show Business” takes a slightly cynical look at the transformation of a simple romantic comedy from charming play to Hollywood film to Broadway musical and then the virtual world. It also explores the transformation of the author as his work is also transformed.
"I have always been fascinated by the metamorphoses that often occur when a stage play, after its successful Broadway run, is bought by a motion picture company, re-written and re-cast and translated into a film. If the film works, then two years later the musical appears, again going through the necessary creative transformations." - Sam Denoff
"Show Business" explores this whole process in one night.
sees a charming one-act play…then the Hollywood-produced film of the
play, and then the musical of the film of the play…and finally, in todays
virtual world they can download a podcast
-a new comedy
Book by Douglas Denoff
The lives of three New Yorkers hilariously intersect in this new farce. Three apartments, all in the same 'line' of a Manhattan apartment building, are the setting for love and laughter.
PAST PRODUCTIONS - OFF BROADWAY
by Kate Moira Ryan and Linda S. Chapman
Directed by Leigh Silverman
Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner, Harriet Newman Leve, Elyse Singer, Jamie deRoy, Pam Laudenslager and Douglas Denoff present the Hourglass Production of "Beebo Brinker Chronicles"
Beebo Brinker Chronicles follows the lives and loves of four friends in pre-Stonewall Greenwich Village. Beth and Laura, secret lovers in college, still pine for each other. Before they can reunite, they find themselves entangled in a web spun by Beebo Brinker, a butch denizen of the underground bar scene, and Jack, a flamboyant fop with caustic wit."
Adapted from ground-breaking pulp novels of the 1950’s by Ann Bannon, the play recently ended a hugely successful extended sold-out run presented by The Hourglass Group at The Fourth Street Theatre.
Limited engagement March 5 - April 27, 2008 at
37 Arts Theatre, 450 W 37th st (9th/10th) NYC
new media & wireless content