Registration for the following event begins on
Wednesday July 31st at 12:00pm/noon
All reservations must be placed online. No emails or phone calls please.
A GIRL CALLED VINCENT - NEO Developmental Reading
Thursday, August 8 at 3:00pm*
Music by Carmel Dean
Directed by Dick Scanlan
Music direction by Charity Wicks
Cast: Bonnie Milligan, Dani Shay, Tamika Sonja Lawrence, Van Hughes, Kelvin Moon Loh, Gerard Canonico
Stage Manager: Chris Zaccardi
A GIRL CALLED VINCENT refers to Edna St. Vincent Millay, whose poetry has been set to music in this lyrical theatre piece written by composer Carmel Dean (music director, AMERICAN IDIOT) and directed by Dick Scanlan (book and lyrics, 2002's Tony Award-winning Best Musical, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE). Millay, who predated F. Scott Fitzgerald as the voice of the Jazz Age and the cultural revolution that accompanied it, wrote poetry that was lyrical and licentious, presenting in verse a vision of female sexuality that was decades ahead of its time and paving the way for scores of women writers and artists and thinkers. Millay was catapulted to fame 100 years ago at the age of 20, becoming an international celebrity and living in the limelight for the rest of her life. A century later, Carmel Dean has written a truly contemporary score that allows Millay's language to be heard with fresh ears and an open heart.
When & Where
York Theatre Company
The York produces nearly 200 musical theater performances each year, to an audience of over 30,000 theatregoers. York also provides outreach services and activities throughout the year for various underserved populations, such as senior centers and student groups.