Christiana Cole sings new musical theatre at the annual BMI Smoker
BMI favorite Christiana Cole will be one of the featured performers at the BMI Smoker on Thursday, March 8 at 5pm.
The BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop is widely regarded as the premiere training ground for emerging musical theatre composers, lyricists, and librettists. Since the inception of the workshop in 1961 a great number of works have been created by members and alumni, including: The Book of Mormon, Avenue Q, Ragtime, Nine, A Chorus Line, Grey Gardens, Next to Normal, and many more.
The Smoker is an annual event that features the most outstanding new songs presented in the Workshop that year.
Christiana Cole will be performing four roles in the Showcase —
- Pamela, a trailer trash mom with a heart of gold, in “Back To My Arms” from #MARS by Laura Kleinbaum and Willem Oosthuysen
- Miriam, a recently-dumped schoolteacher who turns into a mermaid, in “What Even (Is My Life Right Now)” from The Average-Sized Mermaid by Jessica Fleitman and Rick Bassett.
- A small, sad child, in “Monkey in the Middle” from Going South by Katya Stanislavskaya.
- A sexy Israeli lady in “Waiting Tables” from Borders by Janine McGuire and Arri Lawton Simon.
The Smoker is FREE with RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday March 8 at 5pm
7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St.
Media Room, 30th Floor
ALL ROADS AND TRAINS LEAD TO BMI