Anything You Can Do Promo!
With Gabrielle Mirabella, Producer
It started as a fundraiser...
I was looking for a way to pay off my "non-tuition fees" as I headed to NYU Tisch's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.
What's a "non-tuition fee"?
I have no idea, but I still had to pay it.
So, I gathered some of the most talented female-identifying performers I had worked with over the past decade, called up some amazing composers and did the only thing I actually know how to do...
We put on a show!
After the success of our inaugural concert we quickly realized that we had a conversation
"Where are the leading roles for women on stage?
and a community.
Our goal at AYCD is this:
More LEADING female-narratives on the musical-theatre and opera stages.
Join us, use us, help us.
This cannot be solved by one person alone.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR "PRODUCERS":
-PAUL & REGINA MIRABELLA
-LEON GRANT BUSSINGER
-JIM & SUSAN BURCH
-A GENEROUS ANONYMOUS DONOR
To become a "Producer" yourself head over to our gofundme page:
"There are more female actors than there are male in musical theatre and fewer roles, and not by a little. The ratio of male to female roles in musical theatre is shockingly unbalanced. Even some of the great iconic roles in the musical theatre cannon: Evita, Aldonza, and Mary Magdalene (in Evita, Man of La Mancha, and Jesus Christ Superstarrespectively), are in shows where almost every other role is played by a man. Musicals that are heavily cast with women, like Nine or Company, may give a lot of female actors work, but the show is still all about the man."- Harmony France's article in HuffPost (click here to read
Right for Theatre.
-Gabrielle Mirabella, Producer