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Errol and Fidel: Winners at The New York Musical Festival

Got some great news last night. Errol and Fidel, the musical I was involved in, cleaned up at the awards ceremony for the New York Musical Festival. Among others, it won for Best Musical. Check out the musical director’s post below for more details. What a pleasure it was to work on this.

And in the website of the Festival:

OUTSTANDING MUSICAL ARRANGEMENTS AND ORCHESTRATIONS
Winner: Doug Oberhamer, Errol and Fidel

OUTSTANDING CHOREOGRAPHY
Winner: Justin Boccitto, Errol and Fidel

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Randy Blair, GEORAMA: AN AMERICAN PANORAMA TOLD ON 3 MILES OF CANVAS
George Psomas, ERROL AND FIDEL
Nattalyee Randall, THE GOREE ALL-GIRL STRING BAND

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE AWARDS:
Janet Aldrich, BEN, VIRGINIA, AND ME (THE LIBERACE MUSICAL)
Sydia Cedeño, ERROL AND FIDEL
Ian Ferrell, GENERATION ME
Julia Nightingale, GENERATION ME
Anabella Ronson-Benenati, GENERATION ME
PJ Griffith, GEORAMA: AN AMERICAN PANORAMA TOLD ON 3 MILES OF CANVAS
Harriet D. Foy, MOTHERFREAKINGHOOD! (MATERNAL DISCRETION ADVISED)
Tara Martinez, NIGHT TIDE
Sharon Sachs, NUMBERS NERDS
Carrie Berk, PEACE, LOVE, AND CUPCAKES
Zoe Wilson, PLAY LIKE A WINNER

SHOW-SCORE BEST OF FEST: PRODUCTION
ERROL AND FIDEL

Check the full info at:

http://www.playbill.com/article/2017-new-york-musical-festival-awards-for-excellence-announced

Errol and Fidel, the Musical

After a successful album release at the end of June, my latest endeavor is playing bass for an up and coming musical called Errol and Fidel. It will be part of the 2017 New York Musical Festival. We had two excellent rehearsals over the last two days and these performances are going to be a lot of fun. Check out the images for more details.

One adventure, two heroes. Something’s gotta give.
Cuba, 1958: Revolution is in the air! In his final year Errol Flynn has one last adventure. The dashing star of so many Hollywood blockbusters yearns to be a real hero, and Fidel Castro fits the bill. What Fidel craves is fame, and who better than Errol to show him how? At the height of the revolution an explosive encounter beckons – fueled by envy, lust, and vanity – with a mysterious woman calling the tune. Or could the CIA really be pulling the strings? Who knew revolution could be so much fun?

 

More info:

http://www.nymf.org/festival/2017-events/errol-and-fidel/