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Concerts: The Children Of Children Off Broadway!

Posted on Saturday, December 06 @ 19:00:00 UTC by nightowl

"Here we go, folks!," announces Mark A Durstewitz of Madmen And Dreamers. "Fridays, starting December 12th at 10:30 pm, we will be performing our original rock musical, The Children of Children, at The Bleecker St. Theatre (www.myspace.com/45bleecker), 45 Bleecker St. NYC, 10012.

"Tickets are available on Telecharge and TDF (Theatre Development Fund

"The Children of Children (www.thechildrenofchildren.com) is the story of one father who refuses to divorce his kids. It is the gripping, emotional tale of one of the greatest unaddressed issues of our time. If you haven't been through it, you know someone who has. It is a story of survival and growth and ultimate triumph.

Critically acclaimed on the web and in print, this independent release by Madmen and Dreamers has been nominated for Album Of The Year, had a single ("Madmen and Dreamers") nominated for Record Of The Year and gained unheard of global radio play in both web and terrestrial FM.

"This story should be told to every generation." - Trutti Gasparinetti, choreographer, New York City

". . . this has the same dramatic feel of some of Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous works. Jesus Christ Superstar is the one that comes to mind." - Stephanie Sollow, ProgressiveWorld.net

[Hey, that's me! :-)]

"It may be one of the most memorable, timely and potentially influential pieces of artful commentary to come along in some time ." - Gerald L. Rowles, Ph.D

Directed by Ovidio Vargas

Madmen and Dreamers (and guests) is:

Luca Grella: Father
Christine Hull: Mother
Lauren Lucksavage*: Daughter
Edmond J. Cody III*: Son
Mark A. Durstewitz: Keyboards
Mario Renes: Bass
Robert Dunleavy: Drums and Percussion
Edward Dozier: Guitar

"Directions: Bleecker St. between Lafayette and Bowery (just off Lafayette) right where the 6 subway train lets out. The BDFV and NRW subway trains also let out nearby.

Take the 6 Train to Bleecker St and exit toward the North/East street corner. Once above ground, you'll be right in front of the theater.

Take the BDFV trains to Broadway/Lafayette. Exit on the Lafayette/Houston side, then walk up Lafayette to Bleecker St. It's on the right-hand side.

Take the NRW trains to Prince St. Walk uptown on Broadway, turn right on Bleecker and cross Lafayette. It's on the uptown side of the street.

"See you there!

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