Dan pimps his ride

Dear friends of Pamie:

Someday I will come up from the deep, choking waters that have engulfed me and tell you all how I am doing and what is going on in my insane life. But for now? Instead of that? Spam.

We’re pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for Monica! The Musical. You can purchase them online here:


Seating is very, VERY limited and tickets are on their way out the door, so we suggest you purchase your tickets in advance.

If you have any questions, please please feel free to contact our producers at
info@p73.org or me at my Pamie mail.


P73 presents a workshop production of

Monica! The Musical

book and lyrics by dan J. Blau and Tracie Potochnik
music by Adam Blau

directed by Casey Hushion
music direction by Nadia DiGiallonardo

featuring Roz Beauty Davis*, Ron DeStefano*,
Christine DiGiallonardo, Natalie Joy Johnson*,
Duke LaFoon*, Megan Lawrence*, Charlie Pollock*,
and Eric LaJuan Summers*

*appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association

prop/scenic design: Seth Sklar Heyn
lighting design: John Bartonstein

Friday, May 20 – 8PM, Sat. May 21 – 7PM/10:30PM,
Sunday, May 22 – 7PM, Tuesday, May 24 – 8PM,
Wednesday, May 25 – 8PM, Thursday. May 26 – 8PM,
Friday, May 27 – 8PM

Theatre Three
311 West 43rd Street, 3rd Floor
(between 8th and 9th Avenue)

About the show:
In the face of the national scandal that was the Clinton-Lewinsky affair,
Monica! The Musical dares to answer the crucial questions: “Exactly how did
something this ridiculous happen? To our president? And why did we care so
much?” And it dares to answer these questions in song. Taking an approach
that defies the need for actual research and relies instead on a generous
helping of postmodern imagination, libelous implications, and things that
couldn’t have actually happened, Monica! is a bold satire that mixes D.C.
politics with the best and worst characteristics of musical theater, all the
while causing us to examine our relationship to scandal and human frailty.
At once a galvanizing theater experience and a crap pack of lies, Monica!
The Musical is, at the very least, highly entertaining.


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