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Be sure to catch two concerts of rising super-star composer & fellow “Adaubmelle’s Quest” participant Bobby Cronin this September:

The first concert will be on September 13 in Connecticut at The Palace Theatre (1265 Main Street, Danbury, CT), produced by TheStage Repertory Company as the kickoff to an ongoing series. Joining Bobby will be fellow participant LaQuet Sharnell (“Memphis”), Andrew Kober (“Hair”), Jared Gertner (“25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” and “Ordinary Days”) along with Allison Case (“Hair”), Jenn Furman (“Wicked”), Brian Gallagher (“Wonderland”), Brett Teresa (“B.R.A.T.T. CAMP”), Robyn Lee (“B.R.A.T.T. CAMP”), Jennifer Dinoia (“Wicked”), and Brad Simanski (“Wicked”).

The second concert will be on September 19 in Chicago at Davenport’s (1383 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL). Joining Bobby will be Dee Roscioli (“Wicked”), Brad Simanski (“Wicked”), Emily Rogers (“The Beaten Path”), and Brett Teresa (“B.R.A.T.T. CAMP”).

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Today was another exciting day. I attended my very first industry reading. What is an industry reading one might ask? An industry reading is when a show is presented before producers and other potential investors in hopes of having a commercial run. The actors perform the full show with scripts in hand and depending on space, minimal costume and set, if any at all.

The reading today was for a show called “The Beaten Path” by the talented & dynamic singer/songwriter/composer Bobby Cronin (a fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant). Formally titled “B.R.A.T.T. Camp,” “The Beaten Path” tells the story about a group of kids who get sent to boot camp in hopes of having their mischievious/self-destructive ways reformed. Each character maybe going through their own emotional journey, but together they are all going through the journey of life and growing up. “The Beaten Path” is an emotional and at times humorous musical that deserves to be taken. The music Bobby has written really drives the story forward and easily allows the audience to feel the strong emotions of these characters. The young cast he chose for the reading was fantastic, comprising of Andrew Barbato, Zachary Infante, Megan Pietrantonio, Julie Reiber, Emily Rogers, Justin Stein, and Derrick Trumbly.

In a world where one can easily feel disconnected, Bobby Cronin knows how to make you feel connected. If you are looking for a show to produce this will hopefully be the one you choose, contemporary & modern, with a lot of heart!

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