"Songs from The 88"

"Songs From The 88" is an interactive concert featuring songs, poems and monologues from reg e gaines and Calvin Gaines’ new Musical, The 88. Ten tiny siblings board the 88, sometimes together, often alone, but always accompanied by their grandmother, Marcella. She is their ticket to The Great White Way and why each one learned they belong. Musical Direction by Mark Wilson.

Two Performances only! Friday Oct. 6th at 8pm Sat. Oct. 7th at 2pm. All tickets are $20.

This presentation is a fundraiser to the artists help continue work on the piece, a homage to the brothers' grandmother, Marcella Victoria Quarles.

Contact Information
  1. Joanna Warner
  2. (973) 395-5551
  3. joanna.warner@lunastage.org
Fri, October 06
8:00 pm — 2:00 pm
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"Songs From The 88" is an interactive concert featuring songs, poems and monologues from reg e gaines and Calvin Gaines’ new Musical, The 88. Ten tiny siblings board the 88, sometimes together, often alone, but always accompanied by their grandmother, Marcella. She is their ticket to The Great White Way and why each one learned they belong. Musical Direction by Mark Wilson.

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