Rooms: a rock romance

 May 2012

Performances: May 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26

Music/Lyrics by Paul Scott Goodman
Book by Paul Scott Goodman and Miriam Goodman
Directed by Dani Stoller, Lenora Spahn
Music Direction by Leah Kocsis
Produced by Kevin Garrett, Giang Pettinati

 

 

 

 

 


Synopsis

Rooms: a rock romance begins in late 1970’s Glasgow where Monica, an ambitious singer/songwriter meets Ian, a reclusive rocker. The two quickly become entangled creatively and romantically. Their music takes them first to London and ultimately to New York City, where they discover the vibrant new music scene and create an intimate partnership, their love deepening while their personalities drive them apart. A five-piece rock band accompanies these two characters as they search for the balance between ambition and happiness.


Cast

Madeline Botteri (Monica) is thrilled to be making her KAT debut! Past credits: Signature Theatre – Sunset Boulevard, Brother Russia (u/s), Side by Side by Sondheim (u/s), [title of show] (u/s), The Hollow (u/s), The Boy Detective Fails (u/s), I Capture the Castle 21/24 (u/s); Keegan Theatre – The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A Man of No Importance; Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage Festival – The Greenwood Tree; Catholic University – Sunday in the Park with George, Nine, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jason Robert Brown Cabaret: Journey. Tons of love and thanks to Dani, JPT, and my ceaselessly amazing and supportive friends and family (especially my Mummy)!
Eric Jones (Ian) is honored to be making his fifth appearance at KAT in this incredible show! A native of Frederick, MD, he was last seen here in Sunday in the Park with George (Soldier/Alex), Violet (Monty), and RENT (The Man et al. - 2010 WATCH Nomination for Outstanding Cameo). Other favorites: MET – The Eight: Reindeer Monologues (Donner), A Clockwork Orange (Minister of the Interior et al.); OOH – City of Angels (Stine); GS – The Triangle Factory Fire Project (Steuer et al.); GAC – Children of Eden (Cain/Japheth), The Rocky Horror Show (Frank-N-Furter). Eric has also worked as a dialect coach and makeup/hair designer, receiving the 2008 WATCH Award for his work on GAC's The Rocky Horror Show. He'd like to thank his wonderful friends and family for their endless love and support, everyone at KAT for their passion and generosity, Dani, Lenora, and Leah for their faith, vision, and this incredible opportunity, and Maddie for her boundless talent, fearlessness, and for making this journey such a privilege. Most of all, Eric would like to thank YOU for coming out to support live theater! VORHANG AUF!

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