November Theatre and Columbia University School of the Arts presents
The American Premiere of:
Ilsa, Queen of the Nazi Love Camp
Written by Blake Brooker
Music by David Rhymer
A nasty musical about forgetting.
May 8th and 9th 8PM, 10th 7PM
@ Medicine Show Theatre, 549 W 52nd St. (between 10th and 11th), 3rd Floor
Tickets: $15 full price ticket, $10 Students/Seniors, Free for Columbia University Students (subject to availability).
Since the war ended, the Colonel has been hiding in South America, while in Germany, Ilsa has continued to entertain men in her customary way. After decades apart, these two lovable Nazis go on a journey to find each other, by following the trail of top-secret materials left by Hitler himself. On their path of love, they find one angry man who has been fired from his teaching position for his anti-Semitic views. Is he their next great hope, or just a stupid dope?
Ilsa, Queen of the Nazi Love Camp is a satirical musical comedy that mashes up American B-movies, European Cabaret and Revisionist History. This celebrated Canadian cult classic was created by one of the country’s most adventurous playwrights, and most original musical composers.
Director: Michael Scholar, Jr.
Musical Director: David Rhymer
Choreographer: Allison Plamondon
Starring: Onalea Gilbertson, Jeff Moulton and Jon L Peacock
Musicians: David Rhymer and Trevor New
Producer: Lawrence Haynes
Associate Producer: Sipei Fang
Production Stage Manager: Jessi Cotter
Costume Design: Karle Meyers
Set Design: Christopher and Justin Swader
Lighting Design: Alex Fabozzi
Photographer: Samantha Burkardt
Dialect Coach: Blake Segal
Lawrence Haynes, firstname.lastname@example.org, (203) 770-2904
3 April 2015
On Good Friday I will be portraying Jesus in a Passion Play,
presented by St. Peter's Church, at 54th Street and Lexington in Manhattan.
Check out the trailer to Living the Dream, a webseries premiering this fall!
I play the role of Daniel, the visionary director of Romeo & Juliet.
28 March 2015
Instant Shakespeare Company is presenting the first folio reading of
Taming of the Shrew at a local library branch in Manhattan.
I will be reading the part of Lucentio, who woos Kate's sister, Bianca.
More info TBA!
Jon L Peacock
Equity Membership Candidate