Ajemian and Newcomb have been writing musical comedies since their first, Hals Gals, in 1986. Since then, they’ve taken inspiration from Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, Grimms’ Fairy Tales, the 1950s, John Singer Sargent and Isabella Stewart Gardner, among others. Even Cinderella gets the (fuzzy) treatment. Their shows have been produced in the Boston area and in the Midwest. See their Artistic Resume for more. They are currently working on their next musical.
Our Latest Presentation:
SONGS OFF MUSEUM WALLS: Reflections on (Mostly) Famous Art
Music and lyrics: Shari Ajemian Craig and Sarah R. Newcomb
Music director and pianist: Margaret Ulmer
This show, consisting of a series of 19 songs inspired by specific works of art, was presented to appreciative audiences in Brookline and Arlington during the month of October, 2011. Ajemian and Newcomb received grants from the Arlington Cultural Council and the Brookline Commission for the Arts for the performances and accompanying CD.
CDs of this song series are available by contacting email@example.com
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You won’t be sorry!©
Singers/CD: Eric Bronner, Chrissy Lamont, Nathan Lamont, Caroline Musica, Eric Sosman Singers/Performances: Eric Bronner, Naomi Gurt Lind, Dinan Messiqua, Caroline Musica, Eric Sosman
Songs off Museum Walls was supported in part by a grant from the Brookline Commission for the Arts and the Arlington Cultural Council, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.