In Something Rotten, Eric got a taste of the rock star life in his role as “Leather Boy” and Shakespeare. Now he is tackling another superstar – the King himself, Elvis Presley.
Based on the popular Cupcake Club series, Peace, Love and Cupcakes is part of this year's New York Musical Festival. The book series was written by mother/daughter duo, Sheryl and Carrie Berk. Sheryl is a New York Times bestselling author and renowned celebrity ghostwriter. We had a delightful conversation about the origins of this new musical and why it has such an important message.
Based on the popular Cupcake Club series, Peace, Love and Cupcakes is a new musical starring Carrie Berk, who is incidentally also co-author of the book with her mother, Sheryl. The story addresses important issues that most kids (and some adults!) have to deal with on a daily basis.
Kristin Stokes has an infectious smile and bubbly personality that is apparent from the moment you meet her. In contrast, her character Annabeth in The Lighting Thief comes across as tough go-getter that won’t back down from a fight.
She may be young (8!), but Sophie Knapp has a resume most actors would envy. In December, Sophie will take on the beloved character Madeline in Madeline's Christmas The Musical.
Now in its 10th year, 20at20 has become one of New York’s most eagerly anticipated promotions for people who want to see exciting shows at steeply discounted prices, making live, up-close-and-personal, up-to-the-minute, and classical theater accessible to everyone for about the price of a pizza.