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MW108 MICHAEL GORDON SHAPIRO
A FEAST OF SNACKS
(with SHANNON MAHONEY, dir.)
Michael Gordon Shapiro writes music for film, television,
and video games in order to finance his musical theater habit.
He has an expensive and underutilized degree in Cognitive Science from Carnegie Mellon,
an M.A. in music composition from New York University, and a certificate in
Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television from the University of Southern California.
He started writing short musicals in 2004 and plans to keep going…
until someone passes a law.
Visit www.mikemusic.com for information about Michael’s music
for film, television, video games, and concert music.
The link to Michael’s musical is here:
A Feast of Snacks
*The Charmed Life was co-written with Mark Harvey Levine.
Visit Mark on the web at www.markharveylevine.com
Music in this episode includes:
Congratulations – sung by Josie Yount,
with Ian Federgreen, Lindsey Moore Ford and Jase Lingdren
The Hour of Puttman – sung by Ian Federgreen,
with Lindsey Moore Ford, Amber Leigh Kelter and Angie Rupert
Seafaring Weather – sung by Anthony Grupusso,
with Nate Larson, Jenna Johnson, Emilia Sotello,
Jon Paul Burkhart and Miguel Vargas
Frat Head – sung by Enrique Acosta with Jim Shipley
The Standard – sung by Jordan T Maxwell
The Nativity Players of Cincinnati
A Feast Of Snacks Nativity Production
Performance Dates & times are:
May 1 & 8, 2014 @ 7:30pm
May 2, 2014 @ 8:30pm
May 9, 2014 @ 8:00pm
May 3 & 10, 2014 @ 2:00pm & 8:00pm
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or call Jeanne Corwin at 513.720.3683
and if YOU have a musical that you would like to see & hear featured on MusicalWorld,
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be happy to get in touch and talk about your musical!
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