Goodbye New York

Is it worth it to pull someone closer . . . only to say goodbye?

Goodbye New York is a contemporary love story set in New York City, where we explore the inner channels of the human heart, celebrate the joy of being alive, and discover the courage to make life’s most difficult choices. Held aloft by a sweeping romantic score, it is a tale of two improbable lovers, and the city that brought them together. Unfolding over a mere 24 hours, Goodbye New York makes us wonder if it is worth it to pull someone closer . . . only to say goodbye?

ANDREW BEALL (Music)hailed by New York Classical Review as “Spectacularly Virtuosic”, international soloist and composer, Andrew Beall’s works have been performed in Siberia, Italy, Germany, China, Lithuania, Sweden, UK, South Africa, and Mexico, to name a few. His second major orchestral work, Affirmation, was premiered at Lincoln Center and recently recorded by the Siberian Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Beall has performed on Broadway in The Lion King, Les Miserables, Spiderman, In The Heights, and A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder, orchestras such as the American Symphony, Columbus Symphony, Greenwich Symphony, Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, and is the drummer for eclectic rock quartet, Cordis, and Broadway dance company, American Dance Machine. Mr. Beall has released two solo albums on BMP Records: Deliverance and Glass Jungle, and his third album (Concerti), will release next year. President Emeritus of the Percussive Arts Society New York Chapter and owner of Bachovich Music Publications, Mr. Beall is an endorsing artist for Pearl Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Innovative Percussion, Latin Percussion, and Evans Drumheads and a graduate of Manhattan School of Music and New York University. This year, Grammy-winning Broadway Records released a studio album of his first musical, Song of Solomon, starring Tony-nominated Ramin Karimloo.

EVAN McCORMACK (Lyrics) – has spent over a decade performing a broad spectrum of classical and modern repertoire around the world. Based in NYC, he has worked with many companies including Loft Opera, Opera on Tap, Manhattan Opera Project and CoOpera and in 2014 teamed with composer, Andrew Beall, in an off-Broadway premiere of Beall’s new musical Song of Solomon at the Players Theater. He has also worked with Seagle Music Colony, Teatro Bramante, Opera on the James, Middlebury Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Ohio Light Opera and many more. In the fall of 2009, Evan co-created OperaPulse.com, an industry leading marketing and resource site. He takes an active role as a writer, editor, innovator and manager. Last fall he co-authored and launched the industry’s newest publication, Voice’d, a magazine committed to showcasing innovation in modern music. Evan has a MM from the University of South Carolina.

DAVID DON MILLER (Book) – Miller’s hard-hitting look at urban education Why You Beasting? was a sold out hit and TimeOut NY Critics’ Pick at the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival. It was also an official selection of the FringeNYC Encore Series. A selection from Why You Beasting? was recently chosen for publication in an upcoming Smith and Krauss anthology entitled 222 More Comedy Monologues. His second play, The Numbening was produced by Emerging Artists Theatre’s New Work Series. Mr. Miller has a MFA from NYU’s Graduate Acting Program and teaches English and drama in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York. Samples of his work are available at www.daviddonmiller.com.

MARKUS POTTER (developed with and directed by)
Markus was honored with an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, and the New York Times Critics’ pick for his off-Broadway production of Stalking The Bogeymanat New World Stages, which he adapted and directed. He has recently directed at The Portland Stage Company, Weston Playhouse, New Jersey Rep, Center Rep, London’s Southwark Playhouse (Off-West End Award nomination for Best Production and Best Direction), and the New World Stages production of Church and State (off-Broadway Alliance nomination for best new play). As an actor he spent several seasons with The Guthrie Theatre, Denver Center, Long Wharf Theatre, American Conservatory Theatre, Berkeley Rep, the tour of Death of A Salesman with Christopher Lloyd, and many more.  MarkusPotter.com