“It gives me so much hope for the future of theatre…”
“…features Minka Wiltz and her soaring voice bringing hope and serenity…”
“A breath of fresh air”
“The music has… edgy, urban-neurotic energy… but enough variety to let Wiltz cap things off with a gospel-tinged aria.”
Meet the Original Zoomsical Cast
The cast of the original production, produced by Out of Hand Theater in Atlanta.
Minka Wiltz is a trained classical singer and professional stage actor. She has collaborated most…
Born and raised on Jekyll Island, GA, Rhyn McLemore is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of…
Trevor Rayshay Perry
As an non-binary artist Trevor lives for new and interesting works and is so thankful for an opportunity…
Googie’s childhood was filled with music and dress-up. It therefore stand to reason that live theatre…
Meet the Composer/Writer/Director
Haddon is driven to write music and lyrics that connect with listeners and help to tell a great story.
Raised by a travel writer from California and a psychologist from rural Canada, Haddon’s music embodies the competing desires of wanderlust and belonging and reflects our contemporary reality that we are both members of a tribe and global citizens.
Haddon is an award winning composer for film and theater, as well as an accomplished sound designer. Haddon is making his directorial debut with “Lag: A Zoomsical.”
Before writing Zoom Musicals, Haddon composed music and lyrics for “The Snow Queen: A New Musical,” which won praise from The New York Times as a “fairy tale that rocks,” and “Wicket: A Parody Musical” an award winning comedy that re-frames the events of “Return of the Jedi” from the perspective of the Ewoks.
Eventually, when live audiences return, the work we put into pivoting and creating Zoom theater during COVID-19 will serve us very well. Not only will we have the toolsets and abilities that we have honed during our pre-COVID lives, but we will have explored new…
At the risk of toxic positivity, good things are happening right now for the theatre industry. Good things, that if it weren’t for COVID-19, might not be happening in the same way, if at all. One good is that suddenly, in an odd way, theatre is…
Watch and listen to commentary track from our writer/director, or read an edited transcript about our search for a way to produce a new musical comedy while also social distancing.