“With an unending supply of enthusiasm, Bud (Dan Russell) and Doug (Greg Ludovici) sing all the songs and play all the parts in their crass historical epic, with the hope that one of the producers in attendance will give them a Broadway contract - fulfilling their ill-advised dreams.”
Performances are: Nov. 14 at 8p.m.; Nov. 15 at 8p.m. and Nov. 16 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $15.
Parking will be available at the Mark Twain House and Museum lot, a very short walk from the theater.
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“Original Music Direction and Arrangements by T.O. Sterrett. "Gutenberg! The Musical!" was produced Off-Broadway in 2007 by Trevor Brown, Ron Kastner, Terry Allen Kramer, and Joseph Smith in association with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. American Premiere presented at The 2006 New York Musical Theatre Festival. Originally produced by Trevor Brown at Jermyn Street Theatre, London, January 2006. Originally developed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.
GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL! was the first Off-Broadway transfer for the acclaimed Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. After the developmental run at UCBT, the show enjoyed its critically acclaimed world premiere at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London in January 2006. These performances featured authors Scott Brown and Anthony King in the starring roles of "Bud" and "Doug."
Anthony King is a writer, director, and performer currently living in Los Angeles where he performs regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. His TV writing credits include Save Me (NBC), Best Friends Forever (NBC), A Night of Too Many Stars (Comedy Central) (for which he received an Emmy nomination) and more. Anthony's regional and NYC theatre directing credits include: 1940s Radio Hour, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Mister (starring Anthony Rapp), A Chorus Line and many others. Other notable directing credits: The Patriots (HBO Aspen Comedy Festival), Aziz Ansari Punched A Wall, Who's your Daddy? (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), God's Pottery (Edinburgh Fringe Festival, "Best Newcomers"), Listen Kid (NY Music Theatre Festival), and others. He was also the Assistant Director of the Off-Broadway shows Summer of '42 and The Wild Party (Lippa). And he was the Artistic Director of the UCB Theatre in NYC from 2005-2011. Anthony has written for GQ, Details, and Entertainment Weekly magazines and he's a regular contibuter to the work of Improv Everywhere. You can find him online at theanthonyking.com