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Brad Alexander

BRAD ALEXANDER

  

Nationality:    USA
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Brad Alexander's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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Research:    Member of the Dramatists Guild of America

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        See Rock City & Other Destinations         We the People: America Rocks



See Rock City & Other Destinations

Synopsis:
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Notes:
written by Brad Alexander & Adam Mathias

1st Produced:
Color & Light Theatre Ensemble In Culver City, Ca    23 Feb 2013

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Music:
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We the People: America Rocks

Synopsis:
Rock out with America's original "boy band"-the Founding Fathers! Join George Washington, John adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin as they trade in their powdered wigs for power chords to help an ambitious teen. On a quest to win her school election, Dawn cares more about padding her college applications than making her school a better place. With the help of these Fab Four, she discovers that "We the People" have the power to raise a patriotic ruckus and make a difference! This new musical is recommended for kids age 8 and up, and their families.
- nytheatre.com

Notes:
book by Joe Iconis; music And lyrics by Brad Alexander And Kevin Del Aguila; Sam Forman And eli Bolin; Joe Iconis; Tommy Newman; Ryan Scott Oliver; Adam Overett; erik Weiner, Mark Weiner And Jordan Allen-Dutton

1st Produced:
Lucille Lortel theatre
121 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014    14 Jul 2010

Organisations:
Theatreworks USA

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Music:
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Genre:
Musical

Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  -

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