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The making of a musical, take 2!! Hapenny Magick

Posted by on March 9, 2015
Courtney working with Will on "A Storm is Coming"

Courtney working with Will on “A Storm is Coming”

 

Making a musical is a lot of work, but how can I complain about something that I love so much? I can’t! It was wonderful getting to work with William Ogmundson  on this project and we have a show that we can be proud of.

Not only did I get to work with Will, but I got to work with some very talented local performers as well.

Courtney is a sophomore and wants to pursue a career in musical theater. She has been in the junior intern program at our local summer stock theater with my son Aaron for several years.

You can hear Courtney singing “A Storm is Coming” by pressing play in the media bar below!

 

My oldest son Colin in the recording studio.

My oldest son Colin in the recording studio.

Not only did I get to work with talented rising stars like Courtney, but my own boys also recorded the music with me. Colin took the role of Callum and helped teach us what being a Hybilia Froedlicker is all about. Check Callum’s song out by pressing the play button on the media player below!

And I couldn’t help myself but share a bit of “A Troll Has Got To Eat” sang by husband and wife duo, Linda Altson-Lambert and Jay Lambert.

 

And of course, I couldn’t stay away from all the fun! So I let Will talk me into singing the parts for Maewyn.

Here is the song I co-wrote with Will, “Come Back To Me”. It  has a special place in my heart.

If you would like to produce the musical of Hapenny Magick in your community theatre, contact me!! We’d love to see it on a stage in every town! If you are a teacher and would like a copy of the script for a reader’s theatre in your class drop me a line! I’ll share the music with you and your students and even schedule a skype session to chat with your class.

2 Responses to The making of a musical, take 2!! Hapenny Magick

  1. Pauline - Funky Friends Factory

    Wow, Jennifer – You are ALWAYS doing something AMAZING!!!! 😀

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