Creator Robert Galinsky Talks About The Origins of the Show and the Team He’s Put Together. by John Donohue. CULTURE DESK Notes on arts and entertainment from the staff of The New Yorker In the early eighties, when “Starbucks” was an obscure term referring to Captain Ahab’s first mate in the plural, the National Coffee […]
The cast prepares for the debut reading at the Coffee & Tea Festival. Our terrific group of actors at Ripley/Grier Studios in NYC made sure the first “Coffee the Musical” read-through/sing-through went smashingly. Notes and break-out group rehearsals tomorrow. Thanks Everyone! Jay O. Sanders not pictured.
Coffee And Tea Festival 2012, Preview in NYC. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Starfish Junction Productions, producer of the Coffee and Tea Festival NYC, announced that the upcoming 7th annual Coffee And Tea Festival (being held in New York City on February 25 & 26, 2012) will host a special “robust” staged reading of COFFEE THE MUSICAL, […]
Willie Wisely Ambitiously Fosters His Creativity to Find His Dreams. by Monica Millsap Rasmussen. Willie Wisely as a local musician may bring out emotionally charged reactions. “Willie was opinionated and often times just said it the way he felt it and, of course, other musicians didn’t like the criticism.” Steve McClellan, former general manager of […]