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ROBIN MOYER CHUNG
Robin Moyer Chung. Currently, Ms. Chung is developing book & lyrics for Big Fat Cat, an original musical comedy, with composer Brian Feinstein. It received a reading with Bruce Vilanch. She also writes for www.robinsresources.com, a site about shopping, eating, and drinking in Fairfield County, CT. Vital Theatre Company commissioned her to write book & lyrics for the Top Job (with composer Brian Feinstein), an original children's musical comedy. the musical ran at Vital Theatre during the Spring of 2008. She was commissioned by Mondo Publishing to write a one-act children's musical, Daphne and apollo. the show was released on book/CD to launch their song and music educational series. Her song "I Can't Help But Fall in Love" (music by Sam Piperato) was selected as one of two original songs on the eFa/Broadway Cares album Broadway Romances Manhattan. Her musical fable the Dancing Monkeys was produced by the Calhoun School in Manhattan (music by allison Leyton-Brown). From 1997-2003, she wrote numerous songs for original musicals produced by the Vincent Club of Boston. She received her MFA in 2003 as a graduate of NYU/Tisch school of the Arts' Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. She is a member of aSCaP and a graduate of Barnard College.
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Top Job, The
Top Job, The
In the Top Job, it's career day at school and after hearing that her classmates' parents are UFO Hunters, Giant Noses, and Investment Bankers Jenna is afraid to tell her class about her father's boring old job. after an adventure through New York City with her Father and little brother, Jenna discovers that sometimes the simplest jobs are actually the most important! This new show from Vital Children's theatre is suitable for kids 3-11
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book And lyrics by Robin Moyer Chung; music by Brian Feinstein
McGinn Cazale Theatre, NY 08 Mar 2008
Vital Children's Theatre
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youth audiences Musical
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