In Developement

Rhonda has a passion for new works and collaborating with writers and composers.

Below are some of the projects she is currently help develop.

 

MUSICALS

The Bachelor Girls  - Written and Composed by Wigmore & Green

An ensemble musical for an all female cast, 'The Bachelor Girls' tells the story of a forgotten generation through period music and dance. 1919, London: the dawn of the 'modern girl'. In a generation where only 1 in 10 women will get married, what do the other nine do? Glamorous MOLLY, bookish GERTIE and sweetly naive CECILY are thrown into the world of flappers, dances, equal voting rights, love and loss. What happens when everything you have aspired to is taken away by war? Can their friendship survive as they fight to achieve their dreams? Written for an all-female cast, The Bachelor Girls uses 1920s style music and dance to tell a story of friendship and solidarity in extraordinary circumstances. (Seeking Production) 

 

Longing4Love.com - Written by Victor Lesniewski Music by Todd Schroeder and Kevin Fisher

A new musical comedy that charms us with the joys of online dating. Laugh, cry, and laugh some more as six unique romance seekers struggle to find their soulmates in cyberspace. (Currently in early development and taking expressions of interest for development) 

 

The Velveteen Daughter - Written and Composed by Wigmore & Green

The Velveteen Daughter is an award-winning novel by Laurel Davis Huber telling the true story of Margery Williams, the author of The Velveteen Rabbit and her daughter Pamela Bianco, a world-renowned child prodigy artist whose early fame takes a terrible toll on her mind. At its core, this is a mother-daughter story which explores in detail the uneasy balance between inspiration and hallucination as struggles with severe depressions and obsessions. Events take place between 1910-1977 against the backdrop of the glamorous art world of Europe and New York, with key characters including Eugene O'Neill (Pamela's cousin), the writer Richard 'Diccon' and Pablo Picasso, an early mentor to Pamela.  (This piece is currently in early development and taking expressions of interest for development) 

 

PLAYS:

Pocket Universe -  Written by Thomas Brandon

A husband and wife sit down for a nice picnic, but things slowly begin to unravel as it becomes clear that he's keeping a secret from her, and that she may never be able to leave this date. (Seeking World Premiere) 

 

Emergence  - Written by Thomas Brandon

 A play about the first two generations of artificial consciousness and the future of humanity. The story follows the first two generations of artificial intelligences as the world changes around them, the first robot religion is created, and they face the ultimate decision of whether or not to let go of whatever part of them reflects their human creators. It's a bedtime told far in the future, looking back at us and trying to remember what it was like to be human. (This piece is currently in development and taking expressions of interest for development) 

 

A Christmas Carol - Written by Thomas Brandon

An adaptation of Charles Dicken's classic story for modern audiences. Told through the eyes of a child finding a book in her grandmother's attic, the young girl becomes our narrator, bringing the story to life through the ramshackle troupe of ghosts haunting the attic. Designed to be accompanied by Christmas carols. (This piece is currently in development and taking expressions of interest for development) 

 

HUMAN(e) - Written by Desiree York

Tells the personal story of two racially and socioeconomically diverse women affected by genetic diseases.  The survival of he fittest theory is put to the test as their worlds intertwine like the the coils of a strand of DNA, leading them to answer one defining question: what would you do to hold onto someone you love? (This piece is currently in development and taking expressions of interest for development) 

 

Blue Duck - Written by Michael Woodside

Caroline, a self-sacrificing mother, cheerfully devotes her life to anticipating the needs of her young son, Josey. As time rushes away from her, Caroline must confront the ever-widening gap between her perception of Josey and the man growing up before her eyes. Blue Duck is a surreal piece that challenges whether love can be true if the object of love is a product of one’s imagination. (This piece is currently in development and taking expressions of interest for development)