Sunday, September 28, 2008

Sunday Morning Politics...

I am posting these videos for my Mom to watch, but you can as well...I am off to NYC in 45 minutes and will have a full report later! Enjoy!

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Catching up....again....

Sorry it's been so long since I posted here, I have just been a very busy boy! I want to share with you all of the things that I am working on and that if you are so inclined that you can come and see me in.
First up we have a reading of a new musical at Round House Theatre that happens tomorrow night at 7pm. Here is their press release:
‘Till The Clouds Roll By
a new P.G. Wodehouse-Jerome Kern musical
at Round House Theatre Silver Spring
Friday, September 26th at 7:00pm

Old songs from musicals by composer Jerome Kern and lyricist P.G. Wodehouse
New libretto: Ernie Joselovitz
Musical arrangements: George Fulginiti-Shakar
Dramaturg & Director: Nick Olcott

With: Florrie Bagel, Ilona Dulaski, Cristina Flagg, James Gardiner, Stephen Gregory Smith, Stephen Schmidt, and Peggy Yates

It's "boy meets girl" times three as a wealthy playboy, a would-be anarchist, and a philosophical elevator operator find true love with a trio of shop girls in a New York department store, circa 1914. Washington playwright Ernie Joselovitz channels the antic spirit of P.G. Wodehouse (best known for creating Bertie Wooster and his butler Jeeves) in this charming musical built around twelve tunes by Jerome Kern (best known for Showboat) culled from the musicals Kern and Wodehouse co-authored in the 1910's and early 1920's.

The Round House Silver Spring Black Box is at 8641 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD (right next to the AFI Silver Theatre)
For information on parking and directions please go to the

Then on Sunday, I will be in NYC singing my partner, Matt Conner's music. He was selected to represent DC as a composer in:
Dreamlight Theatre Co. proudly presents the first installment of it's Bright Lights Concert season!
"The Out-Of-Towners"
Featuring the brightest musical theatre composers from Chicago, Washington DC and Philadelphia.

When: Sunday Sept. 28th at 7pm
Where: The TRIAD 158 W 72nd St. NYC
Directed by Billy Bustamante
Music Directed by Jasper Grant

For tickets visit:

Here is a promo video for the event, but don't get too one here from DC is in the video.

Then on Thursday, October second, Matt and I will be participating in a reading of a new play as part of Ganymede Theatre's Fall Festival...

Dysfunction Spelled family
Thursday, October 2nd
Pay What You Can Admission - $10 dollar donation requested
All performances at the Church Street Theater, 1742 Church St. NW
Dysfunction Spelled family
by Carl Menninger, Director of Theatre, Music Theatre and Dance, AU
Directed by Michael Baron, Signature Theatre
Featuring Wendy Rieger, News Channel 4 Anchor
and students of American University
For more information, visit...

Then on Monday, October 6th, I will be appearing in...

Sondheim: Signature's Signature
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by Arthur Laurents
Directed by Eric Schaeffer

Wacky, intelligent, and highly unconventional, Anyone Can Whistle has become a legendary cult classic. An absurdist fantasy-cum-political satire, the musical tells the story of a corrupt mayoress who fakes a miracle to revitalize her bankrupt town, the rational nurse who’s determined to expose the fraud, and the easy going doctor who intends to sit back and enjoy the chaos. With its poignant message about the role of the individual in conformist society, and its still-relevant barbs aimed at government, religion, and science, Anyone Can Whistle is a command performance for any Sondheimaniac.
October 6, 2008

Performed at Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center
For ticket information, visit:

Then next up is a workshop of my partner's new children's show, where I will be playing (much to my honor) the title role in The King of Pizza.
Friday October 10th at 7:30pm and Saturday October 11th at 10:30am.
Adults - $12.00
Children/Senior - $10.00
For ticket info go

So....all work and no play makes Stephen Gregory a dull boy. I will hopefully be able to keep you abreast on all of these projects and also guide you through my Halloween decorating process coming up soon!
Talk soon!