Lottie and the Deep Blue Sea

Created by Beth Golison (she/her) Directed by Cam Pileggi (they/them)
Music Direction, Orchestration & Add'l Incidental Music by Kyle Brenn (he/him)
Choreography by Hannah Nii (she/her)
Produced by Haley Fragen (she/her)

June 20 @ 7PM
Ars Nova | 511 W 54 St
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Lottie and the Deep Blue Sea is a new folk-rock musical in concert about finding a little Queer utopia in a hostile world. Drinking, dancing, treasure-hunting, and historically accurate gay pirate marriages converge in this piece brimming with love, life, and fear of the oncoming storm.

Natalie Powers (she/her) as LOTTIE
Rachel Keteyian (she/her) as SAM
Francisco Morandi Zerpa (any pronouns) as HENRY
Issac Lopez (he/they) as SHIFTY
Fig Regan (they/she) as SHARK BAIT
Diana Rendon (any pronouns) as TWO TOES
Zein Karam (he/him) as BARNACLE BILL 

Beth Golison (she/her) is a Brooklyn-based writer/composer and actor, originally from Long Beach, California. She writes multi-genre musicals and films that dig at the pits in our stomachs, and explore stories of women negotiating the relationships between imagination, delusion, and emotion. Her new musical mrs rochester: an autobiography received the inaugural Groundbreaker’s Grant from 5th Floor Theatre Company and was a 2021 Semi-Finalist for The O’Neill’s NMTC. Previous works include ( ! ), a folk musical in concert (The Tank), and Let’s Go Together, a short film directed by Kate diRienzi (New Faces New Voices Film Festival 2022).

Cami Pileggi (they/them) is a NYC playwright, director, manager, and private chef. Cami is a Philadelphia native, and they are a graduate of The University of the Arts (BFA Directing, Playwriting, Production.) They are the Associate Artistic Director of The Makers Ensemble (makersensemble.org). Cami has worked with companies such as Signature Theater, Soho Rep, and FringeArts. Cami makes work that sits at the crossroads between nostalgic magic and the politics of being alive in a body (your body), today. They strive to curate an extremely personal experience for everyone they’re lucky enough to meet (or feed!) More at camillepileggi.com.