Saturday, July 07, 2007

In Philly and LULLABY Lives On

THANK YOU to all of the awesome friends who visited with me during my last month in Austin. You guys rock. I will miss you (I already do), but I know we will all stay in touch. Because friends do that.

My road trip across the country was outstanding. THANK YOU to the good folks who hosted me and hung out with me in Baton Rouge, Nashville, Louisville, Ann Arbor, and Pittsburgh. It was a wonderful journey with you.

And now-- I have landed safely in Philadelphia and am stoked about the awesome things on the horizon.

Coming up immediately-- I am really happy to announce that LULLABY lives on.

Come and check it out-- it will be a great time.


NYC's City Attic Theatre presents

Greg Romero's
Hosted in Philadelphia by The Cardboard Box Collaborative

City Attic Theatre, an emerging off-off-Broadway theater company, will present its World Premiere production of Greg Romero's The Most Beautiful Lullaby You've Ever Heard on Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 8:00pm at Plays and Players Theater, Philadelphia PA.

This exclusive showing is being hosted in Philadelphia by The Cardboard Box Collaborative.

The presentation is in honor of several exciting events. The evening will celebrate City Attic's second season, as well as playwright Greg Romero's move to the Philadelphia area from Austin, Texas. The Most Beautiful Lullaby You've Ever Heard also marks Romero's ongoing collaboration with noted Philly director Andrew J. Merkel - their collaboration with The Cardboard Box Collaborative on the upcoming project The Milky Way Cabaret will be presented this fall in the 2007 Philly Fringe Festival.


By Greg Romero

City Attic Theatre
hosted by The Cardboard Box Collaborative

Plays and Players Theater, 1714 Delancey St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Saturday, July 14th at 8:00 pm|60 minutes |Reception to follow

Reservations are required and admission is free |Donations will be accepted

Reserve tickets at

Inside of The Most Beautiful Lullaby You've Ever Heard, a Man and a Woman breathe in the possibility of a blank piece of paper. The paper becomes a sailboat, their breath becomes a journey that busts the world open, spilling out a truth so big that it could only fit inside of a human heart in love with another equally and beautifully broken person.

The play was selected from nearly two hundred scripts as the winner of CAT Tales, a playwriting competition hosted by City Attic Theatre last May. The script has been previously developed in Texas and in New York with the Boomerang Theatre Company, New Dramatists and Kitchen Dog Theater. The show is directed by Andrew J. Merkel, with costumes by Amanda Embry, set and lights by Joshua Rose, and features John Conor Brooke, Dianna Marino, and Lucy Walters.



Will see you guys there.

Big hugs,