With a nod to the first time I dipped my toes into theater, Tom Keneally’s and Larry Kirwan’s beautifully written and melodic “Transport”, and with heartfelt appreciation of those who have joined and supported me on my journey, we all now unfortunately remain in port awaiting our next adventure. It has given me time to both reflect back at the past seven years and look forward to again setting sail into new waters.
After seeing the first show of the first staged production of “SIX” on the West End and then the U.S. production at Chicago’s Shakespeare and the A.R.T. in Cambridge, I was convinced that it would be the King (or better perhaps Queens) of Broadway this season and became an investor. Following “intermission”, I’m excited for everyone to see this lively and entertaining show.
I’m fortunate to be an early investor in this powerful and important new musical about the events leading to the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920 that gave women the right to vote, the book, music and lyrics of which were created by the talented Shaina Taub.
It was to premiere at The Public Theatre in October 2020. It is expected to now open in 2021.