Gay Card Premieres at NRACT

Gay Card has begun its world premier run at the North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre! It runs through June 23 and audiences are loving it. Take a look at some of the reviews here, here, and here.

Tickets are available at


We’ve spoken quite a bit about the show in the last few weeks. You can read the article about our writing of the show here. We spoke about it on a podcast here. And we even had a little chat on the news here.

Sean Doherty Sings "Take Off"

Joseph Trefler and I recently recorded a demo of a song called "Take Off." It's from our new (still untitled) musical about a young man who makes the bold decision to escape his life by amassing airline frequent-flyer points, getting on an airplane, and never coming down.

The demos features stellar vocals by Sean Doherty, Chris Peters on guitar, and Jay Taylor on Bass. Produced by Jay Taylor and Joseph Trefler.

Afraid from Gay Card In Concert

Ryan and I are so thrilled that Scott McCreary will be performing "Afraid" from Gay Card at the Fifth Anniversary concert for, at The Green Room 42 on Monday, March 5 at 9:30pm. 

Get your tickets here and for more information, see here.

Finalist for The John Wallowitch Award

Ryan and I were honored to be chosen as one of three finalists for The John Wallowitch Award. Here is a bit about the award:

John Wallowitch and Dottie Burman were beloved songwriters in the cabaret community. When Dottie Burman passed away, her estate bequeathed $5,000 dollars to MAC to set up a songwriting competition in her name that would award a cash prize to songwriters/composers over the age of 40 who have not yet received recognition for their writing talents. The MAC Board passed a motion to create a matching award in John Wallowitch’s name to honor songwriters under 40.  Songwriters’ submissions are accepted in the fall, and finalists are chosen by a panel of judges.  The final decision is made by a celebrity judge from the world of cabaret.