So, I'm a musical theatre writer. That's what I do. Writing and producing new musicals is my dream. I also have a musical theatre podcast. That's also what I do. I have a degree in voice. That's what I used to do. I love "Murder, She Wrote." That's who I am.
But really, what I want to do is combine all these loves of mine and create something unique, weird, unexpected, and very me. Thus the idea of an EP of songs inspired by "Murder, She Wrote" came to be. I like to think of my "sound" as theatrically-inclined pop music, which is where I anticipate "Cabot Cove" will live. Lots of fun, humor, pathos, and head bopping. I can't wait to see what I come up with and share it with you.
Producing an EP does not come cheap! I've got to pay for musicians, studio time, mixing, mastering, artwork, pressing CDs, and promoting it. I wish I had the means to foot the bill on my own, but that's just not the reality I live in. Like everything I do in my creative life, "Cabot Cove" is a labor of love. I'm humbled by the opportunity to make this OUR labor of love, together.
Thank you so much,
Risks and challenges
I work on many projects at once. I have four stage musicals in development, a biweekly podcast, and a survival job, to name a few things that keep me deprived of sleep. But I wouldn't have it any other way. I keep a rigid calendar of goals and expectations, as a result. However, life happens. God forbid, there's writer's block, scheduling conflicts, maybe my sound engineer's schedule is backed up, there are long lines at the post office, who knows. What I do know is that I'm a creator and achiever of goals. I like schedules and sticking to them. I vow to honor these goals and deadlines as closely as life will allow.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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