A Never-Ending Line, a series of songs composed by Jaime Lozano with lyrics by nine female lyricists, is being performed for a seven-week Off Broadway run at The Players Theatre in Greenwich Village.
Lozano is directing the show with musical direction by Geraldine Anello and musical arrangements and orchestrations by Lozano and Jesús Altamira.
Lyrics were written by Lindsay Erin Anderson, Neena Beber, Lauren Epsenhart, Sami Horneff, Victoria Kühne, Lisa Mongillo, Marina Pires, Noemi de la Puente and June Rachelson-Ospa.
The show, following a July 24 one night presentation at the Metropolitan Room in New York City, is running Off-Broadway at The Players Theatre August 3 to September 17th, 2017.
Performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. with tickets available by clicking the Tix. link.
Lozano wrote/composed and co-wrote The Yellow Brick Road (music and lyrics with Tommy Newman, book by Mando Alvarado), which played Off-Broadway and toured. a
He is also known for his work on Children of Salt, a new musical with book and lyrics by Lauren Epsenhart.
Lozano said he conceived of A Never-Endling Line as a tribute to the women in his life to explore the “unique challenges women face in society today on the journey to find happiness, love and meaning in their lives.”
The songs are performed by Kat Blackwood, Florencia Cuenca, Emily Esposito and Erica Wilpon with choreography by Fernanda Aldaz.
A Never-Ending Line is being produced by Maribel Escobosa, Martha Orendain and Victoria Kühne, was developed by Jaime Lozano and Sami Horneff.
The show made its world premiere in France at Broadway au Carré in Paris and last May was performed at the international Festival Alfonsino in Monterrey, Mexico, in Spanish.
A Never-Ending Line is being recorded as a double album in English and Spanish with the proceeds to benefit various women’s organizations, according to Lozano.
Various Broadway performers. according to the production, are set to sing on the English album including Betsy Wolfe (Waitress, The Last Five Years), Daphne Rubin-Vega (Rent), Julia Murney (Wicked, The Wild Party), and Emily Skeggs (Fun Home).