"LaMora’s play is permeated by music. Music director Dustin H. Currier and his work are both players in the story and mainstays of a physical world that constantly imposes itself on Joan’s larger-than-life destiny … [The music] moves the story forward in a space that does not allow for much in the way of complex staging; it evokes silent movies as an emotionally manipulative ‘live soundtrack’; and it serves as a constant reminder of Joan’s eventual fate using techniques as simple as the disturbing lyrics to a children’s song and a jangling, not-quite-right variation on the Westminster chimes.”
Alongside several sensational seasoned songwriters such as Bob Nanna (Braid, Hey Mercedes, The City on Film, etc.), Matt Pryor (Get Up Kids, New Amsterdams) and Travis Shettel (Piebald, T.S. and the Past Haunts), you can now find me and request personalized recordings just for you and yours here at Downwrite.