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Hornsby Musical to premiere in Nofolk

Bruce Hornsby One of Williamsburg and Hampton Roads’ biggest pop music stars, Bruce Hornsby, has written a Broadway-style musical and will premiere it next January at the historic Wells Theatre in Norfolk Virginia.

Called "SCKBSTD," the project will be co-produced by the Virginia Stage Company and a New York production company.


"Sick Bastard," a project Hornsby has been working on for several years, will premiere in January 2011. In addition to music and lyrics by the three-time Grammy winner, the project includes additional lyrics by his childhood friend, Chip DeMatteo, and a book by playwright Clay McLeod Chapman, who co-wrote the indie musical "Hostage Song."
Eight of the songs in "Levitate," Hornsby’s latest recording released last fall, were written with the musical in mind. "Sick Bastard" is about how life in a small Virginia town ( Williamsburg ?) changes when a mysterious stranger moves in and starts cruising the streets in his Dodge. The focus is on a family, a doctor, his wife and their son, as the couple go through somewhat of a midlife re-examination of their relationship.

In a November interview with ABC News Radio posted on his Web site, Hornsby briefly discussed the musical, which will include new music plus eight songs from his latest album, "Levitate."

"It’s an original story based on something that was happening in my town in a 12-13-14-month period a couple of years ago," he said.

In the show, the chorus will be the UPS, Fed Ex and postal deliverers. "They’re the heartbeat of the town. I just love that. It’s very quirky," Hanna said.

Tickets to the musical can be purchased now only as part of a subscription to the Virginia Stage Company’s 2010- 11 season.



Subscriptions to the Virginia Stage Company’s 2010-2011 season of five plays range from $145-$195. You can also purchase $75 subscriptions for the Tuesday-Thursday preview performances held before the opening of each show.
Anytime passes ranging from $156/$168 for four passes to $234/$252 for six passes also are available. To subscribe, call the stage company box office at 627-1234 or visit www.vastage.com.


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