Proposals (by Stephen Flaherty)andylindberg2021-05-07T18:08:17+00:00
Neil Simon’s “Proposals”, his 30th play, is a comedy-drama that was directed by Joe Mantello on Broadway. The production featured original music composed, orchestrated and conducted by Stephen.
The play had its Broadway Premiere at the Broadhurst Theatre on November 6, 1997.
The World Premiere of the play was presented previously that year by the Center Theatre Group at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles (Gordon Davidson, Artistic/Producing Director), and at the Kennedy Center.
“New directions from the dazzlingly successful playwright who changed the very face of comedy on Broadway.”
-The New York Times
“Praises for the production values are also due to Stephen Flaherty for incidental music. This is the same composer who wrote the music for Once On This Island and the forthcoming Ragtime.”
“Opening the House”
“Night Into Day”
Vladimir Polimitidi, violin; Chris Ermacoff, cello; Jonathan Davis, oboe; Steve Marzullo, piano. Orchestrated and conducted by Stephen Flaherty.