6. A Husband For Me

“Bea & Ben” in concert at Barrington Stage Company. Thankful to these amazing performers at the Musical Theatre Conservatory. It’s New Year’s Eve, 1919, “A Husband For Me” is a song where our leading lady, Bea is confronted with the idea of finding herself a husband. Thanks to Sam Paley for singing this song beautifully, Seth Roseman for directing, Adam Pelty, director of the MTC program, Steven Moore, video, Wes Halloran, audio.

5. In The Meantime

“Bea & Ben” in concert a Barrington Stage Company. Thankful to these amazing performers at the Musical Theatre Conservatory. It’s New Year’s Eve, 1919, “In the Meantime” is a song written in the style of war-time love songs prevelant in the 1910’s. Thanks to Seth Roseman for directing, Adam Pelty, director of the MTC program, Steven Moore, video, Wes Halloran, audio.

4. There’s Nobody Like Him/Her

“Bea & Ben” in concert at Barrington Stage Company. Thankful to these amazing performers at the Musical Theatre Conservatory. It’s New Year’s Eve, 1919, “There’s Nobody Like Him/Her” is a scene where we meet George and Lily having just witnessed a battle of wits betwen Bea and Ben, and they find they have something in common. Thanks to Seth Roseman for directing, Adam Pelty, director of the MTC program, Steven Moore, video, Wes Halloran, audio.

 

3. I’m So Glad You Came

“Bea & Ben” a new musical in concert at Barrington Stage Company. Thankful to these amazing performers at the Musical Theatre Conservatory. It’s New Year’s Eve, 1919, “I’m So Glad You Came” is a scene where we meet Bea and Ben, separated by war, are now thrust back together. Thanks to Seth Roseman for directing, Adam Pelty, director of the MTC program, Steven Moore, video, Wes Halloran, audio.

2. Fill The Pages (From Bea & Ben)

“Bea & Ben” in concert at Barrington Stage Company. It’s New Year’s Eve, 1919. “Fill The Pages” is a scene where we meet characters all involved in writing news, fashion and wit. Much like Dorothy Parker and the Algonquin Round Table. Thankful to these amazing performers at the Musical Theatre Conservatory Thanks to Seth Roseman for directing, Adam Pelty, director of the MTC program, Steven Moore, video, Wes Halloran, audio.

1. When The Clock Strikes Twelve (from Bea & Ben)

“When The Clock Strikes Twelve,” is the first number where we meet all the characters, New Year’s Eve 1919. It’s Downton Abbey meets the Wild Party. “Bea & Ben” in concert at Barrington Stage Company. Thankful to these amazing performers at the Musical Theatre Conservatory. Thanks to Seth Roseman for directing, Adam Pelty, director of the MTC program, Steven Moore, video, Wes Halloran, audio