MisSpelled is a Gothic tale of power in the wrong hands at the wrong time. Warlocks and witches scheme to further the cause of true love. MisSpelled is a light-hearted view of what happens when a warlock's daughter falls for a mortal piano player.
The book was conceived and written by D’Jamin Bartlett (who also stars in the production) and Emmy Award Winning Composer Mark Bornfield. Ms. Bartlett is best known for originating the role of “Petra” in the Harold Prince production of “A Little Night Music” singing “The Miller’s Son.”
MisSpelled features Rosalind Harris who played Tzeidel in the movie “Fiddler on the Roof.” The talented ten-person cast will bewitch their way into your hearts.
MisSpelled opens at the Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce Street New York, New York, on Saturday August 11th 2012. Show time is at 3:15pm.
Performances run today, August 11 3:15 PM; Saturday August 18 8:00 PM; Tuesday August 21 5:15 PM; Saturday August 25 2:15 PM; and Sunday August 26 3:15 PM.
MisSpelled is part of the New York City Fringe Festival. For tickets, click HERE.