Music by Paul Libman
Book & Lyrics by
2017 Fall World Premiere
Two DJs. One Blizzard. No Records.
When a small radio station gets swallowed up by a corporate parent, the local DJs are relegated to obscurity. But when a snowstorm knocks the power out and the station loses its tie to the pre-programmed feed, the guys have to punt, and a rejuvenated station brings back spontaneity and joy to the community it serves. Dave Hudson and Paul Libman will be debuting their seventh musical comedy written exclusively for Northern Sky.
About the Writers
About The Writers
PAUL LIBMAN (Composer)
Outside of his collaboration with Dave, Paul Libman has had a long and interesting career in music and advertising. At 17, Paul was fronting his own jazz trio and playing piano in the group which won the Collegiate Jazz Festival at Notre Dame University. After attending Northwestern University, Paul turned his attention to advertising and built what has become one of the most successful commercial music companies in Chicago. In the course of his work for national advertisers such as McDonald’s, Kellogg’s, United Airlines, and Kraft Foods, he has accumulated numerous Clios, Addys, and several international awards. Paul’s independent project, Oy to the World, a Klezmer Christmas Album has been selling like latkes every holiday season – www.oytotheworld.com. Paul lives in New York where he is a member of the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop.
DAVE HUDSON (Playwright–Lyricist)
Dave (Writers Guild of America, ASCAP) has been writing plays since he was in high school. He teaches playwriting and lyric writing in Chicago at the Actors Garden and Chicago Dramatists. No Bones About Itmarks his 21st musical. Other shows written for Northern Sky include No Bones About It (2015, 2016), Strings Attached (2014), Muskie Love (2004, 2005, 2013), A Cabin with a View (2007, 2008), Main-Travelled Roads (2007), and Bing! The Cherry Musical (2011). He also writes shows for The Actors Garden in Oak Park, Illinois. With Paul Libman, Dave is a two time winner of The Richard Rodgers Award. He is lucky and blessed to have three amazing kids, Connor, Garen, and Paige, and he has the most supportive wife in the world, Gigi.