Corey Cott and Hannah Elless Debut Songs from New Einstein Musical REBEL GENIUS
July 12, 2018 - Finding Carter
Broadway’s Corey Cott (Bandstand) and Hannah Elless (Bright Star) star in dual newly expelled strain videos from a new low-pitched Rebel/Genius. With book, strain and lyrics by Peabody Award-winning composer Matthew Puckett, Rebel/Genius is desirous by a early life of systematic genius, Albert Einstein. Cott and Elless perform “Faster” and “What Love Looks Like,” singing a roles of Einstein and his initial mother Mileva Mari?, respectively.
The videos are expelled 94 years after Einstein’s lauded Nobel Lecture that he delivered to a Nordic Assembly of Naturalists during Gothenburg, Sweden on Jul 11, 1923. Check out a songs below!
Physics and adore hit in Rebel/Genius as a young, and rarely ambitious, Albert Einstein falls madly in adore with Mileva Maric and risks all he has to find a ideal Unified Theory. The acclaimed new low-pitched is an scrutiny into a heart and mind of a injured idol and systematic genius. Max Planck, Niels Bohn and a Atomic Bomb all play a partial in a tour and choices of a shining tellurian being who is ripped between a ardent adore for a people in his life and a furious aspiration to know a universe.
Rebel/Genius was a finalist for a 2017 Jonathan Larson Grant presented by a American Theater Wing. The Atlantic Theater Company in NYC and a IAMA Theater Company in Los Angeles have presented developmental readings and a full prolongation will be presented in 2019 during UCLA.
Originally from NYC, Matthew Puckett is a Los Angeles formed award-winning songwriter and composer. He won a Peabody Award for his songs and measure for a seven-part ABC mini- series, “Hopkins,” and was a target of an ASCAP Film/TV Award for “Skyline,” a thesis strain to a critically acclaimed ABC array “NY Med.” He has worked with bands and artists such as Rogue Wave, The Mowgli’s, Marsha Ambrosius, Jeremy Jordan, Shawn Hook, Kris Allen, Ryan Innes, Jessica Mitchell, Clementine and The Galaxy, Royal Tongues, Glenn Philips, Beginners, Valen, and Garrison Star. His singular film scores embody Caught, Best Friends Forever, Dial A Prayer, and Some Boys Don’t Leave (winner Tribeca Film Festival). He has created TV scores for “Gravity” (Starz), “Still Single” (Showtime), and “Guidance” (Dreamworks / AwesomenessTV). Other film and radio strain credits embody Southpaw (Weinstein Company), “Eye Candy” (MTV), “NCIS: LA” (CBS), “Being Human” (SyFy), “Hooking Up” (ABC), Held Up starring The Sklar Brothers, Never Again (Focus Features), Make It or Break It (Disney), and “Finding Carter” (MTV). Matthew co-wrote and constructed a strain “Cold Blood” by Valen featured in a latest chronicle of a videogame The Sims.
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