The Pitch

Emma's boyfriend breaks up with her on Facebook!

 

Imagine how you would feel…

Emma is devastated! So, her BFFs decide to help her navigate through the crazy world of online dating.

 

But, what if … You’re socially awkward? Makes it a bit more challenging doesn’t it?

 

CONNECTED is not only a musical comedy, but also a multi-media experience in which you will feel a shift of being digitally connected to that of being emotionally connected with the characters. As one theater professional put it; “Clever as hell! Love the multimedia connection with the audience!”

 

This is the latest from composer, lyricist and librettist Rick Williams. He has had two other musicals produced, one Off-Off Broadway and the other Off-Westend.

 

Connected the musical might be described as “They’re Playing Our Song” meets “She Loves Me.” It is a fast-moving witty journey exploring the true nature of human connection and its importance in our lives with or without a device. It is easily producible with a single unit set, and a cast of 10.

 

I would be happy to send you the libretto and sample recordings (or a link). In the meantime, you can also learn more by visiting www.connectedthemusical.com

The Story

Our story begins when Emma’s boyfriend breaks up with her on Facebook!

 

To make matters worse, her beloved MeeMa is coming into town and is expecting to meet Emma's boyfriend... her dying wish!

 

Emma has two weeks to not only find a date, but a boyfriend as well!  So, her BFFs decide to help her navigate through the crazy world of online dating. 

Dating Online.  Fortunately, they find some guidance from Nate Alfinger's popular relationship blog "Connected."  However, is she prepared for the darker side of online dating?

 

Meet Oliver, who had a terrible break-up 3 years ago and has never been the same.  He now loses himself in his writing.  Although he seems pretty hopeless, his roommate, The Love Doctor, tries to get Oliver's social life in gear through an online dating site for the Socially Awkward.  Can they find the Perfect Guy/Girl?

 

Emma and Oliver have a lot in common, and connect right away.  However, they face so many challenges and misunderstandings that it looks like they will never connect. Will they find a true connection?

 

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