Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street, New York, NY 10018

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Hereafter Musical

Closed December 27, 2014

This life and the afterlife collide in this new musical

Why See Hereafter Musical?

Hereafter The Musical has been a labour of love for CBS exec Vinnie Favale (who you may know from his frequent Howard Stern Show appearances). Collaborating with singer Frankie Keane, the project made it off-Broadway debut in 2012, after some six years of work and a highly successful Kickstarter campaign. Now it's headed to The Snapple Theater Center, with Keane among the cast.

The story centers on a group of three women who are hoping psychic Jason Richards can get in contact with their deceased loved ones. Both Favale and Keane found the project to be a meaningful way of working through their grief at recent personal losses. Among the rest of the cast of this spirited musical drama is Deborah Tranelli (Dallas) and the director if Terry Berliner, whose credits include the Broadway production of The Lion King.

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Opening night: 13 September 2014

Cast and Creative


Director - Terry Berliner
Writers - Vinnie Favale & Frankie Keane

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