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My Life Is A Musical now playing!


The season culminates with the World Premiere of MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL,which runs July 29 - August 31. The musical has book, music and lyrics by Adam Overett and will be directed and choreographed by Marlo Hunter. Presented in association with Martin Platt, David Elliott, Cheryl Wiesenfeld, Joan Raffe & Jhett Tolentino, and Patrick Blake.

 MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL is about Parker, who isn't like anyone else. When Parker wakes up in the morning and leaves his apartment, he hears people singing, he sees people dancing - and no other person on earth knows this is happening. Because Parker's life is a musical. And Parker hates musicals. This world premiere features a tuneful new score by Adam Overett and direction and choreography by Marlo Hunter, two rising stars of the musical theater. Follow Parker's journey, both hilarious and human, as he struggles to hide his predicament from the world, tries to save a rock band, is pursued by a mysterious blogger, and possibly even finds love along the way. Photo by Lenny Stucker/


 A "Pay What You Can" performance will take place on Tuesday, July 29 at 7pm. A limited amount of tickets for "PWYC" will be availble after 2pm at the Box Office on July 29. No phone calls please.


Bay Street Theater is having a "STUDENT SUNDAY" matinee for MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL. On August 10, 17 and 25 and 31, high school and college students can receive (1) FREE admission for the 2pm performance of  MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL. If you have a valid student I.D call the Bay Street Box Office at 631-725-9500 to reserve your free student ticket! 


Join us for cocktails before the Mainstage performance on August 9! Doors open at 7pm for the pre-reception. 

Cast Bios:

WENDI BERGAMINI (Woman 2, Dance Captain) is thrilled to be joining this fabulous company at Bay Street for the world premiere of MLIAM! BROADWAY: Evita; Promises, Promises (Miss Olson); South Pacific. NATIONAL TOURS: The Light in the Piazza (Franca,1st National), Guys & Dolls, Evita (25th Anniversary tour), Cats (Jellylorum). REGIONAL: Secondhand Lions (Ghita), Finian’s Rainbow (Westport Country Playhouse), The Baker’s Wife (Goodspeed Opera House), Titanic (CLO South Bay Cities), The Grapes of Wrath (The Western Stage). NY credits:  The Baker’s Wife (York Theatre), Naughty Marietta (Musicals Tonight!), Iolanthe (NYGASP). TV/FILM: The Sound of Music Live! Performed worldwide aboard the famous QE2.

ROBERT CUCCIOLI (Randy) Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Jekyll & Hyde (Tony nomination, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award and Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award), Les Miserables. Off-Broadway: Bikeman, Temporary Help, Enter The Guardsman, And The World Goes ‘Round (Outer Critics Circle Award), Gigi, The Rothschilds, Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris and Dietrich & Chevalier. Equally respected for his workin the Classics and Contemporary Plays as well as Musicals, Robert has performed at such notable Regional Theatres as The Guthrie (Antony & Cleopatra), Paper Mill Playhouse (1776, Oklahoma, Lend Me A Tenor, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Sound Of Music), The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ (Amadeus, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Carnival, Othello), The Shakespeare Theatre of DC ( Hamlet, Lorenzzaccio 2006Helen Hayes Award Nomination), the McCarter Theatre (Fiction, The School for Scandal), George Street Playhouse (The Seafarer, A Moon To Dance By with Jane Alexander) and most recently at the historic Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC (1776). Television: White Collar, Sliders, Baywatch, The Guiding Light. Film: Woody Allen’s Celebrity, and the independent film The Stranger. Robert is featured on the original cast recordings of Jekyll & Hyde (Atlantic), And The World Goes ‘Round (RCA Victor), Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris (Ghostlight), The New Picasso (Black Forest Productions) and released his debut solo album The Look Of Love October 2012.


ADAM DAVELINE (Man 2) is thrilled to be a part of My Life is a Musical. Some of his Off-Broadway and New York Credits include: Unlock'd (Prospect Theater Company) Siti Sati (Tera Nova). Some notable Regional credits include: Mr. Robert Martin in Jane Austin's Emma directed by Jeff Calhoun and Lord Amiens in As You like it at the Old Globe Theater directed by Adrian Nobel. Adam operates his own film production company (A.A. Bar Productions) and has written/produced/directed/and acted in many short films, and is currently working on a new web series entitled Molly Mo.  Adam proudly received his BFA in Musical Theater from Brigham Young University and his MFA in Classical Acting the The Old Globe/University of San Diego.  His favorite roles are as a husband to the greatest woman in the world and as father to the coolest kid ever.

DANYEL FULTON (Woman 1) graduated from The City College of NY with a B.A. in Theater. Selected NYC credits: Ammut and Others (Jasper in Deadland, Prospect Theater Company), Marie (Dark Hollow Woyzeck, Fringe ’12), Aisha (A Time To Love, National Black Theater), Dorothy (The Wiz, The Harlem Repertory Theater), Charlayne (Aint Misbehavin, HRT), Lil Bit (How I Learned to Drive, Aaron Davis Hall). National/International Tour: Dionne (HAIR, Big League Theatricals) Audelco nominations for Outstanding Female Performance: The Wiz'09, Aint’Misbehavin'08, A Time To Love'12. Many thanks to my family and friends for their continued support! 

KATHLEEN ELIZABETH MONTELEONE (JT) recently played Heather Stovall in Broadway's Hands on Hardbody, arole sheoriginatedinthemusical'spremiereat LaJollaPlayhouseOther credits include Dede Halcyon-Day in Tales of the City (American Conservatory Theater), the national tour of Legally Blonde:The Musical (Elle Woods); Sophie in Departure Lounge (SPF) and Amber in Hairspray (Paper Mill Playhouse). Screen credits include NBC’s Grease: You’re the One That I Want (Spiritual Sandy) and the film 27 Dresses. A graduate of Marymount Manhattan College.

JUSTIN MATTHEW SARGENT (Zach) Broadway: Spiderman - Turn Off The Dark (Peter Parker), Rock of Ages (Drew) Bonnie & Clyde (Ensemble, Clyde cover), Nat'l Tour: Rock Of Ages (Drew) Regional: Pippin, Jesus Christ Superstar and High School Musical. TV: 'Royal Pains', "Delocated."  BFA Musical Theatre, University of Central Florida. 

BRIAN SILLS (Man 1) New York: The Machine (Park Avenue Armory & Donmar Warehouse, UK), Lucky & Tough Times (Playroom Theater), Himself And Nora (NYMF). National Tour: The Lion King (original cast). Regional Theatre: The Heidi Chronicles (Asolo Repertory Theater), Assassins (Milwaukee Repertory), Amadeus (Clarence Brown Theater),  Around The World In 80 Days (Cleveland Play House), Cabaret, The SantaLand Diaries (Kansas City Repertory Theatre), Unlock’d (Ravinia Festival), three seasons at the Tony Award winning Chicago Shakespeare Theater where credits include The Taming of the Shrew, Cymbeline (Joseph Jefferson Award nomination), The Three Musketeers, The Two Noble Kinsmen and How Can You Run With A Shell On Your Back?. Film: Baby On Board, Nothing Like The Holidays, Rocky Marciano.  Website:

HOWIE MICHAEL SMITH (Parker) is thrilled to be making his Bay Street debut! He played the dual roles of Princeton/Rod over 1000 times in the Broadway production of Avenue Q. Regional: Avenue Q (Ogunquit), I Love You, You’re Perfect… (Engeman), A Christmas Carol (Ford’s Theatre), 1776, Carousel (Marriott Theatre), As You Like It (Chicago Shakespeare), The Tempest (Dallas Shakespeare), Tribute to Sondheim (Pittsburgh Pops), Bill Nelson‘s All Male Revue (Barrington), Singin’ in the Rain, Brigadoon, Oliver, Joseph and the Amazing…. BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Howie is the creator of the sketch comedy channel Sillyocity

 Call the Box Office at 631-725-9500

Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 5 pm.


The 2014 Mainstage Season is sponsored in part by:
New York State through the generosity of Assemblyman Fred Thiele and State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle
New York State Council on The Arts, a State Agency
Town of Southampton
The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
The Shubert Foundation
Fully or partially funded by the Suffolk County Executive's Office

Previews weeks for all three productions are sponsored by

Posted: July 21, 2014