The production features scenic design by Rob Bissinger, costume design by Brian Hemesath, lighting design by Matthew Richards, and sound design by Ryan Rumery and M. Andrew Sotomayor serves as musical director with orchestrations, arrangements, and music supervision by Wayne Barker. Curvy Widow is produced by Jayne Baron Sherman, Trish Santini/Jennifer Melin Miller, and Allen and Marie Wolpert by arrangement with Raoulfilm.
Aaron Lustbader/Foresight Theatrical serve as executive producer.
These live in my office closet where I can take them out and look at them whenever I feel the need. I loved them so much it was beyond painful to lock them away in a jewellery box where I’d never see them, never get to enjoy them for what they were – a beautiful gift from my loving husband.
Some widows are comfortable dating as early as a month or two out, others wait years, and some never date again at all.
This is a personal choice that each widow must make for herself. I was very up front with them and told them how I felt and what was going on.
Sadly, the name switch up is just part of being widowed.
You can’t love someone all your life, whispering their name out loud and in your thoughts a thousand times a day without inevitably letting it slip out. It did, however, make me more forgiving of my poor mother who was constantly trying to keep her five kids’ names straight.
The new musical, which began performances July 20, features a book by Goldman and music and lyrics by Brody.
Peter Flynn directs, and Marcos Santana choreographs.
My new boyfriend is now my new husband and I don’t keep pictures of Craig up in our new home except for one in my office, tucked beside my computer monitor where I do my writing.
I still kept some of Craig’s clothes (now integrated into my own wardrobe) and several boxes of his awards, comic books, and other memorabilia. Somehow they always ended up finding their way back onto my left hand.
The Westside Theatre is located at 407 West 43rd Street, New York.