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words & music by Bobby Cronin
add'l by Brett Teresa
WINNER 2011 NJ Playwrights Contest
Produced in London June 2012 & NJ June 2012

"The measure of Mr.Cronin's intellectual and dramaturgical boldness is certified by the simultaneous existence on stage of the, now forty-year old artist, Dylan, who was the baby that Kelly was carrying when she threatened to jump off the bridge. Dylan is locked in a "troubled marriage" with Rebecca. Mr.Cronin's handling of time involves dazzling jump cuts, swirling dream-like sequences and symbolic references, with daring temporal experimentalism intelligently anchored by the superb performances of the cast. His time traveling allows his songs to engage with a vast range of issues - suicide, gay men married to women, the conflicting demands of art and family, a woman's biological clock - all of which demand and receive psychologically convincing interpretations." - David Rabinowitz, Nightlife

Move On

From Daybreak. Natalie Weiss at The Laurie Beechman Theatre on 8/03/2009 Anne Fraser Thomas at The Metropolitan Room on 5/28/2010


From Daybreak. Celisse Henderson at Metropolitan Room NYC on 3/28/2010 Bobby Cronin at Dixon Place, NYC on 3/28/2011Broadway Sings for Japan Benefit

The Roads We've Taken

From Daybreak. Bobby Cronin at The Palace Theatre, Danbury CT on 9/13/2010


From Daybreak. Bobby Cronin at The Metropolitan Room on 3/29/2010