NEWS AND UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS

I made it Ma, Carnegie Hall! 
Broadway may still be dark, but there are Voices of Hope for the future. My song "Undying Love" from It Happened in Key West will be featured at the free virtual concert, Songbook: Arts & Artists of Tomorrow, part of the Voices of Hope Festival sponsored by Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center! Click here to reserve your free tickets to watch.

 

I wrote my first movie score!

Check out this short film Miles to Go by writer/director Zach Tirone and featuring my piano composition and performance. The original music appears at 4:17 and 7:43 of the film.

 

 

I've launched a new writing business specializing in

Script Consulting, Ghostwriting, Custom Songs

Visit the Consulting Page

for more information.

Or email me at

jill.santoriello@verizon.net

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The Revolution has roared back in 2021

 

More than halfway through their already sold out run, Utah's HALE CENTRE THEATRE Sandy got state and county permission to start selling at 100% capacity and quickly sold out the remainder of their run of  A TALE OF TWO CITIES February 1- March 20, 2021.

Check out the rave review from BroadwayWorld!  

BOB JONES UNIVERSITY presented their production of A TALE OF TWO CITIES with a live stream on Friday March 12.
March 11-13, 2021. 

CAPITAL UNIVERSITY will present a virtual performance of Scenes and Songs from A TALE OF TWO CITIES on April 23 at 8pm.  Check back for the link! 

For A TALE OF TWO CITIES Professional, stock and amateur rights

contact CONCORD THEATRICALS (SAMUEL FRENCH LTD)            
Email:  info@concordtheatricals.com          Phone: 212 206 1429       

 
Jill's new show "IT HAPPENED IN KEY WEST" had its World Premiere in London at the historic Charing Cross Theatre July 4 - August 18, 2018!

Read the article on Broadway World

The show, co written with Jason Huza and Jeremiah James, is based on the unbelievable true story of a man so eccentric and so devoted that he stole the corpse of his dearly departed girlfriend and lived with her for seven years in the remote coastal island. A romantic comedy musical unlike any other it will make you believe in undying love!

Photo by Carol Rosegg

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Watch Wade McCollum sing "Undying Love"
Wade McCollum and Elena Ramos Pascullo