SNATCH YO’ FREE” NEW MUSICAL, WORLD PREMIERE

SNATCH YO’ FREE” NEW MUSICAL, WORLD PREMIERE
Fri, Jul 22 - Fri, Aug 12 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm FREE
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Mulberry Common Parks
Mulberry Common Parks
Newark, NJ 07102


TaNisha Fordham Productions in association with the City of Newark, N.J. announces the WORLD PREMIERE of the new musical TaNisha Fordham’s SNATCH YO’ FREE, written, directed, musical production, produced by and starring this year’s American Express Directing Fellow, Broadway Theatre Coalition’s Directing Fellow, and the current Associate Director of the 5 TIME TONY AWARD WINNING Broadway Musical Company, TaNisha Fordham. As the city of Newark NJ’s 2ND annual Theater in the Park event this year’s musical production is free, open to the public, and continues to create access and a bridge to Broadway level productions right in the heart of Newark.

“TaNisha Fordham the EGOT” will be available June 12, 2022 on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. The poetic narrative (novel) is accessibly priced in hopes that finance will not be a barrier to the inspiration and hope that Fordham knows the novel will insight. TaNisha Fordham the EGOT, the NEW MUSICAL, will have its WORLD PREMIERE July 22 & 29, August 5 & 12, 2022 at Mulberry Commons Park in front of the Prudential Center in Newark NJ. The Theater in the Park event is free, open to the public, and an event for the entire family – you can even bring your furry friends. Seating will be available on a first come, first served basis but attendees are encouraged to bring their favorite chair or blanket. Vendors will be available on site; Fordham will be doing a book signing immediately following the production. “TaNisha Fordham the EGOT” will also be available on site.

ABOUT THE PRODUCTION

TaNisha Fordham the EGOT

By TaNisha Fordham

Adapted from the poetic narrative by the same name.

July 22 & 29, August 5 & 12, 2022 @ 7PM | WORLD PREMIERE

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (Food trucks on site, children welcome, pets welcome)

Mulberry Common Parks