Becoming Britney: A Snarky Musical Adventure

Originally produced at The New York International Fringe Festival August 2008, for which Molly won “Outstanding Actress of the Festival”.

The show then went on to appear at Center Rep in Walnut Creek and was directed by co-writer Daya Curley October 2010 followed by a run at Guggenheim Entertainment in San Jose, November 2011.

Becoming Britney is currently published and available for licensing through Steel Spring Stage Rights in Los Angeles.

Pop unites with Broadway in this heartwarming original musical poking fun at the healing power of musical theatre. Following the fateful night when pop-superstar Britney Spears shaves her head, she enrolls in “Promises, Promises,” a group therapy center that caters to the exceptionally beautiful and moderately talented. To reconcile differences with her over-zealous mother, her turbulent relationship to K-Fed, and her younger (now prettier) sister, the group encourages Britney to star in a musical of her very own. Britney is propelled back into the spotlight when she re-discovers the power of her own true voice.

For more about this show please visit BecomingBritney.com

Real Housewives The Musical

REAL HOUSEWIVES: THE MUSICAL was originally presented as THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF WALNUT CREEK: THE MUSICAL in Spring of 2015 and commissioned by Center Rep in Walnut Creek and The Diablo Regional Arts Association. The show was directed by Michael Butler, artistic director.

The show went on to be produced by The Falcon Theater which is now known as The Garry Marshall Theater and was produced by Garry K. Marshall, Kathleen Marshall, Sherry Greczmiel, and by Roger Bean Productions. Roger Bean was the director. The show premiered April 1, 2016.

Script by Molly Bell.

Music and lyrics by Molly Bell and Dolores Duran-Cefalu.

Arrangements by Dolores Duran-Cefalu.

Real Housewives The Musical is published by and available for licensing through Steel Spring Stage Right in Los Angeles.