Mary E. Goulet
Writer/Composer/Producer, WORLDS AWAY MUSICAL
Golden-child Monet self-destructs, recoiling from career and fiancé. But hers is no ordinary anti-corporate crisis. She meets a charming but amnesiac professor who’s unaware he’s from an other-dimensioned world. But then, she disappears from an Atlantic beach...
Writer, OLD WORDS, NEW WORDS, RED WORDS, BLUE WORDS...Snapshots of the year 2030.
Law student Alice studies 21st century constitutional law in the year 2030 and rebels against US law and society.
“impresses with an intriguing, ambitious first scene” … “presents a plausible and witty scenario”–BACKSTAGE (Michael Lazan)
Writer, 1190underdog...AN HISTORICAL STORY.
Semi-finalist Play; Winner, Best Costume Design; Winner, Best Set Design.
Writer, 1170Underdog...AN HISTORICAL STORY
August 2007 in Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Summerfest.
Winner, Summerfest’s Best Actor (to Jesse Kearney for playing the Talking Tree—the inner voice of Genghis Khan).
Composer (Music & Lyrics), Song, ALWAYS THERE IS MORE.
September 2007, Waltz-Astoria, NYC.
Sung by Abby Baum; Brian J. Swasey, Artistic Director; Jeffrey Campos, Musical Director.
"Abby Baum offers a fine solo in 'Always There is More' from 55 Centuries, The Musical by Mary Goulet."
|Copyright © 2001 - 2010, M. E. Goulet.