Thursday, November 11, 2010


Silver Phoenix Entertainment Presents the holiday musical “O Night Divine” official Off-Broadway World Premiere
December 9th 2010 in New York City

“Experience A Love Story For All Time” at the World Premiere of O Night Divine. This “feel good”, “get you in the spirit” holiday musical, directed by Mark Mazzarella with book and lyrics by Blaze Kelly Coyle and music and lyrics by Leo Kirschner, will run Off-Broadway in the Theatre at St. Peter's (home of the York Theatre Company) December 9 – December 12. Five performances only! Opening night is Dec. 9 at 8:00 pm, with a reception to follow. *A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Autism Speaks.

O Night Divine is a full-scale musical based upon the classic biblical story of The Nativity, featuring the songs “Amaze,” “We'll Get By”, “What Gifts?“, “Mathias' Inn”, “Chosen”, “Now And Always In My Heart”, “Then You Came In” and “King of Kings”. Celebrate the season with Mary and Joseph, a trio of tap dancing Wise Men, an evil King, and a whole cast of colorful characters. O Night Divine is sure to become a new annual holiday tradition the whole family and people of all faiths will thoroughly enjoy!

The talented cast consists of: Brittney Bertier (Mary), Spencer Bazzano (Joseph), Melanie Sullivan (Narrator), Matthew Dyer (King Herod), Blaze Kelly Coyle (Elizabeth/Sapphira), Tim Mower (Joachim/Mathias), Andrea Mower (Anne/Mae), James Holden (Balthazar/Man#1), Joshua Feder (Melchiorre/Man #2), Jimmy Moore (Jaspar/Man #3) and Ensemble members: Rori Nogee, Shayla Spradley, Brad Rakushin, Phillip Burke, Angela Winslow, Danya Katok, Theresa Renee, Sarah Michelle Cuc, Nick Walkonis, George Marques and Nick Giello.

Exclusively at the Theatre at St. Peter's (home of the York Theatre Company) is located in New York City at 619 Lexington Avenue (corner of 54th Street).For tickets and more info please log onto

Autism Speaks
goal is to change the future for all children and adults who struggle with autism spectrum disorders. This is a cause close to the hearts of the entire production team of O Night Divine, as they each have friends and family members dealing with the many challenges of autism.

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