'American Psycho the Musical' began previews this past Thursday. The new musical stars Ben Walker, Alice Ripley and Jennifer Damiano and features musics and lyrics by 'Spring Awakening’s' Duncan Sheik. Recently, the Tony Award winning musician opened up about the origins of the music.
Go ahead and finish that morning routine and get those video tapes returned because 'American Psycho the Musical' is on Broadway. The musical by Tony Winner Duncan Sheik begins previews tonight before officially opening on April 21.
The all new 'American Psycho' musical is almost here and fans are dying to see Ben Walker as Patrick Bateman. Recently, Tony Award winning composer Duncan Sheik revealed that he turned to writer Bret Easton Ellis for some insight into the mind of Bateman. Check out the report below to see if Sheik had any luck.
Duncan Sheik is known to many for his 90’s hits like “Barely Breathing.” However, ask any theater geek about Duncan Sheik and you can expect to have the entire soundtrack to 'Spring Awakening' performed for you acapella. Pretty soon fans are going to have an all new soundtrack to sing for you. Sheik wrote the music for 'American Psycho the Musical' about to open on Broadway and the Original London Cast recording is getting ready to be released alongside the Broadway debut. Recently, Sheik spoke to up about the evolution from alt indie rocker to Tony winning, Broadway fav.
Jennifer Damiano ('Next to Normal') was an ensemble member and understudy in the original 'Spring Awakening' Broadway cast, so she is very familiar with the music of Duncan Sheik. Now a decade later, Damiano is working on another Sheik musical, 'American Psycho the Musical.' Damiano recently opened up about the music of 'American Psycho' and how if fits with film’s tone.
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