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May 3–12

East Carson Street: A New Musical


A New Rock Musical, World Premiere

A new rock musical, East Carson Street celebrates America's resilience and goal of becoming a "more perfect union" with music by Joe Grushecky, the celebrated Pittsburgh "House Rocker" who has co-written songs with Bruce Springsteen for the past few decades. East Carson Street is the sweeping story spanning four decades and three generations of a Pittsburgh family. Like many cities and towns in the United States in the 1980s, Pittsburgh saw the lives of its citizens turned upside-down with the demise of the steel and coal industries, leading to the worst recession since World War II. Families were being torn apart as young people, especially, sought opportunities elsewhere while those who stayed in town dealt with rising levels of substance abuse and crime. Fast forward to the 2020s, and Pittsburgh, with its focus now on innovation, medicine, and technology, has once again become one of America's great cities. Set to Grushecky's iconic music of the era, East Carson Street is a true testament to the greatness of the American people.



Constantine Maroulis

American Idol, Broadway’s Rock of Ages, Jekyll & Hyde

Constantine Maroulis (Jimmy) Born in Brooklyn, raised in Jersey. Best known for his Tony Nominated star turn in Rock of Ages on Broadway and as a finalist during the heyday of American Idol with superstar Carrie Underwood. Constantine is a 2x Tony Nominee, 3x Drama League Nominee for Distinguished Performance and is a past recipient of the Star of The Year. Credits include: Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll & Hyde, The Wedding Singer, Spring Awakening, RENT, Jacques Brel, Jesus Christ Superstar, Postmodern Jukebox, Rocktopia, Williamstown, Eaglemania, Foreigners Journey, upcoming Rock and Roll Man and many more. He’s toured extensively with his original music. Recent singles include: Daydream and Comeback. More to come! Training: Boston Conservatory at Berklee. For socials and tour dates please visit


Teal Wicks

Broadway’s The Cher Show, WickedJekyll & Hyde

Teal Wicks (Angie) has established herself as a leading lady of Broadway originating the roles of Lady in The Cher Show, Mary Barrie in Find­ing Neverland and Emma Carew in the revival of Jekyll & Hyde. Teal made her Broadway debut as Elphaba in Wicked after playing the role to critical acclaim in the Los Angeles and San Francisco companies. Off-Broadway and across the US she has created lead roles in the premieres of The Blue Flower (Second Stage/A.R.T.), Piece Of My Heart (Signature Theater NYC), The Ballad of Little Jo (Two River Theatre), Last Days of Summer (George Street Playhouse), Life of the Party (Theatreworks, w/ Andrew Lippa), and Fahrenheit 451 (59E59). As well as starring in productions at Signature Theatre, Broadway Sacramento, Goodspeed Musicals, Casa Mañana, Bay Street Theater. TV/Streaming appearances include “The Peripheral” on Amazon, “The Night Agent” on Netflix, “NCIS: New Orleans,” “Evil,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” “Chicago Justice.” Teal has brought her unique powerhouse performance to stages worldwide from intimate NYC cabarets to international orchestras and can be heard on various cast recordings. @tealwicks

The East Carson Street Ensemble:

Reagan Richards, Bre Cade, Virginia Cavaliere, Alex Paez, Izzy Figueroa, Matt Wolpe, Tommy McDonnell, Matt Walsh, Luke Surretsky, Etta Grover


Music by

Joe Grushecky

Book by

Jonathan Rosenberg

Directed by

Daniel Kutner (Broadway’s Prince of Broadway)

Music Direction by

Charles Santoro

Choreography by

Michele Mossay

Scheduled 2024 Performance Dates & Times

  • May 3 (8PM)

  • May 4 (2PM & 8PM)

  • May 5 (3PM)

  • May 9 (7PM)

  • May 10 (7PM)

  • May 11 (2PM & 8PM)

  • May 12 (3PM)

Sound Design by

Jon Weston

Lighting Design by

Joel Silver

Scenic Design by

Zoe Hurwitz

Costume Design by

Rebecca Lustig

Ticket Prices

  • Premium: $55

  • Regular: $45

  • Standard: $35

  • Groups of 10 or more: Regular $36 (no fees)

There is a $5 Facility Fee per ticket.
Credit card purchases have an additional $4.50 Convenience Fee. 

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