Review: ‘BSO: An Evening with Sutton Foster’ at The Music Center at Strathmore

Joined later in the program by her good friend Megan McGinnis, their duet (“Flight”, by composer Craig Carnelia) was one of the highlights of the concert; Their perfectly blended voices made it difficult at points to tell there were two people singing! McGinnis, currently starring in the off-Broadway production Daddy Long Legs, also sang a solo (“Neverland” from Peter Pan).

Daddy, Dickens & Democrats- Cast Albums of Daddy Long Legs; Our Mutual Friend; Clinton

We start with two musicals based on novels wherein a case of concealed identity is key to the plot- One is by Jean Webster and the other by Charles Dickens.

DADDY LONG LEGS Releases ‘The Secret of Happiness’ Sheet Music for Free

The producers of the new Off-Broadway musical Daddy Long Legs, and Paul Gordon (Music & Lyrics) have released "The Secret of Happiness" sheet music from Daddy Long Legs for free.

BWW Exclusive: Megan McGinnis, Andrew Lippa & More Visit BROADWAY BULLET Podcast

Megan McGinnis discusses her long history and path to NYC with the musical, Daddy Long Legs.

Exclusive: Watch The Epic A Cappella Mash-Up of Hamilton You Didn’t Know You Needed

With many members of the group working to pursue theatre careers — Corneau is the understudy for Megan McGinnis in Daddy Long Legs and Dwan can currently be seen as Elliot in Finding Neverland — the group is an outlet to continually produce new work and showcase their talents in the era of YouTube.

A Valentine to Off-Broadway’s Most Romantic Couple

Adam Halpin and Megan McGinnis fall in love eight performances a week in the Off-Broadway musical “Daddy Long Legs” at the Davenport Theatre.

Interview: “Daddy Long Legs” Composer/Lyricist Paul Gordon on Adapting Jean Webster’s Classic Novel for the Stage

StageBuddy had the chance to speak with Gordon about his collaboration with book writer/director John Caird and their journey bringing this classic novel to life on the stage, working with the talented Megan McGinnis and Paul Alexander Nolan on a sound that captures the beauty and vulnerability, and why intimate shows like this deserve a special place in today’s theater community.