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Chaturbate: The Musical!

Book by Dan Margules, Music by David Jayden Anthony, Lyrics by Chris Edgar

Where Broadway Gets Off!

Starry-eyed Broadway hopeful Laura London has a dirty little secret: To make ends meet, she takes it all off every night live on the internet. But when the producer of the family-friendly musical she’s auditioning for discovers her online command performances, Laura's unwholesome double life threatens to end her stage career forever.


Chaturbate and the Chaturbate logo are registered trademarks of Multi Media LLC, used by permission. (Laura London) (ChaturbateTheMusical)

Morgan Aiken

David Jayden Anthony

Theodore Georgios Crosby

Christopher Edgar

Mackayla Hill

Miatta Ade Lebile

Dan Margules

Kevin Mathie

Denis McCourt

Matt JJ Miller

Tamara Philbrick

Chandler Reed

Richard Van Slyke

1001 Minutes of New Musicals

6322 Santa Monica Blvd., LA, CA 90038


Sat, Jun 10 at 8:30 pm
Wed, Jun 14 at 11:00 pm
Thu, Jun 15 at 6:00 pm
Sun, Jun 18 at 4:30 pm
Fri, Jun 23 at 11:00 pm

To buy tickets for this show, make a note of the DATE and TIME you want, and then click the link below to go to the Hollywood Fringe Festival site. NOTE that all performances at that site will be listed as 1001 MINUTES OF MUSICAL THEATRE so you need to know the date and time of the show you want to see.


Creative Team

Denis McCourt

Music Director
Kevin Mathie

Stage Manager
Morgan Aiken

Theodore Georgios Crosby
Mackayla Hill
Miatta Ade Lebile
Matt JJ Miller
Tamara Philbrick
Chandler Reed
Richard Van Slyke


Morgan Aiken (Stage Manager) 

was born and raised in Los Angeles, California.  She graduated from St. Bernard High School in Playa Del Rey in 2006 on the Deans Honor Roll and earning the Alfano Award. At 20, after studying psychology at West Los Angeles Community College, Morgan joined the Army as a Military Police Officer.  There she served in several duty stations, such as Colorado, South Korea, and Iraq.  After 5 years, she earned an honorable discharge as a Corporal and used the GI Bill to attend the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles, CA earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2017.

David Jayden Anthony (Music) 

is the co-creator of the “New Work Project” at Saddleback College with Tony Award nominee Jonelle Allen. This program produces staged readings of brand new works every year. David and Jonelle serve as adjunct faculty at the college where they have written and directed several musicals. David currently serves as the Executive Director of Arts and Teachers for Encore Education Corporation, a network of performing arts charter schools where he oversees all live performance, staffing and training as well as curriculum development at multiple schools. For the Fringe Festival, David is writing with all new collaborators on F**ked Up Fairy Tales and Chaturbate: The Musical. He is so excited to return to NMI (Elise and Scott) and their valuable feedback that really helps writers refine and clarify their story!

Theodore Georgios Crosby (Sky) 

Christopher Edgar (Lyrics) 

has written music for film, theater, TV, digital series, commercials and more.  He has composed music for award-winning films, including the movie musical The Breakout: A Rock Opera and his animated musical Steve’s Quest, which won numerous awards including the International Academy of Web Television’s Best Animated Series Award and the Best Original Score Award at the Hollyweb festival.  Also a songwriter and drummer himself, Edgar has toured and written with signed recording artists.

Mackayla Hill (Summit) 

is excited to preform for her first time at the Fringe Festival. She moved to LA to study film at the New York Film Academy’s LA campus. She moved from Colorado for college and stayed!

Miatta Ade Lebile (Nasasha) 

is an actress only because she can’t ascend to a monarchy. Also because she isn’t sure a crown can be paired with a love of fruit roll ups and cheap tequila. She is a Texan living in L.A. who has traveled the world, speaks decent French, and sings anything from opera to R&B.  She attended Cornell University for her B.A and then earned her M.B.A from the Metropolitan College of New York.

You can catch her as a sandwich loving fiend in a commercial right now. Miatta recently appeared on stage in the 2016 NBC Diversity Showcase under the direction of Rodney To. Her other stage credits include Ruined (Sophie) , Aida (Aida), Avenue Q (Gary Coleman), The Wild Party (Madelaine True), Triassic Parq (T-Rex 2), Little Shop of Horrors (Ronette), among many others. Miatta has also appeared in pilots such as Sexpectations, short films such as Chameleon Sunrise and Space Race, web series G.R.U.S.T.L.E. Diaries and Turning Tables, commercials, as well as improv and parody shorts online.

Dan Margules (Book) 

began his writing career as a jazz critic for a number of publications throughout Southern California. His first short film, Begleiter, featured original music by Weather Report’s Alphonse Mouzon and won awards at the Anchorage and Big Island film festivals. In 2005, he co-founded and was president of San Diego Filmmakers, and, more recently, launched ScripTipps, a series of ebooks on screenwriting. His first writing credit for the stage was the time-travel comedy Have a Nice Trip, a 15-minute musical developed as part of ANMT’s Core Curriculum. He is currently developing a full-length musical based on North Pole High: A Rebel Without a Claus, a memoir by Candace Jane Kringle, the daughter of Santa Claus. Chaturbate: The Musical! is his third project to be developed though New Musicals Inc. and his first time at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Kevin Mathie (Music Director) 

has 25 years’ experience working as a music director, composer, and pianist. He has spent much of that time as a resident music director for The Grand Theater in Salt Lake City, Utah, and also Salt Lake Acting Company. He has also written the music to five musicals that have been produced on stage and over a dozen incidental scores for non-musicals. For TV he was the music director/arranger for the Showtime special, Race, Religion, and Sex in Utah, with Larry Wilmore. Kevin is also a composer for film and television, where his music can be heard on CBS, TNT, Showtime, and others.

Denis McCourt (Director) 

Denis McCourt is currently the Associate Chair of Acting, Performance Studies, at the New York Film Academy, Los Angeles. With a MFA in Acting from the University of Florida and a BA in Theatre from the University of South Florida, Denis also serves as the Artistic Director of the Public Theatre of Southern California. He was also the Co-Artistic Director of the Long Beach Shakespeare Company. He is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA and Actors Equity Association. A graduate of the Core Curriculum (Lyric Writing) at NMI, Denis is thrilled to help as the Director of Production D to bring these creative & fun musicals to life for NMI & the 2017 Los Angeles Fringe Festival.

Matt JJ Miller (Mr. Handcock) 

is an actor and singer originally from the Baltimore, Maryland. Both Hairspray and The Wire are based on different periods of his life, but he got screwed out of the rights and royalties for both. He flew to L.A. for the ensuing lawsuit (that he lost), and hasn’t been able to afford a ticket back since. While he’s stranded in LaLa Land, he’s thrilled to be a part of this artistic community. His favorite past rolls include such hits as brioche, pretzel, and classic dinner.

Tamara Philbrick (Laura London) 

is thrilled to be making her Hollywood Fringe Festival debut. Favorite roles include Luisa in The Fantasticks, Esther in Meet Me in St. Louis, and Becca in Rabbit Hole. She also tunes pianos, trains for marathons, and rumor has it dressed as Dorothy and hit up Hollywood Boulevard with her little dog, too. Proud AMDA (NYC) and Millikin University alum.

Chandler Reed (Phil) 

Is an actor, musician, and recent graduate of AMDA College and Conservatory. He is very happy to be making his Fringe Festival debut in multiple NMI projects this summer.

When he is not on stage Chandler is outdoors with his girlfriend Madison and their dog Buddy.

Richard Van Slyke (Woody) 

is an actor/writer/director with over 3o years experience in the theater. He most recently directed Hello Again at The Chromolume Theatre. Recent Los Angeles theatre credits include 42nd St at The Candlelight Pavilion, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and The Odd Couple at Sierra Madre Playhouse, How to Succeed… and The Music Man at Glendale Centre Theatre. Cabaret, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Side Man at Repertory East. He has performed in dinner theatre in Ohio, summer stock in Indiana and upstate New York and toured the Eastern seaboard as Scrooge in a musical version of A Christmas Carol. His cabaret act, The Dick Van Slyke Show, has played in both Los Angeles and New York City as well as Duets with Mark and Richard in New York at The Duplex and Danny’s Skylight Room.