WILLIAM and the TRADESMEN returns to New York, April 28th - May 1st at the Drilling Company Theater, 78th and Broadway!
It will be presented for four performances by Project: Theater, and will be directed by Craig Wroe.
Grab your tickets here!
"British punk and post-punk-o-philes get the night they’ve been dreaming of when rock icons Morrissey, Paul Weller, and Joe Strummer grace the stage in William and the Tradesmen, a one-man rock musical written by and starring Eli James.
Author and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson alum James brings the biggest cult heroes of British rock to life through the eyes of Will Bray, a New York songwriter determined to save his simpering music career from oblivion. With a crucial deadline approaching, he convinces the lead singers from The Smiths, The Clash and The Jam to cram twenty years of rock star experience into four weeks of total panic. James performs all the characters as well as the show's many original songs. Running time is approximately 65 minutes."Review in nytheatre.com