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Gorgonzola Sweeps Awards at Hurley’s After Party Ceremony

On January 18th 2016, Theatre Now New York presented its Third Annual festival of new musicals, SOUND BITES 3.0 to a sold-out house at the 47th Street Theatre. 

An after-party, sponsored by MTI, was held after at Hurley's Saloon in the theatre district where awards were given. SOUND BITES showcases ten 10-minute musicals or musical excerpts in one evening. 

At SOUND BITES 3.0, Gorgonzola took home five awards including:





Nolan Livesay 



Gregory Bonsignore



Patti Perkins



Cory Conley

Gregory Bonsignore and GORGONZOLA go home with BEST MUSICAL, BEST MUSIC, BEST LYRICS, BEST ACTRESS & BEST ACTOR, the most awards given to one show at Sound Bites to date. 

(l. to r. Stephen Bishop Seely, with Gregory Bonsignore)
photo credit: Emily Briggs
Also Awarded


Jonathan S. Cerullo for Fictitious



A Cappella Love


Haley Clair and Deanna Giuliettiaccept the AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD for A Cappella Love(music by Nelson Kole, lyrics byMark Browning Milner, book byMark Browning MilnerLorrie Kole and Nelson Kole)

photo credit: Emily Briggs
The ten finalists, listed in alphabetical order, featured at this year's Sound Bites were…
A Cappella Love

A Cappella Love (music by Nelson Kole, lyrics by Mark Browning Milner, and book by Mark Browning Milner, Lorrie Kole, and Nelson Kole) Directed/ Choreographed by Myrona DeLaney Go to the A Cappella Love show page

Baked Goods

Baked Goods (music by Helen Park, lyrics by Christyn Budzyna, and book by Charles Cohen) Directed by Tom Frascatore Go to the Baked Goods show page

Burning Up

Burning Up (music by Rick Bassett, lyrics by Pamela Weiler Grayson, and book by Pamela Weiler Grayson and Rick Bassett) Directed by Alice Jankell Go to the Burning Up show page


Fictitious (music, lyrics, and book by Paul Cozby and Tom Hyndman) Directed/ Choreographed by Jonathan S. Cerullo Go to the Fictitious show Page


Gorgonzola (music by Nolan Livesay, book and lyrics by Gregory Bonsignore) Directed by Gregory Bonsignore Go to the Gorgonzola show page

Hipster Sister

The Hipster Sister (music, lyrics, and book by Andy Roninson) Directed by Andrew Garret Karl Go to The Hipster Sister show page


Houdin (book, music, and lyrics by Marcus Pelegrin, additional material by Gio Dormero) Directed by Matt ZanFagna Go to the Houdin show page

On Your Mark!

On Your Mark! (music by Aaron Kenny, book and lyrics by Danny K. Bernstein) Directed by Juliana Kleist-Mendez

Go to the On Your Mark show page

Too Much Coffee Man Opera

Too Much Coffee Man Opera (music by Daniel Steven Crafts, book by Shannon Wheeler) Directed by Daniel Steven Crafts Go to the Too Much Coffee Man Opera show page

We Have Apples

We Have Apples (music, lyrics, and book by Rachel Ford Griffin) Directed by Branden Huldeen Griffin Go to the We Have Apples show page

graphic design by Lauren Draper / illustrations by Carlos Zamora

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