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Book & Lyrics by Danielle Trzcinski
Book & Music by Jonathon Lynch

Musical Theatre



"SLAM!" is a dynamic musical exploring the world of graffiti through the eyes of Geo and Daisy, two passionate artists with contrasting styles. As they compete for the same wall space, their clash of egos escalates into a musical battle. However, a surprising twist leads them to collaborate, transcending their differences and celebrating the transformative power of art. Through vibrant performances and a powerful duet, "SLAM!" celebrates individual expression, artistic collaboration, and the ability of art to convey meaningful messages to the world.


Cast Size

2 (1m, 1f)


10 Min.


Down the Street.




Individual Expression, Collaboration, Art as a Form of Communication, Positive Messaging, Identity and Self-Discovery, Urban Culture and Street Art.

Target Audience

Appropriate for all audiences


Musical Theater, Pop, and Hip Hop



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Casting Information

  • DAISY: A graffiti artist in her 20s, tough on the outside, hippie at heart.

  • GEO: 20s. A graffiti artist in his 20s.


The The Train
00:00 / 03:35
00:00 / 05:08
Message To The World
00:00 / 03:58
00:00 / 00:00
Casting & Songs


Production History

SLAM! premiered at Broadway’s Future Songbook Series at Lincoln Center, NYC, on November 25th, 2013.


GEO: Eric Ankrim 

DAISY: Brittany Coleman

SLAM! was also a finalist at Theatre Now New York's Soundbites Performance January 22, 2014.


GEO: Eric Ankrim 

DAISY: Brittany Coleman

SLAM! had a workshop presentation at New York Theatre Barn's New Works Series at The Cell April 28, 2014.


GEO: David Marmanillo 

DAISY: Brandi Knox

Production History
Author's Bios

Author Bios

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DANIELLE TRZCINSKI gained attention with her first musical "Non-Equity The Musical!" which was voted top 10 shows in the New York City International Fringe Festival and is now a cult classic for musical theater nerds - (Cast Album on Spotify and Apple Music). Since then, Danielle has written several shows and songs that have been performed Off Broadway, on National Tours, NYC's Lincoln Center, and around the globe. Her most recent project is a girls night out musical comedy titled- Little Black Dress The Musical which she wrote, produced, and starred in. In its first year on tour, Little Black Dress The Musical played 26 US cities til March of 2020. Other writing projects Danielle has worked on include New York Times Best Selling Author Sheryl Berk's "Dance Divas Nutcracker Ballet" which she co-wrote with YouTube Sensation Ms. Rachel and was Off Broadway on Theatre Row. Her dark comedy "The Bridge Play" was one of the 6 plays selected Off- Broadway as part of the SummerShortsNYC series along with playwrights Neil LaBute, Nick Payne, and Share White. The Bridge Play was also one of two plays selected (with Tony Award winner David Auburn Proof ) as part of Westport Connecticut's "Play with Your Food" series. In 2021, Danielle directed The Bridge Play at The Arts Garage in South Florida as part of a suicide awareness and prevention series. Danielle returned to the Arts Garage to direct the world premiere of her Christmas Comedy- "Family Tree"(Broadway World Nominee for Best New Play and Best Direction). As a performer Danielle has been all over the world having been a part of 6 different touring shows including Nickelodeon and Spank! The Fifty Shades of Grey Parody- for which she wrote one of the songs "Please Don't Spank My Butt". Danielle has now relocated from NYC to St. Petersburg Florida where she directs, teaches, and performs musical improv.

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JONATHON LYNCH wrote The Baroque Cycle (best score nominee & best singer winner, Winterfest NY), and The Turing Test (Gallery Players), and composed The Carousel of Inevitability and Certain Foreboding (fellowship winner, NYPL Performing Arts Library), Again and Again and Again (development award winner, Unsung Musicals Co), Time Travel Makes Complete Sense & RansomWHERE?! (Lincoln Center), and Slam! (TheatreNow NY). He's also the composer of NewB (award- winning web series), Elimination (video game), and Canta! Songs for Learning Spanish (album). His podcast, Bite-Sized Broadway, which won multiple awards in its inaugural season, showcases mini-musicals of new musical writers. He also music directed Micro- face (NPR), assistant music directed Finding Neverland (pre-Broadway workshop); music directed, dance arranged, and was on-stage trumpeter of The City Club (Minetta Lane); and music directed & arranged Giant Hoax (Theatre Row). A BMI Workshop & Northwestern Alum, he's a music director at AMDA & 92NY. For more information go to

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