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Written and directed by New York Times best selling author, Chet Holmes and starring True Blood's Lindsey Haun. An emotionally riveting musical, EMILY'S SONG focuses on Emily, whose mother dies in childbirth leaving her father, Charlie, to raise her on his own. By ten years old, she is a musical prodigy, outplaying her musician father on the piano and helping him earn a living by writing better material. The father’s best writing however comes when he decides to write “Emily’s Song,” a song for his daughter, a song that teaches her to “dream her dreams” and go after what she should have in life. Tragedy strikes again when Charlie goes on a business trip and mysteriously disappears leaving Emily isolated and alone. As years pass, Emily's emotional grief fuels her talent as a fast rising singer/songwriter, setting the world on fire with her soul-filled style. But just as fame finds her, will true love elude her as her fear of loss keeps her from falling in love with a man who may truly be the one?
Interview "Quotes" from Patrons:
“I was so moved, I actually had to wipe tears from my face. And I don’t cry, ever. It was a really joyous ending.” - Gerald, 68
“After watching the trailer, I knew it was going to be good, but I never thought it would be that good. I was blown away.” - Stephanie, 36
“I loved wicked, but this is ten times better than Wicked, which was my favorite play until this.” - Ali, 16
“Outstanding. My wife and I flew in from Arizona because I’ve heard of the author, and knew he has high standards, but this blew me away. My wife was moved to tears as well.” - Marty, 45
“This is my second time and I’m begging my mother to go again. The music was fantastic and the story was amazing!” - Nicole, 13