A scene from Naked Angels' SeaWife.
A scene from Naked Angels' SeaWife.
(© Caitlin McNaney)

SeaWife, a new folk concert play cocreated by Seth Moore and indie-folk rock sextet the Lobbyists, will be presented by downtown theater company Naked Angels for a limited engagement from June 23-July 19. The show, which will have an official opening at South Street Seaport Museum's Melville Gallery on June 25, will be directed by Liz Carlson.

SeaWife is described as "a modern theatrical event that envelops its audience in a dark original tale marked with romance, tragedy, and spirits on the high seas," and features features an original score of folk instrumentation, performed by actor-musicians Tommy Crawford, Eloïse Eonnet, Alex Grubbs, Will Turner, Tony Vo, and Douglas Waterbury-Tieman (the Lobbyists) with Raymond Sicam III.

For a taste of the show's folk-tinged, brine-soaked music, listen to the Lobbyists' "Glory" below.

For tickets and more information, click here.