Red Roses, Green Gold to Present Jerry Garcia's Artwork in Theater Gallery
Garcia's songs are used in the new musical.
Red Roses, Green Gold, a new musical featuring the songs of the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter, will showcase a gallery of Garcia's artwork throughout the Minetta Lane Theatre. The gallery, presented with the Jerry Garcia Foundation, is open to all ticket holders.
Written by Michael Norman Mann and directed and choreographed by Rachel Klein, Red Roses, Green Gold features additional songs by Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Bob Weir, and Bill Kreutzmann, with musical supervision and arrangements by Jeff Chimenti.
Set in 1920s Maryland, Red Roses, Green Gold tells the fantastical and comedic tale of Jackson Jones and his family of swindlers as they gamble their way to love and riches. The company includes Brian Russell Carey, Maggie Hollinbeck, David Park, Michael McCoy Reilly, Natalie Storrs, Debbie Christine Tjong, Michael Viruet, and Scott Wakefield.
Red Roses, Green Gold is scheduled to run through March 18.