New York City
Bourbon on Broadway is a cabaret-styled, one-hour, satirical romp about a group of early Americans who overcome adversity while inadvertently inventing Bourbon and becoming accidental pioneers on the road to social justice. The lively narrative unfolds through the character’s songs, which each have a different style, nodding to great moments in musical theater and pop culture. Writer Suzan Fiering has created four lovable characters: Elijah Craig, a white Northern Baptist abolitionist preacher; Frances Craig, a transplanted Connecticut housewife; William Craig, an educated enslaved person; and Cousin Cornelius Craig, a cross-dressing fashionista. Created by Suzahn Fiering, a critically acclaimed touring artist, guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and award-winning educator. She was presented with the “Honored Friend Award” by Sir Paul McCartney at the Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts.