Crossover: A New Pop Musical
Chelsea Cylinder and Danielle Moore
October 1-October 3
CROSSOVER is back and better than ever, and this time, it has been filmed LIVE!
Meet Crossover, the newest singing competition to hit the airwaves with a streaming-era twist: the competing artists must prove that they’re adept at both writing and performing across different genres in order to claim the title of Crossover Champion. When four women tie in the regional competition, they reluctantly opt to compete on the national broadcast as a group: Four-Way Tie. As they navigate the ups and downs of sudden fame, they learn more about themselves and each other than they ever thought possible. CROSSOVER’s megamix-style score, featuring influences from dance pop, country, R&B, and rap, reinforces the show’s message: love between women, romantic or otherwise, is something to sing about.
CROSSOVER first premiered completely virtually as part of last year’s Fringe Festival. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback, the musical was picked up by a New York festival and transferred to New York City in December. Now, the production team is thrilled to bring it back to Fringe this year. CROSSOVER has been totally revamped, and its new components create an exciting cinematic experience that you don’t want to miss. The filmed stage musical will be screened at a live, outdoor rooftop movie night, complete with refreshments and a surprise interactive component. The show will also stream digitally for those who are unable to make it in-person.
CROSSOVER: A New Pop Musical has an original book and score written by Danielle E. Moore and is directed by Amanda Pasquini. The show is produced by Chelsea Cylinder and Danielle E. Moore. It is presented by Green Light Group Productions in partnership with the William Way Community Center and Friends Select School.
Friends Select School
Saturday, October 2nd at 8:00pm (Outdoor Rooftop Screening)
Sunday, October 3rd at 2:00pm (Indoor Theater Screening)
Friday, October 1st at 8:00pm (Livestream)
Saturday, October 2nd at 8:00pm (Livestream)
Sunday, October 3rd at 2:00pm (Livestream)
Health and Safety
Proof of vaccination is required to attend this event. For the safety of audiences, artists, staff, and our greater community, you must be fully vaccinated to attend this event. Fully vaccinated means two weeks after your second dose. You will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include: a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone. Please plan accordingly.
Masks must also be worn for the duration of the performance.
Taylor J Mitchell (as Regina Carlyle)
Boris Dansberry (as Max Green)
Chelsea Cylinder (as KC Parker)
Meg Cutting (as Hallie Harper)
Angela Bey (as Lila Selleck)
Donovan Lockett (as Shea Stone)
Dylan Collie (as Jack Tyler)
Morgan Sichler (as Charli Parker)
Clayton Matthews (as Ensemble)
Samantha Ricchiuti (as Ensemble)
Manny Rimmer (as Ensemble)
Director: Amanda Pasquini
Writer: Danielle E. Moore
Co-Producer: Chelsea Cylinder
Co-Producer: Danielle E. Moore
Composer/Lyricist: Danielle E. Moore
Stage Manager: Hannah Spear
Music Director: Morgan Sichler
Assistant Music Director: Hannah Spear
Choreographer: Hannah Catanoso
Editor: Tristan Horan
Tech Coordinator: Noah Lee
Original Graphics Designer: Jeff Buterbaugh
Appropriate for Ages 13+
Mild profanity and some suggestive language
Tickets to the in-person movie screening will be sold through FringeArts’ website and at the door. A member of our team will be at the door to guide you to the rooftop space.
Tickets to the digital stream will be sold solely through the FringeArts box office. A link to the digital stream will be sent with
each ticket purchase.
Press comps are available, and Fringe Card rates will be accepted.
About the Artists
Chelsea Cylinder and Danielle Moore are long-term friends and collaborators. The two met while they were both students at the University of Pennsylvania and have been friends ever since. This is their fifth show together. Cylinder is a Philadelphia-based actress, singer, teaching artist, and producer. She has worked with Theatre Horizon, The Broadway Theatre Of Pitman, the Walnut Street Theatre, OperaDelaware, New Light Theatre, and more. This is her eighth show with the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Moore is an NYC-based writer and producer. Her musicals, which include Gatsby: A New Musical, Audrey: A New Musical, and Crossover: A New Pop Musical, have been picked up and produced all along the East Coast. Moore is also the
Executive Director of Green Light Group Productions (GLG), a production firm devoted to the creative development and production of new works across the stage, screen, and new media. Cylinder is on the GLG Board and serves as a Resident Producer. Moore and Cylinder co-produced the virtual world premiere of CROSSOVER for the 2020 Philadelphia Fringe Festival. After receiving very positive feedback, they are reuniting to produce a revamped version of the musical for this year’s 2021 Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Rejoining the production team are original director Amanda Pasquini and stage manager Hannah Spear. Pasquini is a Philadelphia-based director and teacher whose credits include the Walnut Street Theatre, PAC, and Philly Women’s Theatre Festival. Pasquini and Cylinder met while teaching together five years ago, and they have been good friends ever since. The two have been collaborating on Fringe shows together for the past 3 years. Spear is currently the Artistic Associate at the Lantern Theater and has also worked with Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival, Paper Doll Ensemble, ArcheDream for Humankind, and White Box Theatre. Another alum of the University of Pennsylvania, Spear has also been friends with the group for over half a decade. The four are excited to be reuniting as a production team to work on such a fun musical.
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