The Inheritance Concert: Love, Drugs & Southern Discomfort!

November 5, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
PianoForte Studios
1335 South Michigan Ave
IL 60605
The Inheritance Concert: Love, Drugs & Southern Discomfort! @ PianoForte Studios

The Inheritance weaves an unforgettable tale of a prodigal daughter’s tumultuous reunion with her past as she concedes to the dying wish of the family’s matriarch. Love, Drugs & Southern Discomfort, served up Piping Hot!

Monica L. Patton
Book Writer/Lyricist

Currently performing in the Broadway National Tour of The Book of Mormon, Monica is the author of the steamy, psychological thriller–Beautiful Carnage. She has worked with such notables as Jesse Norman, Diahann Carroll, and Freda Payne. She covered Eartha Kitt as the Fairy Godmother in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s’ Cinderella and sang opposite Jon Secada as the Narrator in the National Tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Her other credits include; Broadway: Finian’s Rainbow, Abby’s Song, and Ragtime. Off-Broadway: Little Ham. National Tours: Disney’s The Lion King, Annie 30th Anniversary; City Center Encores: On The Town, Pipe Dream, Fanny, Anyone Can Whistle, Purlie, Finian’s Rainbow and Applause. When Monica is not writing or performing, one can find her perched on a stool having a craft cocktail.

Bobby Daye

You can catch Bobby onstage across America in Disney’s Aladdin. His career has crossed into stage, film, tv, and radio. His Broadway credits include: After Midnight, Shrek the Musical, The Color Purple, The Lion King, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Dreamgirls and The Wiz. He is also a recipient of an Outstanding Individual Performance Award for his work in the 2010 NYMF production of The Great Unknown. As a songwriter, he penned the theme song to the ABC-TV soap Loving, which was performed by Johnny Mathis. He was a 9-time male vocalist winner on Ed McMahon’s Star Search and has appeared on television in Law and Order and ED (among others).

Monica L. Patton–Book
Bobby Daye–Music
Sonita Surratt–Director
Mahmoud Kahn–Music Director