Jarlath Barsanti Jacobs (Original Book and Lyrics)

Emilio Solla (Composer, 2020 Grammy Award-Winner)

Fred Mann III (Direction and Choreography)


Theatre Four
$49 + $2.50 Restoration Fee

Fire Island Presented by the CreateTheater New Works Festival

Can love lost get a second chance? Gabe and Anne almost married one summer. Years later their gay housemates have invited them to a wedding/reunion the historic day same sex marriage becomes legal. Will they show up? 



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Vaccination Requirements:

Age 5+

All patrons 5 & older must be fully vaccinated 14 days prior to their performance date. Proof of vaccination must be accompanied by a valid photo ID (valid ID for ages 5-18 do not need to include a photo).  

Once a child turns 5, they will have up to 45 days from their date of birth to be fully vaccinated. During those 45 days, they will follow requirements for the “Ages 2-4” category.

The requirement for ages 5-11 to be fully vaccinated follows New York City mandate that went into effect in January 2022.

Ages 2-4

Required to present a negative COVID-19 test: PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance, or a rapid antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance. A negative test can be presented on paper or mobile device. We do not accept self-testing or at-home kits for negative tests.

Under 2 years old

There are no test requirements for children under the age of 2.

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Masks must be worn inside the building at all times.

Original Book and Lyrics by Jarlath Barsanti Jacobs

Jarlath began as an award winning NYC advertising copywriter/jingle lyricist.  Once the theater sirens called to  her she became a  playwright, lyricist and librettist.  She has written Fire Island The Musical, as well as Miracolo The Musical and Lunch At Audrey’s (a play about Audrey Hepburn)  which has been selected by regional theaters around the country.Music by 2020 Grammy award winner Emilio Solla.Originally from Barcelona and Buenos Aires with a background in jazz tango. Emilio plays with his orchestra around the US and Europe and brings inventive rhythms and lush melodies to this score.  He also wrote(with Jarlath) the beautiful score to Miracolo The Musical, set in Italy.Direction and choreography by Fred Mann III.Fred has extensive experience in every area of the performing arts.  He began at the Joffrey Ballet and moved on to jazz and theater, becoming Bob Fosse’s lead dancer, then directing and choreographing many theatrical productions in Europe, the US and Far East.  He is also a dramaturg and educator teaching theater and dance at Alvin Ailey and other prestigious institutions around the country.


Be sure to check out all of the New Works Festival productions