Eric’s new play “26 Pebbles” will have a private industry reading at the Playwrights Horizon studios, Friday December 13th, 2013.
The reading will be held on the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Tragedy. The reading cast is comprised of Ann Arvia, Ruth Gottschall, Mark Hardy, Dena Kology, Mamie Parris and Greg Roderick. Danny Lindgren will be featured on guitar
The Hartford Courant recently interviewed Eric about his play and the process in creating it:
“The ’91 production went on to Broadway, and in a better world, this one would, too. But “The Most Happy Fella” — and this “Most Happy Fella” in particular is musical theater by, for and about grown-ups; there’s little room for that on Broadway these days.” -The New York Times
“The singing here is excellent. The quartet of Herman, Jake, Clem and Al (Kevin Vortmann, Danny Lindgren, Noah Aberlin and Eric Ulloa) delights with “Standing on the Corner.” – Broadwayworld
“From one moment to the next, the surprises keep on coming. The recognizable and tuneful “Standing on the Corner” is harmoniously sung by Vortmann, Aberlin, Lindgren and Ulloa- all of whom are not only wonderful singers, but exquisitely athletic dancers.” – The Examiner
Enjoy a look at Eric in Goodspeed Opera House’s revival of The Most Happy Fella.
Playing now through December 1st!
Eric is very excited to have a new bi-weekly blog on Broadwayworld.com.
This blog will be chronicling the rehearsals, performances and backstage/offstage life of the cast of The Most Happy Fella at The Goodspeed Opera House.
Be sure to catch it on Wednesdays and Fridays through December 8th!
Eric is developing his new play, derived from real interviews, about the tragedy that shook the community of Newtown, Connecticut.
On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary school and killed 26 innocent souls before taking his own life. These 26 innocent deaths, like pebbles thrown into a pond, created ripples and vibrations that were felt far beyond the initial rings. This is the story of those vibrations.