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Created by Bobby Cronin (TYA)
Pre-teen Magnolia Donovan "sees things", much to the dismay of her father Leo. Along with her Nana, Magnolia & Leo head to an old inn in Vermont for a get away. There they encounter two families who have been chosen by world renowned psychic-medium Skylar Quinn to get specialized on-site training. After Nana convinces Skylar to let Magnolia join, the psychic kids develop their skills while helping a separated ghost family lost in the afterlife. To face her demons, Magnolia must believe in herself to exorcise the Shadow Man and save the ghost family.
Written by Crystal Skillman
Music by Bobby Cronin
Heroes aren’t born, they’re made. This is the epic tale of Jack Kirby, the most famous cartoonist you never heard of: Born in the Lower East Side slums, veteran of the battlefields of France, co-creator of CAPTAIN AMERICA, THE AVENGERS, THE X-MEN, Kirby had his biggest fight after his comic books became an international sensation: He had to fight for his name, and the recognition he was denied. An audio version of the New York Times Critics’ Pick play by award-winning Crystal Skillman and Fred Van Lente, starring the original New York cast of Steven Rattazzi, Amy Lee Pearsall, Nat Cassidy, Joseph Mathers and Timothy McCown Reynolds.
Created by Bobby Cronin and Crystal Skillman
Through the wide eyes of Tina, a twelve year old tortoise and animal astronaut, we are brought on a journey that is from the point of view of the critters themselves exploring the universe.
After being captured by NASA to be used to test their new space program, Tina discovers that the animal kingdom is already at work on trying to reach extraterrestrial critters who they believe have the keys to finding a new, habitable planet.
Each episode finds Tina torn between her mission to find a new home for animalkind, and the missions in space she and the Critters pursue trying to make peace between all the different animal aliens.
Tina and all her all animal crew blast off from NASA to save the galaxy in this animated musical television series.
STREETWRITE is a 30-minute movie musical about freedom of speech. Using street art as a focal point, the film examines the various ways people struggle to express themselves in situations where free speech is curtailed or suppressed. It also explores how certain kinds of expression can be repressive to individuals. Musical numbers convey these topics and the arguments that ensue are debated in a courtroom sequence. Graffiti, public murals, commercial billboards and hallway posters form the visual backdrop that exemplify these issues. The film was fully funded by the New York Film Academy with professionals working alongside 2nd -year musical theatre students. STREETWRITE was written and directed by Blanche Baker, an Emmy Award winning actress and Senior Faculty member of the New York Film Academy, and filmed by Piero Basso, an award winning Director of Photography.
Directed by Mark Olsen
Screenplay by Melanie Oram
Original Score & Songs by
Lyrics by Mark Olsen & Bobby Cronin
A small but inventive start up company named Big Apple Orchard has developed a program using facial recognition software that they hope can help find missing children and aid in the fight against human trafficking.
WINNING NEW YORK
Directed by Stephane Nachamie; Screenplay by Christine Toy Johnson; Score & Songs by Bobby Cronin; Lyrics by Christine Toy Johnson; Additional Lyrics by Bobby Cronin
WINNING NEW YORK
Produced by the New York Film Academy - 2015
WINNING NEW YORK is a movie musical about six gamers who try to capture the ultimate prize in a virtual competition, by making their real life dreams come true in the greatest city in the world.
John Walton & West Simon Pearl
MUSIC FOR "TINY HANDS"
by Bobby Cronin
The Birds and The BS is the kids show for adults! Because we forgot everything we learned in kindergarten. Join Mr. Jordan and his especially animated friends as they sing you towards the right path…but you know, left.
On This Episode:
Poor Burt is embarrassed to leave the house without mittens covering his tiny hands since everyone’s making fun of President Trump for his. Mr. Jordan and his guest Licensed Size Queen Billy Porter explain that they’re not making fun of Trump’s hands, but rather his…something else. But we grown-ups shouldn’t make fun of tiny anythings, we should make fun of the giant bad things people do. It’s perfectly fine to have a small D!
THE BIRDS AND THE BS
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