Past Productions

Little Women – 2017

  • Music by Jason Howland
  • Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
  • Book by Allan Knee
  • Based on the book by Louisa May Alcott
  • The story of Jo March and her journey to becoming a great writer. This is the timeless story of love and family.

Les Miserables – 2015

  • Book by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Shönberg
  • Music by Claude-Michel Shönberg
  • Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer
  • The story of a good man who goes to jail for stealing a loaf of bread; a story of broken dream, passion and redemption.

Songs for a new World – 2007

  • Off-Broadway Version 1995
  • Words and Music by Stephen Sondheim
  • A contemporary song cycle with many characters; performed by two women and two men written by Jason Robert Brown. Directed by Brendan Bailey was performed under the BIG Top at Le Parc Du Moulin in Clarence-Rockland from July 19 to 28, 2007.
  • Youth Parade Marches On Broadway – Summer Camp Revue – 2007ASNY introduced its first summer camp that was conducted over the weekends and culminated by ASNY’s own creation of the Youth Parade Marches On Broadway, also performed under the Big Top.

Putting It Together – 2006

  • 1999 Broadway Version
  • Words and Music by Stephen Sondheim
  • Putting It Together is a funny yet poignant story that involves some of Sondheim’s most celebrated songs.  Many of the classic Sondheim songs are presented in an entirely different context from what they were written, so the show is a “review” of the composer’s work.  His works include West Side Story; Gypsy; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; Follies; Sweeney Todd and so much more.Putting It Together revolves around 5 characters: a married couple celebrating their anniversary; a lonely woman searching for her one true love; a self-involved man who wants nothing but a good time; and a man who wants nothing more than to please everyone else.It starts as the guests arrive at the couple’s penthouse for their wedding anniversary party.  Things develop as the guest and the hosts start to drink and loose inhibition.  They slowly come to realize that nothing is what it seems and no one really is who they appear to be.