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A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet
A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet Tickets

A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet Tickets

New York
17 Sep 2021 - 21 Nov 2021
93 Reviews on Show-Score

A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet Information

This show has closed.

Two nobodies dream of writing one hit song for everybody, but their day job composing jingles for commercials isn't the big break they hoped. That is, until they're plucked from obscurity by a world-famous pop star named Regina Comet (if destiny had a child, it would be her) and she wants them to create an anthem for her supernova pipes... and her new perfume. They're so close to the big-time they can smell it, but following your passion doesn't always lead where you expect. Making a hit song can be a shit-show.

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Opening date

September 17th, 2021

Closing date

November 21st, 2021


Closing Soon, Musical

Previews from

September 17th, 2021


Everything you want the first new musical premiering in NYC to be: whip-smart and stupid funny, packed with songs as catchy as a jingle, and only 80 minutes (half a Wicked) long.

Cast and creative

By: Alex Wyse & Ben Fankhauser (Book/Music/Lyrics)
Director: Marshall Pailet
Producer: Cody Lassen
Cast list: Ben Fankhauser, Bryonha Marie Parham, Alex Wyse
Design: Wilson Chin
Lighting: Aja M. Jackson
Costume: Sarita Fellows
Choreography: Stephanie Klemons
Sound: Twi McCallum

Our review

Ben Fankhauser, Bryohna Marie Parham & Alex Wyse in A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet (photo by Matthew Murphy)

There is a tantalising, but all-too-brief moment in A Commercial Jingle For Regina Comet when the influence of another musical master can be felt. The number is "Connecting the Dots," and it's about writing a song. It most strongly echoes "Color and Light," Stephen Sondheim's painfully precise distillation of the artistic process from Sunday in the Park with George, though with a bit of "Opening Doors" mixed in as well: Connecting the dots Going note by note We're crossing out line after line...