What do you get when you mix nine neurotic people from
seven different religions with twenty bottles of wine and
a few Hebrew prayers no one can actually read?

Guess Who’s Coming To Seder? is the hilarious and heart-warming story of Sarah Friedman, who decides to hold her first Passover Seder dinner for eight of her friends: none of whom are Jewish. As the Seder progresses and the wine flows, nine neurotic people from seven different religions reveal funny, poignant and unexpected confessions as they struggle with personal truths and conflicts about love, faith and the pursuit of freedom…and by the end of the show, no one remains the same. The contemporary score features 14 original songs and covers the spectrum of theater, pop, rock and R&B.

It's simply about finding the courage and freedom to follow your dreams...no matter how big...or how small.

                                                   OUR MOST RECENT PRODUCTION.....
                                           RECEIVED STANDING OVATIONS EACH NIGHT!!

Guess What’s Coming Productions, LLC was proud to present Nashville’s first full production of
Guess Who’s Coming To Seder? A Delicious New Musical 
c2011  All Rights Reserved
at The Gordon Jewish Community Center
801 Percy Warner Blvd, Nashville, TN 37205

MARCH 28  7:30pm   /   MARCH 30  7:30pm   /   MARCH 31  3:30pm

                                              Book, music, lyrics by Randi Michaels Block  
                                                     Directed by Randi Michaels Block

                                                       Music direction by Dan Serafini

                                                          The All-Star Cast Featured:
    Lari White
   Michael Visconti
     Joshua Payne
    Charlynn Carter
    David Williams

Francine Berk Sandy Flavin Tatum Harvey Jonathan Scott Roth

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The first staged readings of “Guess Who’s Coming To Seder? A Delicious New Musical”, were held in August 2011 at The Darkhorse Theatre in Nashville to standing room only audiences with standing ovations. In March 2012, it had its New York City debut in an off Broadway staged reading at The 
York Theatre, which also received a standing ovation.  In May 2012, it had a small non-Equity workshop/production at The Tulsa Project Theater in Oklahoma. All performances were directed by Ted Swindley, director and creator of the hit musical, “Always...Patsy Cline”.  The most recent performances held in Nashville at The Gordon Jewish Community Center in March 2013, were directed and co-produced by Ms. Block.

Randi Michaels Block, who wrote the book, music and lyrics to “Guess Who’s Coming To Seder? A Delicious New Musical” earned the nomination as a finalist for the prestigious 2010 Fred Ebb Award.  Her first show “Secrets Of Songwriting”, also an original musical, is based on her personal story about a songwriter who moves from NYC to Nashville. This show has had workshops at The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Festival in 2008 and 2009, and three off Broadway staged readings at Ripley Grier Studios in NYC 2009. 

Ms. Block has extensive experience in composing, performing, and producing and has recorded and/or toured internationally as a backup vocalist with several artists including Gloria Estefan, The Mavericks, Buster Poindexter, Engelbert Humperdink, Roger Daltry and many others. In 1992, Randi moved from New York City to Nashville and was signed to exclusive songwriting publishing deals with Bug Music and Milsap-Galbraith Music.  Many of her songs have been recorded by established artists in the US, Europe and Canada.  She has been a pro-writer, guest speaker, teacher and mentor for The Nashville Songwriter's Association International (NSAI) in Nashville, Los Angeles and Denver.  In 2006, 2007 and 2008 she was the Tin Pan South Show Producer and Booking Manager for NSAI in addition to booking all of the talent for Nashville’s “Words and Music” show on Channel 5+.   In 2009, she became the Talent Supervisor for the PBS Series “Legends and Lyrics”. She has taught voice and songwriting for Swallow Hill and The Breckenridge Education and Music Seminars in Colorado and currently lives, writes and teaches in East Nashville.  


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