Ten Reasons I Won’t Go Home With You
by Kelly Nichols
music/lyrics by: Bobby Cronin, Jason Purdy, Andrew Byrne, Blake Hackler, Steven Silverstein, Phillip Chernyak
premiered at the Midtown International Theatre Festival in NYC in July 2010
produced by Phil Newsom

Winner of Best Score at Midtown International Theatre Festival
*** Nominated for excellence in Producing Award at MITF

Small-town girl Katie is a funny, smart, single actress, looking for a new leading man in the big city. The men she meets remind her that you kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince. Scratch that. You kiss a lot of frogs…You might find your prince. Original songs by seven composers/lyricists, this bright new musical follows Katie as she leaps and bounds (and rebounds) her way through the weirdos, heroes, egos, and quite possibly the biggest obstacle: herself.

Praise for Ten Reasons I Won’t Go Home With You:
nytheatre.com: “There are at least ten reasons to check out Ten Reasons Why I Won’t Go Home With You, the charming little musical that I saw today at the Midtown International Theatre Festival, and which completely surprised me, not because of the quality of the production (it is a bare bones festival offering) but because of the heart behind it and the potential for it to become a successful commercial offering.”