a place where shadows, once cast, never disappear...
"Trouble in Shameland" is a fearless display of color, costume and collaboration, carefully layered to bring depth and supremacy back to the stage. It's an artistic triumph and theatrical masterpiece, largely due to the efforts of playwright and composer Bryan Putnam."
-Daniel Burke - ENCORE magazine
BSU DISCOVERY FEST
Zack Simcoe (holding pencil) and Paul Teal in the World Premiere of Trouble in Shameland at Thalian Hall.
FringeNYC Cast at The Actor's Playhouse in the West Village. Katie Hale & Christopher Michael McLamb as Kueen's Henchmen, and William Day as Pete the Platypus
Richard Rodgers Musical Theatre Competition
DEVELOPMENTAL READING SERIES
LIMITED OFF-BROADWAY RUN
STAGED READING AT BSU
"...a polished evening of musical theatre." – Daniel Burke
Artist Michael Carson puts his life into perspective while living vicariously through the skewed perspectives and whimsically wicked characters in his popular graphic novel SHAMELAND. A story of overcoming tremendous odds when it comes to abandonment and survivor's guilt, SHAMELAND is sure to tug at the very core of your humanity.