By Jonathan Larson
Directed by Cynthia Levin
The Levin Stage

June 16 – July 16, 2006

Its the week of Jon’s 30th birthday. His girlfriend wants to get married and move out of the city. TICK… His best friend has bought a BMW and is moving uptown. TICK… And John is waiting tables and trying to write the great American musical. BOOM! Around 1990, when Jonathan Larson was thirty, he wrote a one-man autobiographical musical, originally known as 30/90 (taken from the year and his age at the time). Tick, Tick… Boom! was produced Off-Broadway at the Jane Street Theatre in 2001 which was the first full staging of the show, rearranged to accommodate three performers instead of one. David Auburn (the Pulitzer-winning playwright of PROOF) came on board as a “script consultant” essentially as an editor, since all the material is Larson’s. This dynamic musical explores what it means to face a crossroads in life and still hold onto your dreams.


Jon | John-Michael Zuerlein*
Michael | Tim Scott*
Susan | Sarah Crawford*

Percussion | Julian Goff
Keyboards | Daniel Doss
Bass | Ry Kincaid
Guitar | Jon Lenati


Director | Cynthia Levin
Musical Director | Anthony T. Edwards
Stage Manager | Tara Kannall*
Scenic Designer | Gary Mosby

Lighting Designer | Jeffrey Cady*
Sound Designer | Genevieve-Marie C. Nicolas
Costume Designer | Jon Fulton Adams

Properties Designer | Justin M. Shaw
Production Assistant | Sarah Cooper
Sound Technician | Laura Lange
Construction | Glenn Lewis