"SING IN THE SHOWER"
At a singing audition, the singer begs to play CD
accompaniment of water sounds because
(like so many of us) she can only sing in the shower.
"OPERA FOR DINNER"
A father sings opera as he prepares dinner for the family. Mom and dad
are swept up in the memory of their honeymoon in Italy,
ignoring the protests of their kids who just want to eat dinner.
A tribute to all who have given their lives so
that we may continue to sing.
"TURN UP THE RADIO"
A teenage girl turns up the music in her bedroom to drown out her
mother's nagging and, instead of doing her homework,
sings into her hairbrush, and dreams of being a pop star.
" MAGIC DRAGONS"
A new young father improvises a bedtime story for his baby.
He riles the baby up even further and gets carried away himself.
"GO TO SLEEP"
Mother returns home and together they sing their baby to sleep.
"AULD LANG SYNE/FINALE"
Melodies from earlier in the show come together in a retrospective emotional climax supported by the familiar refrain of Auld Lang Syne.
A street performer sings an acoustic rock ballad about the
desire to sing in "Human Refrain".
A caveman realizes the power of his own voice fends off a wild
beast by imitating his roar.
Songs that we sing to our children echo as, on the eve of their
daughter’s wedding, a husband and wife reflect on how quickly
their daughter has grown up.
The story of a girl who has devoted her whole
life to the art of singing.
"BIG APPLE BLUES"
After a series of rejections, the tired aspiring singer submits herself to the blues and tries to escape her dismal life by hiding under the covers.
The girl finally lands her first professional singing “job” as a singing
waitress at The Stardust Diner.
Three months later, the glow of being a singing waitress has worn off and the girl has become jaded.
"GOING ALL THE WAY TO BROADWAY"
A singing waitress is discovered by a producer, just as she is about
to throw in the towel.