About Boiler Room Girls
Boiler Room Girls is an audacious new musical by Kevin Archambault and Cheryl B. Engelhardt. The musical takes a close look at a historic incident in the late 1960's; the politics, relationships, and the events leading up to it. This mystery-meets-social-commentary examines the humanity behind ambition, privilege, and competition. Watch as events unfold that cause six women to form an unbreakable bond of silence, and how they find their true source of power. Watch the announcement video to the right.
Join The Journey
Book by Kevin Archambault
Kevin is a director/choreographer out of NYC (by way of Denver, Austin, and around the world) who has spent the last 30+ years creating.
A graduate of St. Edward’s University with a degree in theatre, Kevin spent years on the road as an actor/dancer/singer, and now calls the Hudson Valley home. He is currently the Assistant Artistic & Managing Director at The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck and is an adjunct professor at Suny Dutchess.
Music & Lyrics by Cheryl B. Engelhardt
Cheryl is a composer and singer/songwriter with dozens of film and ad scores, 4 piano-pop albums, 20 tours, and 40+ TV placements under her belt. You can dig into her music projects at CBEmusic.com. She supports musicians in crafting their ideal careers through resources on her site, In The Key Of Success.
Cheryl received a degree in Biology and in Music from Cornell University, studied orchestration at Juilliard, then began her job journey in a hip hop recording studio in NYC before transitioning to career a film, commercial, choral and theater composer.
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Listen to the live Interview & Performance from 9/17/19
Writer and Director Kevin Archambault and Composer/Lyricist Cheryl B. Engelhardt will be discussing the opening of Boiler Room Girls. Kiah Saxe (playing Mary Jo) and Wendell Scherer (playing Bobby Kennedy) and Cheryl will perform a song from the show entitled "I'll Take You To The Light".
Publication: Hudson Valley Ovation
A Kennedy Myth & Mystery, Through The Eyes of The Women In The Eye Of The Storm
“Boiler Room Girls.”
The nickname was not hard to come by. The windowless work area in the basement of Senator Robert Kennedy’s Washington, DC campaign offices did, indeed, double as the building’s boiler room. And the “girls” to whom it referred? Well, in 1968, it was equally inevitable, despite the fact that every one of them was in their twenties.
Contribute To Boiler Room Girls
The road to Broadway is a long and expensive one, but one we at Boiler Room Girls truly believe is our destination. With your contributions, you can help us get there, and be part of an unimaginable creative and exciting journey.
Your contributions will go to hiring necessary personnel including fact-checkers, set-builders, musicians, publicists, designers, editors, and more! We will also be using your generous contributions to secure theater spaces, cover material and costume costs, and print programs and promotional materials.
The numbers below are mere suggestions, you can contribute any amount that works for you. Boiler Room Girls is operating under the umbrella company CBE Music LLC. Your purchase is secure, and you'll be receiving email updates as we go!
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By being Senator for Boiler Room Girls, you are entitled to first tickets, first looks at media, meet-and-greets, VIP access, private meetings with the writers, and many virtual hugs from the cast and writers. You will also be listed in the program as a fiscal producer.
Boiler Room Girls Workshop Performance
Talk back with cast and writers after the show!
Boiler Room Girls Workshop Performance
Talk back with the cast and writers after the performance!
Boiler Room Girls Workshop Performance - OPENING NIGHT & Fundraiser
Boiler Room Girls finally opens in Rhinebeck's Center for Performing Arts. Come be part of the journey, the mystery, and the bond. Talk-back with audience afterwards!
Boiler Room Girls - AUDITIONS
Seeking: 8 women, 6 men - strong actors & singers, ages 18 to 55. All ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
Prepare this song from the show: (a 30-second excerpt is great!) at this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/10oxmj96fELvTBZ1_suFXKoaOtnpW9vM2?usp=sharing
Questions: Contact director Kevin Archambault at firstname.lastname@example.org
Callbacks will be the next day, Monday August 12th at 7pm.