Hi everyone. If you are in North Carolina or have an interest in Jack the Ripper or in musicals, you might like to come and see my musical "Jack--The Musical" in Charlotte in September. If you follow the URL linked to the title above, you can hear samples of the music from our show. The website also has the complete prices and other information for the weekend.
It will be great to see the U.S. premiere of my musical as well as to hear the talks by Dan Norder, Stan Russo, Joe Chetcuti, and Dr. Jim Bailey on various aspects of the case.
Here is the full Ripper Weekend Schedule:
Friday, September 16, 2005 (Dunhill Hotel)
6:00 PM Reception, Dinner, & Champaign Toast
7:00 PM Introductions by the conference producers James Vita and Dr. Elizabeth Peterson-Vita
7:30 PM Keynote Speech by Stan Russo
9:30 PM Introduction by Joe Chetcuti followed by a panel discussion led by Christopher T. George and Joe Chetcuti on "The Nefarious Career of Dr. Francis J. Tumblety"
Saturday, September 17, 2005 (Booth Playhouse)
Buffet breakfast items, snacks, and beverages will be provided up until House Open of "Miller's Court"
9:00 AM Dr. James Bailey on "The Art of Profiling an Historical Case"
10:00 AM Christopher T. George and James Jeffrey Paul on "The Drama of the Ripper"
11:00 AM Dan Norder on "The Many Myths of Mary Kelly"
12:00 Noon Buffet lunch at the Booth Playhouse
1:30 PM Stan Russo on "Who Was Jack the Ripper?"
3:00 PM Matinee Performance of "Miller’s Court" by James Jeffrey Paul
5:00 PM Talk-back session with the playwright James Jeffrey Paul and the actors of "Miller’s Court"
5:30 PM Dinner (On Your Own in Charlotte, NC)
8:00 PM Evening Performance of "Jack – The Musical" by Erik Sitbon and Christopher T. George
Sunday, September 18, 2005 (Dunhill Hotel)
9:00 AM Breakfast
10:30 AM Panel Discussion with Christopher T. George, Dr. James Bailey, Dan Norder and Stan Russo "The Mind of a Serial Killer"
11:30 AM Closing Remarks
12:00 Noon Hotel Checkout Time
2:00 PM Matinee Performance of "Jack – The Musical" by Erik Sitbon and Christopher T. George (Booth Playhouse)
All my best