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Exciting news: the international release of Jye Bryant's new book, Writing & Staging A New Musical: A Handbook

After 65 performances across 11 international seasons (including National Theatre of Parramatta, Chicago (USA), Northwestern State University of Louisiana (USA), County Cork (IE), Belfast (UK) & Newry (UK)), Jye's musical, The Things I Could Never Tell Steven, remains a global sensation! Watch the trailer. Licensing options are now available.

The songs from Jye's musicals were recently showcased in the brand new cabaret I Won't Tell (If You Don't) - The Music of Jye Bryant at Castlereagh Boutique Hotel as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival. The stellar cast, featuring Celeste Notley-Smith, Hannah Alexander, Daniel Placido & Andrew Schwimmer, brought the songs to life in this spectacular showcase.   


Jye's musical creation, Captain Moonlite - A New Australian Musicalthe fascinating true story of Andrew George Scott (based on the Death Cell Letters of A.G. Scott) premiered at Redcliffe Musical Theatre (QLD) (21-30th August, 2020) and has just completed a second at Richmond Players (5-26th August, 2023). It is set to have its third season in 2024 at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre produced by Liverpool Performing Arts Ensemble, May 15-18, 2024! Watch the trailerExciting licensing opportunities are also available for those who wish to embark on their own theatrical journey with 'Captain Moonlite.' Don't miss the chance to be part of this extraordinary musical experience!

Jye's newest musical, Mother May's - A New Musical  premiered at UNSW MTS in October 17-21, 2023. Starring Zia Bohm (as Flora), Anna Kravtsova (as Mother May), Isobel Holland (as Lulu), Olivia Causer (as Adeline), Katherine Vu (as Mabel) and Lucy Jeong (as Bessie). Directed by Josey Tan. Orchestrated by John Tweed. Watch the trailer. Licensing is available.


Jye is also currently working on the new Australian musical, True Blue, (as seen on SBS's Our African Roots) with Maxine Appel-Cohen and Don Battee, about Jye's famous convict ancestor, Billy Blue who was born to escaped African American slaves in Long Island, New York. He ended up in England after the American War of Independence before stealing sugar and being sent to New South Wales in 1801. Stay tuned to learn more about this quirky character of colonial Sydney!

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