Jye Bryant

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Watch this space for updates on the Original Australian Cast Recording!
WATCH THIS SPACE... 4 new Jye Bryant musicals on their way!!!
Exciting things happening for Jye Bryant currently with his brand new book, Writing & Staging A New Musical: A Handbook, is now available for purchase here. 

Jye's musical, The Things I Could Never Tell Steven, has just finished successful seasons in County Cork, Ireland (2018), Sydney (Whimsical Productions)and Brisbane (Moreton Bay Theatre Company)(2019). It is about to open in the Belfast Pride festival at Accidental theatre, produced by Outside The Lines Theatre Company. Then followed by a season in Birmingham at Artrix Art Centre produced by Starlight Theatre UK. 

Jye's newest musical creation, CAPTAIN MOONLITE, is on it's way! Watch this space for performance details! 
Jye's brand new opera collaboration, SEMPRE LIBERA, a one-woman opera-style cabaret which explores the physical and psychological destruction of female characters in opera, recently premiered in Sydney before it embarks on its US tour.
In 2017, The Things I Could Never Tell Steven - A New Australian Musical returned to Sydney as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival and New Theatre's Queer Fringe! Starring Matilda Moran, Ruth Strutt, Adam Majsay & Lucas Glover. Directed by Alex Kendall Robson with Musical Direction by Antonio Fernandez. Watch the show here.
You can now download the sheet music to all of your favourite JYE BRYANT songs here

Some of the songs from THE THINGS I COULD NEVER TELL STEVEN were performed in a West End showcase of new international musicals called THE RIBBONS OF LIFE on Friday 22nd January, 2016! 

Jye is currently working on a brand new Australian musical with Sydney-based playwright, Maxine Appel-Cohen, about Jye's famous convict ancestor, Billy Blue who was born to escaped African American slaves in Long Island, New York. He somehow 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!
Follow Jye's progress and creative process here.

To download a MEDIA PACK click here.