Lively McCabe Entertainment and CuzBro Productions—the production company founded by Florida Georgia Line‘s Brian Kelley—have announced plans for a tour and a concept album for their May We All: A New Country Musical.
May We All follows Jenna Coates (played by Bligh Voth), who leaves her hometown of Harmony, Tennessee to pursue her dreams of stardom in Nashville. After struggling to find success in Music City, Jenna returns home to Harmony to find that the town has fallen on hard times and needs her to help save it.
The musical kicked off its world premiere engagement at Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville on June 7 and officially opened on June 15. The production will play its final performance in Nashville on Sunday, June 26, and will bring a bit of small-town Harmony, Tennessee to cities across the U.S. starting in the fall with dates to be announced.
“May We All started as a dream between my cousin Stephen and I years ago, and I’m so proud we were able to bring it to life in a city that means so much to country music—the true heart of this musical,” Kelley shares. “To our crazy talented cast and special guests who have given their all—thank you. We hoped everyone could find a little bit of themselves in the sweet town of Harmony, and each and every person who’s taken the time to come see the show has meant so much to us. A big thanks to our crew for keeping this production rolling, and to our partner Michael Barra, we could not have done this without you. This first run is only the beginning, and we can’t wait for what’s to come!”
“All of us at Tennessee Performing Arts Center are grateful for the opportunity to host the world premiere engagement of May We All here in Nashville,” says Jennifer Turner, TPAC President and CEO. “We wish all our friends from Harmony the best of luck as they take their next steps in this exciting journey, and we hope to see them again soon on the road or even back in Music City one day. After all, who says you can’t go home?”
The show is filled with a host of characters and a score of country songs by Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton, Little Big Town, Old Dominion, Brooks & Dunn, Keith Urban, and many more. The score also introduces two original songs co-written by Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, debuting exclusively via May We All.
The cast features a rotating lineup of country music guest artists who step into the role of Bailey Stone. Kelley played the role on opening night and the star-studded roster for the final week includes Trent Harmon, Lindsay Ell, Tigirlily, RaeLynn, Canaan Smith, Jordana Bryant, Leslie Jordan, and Michael Ray. Tickets for the final week of shows are available here.
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