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A Stage-Door Kind of Love

by Erich Schuett & Olivia Hadad

In this musical sketch by ASCAP award-winner Chip Deffaa, Erich Schuett and Olivia Hadad portray two teens who've grown close while attending a theater-summer camp ("Stagedoor Manor")....
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“A STAGEDOOR KIND OF LOVE”... written and produced by ASCAP Award-winner Chip Deffaa, performed by Erich Schuett and Olivia Hadad (with tap-dancing by Jon Peterson); music direction by Richard Danley. © 2019 by Chip Deffaa

In this musical sketch by ASCAP award-winner Chip Deffaa, Erich Schuett and Olivia Hadad portray two teens who've grown close while attending a theater-summer camp ("Stagedoor Manor")....

ERICH SCHUETT, who recently sang the songs “Homesick” and “I’m Down in Honolulu” on the album “Chip Deffaa’s AN IRVING BERLIN TRAVELOGUE,” has been featured in the national tour of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound Music.” His motion picture credits include “18 to Party,” “Evil Intentions,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles,” and “Dolphin Tale 2.” His TV credits include “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “ A Crime to Remember,” “Homicide for the Holidays,” “Shattered,” “Clarissa’s World,” and “Outdoor Wild.” He’s sung popular music at the West End Café and classical music at Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House. He’s sung, too, on Harry Connick’s television show, “Harry.”

OLIVIA HADAD recently appeared with Erich Schuett in the musical “Zombie Prom” at the Vineyard Theater in New York. (This is her first recording with Erich Schuett; it won’t be her last.) She’s also appeared in productions of such musicals as “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Heathers.”
And she actually has attended Stagedoor Manor, the famed theater camp that helped inspire Chip Deffaa’s “A Stagedoor Kind of Love.”

CHIP DEFFAA (words and music) is the author of 16 published plays and eight published books, and the producer of 27 albums. For 18 years he covered entertainment, including music and theater, for The New York Post. In his youth, he studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He is a graduate of Princeton University and a trustee of the Princeton "Tiger" magazine. He wrote and directed such Off-Broadway successes as "George M. Cohan Tonight!" and "One Night with Fanny Brice." His shows have been performed everywhere from London to Edinburgh, to Seoul. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society, NARAS, and ASCAP. He’s won the ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award, the IRNE Award, and a New Jersey Press Association Award. Please visit:

RICHARD DANLEY (music director/pianist) is Chip Deffaa's first choice among music directors and has worked on many shows and/or albums of Deffaa's, including "Irving Berlin's America," “The Irving Berlin Ragtime Revue,” "One Night with Fanny Brice," "The Seven Little Foys," "George M. Cohan Tonight!," “Mad About the Boy,” “Irving Berlin: In Person,” “The Irving Berlin Songbook,” “Irving Berlin: Ragtime Rarities,” and "Theater Boys." Danley has performed everywhere from daytime dramas on television, to cruise ships, to clubs, to Carnegie Hall. He is on the faculty of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA).

“A STAGEDOOR KIND OF LOVE” (dedicated to our friends at Stagedoor Manor) incorporates excerpts of Chip Deffaa’s songs “Spoonin’,” “Just You, Just Me,” and “You Have Captured My Heart,” plus excerpts of George M. Cohan’s “My Musical Comedy Maiden” and Irving Berlin’s “I’ve Gotta Have Some Lovin’ Now.” Copyright 2019 by Chip Deffaa



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