Medicine the Musical

For anyone who has ever worked hard for a dream!

This dynamic rock musical follows a group of first year medical students as they grapple with their lives, loves, and the rigors of their education. Join the class!

“Look to your left. Look to your right. One of you won’t be here to graduate”

Limited Engagement: 14 Shows

Playing at: HERE 145 Sixth Ave. (enter on Dominick Street one block south of Spring), NY, NY 10013   See on map

November 3, 2018 – November 18, 2018

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This production is a part of SubletSeries@HERE: a curated rental program, which provides artists with subsidized space and equipment, as well as technical support.

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Congratulations! Join the class and follow these first year medical students in this exciting rock musical. Medicine the Musical follows a group of first year medical students through the torments of their first year on the road to medicine.



Writer, Lyricist, Composer – Michael Ehrenreich.  Michael Ehrenreich is a practicing dermatologist in South Orange, NJ. In addition to Medicine the Musical, he is also the writer, lyricisit and composer for The War, a new musical in development. Previous literary credits include the novels Bang Oblivion and Amaranth, and the one act plays Men and Other Primates, and What Happened to Bobby Blake.

Director – TBD

Musical Director – TBD

Choreographer – TBD

Projection Design – TBD

Scenic Design – Colleen Shea

Lighting Design – TBD

Sound Design – TBD

Stage Manager – TBD

Production Manager – TBD

Costume Designer – TBD


Daniel Demello Public Relations


Lead Producer – Startup Productions





Medicine the Musical Completes Successful KickStarter

Medicine the Musical today announced that it successfully completed its KickStarter campaign, raising more than $23,000 from 117 backers. But the campaign continues. A new IndieGoGo campaign is available for those that missed the deadline. Please back the show. The more we get, the better show we can produce–and it’s a simple way to get …