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A WILD THING - a new '60s rock musical

book, music & lyrics by Michael Medeiros

A Wild Thing was a Finalist for a 2024 Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellowship.  "Among the top 25, "we firmly believe your voice contributes significantly to the vibrant landscape of musical theater."    LEARN MORE

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Written & directed by Michael Medeiros, Tiger Lily Road is a dark comedy, thriller about the relationship struggles of two women, Annie and Louise, best friends living together in an idyllic cottage in the country. When they capture a handsome fugitive during a freak snowstorm, all bets are off as the situation spins wickedly out of control.

STARRING: Emmy winner Tom Pelphrey, Ilvi Dulack, Karen Chamberlain.

PRESS:   “Dulack and Chamberlain have a juicy simmering rapport...”  --VILLAGE VOICE     “...a new battle in the war between the sexes...humor of a Coen Brothers film...”   -- NY TIMES      LEARN MORE

"Tiger Lily Road is a fascinating thriller whose real momentum lies in its comic and resonant rendering of gender conflicts - perfectly woven into a plot of entangled love and estrangement. Remarkably acted and directed...a winner." ----actor/director Peter Weller    LEARN MORE

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Michael sings "Brother Blues" from the score of A WILD THING.  LEARN MORE

Michael sings "My Friends" from Sweeney Todd

MISS YOU LIKE HELL - Baltimore Center Stage. The journey of the play aligned with many aspects of my own life, especially the ending where something is won and something very substantial is lost.


Michael Medeiros as Mo - Miss You Like Hell - Baltimore Center Stage

Baltimore City hall - 2019 Tony winner Andre De Shields receives Key to the City from Mayor Young

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1776 - City Center Encores - Santo Fontana, Andre De Shields, Michael Medeiros
With Andre De Shields & Santino Fontana
at City Center 1776 after party
1776 - Full to the rafters
One of my all time favorites
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art is messy


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