Learn about Shows Lisa Has Written and Produced…

 
 
 [art by Emily Niland]

It’s Gonna Be So Good

A night of songs from recent projects including Tatterhood, Charlotte’s Vineyard, and more, written with Luke Holloway. The show was recommended in TimeOut and reviewed here. Watch videos here.

 
 
 

Charlotte’s Vineyard

A musical comedy pilot about a dorky, budding teen witch and her two best friends, who battle evil forces and high school drama in their quirky town on Martha’s Vineyard. Watch videos of songs from the show here. By Luke Holloway & Lisa Mongillo.

 
 
 
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Tatterhood

A coming-of-age, female-driven dark comedy about a trash fire of a princess who gets thrown into the role of heroine. Watch videos of songs from the show here. By Luke Holloway & Lisa Mongillo.

 
 
 
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[art by Bruja Collective]

The Radium Girls: A Jaw-Dropping New Musical!

A horror-laced dark comedy inspired by the stories of the young women who worked in the radium watch dial factories in the 1920’s. Lyrics by Lisa Mongillo and Sami Horneff; music by Amanda D’Archangelis; book by Lisa Mongillo, Sami Horneff, and Amanda D’Archangelis. The original short version of the show was produced in October 2017 as part of the Players Theatre BOO! Short Play Festival, at which it won Audience Favorite.

 
 
 
 [art by Claire Levy]

[art by Claire Levy]

B*tch Carols

A funny, feminist cabaret packed with cathartic holiday song parodies focused on women’s issues. Written with Kate Villa. The project was featured on the hit podcast Guys We F@#ked and in the Thinx brand holiday gift guide, and was performed at Feinstein’s/54 Below in December 2017.

 
 
 
 [art by Julie DeMarco]

[art by Julie DeMarco]

Hospital Kids: A Sick New Musical

The story of a wild night spent by three best friends who just happen to be patients in a children’s hospital. Book and lyrics by Lisa Mongillo, music by Jake Chapman. The short musical was presented at the BMI Workshop and performed in Theatre Now New York’s Soundbites Festival, where it won Best Book.