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The Storyline Project, LLC

A commercial theatrical production company based in New York City. Our focus is on stories that capture the imagination of an audience. Our mission is to identify and develop these stories and bring them to life on stage. Founded in January 1996 by four associates, SLP has analyzed hundreds of plays and musicals. Recommended plays have gone on to public readings at established theatre companies including Ensemble Studio Theatre, Theater Resources Unlimited and The Directors Company in New York City. SLP productions have appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway and on tour across the U.S. and Canada.

Project Updates

Harmony is on Broadway!
Harmony: A New Musical by Barry Manilow & Bruce Sussman tells the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, six talented young men, Jewish and gentile, who came together in 1920s Germany and took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics.

“Feisty, funny and timely with superb singing” – New York Stage Review
“Powerful, moving and more relevant than ever” – Entertainment Weekly
“Defiantly life-affirming and joyous” – New York Sun

Introducing Harmony’s TV Ad

Latest News on Harmony!
Read all about the real-life Comedian Harmonists
The Harmony Cast Album is now available for streaming and purchase on digital streaming platforms
Click here for more information and buy tickets 

Beau: The Musical
Now a feature-length film directed by Josh Rhodes playing the festival circuit.  
See the trailer
Beau in residence at the Musical Theatre Factory
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Cougar The Musical is revived in NYC!
Brenda Braxton, Mary Mossberg, and Babs Winn revisit the roles they created and helmed by original director, Lynne Taylor-Corbett

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Terms of Endearment

“A theatrical gem… Terms of Endearment is an enthralling, realistic portrayal of humankind with all its affection, humor and conflict.”
— Broadway World


Peter and the Starcatcher

“Most exhilarating example of locomotive storytelling on Broadway since the Royal Shakespeare Company’s “Nicholas Nickleby“ 
— NY Times

Cougar The Musical

“It is filled with original melodies. The script reflects considerable imagination and contains a few knowing jokes”
—NY Times