SYNOPSIS

Siren's Den is a dark, modern twist on the myth of the ancient Greek sirens who lured sailors to their deaths with their songs. Here, the turbulent sea is the music industry, and the siren is Skylar Cole, a seductive indie rock singer in NYC.

 

Skylar's biggest fan is Remy Morgan, a young, aspiring singer who finds that her songwriting is fueled by her time spent with Skylar. Soon, Remy finds herself drawn into a world of drugs, lust and empty promises, where some idols don't deserve pedestals and some dreams come with dire consequences.

 

Will Remy find success? Or will she fall prey to Skylar's siren song forever?

show history

Siren’s Den was created by Rori Nogee who wrote the book, music and lyrics. It premiered in the West Village Musical Theater Festival at The Player’s Theater. The following year, it received an Equity Showcase staged reading at Under St. Mark’s, followed by a spot in the New York New Work’s Theater Festival at the Elektra Theater, where it was chosen as a semi-finalist. A year later, it was produced by Miller-Coffman Productions as a fully realized Equity showcase with 12 performances at The Gene Frankel Theater. It was then seen presented as a concert at the Laurie Beechman Theater with a full band. Following the success of the Off-off Broadway run, the NYNW Theater Festival offered to sponsor a presentation of the show in the 2018 NYNW Theater Festival at Theater Row. The demo album can be purchased on iTunes and at CDbaby.com