Monday, June 17, 2019

Carol Dunitz Interviewed about "2020: The Musical" for Access Ann Arbor

I am featured on CTN’s Access Ann Arbor this month in a 30-minute interview about 2020: The Musical.  The interview can also be seen on YouTube at: 

2020: The Musical is now complete and ready for the road. There are twenty original songs about the issues we all care about. The songs with issues in parentheses where needed are:

All for One (tax reform)
Citizens United Gone (campaign finance reform)
Democrats Forever
Dump the Trump in 2020
Eh Boy (criminal justice reform)
Flying Blind (universal healthcare)
Hands Down Better (homophobia)
I Want to Play with You (lobbyist reform)
Isaac and Ishmael (middle east conflict)
Let’s Take Out the NRA (gun control)
My Body, My Choice (reproductive rights)
On Our Way (female president)
Republican Do Si Do
Simple Times Gone By (global warming)
Stack the Deck (gerrymandering, voter purging)
Sunday Bloody Sunday (racism)
The Border Wall Tango
The Public Wants (Term Limits)
This Life Shared in Poverty (minimum wage)
Happy Birthday Baby (novelty song)

I am currently putting the finishing touches on which will include music from all the songs and video as it comes available. I expect to start marketing next week.

This is a full-length musical with about an hour of music. It leans left, is provocative and interactive. Perfect for political fundraisers as well as theatrical venues. For more information, please email me at cdunitz at gmail dot com or visit the site.