“Light in the Tunnel” is a new original Broadway bound musical
about the magical love affair between street performers
(a.k.a “buskers”) and their audience of passers-by in the
subway stations beneath New York City.
Created by veteran New York City subway performer,
folk singer/guitarist Wendy Sayvetz,
“Light in the Tunnel” features an ensemble cast
of the city’s finest street/subway performers.
We are currently raising funds with an online
crowd funding campaignpowered by Rocket Hub.
Click this link to help us reach our goal!
Meet our cast of NYC subway performers
performing "live underground" in this 10-minute promo video!
Listen to excerpts of original music by our cast
while viewing a slide show of our creative team and cast...
Promo Video*: 'Filmed by Steve Yeager with additional filming by
Julian Hintz and Wendy Sayvetz;
edited by Julian Hintz with additional editing by Steve Yeager;
produced by Wendy Sayvetz and Julian Hintz.
Slideshow with Song Excerpts Underscore: created by Julian Hintz
Original Artwork (Illustration and Collage) created by
DVD-ROM Formatting & DVD Package Graphic Design
by Julian Hintz
Website: Andrew Schulman
*special thanks to Susan Jonas, Paul Mueller, Steve Yeager, and Nicola Vazquez for essential critical input.
WNBC News 4
TV news segment about Andrew Schulman's
work as Resident Visiting Artist
of the Louis Armstrong Center
has won two prestigious journalism and broadcasting awards -
The segment featuring Schulman playing guitar in the Beth Israel Medical Center - Surgical ICU
has won a NYEmmy
in the Human Interest category and 1st Place in the 48 Hour feature category in the National Press Photographers Association -
Best of PhotoJournalism award
Wendy Sayvetz creator and
co-director/producer (with Sundance Award-Winning filmmaker, Steve Yeager) of a documentary feature entitled Suzanne Shepherd - A Gift of Fire, which has received major support from Alan Alda and is currently fundraising for post-production. 15 minute trailer available upon request. View 5 minute trailer on
Andrew Schulman at the
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