A Legendary Musical
The live, musical staging of Sleepy Hollow created by an international, collaborative team of innovative storytellers.
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What is Sleepy Hollow about?
Within the valley of Sleepy Hollow, Katrina Van Tassel has been raised in a protective vacuum of superstition and fear. After her mother is killed by the Headless Horseman, Katrina is driven to exhume the secrets of the past.
This is a story of choices and consequences, of memories lost and secrets found— and of a young girl struggling to find the courage to challenge a system hell-bent on keeping the past buried.
She will soon learn that the greatest conflicts are not fought on distant battlefields, but rather deep within oneself.
Gakume 楽メ Production back-story
When COVID crippled the theater world, production doors slammed shut with the finality of a guillotine.
But we had a story to tell.
We found others around the globe with the same passion within mediums of animation, music, art, media & theater. Together we created a new genre of storytelling: Gakume 楽メ a unique form of storytelling that combines elements of Western musical theater with elements of Japanese animation.
We’re now developing both an anime series and a musical theater production.
The Sleepy Hollow Project
2.5 hours with a 15-minute intermission.
Post-Revolutionary Colonial Dutch with a dash of steampunk flair.
A psychological musical thriller
— The unforeseen plot twists of 2:22 and The 6th Sense.
— The world-building grandeur of My Neighbor Totoro and Les Miserables.
— The intelligent suspense of The Ferryman.
Sleepy Hollow, New York
13+. Contains intense themes, weaponry, moderate adult language & subject matter.
Musical theater lovers, literature devotees, history buffs, gothic/horror enthusiasts, and anime/manga fans (closeted or otherwise). The lore appeals to every gender, the characters are globally familiar, and the story is ageless. The cross-genre aspect of Sleepy Hollow allows us a unique opportunity to introduce new demographics to live theater.