The Jukebox Musical Project
|The Jukebox Musical Project|
|Theater||The Institution Theater|
The Jukebox Musical Project is a series of original comedy mini-musicals at The Institution Theater.
Each show is written by Courtney Hopkin and leverages a different music artist's songs as well as time/location for each show.
The individual musicals run for two performances each, every other month.
 The Black Death
Set during The Black Plague and featuring music by the Smashing Pumpkins (March 2015)
 In the Air Tonight
Set during the USA/USSR space race of the 1970s and featuring music by Phil Collins (May 2015)
 Karma Police
Set during the Salem Witch Trials and featuring music by Radiohead (July 2015)
- Jordan T. Maxwell
- Sarah Marie Curry
- Emily Cawood
- Michael Ferstenfeld
- Kim Stacy
- Megan Sherrod
- Jill Summar
- Kelly Campbell
 Renaissance Queen
Set during the Italian Renaissance and featuring music by Queen (October 2015)
- Peter Rogers - Leonardo
- Bryan Curry - Michelangelo
- Nicholaus Weindel - Rafael
- Kim Stacy - Chorus/Teacher
- Cené Hale - Chorus/Margharita/Father
- Lindsey McGowen - Chorus/Mother/Medici
 Home Again: The Story of Passover
The story of Passover as told through the music of The Cure (November 2015)
- Nicholaus Weindel - Aaron
- Kim Stacy - Shana
- Sarah Doering - Rachel
- Jillian Summar - Deborah
- Luke Wallens - Adam
- Robert Slack - Mica/Moses
 Women of the Wild West
The story of Annie Oakley and Calamity Jane as told through the music of Beyoncé (January 2016).
- Emily Cawood - May Lillie
- Kim Stacy - Lillian Smith
- Cene Hale - Annie Oakley
- Brittni Cocchiara - Calamity Jane
- Tosin Awofeso - Buffalo Bill
- Allen Fisher - Frank Butler
- Courtney Hopkin - Sheriff Bechdel
- Video of the 3/14/15 performance of "The Black Death".
- Video of the 5/9/15 performance of "In the Air Tonight".
- Video of the 7/10/15 performance of "Karma Police".
- Videos of "Renaissance Queen": 10/15/15, 10/16/15, 10/17/15.
- Photoset by Steve Rogers of the 3/14/15 performance of The Black Death.
- Photoset by Steve Rogers of the 7/10/15 performance of Karma Police.