Bite-Sized Broadway: A Mini-Musical Podcast

A Relative Relationship

November 16, 2020 IndieWorks Theatre Company Season 1 Episode 3
Bite-Sized Broadway: A Mini-Musical Podcast
A Relative Relationship
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Season 1 Episode 3 - A Relative Relationship - Book, Music, and Lyrics by Timothy Huang

Rival stepsiblings Simon Pang and Carmen Soledad are in big trouble and when Simon’s overbearing mom and Carmen’s doting dad – recent newlyweds – find out, heads will roll! Villainous Vice Principal Delancy offers a simple suggestion: Instead of punishing them both, they must decide between themselves who should fall on the metaphorical sword before VP Delancy returns!

Starring: Telly Leung, Linedy Genao, and Karen Mason.

Guitars by Matt SanGiovanni

Saxophone by Robby Wingfield,

Trumpet by Isaac Tubb,

and Trombone by Kenneth Johnson.

Directed by Christopher Michaels

Music Direction: Jonathon Lynch

Orchestrations and Sound Design: Andrew Fox

Tracking Engineer and Editor: Andrew Fox

Mixing and Mastering: Jay Rosen

​General Management: Jeremy Terry

Press Representative: Off Off PR

Bite-Sized Broadway is an IndieWorks Theatre Production created by Jonathon Lynch. Executive Producers: Christopher Michaels and Jeremy Terry. Produced by Jonathon Lynch and Andrew Fox. Bite-Sized Broadway Theme Song written and performed by Michael Perrie, Jr. 

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This episode is sponsored by Maria Wirries and Matt SanGiovanni - Check out Maria’s new album, “Just Keep Singing” streaming now. head to For more information on Matt, check out

For more information on Tim, check out his website at

TheatreNow recently published their 10-Minute Musical Anthology series, which includes A Relative Relationship:

You can also check out some more upcoming projects from Tim; He wrote the opening and closing numbers to This Golden Day, a song cycle at Emerson College which will be streaming from November 19-22nd. He also has a song featured in Not Working, a song cycle going up at New York Film Academy with two live performances on November 15th and will be streamed in December.

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Pre-Show and Opening Number
Act I: The Play
Act II: Artist Talkback
Exit Music