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Dark Clouds

About Infernal

Infernal is a rock musical based on Dante’s Inferno that explores consequences, remorse, and our own inescapable demons. Drawing from Dante’s text, the Bible, Catholic Tradition, and Jewish Mysticism, in this coming of age story, heaven and hell are made human.

This story, at its heart, is about how we treat each other. Actions have consequences and by following Lily down through Dante’s Nine Circles of Hell we confront our own fears and regrets. Lily represents all of us, she is messy, she is human, and oftentimes she is wrong. So what happens when you realize the errors of your ways, but it’s too late to change your fate? Can we learn to forgive ourselves?


What People Are Saying

"Beautiful Show Design

...the music is amazing [and] the concept is fantastic."

-Kristin B., New York City

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Misha Mullany

(Writer, Director, Co-Composer)

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Misha Mullany (She/Her) is a recent graduate from NYU Tisch's Experimental Theatre Wing and seeks to create art that connects with others and the world. Since graduating she has been joyously creating and discovering her love of writing. Misha has created everything from Digital Theatre, to Devised Work, to Musical Theatre. She is incredibly interested in playing with the relationship between traditional and experimental forms of theatre, finding where they intersect and cause tension. Although theatre may look different now than it used to, she is so grateful for this incredible opportunity to share her work, and for the phenomenal cast and crew who have joined her on this journey. 

Brent Morden 

(Co-Composer, Arranger, MD)

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Brent Morden is thrilled to bring his talents as a composer, arranger, and music director to Infernal. Brent’s career has seen him conduct his award-winning band works in venues including Carnegie Hall, write music & lyrics for two comedy musicals produced at Columbia University, and assist acclaimed music director Rob Fisher. Nowadays Brent works as Program Manager for Every Voice Choirs, an NYC-based children’s choir nonprofit, and teaches voice & musical theatre at From Stage to Screen in Huntington, NY. Brent graduated magna cum laude from Columbia University in 2019. In his spare time, Brent enjoys lifting weights and running in the park. More at and @extramordenary.



Luli Brindisi (She/Her) is a dancer and choreographer  from Argentina currently based in New York. During the past years she has had the opportunity to work as a dancer and choreographer for musical theater and TV in the United States, Spain, France and Latin America. She is passionate about dance as a form of cultural expression. She  is now working on a graphic novel that addresses the issues of feminism and diversity by presenting dance as a means to break our boundaries and be just who we really are.

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Rodolfo Santamarina (He/Him) born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Based in New York City since 2018. Graduated from the San Martin Contemporary Dance School. He has studied in the National University of Arts and received scholarships from Summer Dance Program in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the Jacob’s Pillow Theater Dance Program in Becket, Massachusetts. Credits Include: Theater, TV, and Movies in the US and Argentina. Choreography: “Malaui, Un Ciello Lleno de Estrellas” (Arg – “Malaui,a Sky Full of Stars”), Super-Tropa Showchoir (Arg); Dance: Royal Caribbean International, Dardo Galleto Tango Dance Company (NYC), Accent Dance NYC (NYC), Abruzzo’s Jazz Dance Company (Arg), Proyecto 2 (Arg). 


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Jimmy Stubbs (He/Him/His) is a set and production designer based in New Haven, Connecticut. He has designed for the Yale School of Drama, Yale Cabaret, Yale School of Music, Solas Nua, Ally Theatre, ArtsCentric, and Morgan State University, among others. He holds a B.A. in Theatre from the University of Maryland, College Park, and is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Set Design from the Yale School of Drama. A passionate lover of musical theatre and opera, Jimmy is very excited to be designing his first original musical! @jimmystubbsdesign


Jimmy Stubbs
(Set Designer,
Projection Specialist)

Nicole E. Lang (She/Her) is a designer for performance based in New York City. Her recent designs include the moment before…, bodyssey, WASTE//LAND, The Whale in the Hudson, The Purple Flower (Yale Cabaret), Fun Home, Othello (Yale University), Salome: Woman of Valor (Chutzpah Festival), DICK:After Melville (Dixon Place), and Approaching Power Collision (Bard College). She is also the co-creator and puppeteer of Let’s Go to the Moon! a virtual space-puppet musical for all ages. 

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Nicole E. Lang
(Lighting Designer,
Projection Specialist)



With Covid, it's harder than ever to be a theatre creator. Just with this initial presentation, we've hit a lot of setbacks and had to rethink the way we present art. Unfortunately, this also means a lot of unforeseen costs and a more difficult outreach journey. Your support, no matter what size, makes the difference in us making it another day.

Church Candles

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Human Skeleton Sketch

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Fluffy White Clouds

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Window Light in Church

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Planet and Moon

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