An epic story song written for, recorded and performed by Tony winner Kelli O'Hara, whose rendition with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra went viral on YouTube and Facebook. The New York Times' Stephen Holden said: "The funny song that best exemplifies Ms. O’Hara’s instinct to assimilate, is a piece by Mr. Lipton and David Rossmer that has become a staple in her performances. In it, a country singer in the final stages of pregnancy makes her operatic debut and hits a coloratura high note the moment she gives birth. The number may be 'as corny as Kansas in August' ...but it is a fiercely demanding showpiece that illustrates the proximity of country music to opera; it is also a surefire crowd pleaser."
They Don't Let You In The Opera (If You're A Country Star)
They Don't Let You In The Opera (If You're A Country Star) - orchestra charts COMING SOON!!
Rated P for Parenthood
Prayer for Ellie
PDF of sheet music from the musical RATED P FOR PARENTHOOD. "Prayer for Ellie" is a mother's inner thoughts on her daughter's first day of kindergarten.
PDF of sheet music from the musical RATED P FOR PARENTHOOD. "Homework" is a mom freaking out about how dumb she feels compared to her smart son.