Alan Menken & Team Recorded and Mixed ABC’s ‘GALAVANT’ Pilot at Sonic Fuel Studios!
We’re honored to have hosted 8 time Oscar Winning Composer Alan Menken & Team’s recording and mix sessions for ABC’s fairytale based musical pilot ‘GALAVANT!’ Our very own Christopher Lennertz is part of this musical dream team contributing as producer for songs and score.
‘GALAVANT’ is poised to deliver Mr. Menken an Emmy, which will complete his show-business quadruple crown known as the EGOT! Emmy + Grammy + Oscar + Tony
It was a pleasure to be a part of this creative and inspiring project!
Here’s ABC’s official overview of ‘GALAVANT’:
- Dan Fogelman (Crazy, Stupid, Love; Tangled; Cars) teams up with Broadway and Hollywood’s award-winning musical team — composer Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid; Beauty and the Beast) and lyricist Glenn Slater (The Little Mermaid; Tangled) — for a musical comedy fairytale of epic proportions.
Once upon a time, the dashing hero Galavant (Joshua Sasse) was a slayer of dragons, protector of the innocent, and defender of the less fortunate. But one day, the evil King Richard (Timothy Omundson) fell for Galavant’s ladylove Madalena and kidnapped her. On Madalena and King Richard’s wedding day, Galavant courageously fought his way back to the palace to rescue his love. And while this is where most fairytales end happily ever after, it’s where the tale of GALAVANT truly begins. Madalena stuns Galavant when she announces that she chooses fame, fortune, and the crown over Galavant and breaks his heart.
Five years later we rejoin Galavant, heartbroken and drowning his sorrows in drink. Having given up on heroics, he’s a bit out of shape and flat broke. But his faithful squire Sid sees a momentous opportunity when Princess Isabella of Valencia arrives in search of “The Great Galavant.” She asks him to save her kingdom from its evil invader… none other than King Richard himself. Galavant must get back in the saddle, literally and figuratively, to take revenge on his nemesis, win back Madalena, and restore his “happily ever after.” But our fallen hero doesn’t realize that Isabella might not be revealing the whole story…
Our hero’s quest for redemption will have many twists and turns along the way. And as one of the songs from Menken and Slater proclaims: “Huzzah And Tally-Ho! Sit Back And Here We Go!”