A new romantic musical comedy that’s a fun & campy take on the Peter Pan story from Tink’s point of view.

TINK!

It’s her time to fly

Tink loves Peter but the dude’s absolutely clueless. When she transforms into a real live bombshell to win Peter’s love, the fate of Neverland, and the world, is in jeopardy.

“Family-friendly films that stir the soul, heal the heart, and enrich the world.”

Gloria International Film Festival





Praise


“Tink is a terrific, inventive new musical. Diane Uniman and Kevin Cotter have tremendous talent.  The perfect balance-Entertaining, Ecclectic, Eccentric (in the best way.) In a nutshell… I loved it!”


“The music by Kevin Cotter is lively and memorable with moments that pull at your heart and Uniman’s lyrics are creatively mixed with contemporary verse. I TINK it’s a HIT!”

-Broadway promoter Leanne Schanzer (Hairspray, The Producers, Fiddler on the Roof, 42nd Street, Curtains, etc.)


“I loved the premise of Tink trying to get Pan’s attention and deciding to sacrifice herself for the good of Neverland.”


“Music is awesome- great melody and lyrics.”


“Lot of funny lines”

-Kids First! Film Festival Judges’ comments

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Gallery


Photos from Workshop Production – ADVENTURE THEATRE – TINK! Glen Echo MD, July 2009 – Directed by  Michael Bobbitt

Production History


A short concert version of TINK! was performed at Cornelia Street Café theater as part of New George Trunk Show, directed by Julie Kramer, musical direction Karl Michael Jonson.  It was so well received, Cornelia Street immediately asked the writers to mount a longer concert version, which was performed in front of a sold out crowd.  Director Julie Kramer, musical director Karl Michael Johnson.


Selections from Cotter/Uniman’s musical TINK!  performed February 2014 at “Broadway’s Future Songbook Series” – presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul and directed by John Znidarsic  at The New York Public Library for the  Performing Arts, Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center.  Director Julie Kramer, who directed and adapted “The Best of Everything” (New York Times Critics’ Pick) at HERE. Sung by Alica Sable (“Alpha House” with John Goodman; “Gypsy” with Patti LuPone); Musical direction Karl Michael Johnson.


Cornelia Street Café – Concert version directed by Julie  Kramer. CAST: Alicia  Sable  (Tink), Tim Cusak (Hook), Musical Direction Karl Michael  Johnson


New George – Selections for “Trunk Show” performed at Cornelia Street  Café – directed by Julie Kramer, musical direction Karl Michael Johnson.


Reading directed by Julie Kramer – March 2012


Workshop Production – ADVENTURE THEATRE – TINK! Glen Echo MD, July 2009 -Directed by  Michael Bobbitt


Concert Reading rehearsals – TINK! – PLAYHOUSE 22 – East Brunswick, NJ, March 2005


Read Through – TINK! – FORUM THEATER – Metuchen, NJ – 2003