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"Oh, ye’ll take the high road and I’ll take the low road. And I’ll be in Scotland afore ye…"


These Scottish lyrics have been sung the world over for hundreds of years, but few know the legend behind them. Through a Celtic-inspired modern musical theater score, the new musical Loch Lomond breathes stunning life into a fable previously lost to time.


1745. The height of the Scottish Jacobite rebellion. When two Scottish rebel brothers are captured by the English, they are faced with an impossible choice, a ticking clock, and the end of their heroic ambitions. With only six hours left until their fate is decided, brothers Lyle and James must reconcile their desire for freedom and glory with their loyalty to each other… and their love for the women they leave behind. At once a sweeping tale of rebellion and an intimate family portrait, LOCH LOMOND will take you beyond the lyrics and into the heart of a universal struggle for freedom and love that stands the test of time.

Recently, LOCH LOMOND was presented as the inaugural show of the Stage Door Foundation's Broadway Workroom. LOCH LOMOND is actively looking for investors and producers, and pitch packets and recordings are available to interested parties.



LOCH LOMOND was first honored as a National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT) finalist and featured on their “Shows You Should Know” in 2016 and 2018. NYC developmental workshops have attracted high-caliber Broadway talent - the first workshop starred Alison Luff (The Who’s Tommy), Ginna Claire Mason (Wicked), Jeremy Hays (Phantom of the Opera), and Perry Sherman (Fun Home). The most recent workshop starred Erin Davie (Grey Gardens), Sophia Ann Caruso (Beetlejuice), Anthonio Cipriano (Jagged Little Pill), and Jeffrey Kringer (Cruel Intentions). An earlier draft of the show was presented at the Broadway Rose in Portland, Oregon, where it was met with rave reviews. It was deemed “poetically devastating” and a “majestic musical tragedy” by Oregon Arts Watch, and BroadwayWorld described the score as “beautiful and evocative,” adding that “Loch Lomond will transport you to a different time and place and fill your heart with emotion.”

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