What is all this?
It is three things: Fly North Music, Fly North Studios, and Fly North Theatricals. This is how it happened...
Fly North Music was established in 2017 as STL-based creative company that served as the production house for composer, Colin Healy.
By early 2018 it had grown into a successful private vocal studio -- Fly North Studios.
Then, Healy's musical The Gringo was selected to headline the St. Lou Fringe Festival in the summer of 2018. After becoming the best selling show in festival history, Colin and his friend Bradley Rohlf decided to try out this theatre thing... and in 2019 they established a new theatre company -- Fly North Theatricals.
So, to recap...
Wanna produce a new musical?
Fly North Music.
Wanna take voice lessons with cool, local theatre pros?
Fly North Studios.
Wanna see new works of musical theatre produced right here in STL?
Fly North Theatricals.
And what's the point?
To promote education through performance by utilizing both our students and local community of actors to create new, local, accessible, high-quality works of musical theatre.
Colin Healy - Executive Director
Colin is a dog-owner based in the city of St. Louis who is also a composer, music director, and the executive director of Fly North Theatricals. Starting at age 15, as a touring singer/songwriter with South Florida-based rock band The Republik, Colin's work as a recording artist spans four full-length studio albums -- three as a performer (Last Chance Planet, 2006, The Unexpected Answer, 2010, We Are The Wild Things, 2012), and one as a producer (The Gringo: Original St. Louis Cast Album, 2017). 2012's We Are The Wild Things, was recorded at the legendary Stratosphere Studios in New York and was produced by Brian Viglione of The Dresden Dolls. Healy's body of studio work has been recognized by Billboard, College Music Journal and has received radio play nationwide. His work as a composer includes five original musicals (Anthem, 2011, Translation, 2015, Forgottonia, 2018, The Gringo, 2018, Madam, 2019) having seen production at the educational, community, and professional levels with 2018's production of The Gringo headlining at St. Lou Fringe becoming the best selling show in that festival's history. He currently directs the Adagio Music Company at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) and serves as the resident music director at East Central College.
Bradley Rohlf - Theatre Manager
Bradley Rohlf is an all-around performing arts mutt. He has been active on both sides of the table in local community and professional theatre since 2015. He is also a songwriter, and a co-host of OverArching, the St. Louis culture podcast.