The Glassblower's Daughter: An American Fairy Tale - October 17 - October 31, 2020

Lightning House Players


The producers would like to thank everyone who participated in the creation of this recorded musical event. 


Zareh would like to thank the love and support of his children, Andrew and Daniel, his friends and family who supported this production and his work, and especially the members of the informal advisory board. Zareh is grateful to the cast for lending their talent and professionalism to this project, to Jay Psaros for his ability to juggle so many moving pieces, to Amberly Soto for her organizational skills, to Sue Ramey for employing her exemplary design skills to creating the engaging graphics for the show, and especially to Kelvyn Koning who shares Zareh's vision of using musical theatre to foster empathy and justice and without whose collaboration this show would not be possible.


He'd also like to thank his executive muse, Laurie, for all of her love and encouragement throughout this experience.


Kelvyn offers special thanks to Zareh Artinian for asking me to be a co-writer on this project, to Jay for all of the remarkable engineering, to all of my wonderful music instructors and mentors over the years, and to the amazing cast of performers! Couldn't have done it without any of you and wouldn't have wanted to!



A complete list of those who donated to help make this show a reality is posted on the Lightning House Players website and Facebook page.


Please go to or to see a list of those who have generously donated to this project. We offer these donors our most heart-felt appreciation.

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