The Big Bank is a musical comedy written by The Seligmann Brothers about a bank in Brooklyn that loves to foreclose on people and a banker who falls in love with a woman who owns a flower shop he is supposed to foreclose on. The Big Bank couldn’t be more timely and its message of love over greed is timeless.
Audience Reactions to The Big Bank in The New York Musical Theater Festival 2011:
We are currently seeking producers interested in helping put the show on again in a regional theater. For more information please contact Jessica Goodwin:
THE BIG BANK DOCUMENTARY
Jordan Rennert, of Respect Films, has been shooting a documentary about The Big Bank for two years.
Please contact Jordan for further information about the documentary.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE BIG BANK:
This documentary clip follows Big Bank composer, Jake Seligmann, through the process of conceiving, writing, and recording a new song for the New York Musical Theater Festival production: