W I M P
Featuring the music of
Romanovsky & Phillips
“Wimp” tells the story of one man’s journey from lonely, unathletic loner to out and proud gay young man in 18 songs. The total run-time for these songs, as recorded, is about 60 minutes. This is not a work in progress. Rather, it’s an outline that a more qualified person can use to make a proposal to Ron Romanovsky for a musical theatrical production using the music and lyrics of Romanovsky & Phillips and Ron Romanovsky‘s solo albums. It might also, as noted in my 2014 blog post of the idea, be a concert play list for a choral group or glee club.
To be clear, permission for using any of the songs needs to arranged by contacting Ron Romanovsky– I am not his agent. However, I do operate the Official R&P Facebook Page and Official R&P Merchandise Shop for Ron. Also, I edited & published 1 Out Of 10 Therapists, and serve as Webmaster for romanovskyandphillips.com. Ron is aware of this ‘play list’ idea of mine.
About a dozen of the song titles link to short clips (~40 seconds each) at RomanovskyAndPhillips.com.
(ITYBT) I Thought You’d Be Taller (1984)
(TIP) Trouble In Paradise (1986)
(ER) Emotional Rollercoaster (1988)
(BPNP) Be Political Not Polite (1991)
(HR)* Hopeful Romantic (1992)
(LFI) Let’s Flaunt It! (1995)
(P2P)* Pittsburgh to Paris (2006)
(TUTF)* Turn Up The Fun (2008)
HR, P2P & TUTF are 3 of Ron’s solo albums