Modern musical film Stuck starring Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul), Amy Madigan (Gone Baby Gone, Field of Dreams), musical sensation Ashtanti, Omar Chaparro (Show Dogs, Compadres), Arden Cho (Teen Wolf) and Gerard Canonico (Be More Chill) as New York Subway commuters with stories to sing will play in select theaters nationwide on April 19th, 2019
An original pop musical film about six commuters who get stuck together on a New York City subway. Through the power of music, they learn about each other’s lives and, in turn, have a profound effect on one another. Connecting across lines of race, culture and class in a way that only situations of circumstance or happenstance can create, this will be a day that none of them will ever forget.
The music and songs in the film are all original with musical styles specific to each character – a lyrical and musical extension of their culture, thoughts, story and experience with elements of Pop, Rap, Rock, Classical and Motown – set almost entirely on the New York City Subway.
Stuck was directed by Michael Berry from a screenplay by Michael Berry based on the Stage musical by Riley Thomas. It was produced by Mike Witherill (John Wick franchise) and Joe Mundo, executive produced by Ashtanti, with original music by Riley Thomas, Tim Young and Ben Maughan.