artwork by Mikyong Rodgers

Renowned Canadian Playwright
Morley Shulman 


Infinity Stage
An indispensible site for new plays & musicals, music and sound effects. 
We are dedicated to the production and publication of exciting new works.

                 Revolutionary Gentleman
                               The Rock Opera                 
                                                                  Book, music & lyrics by Steven W Rodgers  
                             THE ROCK OPERA                                                               Additional lyrics by Wendy Christopher

New  Musicals
         by Steven W Rodgers

No Trifling With Love

Revolutionary Gentleman

Zolushka: The Russian Cinderella

An Musical Tragic-Comedy
        cast of 7 (4m,3w)

A Musical Tragic-Comedy
       cast of 10 (4m,6w)

A Musical Comedy
cast of 14 (6m,8w)

click on pictures to hear the  soundtracks and read scripts

Based on the play by 19th century French playwright and poet, Alfred de Musset, No Trifling WIth Love deals with a befuddled baron's attempt to marry off his son , Antoine, and his niece, Camille, all the while having to contend with a  gluttonous priest, Father Bridaine, his son's drunken tutor, Master Blazius, and Camille's irrascible, overly pious governess, Dame Pluche. Things take a turn for the worse when Camille seems cold to the idea of marriage and for comfort, Antoine turns to Camille's younger sister, Rosette.

Revolutionary Gentleman is a satirical, behind-the-scenes look at the American Revolution as seen through the eyes of Benedict Arnold.  A very popular figure in Colonial America, Ben is on track to become second-in-command of the Continental armed when his chances are sabataged by the peevish Mr. Reed, president of the supreme council.  To make matters worse, his new, young wife, Peggy is having an affair with a British intelligence officer and the two will stop at nothing to get Ben on their side.  Based on the true story.

Zolushka is the Russian version of the classic Cinderella tale, based on the play by famed Russian writer, Yevgeny Shavarts.  In this version, the stepmother is married--to Zolushka's father, the Forest Keeper, who is a brave warrior in the forest, but is reduced to a quivering coward when confronted by his wife.  The  befuddled King, always sticking his foot in his mouth, throws down his crown whenever he doesn't get his way --which is pretty much all the time--and threatens to go join a monastery. Meanwhile, as expected, the Stepmother tries in vain to groom her two hopelessly inept daughters to become the Prince's bride.