In the season finale, everything comes to a head for Sam as secrets are revealed, relationships are altered, and the future comes into view. Features the songs "Farewell Medley," "Only in My Mind (Reprise)," "Find the Thread," and "Something to Remember (Reprise)"
As the final show of the summer is about to premiere, Sam receives two surprising visits – one welcome, and one anything but. And a walk on the beach with Veronica and talk about the future leads to a conversation Sam never imagined having. Includes the songs "Learn to Let Them Go" and "I Have Questions."
Bolstered by the Fourth of July parade, the crew gets back to work harder than ever. With little time to take a breather, Sam and Veronica go for late night walks on the beach . . . the same beach where James makes a valiant attempt to reveal his feelings to Ellie. Includes the songs "Look at Us Now!" and "Everything Moves Me."
As activity ramps up to the first curtain, Sam and Veronica get a little break . . . and get a little closer. But opening night brings with it a make-or-break challenge and an ultimatum impossible to ignore. Features the songs "Standing Only Steps from the Ocean" and "Something to Remember."
Sam and the crew are working harder than ever to get ready for their first opening night. When Veronica comes by with their lunch delivery, Sam takes a much needed breather and his fascination with Veronica grows. Later, Dr. Barrows checks in on how Scotty is doing with the costumes and learns something he never anticipated and Sam is amazed by a confession from James. Features the songs "It Never Lets Go," "We Never Know What's Waiting in the Wings," and "Only in My Mind."
Sam and the crew visit the theater for the first time and find it both inspiring and terrifying. Sam visits with Veronica afterward to share his excitement. But when the crew finds out about a compromise Sam made to get the gig, they're reminded of all of the other times Sam played fast and loose with the truth. Features the songs "Cape Cod Bay" and "Damn, Sam!"
Sam meets with Dr. Anderson Barrows, the owner of the Plymouth Barn Theatre. But things don't go exactly according to plan. Barrows's young wife Lizzie suggests mysteriously that she might be able to help but her reasons seem a bit suspect. Frustrated, Sam goes to visit Veronica, who has already heard that he "crashed and burned." Sam's not a Plan B kind of guy . . . but maybe it's time for Plan A2. Features the songs "Somebody Like You" and "Hi, Veronica."
Lizzie Barrows tells Sam she can help him . . . but it comes at a price. Meanwhile, other members of the crew make their way to Plymouth to see how Sam is doing. There, they meet Veronica and discover they have a shared story. Features a reprise of "Somebody Like You" and the new song "Nowhere to Be."
Meet Sam August: ambitious, driven, and focused on one thing and one thing only – making it as a director on Broadway as soon as possible. With college graduation looming, Sam stops at a restaurant in Plymouth, MA, and two extraordinary things happen. One is that he meets Veronica, a woman unlike any he's ever met before. The other is that he finds an ad seeking a director and crew for the reopening of the fabled Plymouth Barn Theatre. This is the opportunity he's been seeking. Now he just needs to convince his college friends to join him on the adventure. Features the songs "Little Do They Know" and "You Never Know."
Laura Marano, star of "Austin and Ally" and "Saving Zoe" welcomes you into the world of the first Broadway-level podcast musical. Listen to a piece of one of the twenty-two songs in the show and discover what will be coming your way starting March 31.