Don Lewis Brings The Statue of Liberty To Battle New York Slumlord in New York In Chains

Talented filmmaker, Don Lewis, works with Jeffrey Bryan of SURVIVOR band to create “New York In Chains,” a musical comedy chronicling how the Statue of Liberty comes alive to battle William McGreedy, the worst slumlord in NYC

Don Lewis has worked with the likes of Mary Rachel Gardner and graduates of USC and UCLA as well as talented songwriter, Jeffrey Bryan of SURVIVOR band to create another magic in New York In Chains. The musical comedy is co-written by Leonid Andronov, as they narrate how the Statue of Liberty battled William McGreedy, the worst slumlord in NYC, with history, song humor, and surprises.

The Statue of Liberty is historic in all ramifications, representing events, and is popularly known as a signature of New York. However, what happens when the statue is called upon to save the city from the shackles of a notorious criminal? The superhero prowess of the Status of Liberty and a whole lot more are what Don Lewis reveals to movie lovers, especially fans of musical comedy in the new film titled New York In Chains.

The movie stars the likes of Lauren Nikohl as Miss Liberty (Statue of Liberty), Benito Borjas as William McGreedy (like J.P. Morgan), and Thomas Hollow as Will (Son of Dutch Governor). Other characters in the movie are CASSIDY (Older Sister) – Mary Rachel Gardner, BABY a.k.a. PAMPERS (Younger Sister) – Kylie Grogan, ICY RIVER (Daughter of Indian Chief) – Kylie Grogan, SAM (Subway Busker) – Thomas Hallow, and HENRY HUDSON (Lost Captain) – Thomas Hollow. New York In Chains is produced by Don Lewis and Mary Rachel Gardner and the music and lyrics of the movie were written by Don Lewis, Brad Hubisz, and Jeffrey Bryan.

New York In Chains is already enjoying rave reviews following a performance at Hollywood Fringe. “Mary Rachel Gardner has beautiful voice and was excellent in multiple roles. Nothing could be improved. Great job! This was a charming show that was very entertaining. As a New Yorker, I loved a musical that included a modern-day story with a thought line that took us into NYC history. The show was an hour long. I would be interested in seeing the full version.” – KRISTEN NAPIORKOWSI

For further information about New York In Chains and to see the trailer for the movie, visit – and YouTube.

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