Year is 3327;Destruction of Jerusalem is Nearly Complete;Exile to Babylon has begun;Time Has Come For Daniel

The Handwriting is on the Wall!

Introducing Daniel in Babylon! A Motion Picture! A Musical! A Bible Story based on the Book of Daniel!
Three genres in one! This energetic and drama filled production will fill you with joy and awareness of where the world once was and where it is going!
We invite you to read all about the production!

The Team

is made up of Hollywood and Theater Professionals who are so excited to be involved with Daniel in Babylon! From the Director/Choreographer to the Production Designer, Musical Director and Lead Producer the experience in this production team is a who’s who in both theater and film!

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The Composer

is Lenny Solomon, a Jewish Rock and Roller, who has released forty albums and performed over 2000 concerts in the Jewish Rock industry. With his band Shlock Rock he is the only Jewish Musician to perform in all 50 US States.

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The Facts

Musicals are back! Bible Stories are of the moment! This movie encompasses both genres! Daniel in Babylon is a mainstream musical with faith based appeal! It will wow audiences worldwide!

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The Story

The young Daniel

is ushered off to Babylon where he is educated to be an advisor of the royal courts. Over a 63 year period, combative and complicated relationships develop between Daniel and three successive kings; Nebuchadnezzar, Belshazzar and Darius the Mede. Daniel interprets dreams, stands up for his principles, and protects his friends. Conflicts arise as Daniel remains consistent in his dedication to worship the God of the Jews and eventually, he gets thrown into the lions’ den. There’s only one way Daniel can survive…
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Here are clips from 5 songs from the musical:

Four Boys:

Tell Me My Dream:

I See An Angel:

Towards Jerusalem:

Party in Babylon:

The songs:

Lenny Solomon has written a musical consisting of thirty songs and 100 minutes from Overture to Closing Credits! It is a rock opera where the story is sung. There is very little spoken dialogue! Here is a taste of five of the songs!
Click here for a list of songs from the musical

Concept Art

Mark Hofeling, our production designer, and his amazing team have put together six scenes from the movie to show you the creative vision for the film!

Check out the final scenes and the initial concept renderings as the process to bring Daniel in Babylon to life continues! Enjoy!

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The Team

Kay Cole


A consummate director and choreographer, Kay has brought her brilliance to the theatre, film and television. Being a versatile and respected artist she brings a unique and timely vision to Daniel in Babylon. Her Directing credits include: Another Washington Affair, Firecracker, Cover of Life, The Dining Room, Dull Pain, Sing and Desperate Writers. As a Director/Choreographer her credits include: I Only Have Eyes For You, Reunion, Ecstasy, The Flunky, Rose Bowl Queens, No Strings, Bark!, The World Goes ‘Round, Nutcrackers, American Tales, A Chorus Line, I’m Getting My Act Together, Grass Harp, Robber Bridegroom, Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Sony Pictures Broadway. Her inventive Choreography and Staging credits include: Hunger, its The Housewives, Assassins, Great Expectations, Pirates Of Penzance, Cabaret, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, South Pacific, Triumph of Love, Actor Lawyer Indian Chief, Dancing At Lughnasa, Take Me Along and The Baker’s Wife. At the Hollywood Bowl: Sound of Music, Bernstein’s Mass, Mame, My Fair Lady, Music Man and Camelot. At the Geffen Playhouse: Atlanta, Paint Your Wagon and Nightmare Alley. Reprise! B’way: Three Penny Opera, Fiorello, City of Angels, Company, Sweeney Todd, On the 20th Century, Follies and Most Happy Fella. At Pasadena Playhouse: 110 In The Shade and Do I Hear A Waltz. In Germany: Wild Women Blues. At London’s West End: Blockheads and Snoopy. In Singapore: The Fantasticks. Her Film and Television Directing credits include: Country Rules, THQ, and Waiting In Line. Her Choreography film credits include: Guidepost Junction, Ella, Jekyll, Disney’s Santa Clause Three, Awakening Of Spring and Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks. She is the recipient of the 2006 Playwrights Arena Award for her outstanding contribution to Los Angeles Theatre and has received in 2009, a nomination for best choreography from the NAACP Theatre Awards for her work on ATLANTA.

Steve Bill

Musical Direction/Arranger

Voted the most recorded guitar player by the New York Recording Musicians Society, Steve was featured performer at Windows on the World, as well as assistant musical director. He currently serves as musical director for special events at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and Town Hall. He has performed with the likes of Frank Sinatra Aretha Franklin Donna Summer Tony Bennett Patti LaBelle Whitney Houston Sarah Vaughn James Brown, Barbara Streisand Carly Simon, Ricky Martin and Ray Charles to name a few. He has been the musical director for The Emmy Awards, The Clio Awards, and countless telethons as well as Dancing with the Stars, Sesame Street, ABC Television Specials and has appeared on the Grammy’s. Bill has worked on countless movies including Scent of a Woman, The Muppets Take Manhattan, and Die Hard 3. His list of credits both in commercials and concerts are endless and he has been the producer musical arranger for Shlock Rock since 1983.

Mark Hofeling

Production Design

Mark has designed and art directed over 50 productions for film and television. Mark began his work in film at age 19, and designed his first feature, Leucadia Film’s “Windrunner” (1995) six years later. Although Mark is now known for his work in Children’s film and television, his first years in film were spent in horror, toiling in low budget art departments for Fangoria Magazine’s trilogy “Mindwarp”, “Children of the Night” and “Severed Ties” and on Films such as “Halloween 5″ then working as an EFX tech and puppeteer on Sam Raimi’s “Army of Darkness”. Many of his early projects as a production designer were stories of hard-luck realism in bleak desert-scapes and rough trailer-park poverty, like Fox Searchlights’ “Nobody’s Baby” (2001), CBS’ “See You in my Dreams” (2000), or Showtime’s “Edge of America” (2003) and “Just a Dream” (2002). In 2005 Mark’s professional life took a colorful turn when he was given his first Disney Channel Original Movie, “Buffalo Dreams” (2005). Since then Mark has designed 20 Disney Channel Original Movies, including: “High School Musical 2″ (2007), “Wizards of Waverly Place, the Movie” (2009), and “Teen Beach Movie” (2013) as well as “High School Musical” 1 and 3 (2006 & 2008), the latter for Walt Disney Studios. These massively successful projects afforded Mark the exciting new challenge of designing for music and choreography and has interpreted the vision that Kay and Lenny have brought to Daniel in Babylon.

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