Harmony Street

(ended 1993)


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Harmony Street is a pilot for a television musical variety show where the actors bring the doo-woop sounds of the 1950's into modern-day situations. Writer and director Gary Sax films the pilot in New York City, and he also creates the show's original soundtrack. The story focuses on Dino (Dino Pionegro), Sal (Sal Fusco) and Jimmy (Clinton Ehrlich) living in a cramped Brooklyn apartment. Down the hall lives the upbeat Carla (Jill-Michele Melean) and Saul (David Crane), who occasionally cheer up their friends with an original song. Throughout the day, the group encounters situations that only a 50s rock and roll tune can fully describe. At the Laundromat, Carla and Dino sing a duet when the machines stop working. Saul and Jimmy have fun with their crabby landlord Ken (Ken Waters), while singing a doo-woop track called "Go Away." As the pilot ends, the group discovers that music is their only relief when dealing with the stress of becoming adults.