With a book written by the dynamic team of Sherie Rene Scott and Dick Scanlan, Everyday Rapture opened on Broadway at the American Airlines Theater in 2010 after a successful Off-Broadway run in 2009. Loosely based on Sherie Rene Scott's real life, the musical also starred the author and chronicled the her childhood in Kansas to a life in show business. The production, which ran for 85 performances as a limited engagement, was choreographed and directed by Mayer and Lynch of Green Day's American Idiot. The show was nominated for various awards in the 2010 season, including a Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical as well as Best Book of a Musical. Featuring musical numbers such as Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City, Life Line, The Weight and Rainbow Sleeves, fans everywhere seek Everyday Rapture tickets to gain an insider's perspective of show business while being thoroughly entertained.