Broadway Night is a musical theatre cabaret inspiring performers to share their voices and own their stories. They strive to empower the artist and nurture the creative soul while celebrating our love of theater and expanding our creative community.
It is always a privilege to join this community for an evening. This month we will sing Songs of Empowerment as we celebrate Broadway Night's rebranding!
This workshop has become one of my favorite parts of the Summer. I am so happy to return this year to present the works of many talented writers! Join us on Saturday September 28 between 11:30am - 5:30pm at the NYPL of the Performing Arts!
Across A Crowded Room is a program that seeks to help new musical theatre writers find collaborators and write and present a 20 minute musical over the course of the summer.
This year, in connection with the Harold Prince exhibition opening in fall of 2019, participants are prompted to write a musical in the world of another Harold Prince musical (e.g. write a musical about the mom of one of the Sharks in West Side Story).
I can't wait to sing the super talented A.J. Freeman's new work Sunday 9/22 at 9:30pm!
In The Works is presented monthly and features three composers or composer teams, each presenting about 20 minutes of new material. This month features the works of composers: Alanya Bridge, David Coleman, and A.J. Freeman. Hosted by: Thomas Honeck.
It's a one-night-only concert featuring the catchy music and clever lyrics of award-winning songwriter, Kit Goldstein Grant! Come and hear some of the hits and some of the lesser-known songs from Kit's canon along with songs written with collaborators Caleb Damschroder, Jonathon Lynch, Sophie Oberfield, and Gil Varod including pieces from The Commuters, Time Travel Makes Complete Sense, and In The Horse! It's a night of new (and not-so-new) music and lyrics you won't want to miss!
It was such a pleasure to present the first act of my dear friend Nick Radu-Blackburn's new musical Lonely Moon(additional music and arrangements by Xander Rovang)! Looking forward to a full production soon!
It was a pleasure to meet and sing with the fabulous team at Broadway Night, hosted by Ari Axelrod and Clarise Fearn with musical direction by Danny K Bernstein. Click below to watch a clip of my performance of "He Wanted a Girl" by Michael John LaChiusa.
I am grateful to join Katya Stanislavskaya once again in presenting the newest draft of her musical Going South as a part of the Overtures series at The Gallery Players in Brooklyn.
March 4 & 5 at 7pm!
Going South sheds a light on North Carolina’s legal system by focusing on four cases tried on the same docket. The cases-Custody, Cake, Co-Eds, and Coco-examine divorce, discrimination, campus rape, and transgender issues, respectively. These stories are linked together by Bob Jones, a smarmy and charismatic Southern lawyer. Told alternately in the courtroom and in flashback, the musical challenges the political, social, and societal constructs of today’s American South.
ACROSS A CROWDED ROOM at The Lincoln Center Library of the Performing Arts
September 20, 2019
This Summer I participated in a workshop at the NYPL of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center that brought composers, lyricists, book writers and performers together to create 20 minute musicals. We received feedback from the very generous Micheal John LaChiusa, Georgia Stitt and David Henry Hwang and I am so impressed by what has been created! I loved collaborating with such talented artists and being a part of the development of three new musicals!
Click the link to watch an excerpt of one of them!
I'm excited to announce that I will play "Mother" in a staged reading of "The War", a new musical by Michael Ehrenreich(Medicine, The Musical), directed by Rachel Klein((Red Roses, Green Gold) at The Cell!
This dynamic new musical follows the destiny of a family in a land torn apart by an incomprehensible war. Can two young lovers on opposite sides of the conflict find their way?
There will be two performances on April 18 at 2pm and 6:30pm.
I am thrilled to play "Mother" in Katya Stanislavskaya's new musical!
Going South sheds a light on North Carolina’s legal system by focusing on four cases tried on the same docket. The cases—Custody, Cake, Co-Eds, and Coco—examine divorce, discrimination, campus rape, and transgender issues, respectively. These stories are linked together by Bob Jones, a smarmy and charismatic Southern lawyer. Told alternately in the courtroom and in flashback, the musical challenges the political, social, and societal constructs of today’s American South.
I'm so excited to be returning to Gallery Players as "A Homeless Lady" in William Finn and James Lapine's A New Brain!
By the Tony Award-winning authors of Falsettos, this autobiographical musical deals directly with the writer’s own harrowing personal experience with arteriovenous malformation and the healing power of art. The hero, Gordon, worries that he may not live to complete his work, and his near death experience encourages him to re-evaluate and better appreciate the people and relationships in his life.