The Coterie Un/Plugged, Volume One: Lauren Worsham and Friends at the Canal Room on February 22nd, 2010 at 7:30PM. Tickets are $20 in advance, $30 at the door. Students tickets are $15.
The evening will featured Lauren Worsham (Candide, Spelling Bee) and special guests including Tony nominee Barbara Walsh (Falsettos, Company), Theresa McCarthy (Floyd Collins, Titanic) and Andrew Nolen (Wooster Group's La Didone).
Treat your ears to a bevy of fresh premieres from our diverse family of Coterie composers and librettists, ranging from new music arias to balls-out rock and roll anthems! The company presents work from composers Cristian Amigo, Christine Donkin, Andrew Gerle (Meet John Doe), Paul Scott Goodman (Rooms, Bright Lights, Big City) Kristin Hevner (Il Sogno, Bully Pulpit), Obie award-winner Kyle Jarrow (Whisper House, A Very Merry Unauthorized Childrens' Scientology Pageant), Matt Marks (The Little Death: Volume One), Nick Martin (Searching for Heartbreak), Julia Meinwald (Disappeared), Taylor Mac (The Lily's Revenge), Jeff Myers (The Hunger Art), Josh Schmidt (The Adding Machine), Arvi Sreenivasan (Super Mirage), Royce Vavrek (Dog Days) and Daniel Zaitchik (Picnic at Hanging Rock).
Ninety percent of the songs are new works commissioned by THE COTERIE!!!
Celebrating the final performance of Just Ask's Anyone for a Classy Threesome, this Valentine's Lust-a-Paloozaconcert features three of NYC's up-and-coming musicians: Vin Macri, Hannah Fairchild, and Julia Meinwald. It will surely make you feel warm and mushy inside...in all the wrong ways.
It's 2010 and the future just keeps getting greener for you and yours! Traditional American industries like coal-exploding and car-sloughing are booming and you have more money than you know what to do with. Until now! Eric and Julia's Expensive Show will take about $25 of that easy money off your hands for an hour of original songs and some dinner.
Drinking songs? We'll let you pay for them. Songs about sex on videotape? They're gonna cost you too! Songs about pregnancy, snow and sandwiches? There's no end to how much money we're willing to let you give us.
What are you waiting for? Open your wallet and come see...
Eric and Julia's Expensive Show
Monday, February 8 at 9:30pm
@ The Laurie Beechman Theatre
407 W. 42nd St. (Between 9th and 10th)
For reservations, call 212-695-6909
$10 cover, $15 food/beverage minimum
Featuring the singing talents of: Ellen Condon, Katrina Rose Dideriksen, Amy Linden, Lance Rubin, Ryan Speakman, Lauren Worsham
The banding talents of: Eric Day, Eric March, Julia Meinwald, Austin Moorhead, Jeremy Yaddaw
And the directing talents of: Lila Neugebauer
Make a reservation today and see the show your wealthy grandparents are calling, "Not that bad, $25, for a night of theater!"
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Don't Trust Anyone (much) over 30
Seth Gilman curates. He's 30. Soon he will be 31. That's over 30. Can you still trust him to put on a rockin' good new music concert, kiddies? Of course you can. What, would he lie to you? Would he bamboozle you into coming all the way out to Brooklyn, unless the incredible vocal acrobatics, compelling performances, fresh songs, and hip venue were for real? Fat chance. If he were up to something, New Brew would set him straight...
With music by:Raphael Fusco, Peter Hilliard, Andrea La Rose, Julia Meinwald, Jeff Myers, Seth Rozanoff, Eric Shanfield, Alex Temple
Sung by: Kim Dunbar, Seth Gilman, Anne Ricci, Cameron Russell, Delea Shand, Krista Wozniak
With special guests: Christopher Berg (piano), Raphael Fusco (piano), Richard Quantz (viola)