My friend and frequent vocal collaborator Liz Carbonell is coming all the way from Chicago to put on this awesome show, which shall feature two of my songs, one from Pregnancy Pact with Gordon Leary and one from Le Fou with Rob Shapiro and Bekah Brunstetter. Also featuring work by: Tony Asaro, Gregory Jacobs-Roseman, Dan Collins, and Julianne Wick-Davis, as well as songs from Jonah Matranga, Radiohead, The Dismemberment Plan, and Regina Spektor
Music direction: Rich Silverstein
Book by: Adi Potashnick and Liz Carbonell
D-Lounge Cabaret, 101 East 15th St, New York, NY
$10 cover No minimum but please, do drink =}
The lovely Ewalt and Walker host this series, for which Gordon and I are presenting four Pregnancy Pact songs to be performed by the silver throated Krystina Aladabo, Ally Bonino, Ellen Condon, and Amy Linden.
November 21st, 2011 8pm. 92YTribeca (200 Hudson Street).
Get your $15 tickets and more info here!
For “Behind the Music-al: Wants You,” Adam Guettel will moderate an evening of song and conversation about the role of the “I Want Song” in contemporary musical theater. How are emerging composers using songs to establish a character? How do new styles of storytelling use this oldest of conventions? How do you tell the world what you want? “Behind the Music-al: Wants You” to join us for an exciting night of music and behind the scenes stories from Ewalt & Walker (Bromance: The Dudesical), Julia Meinwald and Gordon Leary (Pregnancy Pact in NAMT), and Michael Holland (Godspell orchestrator and Hurricane in NYMF), as well as Adam Guettel (The Light in the Piazza).
The wonderful Two River Theatre Company in Red Bank New Jersey hosted an evening of new work, and Gordon and I were one of the 8 writing teams selected to participate! We presented Sex Tape and Hummingbird Heart, as performed by the formidibly talented Ally Bonino and Ellen Condon.
The "First Takes" concert presented by the Musical Theatre Program at Berea Ohio's Baldwin-Wallace College featured four songs fromPregnancy Pact. The evneing was helmed by the wonderful Victoria Bussert.