Join me at the Laurie Beechman Theatre for dinner, drinks, and a host of new musical theater songs to support polycystic kidney disease. Sam Heldt will be singing “I Like Birds,” with lyrics by me and music by Scotty Arnold. Details below.
Thursday, Feb. 25, 7:00 P.M.
The Laurie Beechman Theatre
407 W 42nd St. (below West Bank Cafe) Click here for tickets. $15 / $20 food and drink min.
Musical Theatre Factory is launching its most exciting season yet with a party at the People’s Improv Theater. I will be performing a couple of songs from Kira Starcloud during the festivities, which will no doubt include other performances you won’t want to miss. Join us for an evening of mingling and musical theater!
Monday, Feb. 22, 7:00 P.M.
The PIT Underground123 E 24th (btw Park & Lex) Click here to RSVP for FREE!
Musical Theatre Factory, an organization very dear to my heart, is moving out of its old space and into a new mode of existence, but not before celebrating with one last night of music and community. I’ll be debuting a new song as part of the festivities, as will many talented friends and colleagues. Come sing along with us!
For the fifth January in a row, I’m heading back to Rhode Island to start the new year off right with the Contemporary Theater Company. The 11th Annual 24 Hour Play Festival features a totally new format that is sure to challenge the participants and delight the audience. I’ll be writing all Friday night, so come see what I’ve cooked up at Saturday’s show!
After my set in September (videos here!), NYTB has not only invited me back for their annual holiday concert, but they’ve asked me to host alongside the excellent Christiana Cole. Other writers you love (or will learn to love) are on the bill, too, and best of all it’s FREE!
Monday, Dec. 14, 7PM at the D-Lounge on Union Square. Details below.
After a developmental workshop with the 4@15 program this spring, Brandon Michael Lowden and Minjoung Hwang’s Let Her Kick has been selected by the National Asian Artists Project for the Discover: New Musicals series. It will be performed by an all-Asian cast as part of an evening of four short musicals (details below).
7:30 PM, Monday, December 7, 2015
47th Street Theater
304 W 47th Street, New York
To reserve seats, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m very pleased to announce that I’ll be doing a set as part of NY Theatre Barn’s New Works Series! Organicsubjects such as birds and humans also make occasional appearances in this evening of songs titled More Songs About Machines. Featuring collaborations with Scotty Arnold, Charles Vincent Burwell, Josh Freilich, and Minjoung Hwang. I’m on a double bill with fellow writers Bill Nelson and Joseph Trefler, so come and enjoy two sets of new music. I’ll update with exciting news about performers soon! Tickets here; details below.