Still Covering the ‘Zoo’ Beat

If you liked my last Zoo-themed blog post, you’ll love this one, in which I reflect upon the summer TV season and Zoo‘s sister show, True Detective.

Click the link below to read on The Bee’s Reads:
ZOO DETECTIVE: Sometimes Your Worst Show Is Your Best Show

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PRINCETON ARTS ALUMNI CABARET at the Duplex

I’ll be debuting a new song performed by Hana Slevin as part of this concert of works and performances by Princeton alumni. Check it out! Info below:

Princeton Arts Alumni presents our first ever Cabaret at The Duplex Cabaret and Piano Bar on Saturday, September 19 at 9:30 pm. See alumni perform songs, dance, comedy, monologues and whatever other talents they choose to share!

$5 Ticket in Advance, $10 at the Door, 2 Drink Minimum
Get your advance ticket at: http://bit.ly/cabaretptonarts
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Covering the ‘Zoo’ Beat

My latest blog post is an introduction to one of television’s best-worst shows, Zoo!  You don’t have to be watching this bonkers show to enjoy the piece, but after reading, I guarantee you’ll want to start.

Click the link below to read on The Bee’s Reads:
SAFARI GUIDE: A Midseason Primer on the Terriblemazing ‘Zoo’

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“Hey, did you read Brandon’s new blog post yet?”

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SASQUATCH in the Great Outdoors [Updated]

UPDATE: The June 21 show has been moved indoors due to weather. Join us in the Blue Room  at the NYU Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program, 721 Broadway, still 5 P.M.!

After an indoor trial run, Musical Theater Factory will offer two outdoor performances of The Sasquatch Project  this month.  It’s a work-in-progress as we learn how the piece will function outdoors, so it’s free!

Sunday, June 14, 2 P.M.
500 W 42nd St. (head through the lobby to the building’s courtyard)

Sunday, June 21, 5 P.M.
Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn (west of the tennis courts)

Railing at the MTA

MTA fares are going up again, and you can hear all the kind things I have to say about that over on The Bee’s Reads!

Note: This post originally linked to content appearing on The Electric Feast, which no longer exists. It has been updated to redirect to an archived version published at The Bee’s Reads.

NY City Center’s SONDHEIM REMIX Contest [Updated]

Check out my entry in City Center’s Sondheim Remix contest, “Finishing the Rap: The Seurat Mixtape.” Inspired by the musical Sunday in the Park with George, it adds samples from the original cast recording to additional instrumentation and rap vocals by me. Listen here:

UPDATE: Though I did not win, I’m pleased to announce that my song will be featured along with other outstanding
runners-up at the culminating presentation before the June 26th performance of Tick, Tick, Boom.

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