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04.14.2017

Performed his new song "My Own" at Lance Horne's show: New Work, New Work 3 at Joe's Pub! Other featured guests included Amanda Palmer (Dresden Dolls) and Daphne Rubin-Vega (Rent). Directed by Sam Buntrock.

More about it on the Public Theater's site here, and on Playbill.com here! 

More about Lance at www.lancehorne.com!

11.07.2016

In concert with Dmitry Koltunov's new musical FIREFLIES! Read more about the music below. Thanks to Dmitry, Shaun Peknic, and Joe Barros for having me! Video and audio coming soon. 

Monday 11/7 at 7:30PM at The Cell, located at 338 West 23rd St. in New York City. 

"The ninth season of New York Theatre Barn's New Works Series continues on Monday, November 7, 2016 at The Cell with pre-premieres of two new musicals: Days of Rage and Fireflies...Fireflies, a new musical by Dmitry Koltunov, tells the story of a Russian/Jewish immigrant struggling to support his old world family in modern day NYC. Told through the soundscape of an indie-rock score with Russian gypsy and folk influences, Fireflies explores chasing the elusive American Dream, and the timely lessons of love and loss. The presentation will be directed by Shaun Peknic (Once), Molly Marinik is the dramaturg, and the cast includes Ashkon Davaran, Virginia Cavaliere (Mamma Mia), Ashkon Davaran, Katie Lee Hill (Nerds), Bob Kaliban, Kel...

10.19.2016

Theatre C presented ON THE EVE at Joe's Pub on Oct. 19th at 10pm! Directed by Sam Buntrock with music direction by Kim Grigsby. The cast featured Tony nominee Sarah Stiles, Will Connolly, Wade McCollum, Eddie Cooper, Lilli Cooper, Michael Linden, Seth Magill, and me!

More info about the event here!

Written by Seth and Shawn Magill, and Michael Federico. Thanks to Carlos Armesto and Alecia Brooks! More about Theatre C here!

About:

"ON THE EVE is a post-modern wanderlust rock concert of apocalyptic proportions. Erupting from its breakout debut at NAMT's Festival of New Musicals last year, ON THE EVE is a musical experience that pays tribute to the spirit of creativity and individuality in humanity's darkest hours. Our condensed, concert presentation at Joe's Pub brings to life its classically influenced indie-folk rock score in which band members and actors play for their lives, with the vibration of step-dancing as the sound of revolution. "

09.26.2016

Sang songs from Will Aronson's new musicals WHAT I LEARNED FROM PEOPLE and HANSEL & GRETL & HEIDI & GÜNTER at his Lincoln Center concert in the Bruno Walter Auditorium! Our cast included Joshua Dela Cruz, Farah Alvin, Grace McLean, and Beth Kirkpatrick. Read more about the concert on Playbill, here!

Also sang Will's songs in a second concert at Merkin Concert Hall at Lincoln Center: Bound for Broadway XVIII, hosted by Liz Callaway! Other featured performers included Sebastian Arcelus, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and Drew Gehling. Read more about the concert on Theater Pizzazz, here!

Will Aronson is the recipient of a Fulbright grant, an ASCAP Frederick Loewe Award, and a Baryshnikov Fellowship, and you should read more about him here.

07.19.2016

The Skivvies came to Williamstown Theatre Festival July 17th and 18th, and I got to perform their "Dog Medley" with them. Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley are beyond talented- I'm so thrilled they asked me to sing with them! Learn more about the Skivvies on their website, here!

Learn more about the concert event in Williamstown Theatre Festival's archive, here!

Check out my dog onesie:

05.10.2016

Had a blast singing with Kerry Butler, Arielle Jacobs, and Jill Abramovitz on Aron Accurso and Joey Mazzarino's new song "Stuck in the Middle of My Life" from their new show SEEING RED. Thanks, Aron! And thanks to Laura Pietropinto!

 

 

09.07.2015

Sang in 54 Below Sings GUYS & DOLLS, with Cady Huffman, Daniel Jenkins, Kelli Barrett, and more! Special thanks to T. Oliver Reid!

 

More info on the event here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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