Last night at The Tank, our show Above The Belt performed for the seventh time since I teamed up with Britt Nhi Sarah to produce it. It was a great success. We sold out and unfortunately had to turn people away. I apologize now if you are one of those people turned away. Please contact me and I’ll make sure you get into the next show at The Tank on August 16th. Below are a few photos from behind the scenes that I took. Stay tuned for much better photos at the shows website by Jan Meissner. Please visit our website and learn more about the great artists we have had the pleasure of featuring.
I have the pleasure of being co-producer on Rated RSO, a sold out one-night only event tonight at Joe’s Pub. After two sold out shows in Los Angeles, RATED RSO: The Music and Lyrics of Ryan Scott Oliver will receive its New York premiere tonight!
Next up, March 26th at the Bleecker Street Theatre! 45 Bleekcer St., NYC. Map
Showtime is 8:00pm. Ticket’s are $25 and can be purchased at the door or online at Telecharge.Above the Belt is an aerial showcase that has been dazzling New York audiences for the past three years. It is committed to the city’s reputation as the most innovative stage on earth and every show is new and fresh with a constantly evolving line-up of the most essential aerial artists. Learn more about Above The Belt at our website.
Happy new year to everyone. The rest of this month became booked rather quickly with performance work. I’ll be performing two different styles of shows for the ever discerning pallet. Tomorrow night I’ll be in Williamsburg at Rose Live with Willie and The Wolves, a surf, sould, blues (and more) act . Next week I’ll be at Pace University’s Schaeberle Theater on percussion for Ryan Scot Oliver (RSO) and B.T. Ryback’s world premiere six-night reading of the new musical Darling. I first worked with RSO on a recording for his show Alive At Ten. Read more about Darling on BroadwayWorld.com.
A contemporary love story, Green Eyes tracks the rise and fall of a relationship over time through folk-rock music and modern dance. The new musical utilizes two singers, two dancers, and a five-piece orchestra to fuse both song and dance, shedding new light on the traditional “boy meets girl” story.
Diana Glazer, in association with Steve Tate and Leopold Group, are proud to present Green Eyes as part of the 11th Annual New York International Fringe Festival and will be showing for five dates beginning August 16, 2008.
Directed by Jessica Redish** who recently created the musical staging for the Lortel Award-winning Adding Machine, green eyes has been described by North Shore Chicago Magazine as “a multi-media musical for the John Mayer generation.”
Purchase tickets, listen to past recordings and get more background of the show at the Green Eyes website.
For those of you that subscribe to my RSS feed you’ll know that I did not post anything about my show last night with Les Funky Bitches Fantastique. A referral from Josh Landay who I performed Tock Tick with in February 2007 for Prospect Theater Company. We performed the opening set of the night at The Annex. There is unfortuntely not much online that is up to date regarding this project by Richard Caliban but you can can at least get some background at Richard’s site.
You have only seven more chances to see Honor, the new musical from Prospect Theater Company, where I’m playing percussion with the five piece orchestra directed by Dan Feyer.
Brandon Cutrell invites the cast of Honor to perform two numbers at the weekly Friday night party for the theatrically inclined. With the musical director from the show, Dan Feyer on piano, Yuri Shubov on violin and myself on percussion.
This weekend I will be playing percussion for Prospect Theater Company’s Dark Night Series, Museum Pieces, When Art Inspires MORE Than Life. Technically I’m not playing for all of the mini-musicals but it’s a catchy title for this article right?