News & Updates
My senior (NOT) SHOWCase
On May 14th, the senior class at NYU Tisch's New Studio on Broadway will NOT be having a showcase performance at Feinstein's 54 Below. We have NOT worked so hard on this for the past four years and would NOT love to see you there.!
Tickets can be purchased using this link
Boys like P!nk
On February 16th, at 7pm, I'll be "raising my glass" and singing the songs of P!nk at the West End Lounge! This is my first time singing there so you can say I'm pretty excited. Tickets can be purchased using this link!
Fourways to go
This February, I will be returning to music directing a new work called "Fourways to Go," a musical written by one of my very good friends, Erin McMillen, and choreographed by Maddie Garbaty.
The show goes up at Dixon Place February 8th at 7:30 pm. Tickets can be found here
I'm thrilled to kick off my senior year by originating the roles of Ron & Cat in the world premiere of Iron John, a musical about the German Fairy Tale of the same name, written by Rebecca Hart and Jacinth Laurel Greywoode.
This project, directed by Kent Thompson with choreography by Byron Easley, will be run December 7th-9th as a collaboration between the NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Department and the New Studio on Broadway. More details coming soon!
"What's Wrong with the world?" @ 54 Below
I'll be singing original songs composed with Jeffrey Schmelkin at Feinstein's 54 Below this August 11th at 9:30 pm! This will mark my 54 Below debut and I could not be more excited to do it sharing original work!
Use this link to buy your ticket today!
The Glass Girl
I will be originating the role of "Barry" in the World Premier workshop of The Glass Girl, an original musical with music by David Lancelle, and book by Marina Toft.
This will be directed by Mia Somesse and produced by Collaborative Development Productions in the NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Black Box in 721 Broadway. Fill out this form to inquire about tickets, the run is July 27th to July 30th, so act fast!
"Eight Is never Enough" Musical IMprov
As of this past June, I was recently selected to join the Broadway Comedy Club's very own musical improv troupe, "Eight is Never Enough." Weekdays are spent teaching workshops and doing shows for schools in the club itself or on tour to school's across the country. And on the weekends the public is invited to partake in a special, never before seen show (with the purchase of one drink min.)
Get your tickets here to watch me make up musicals on the spot and laugh a little while you do.