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Photo Coverage: All Shook Up at Monday Nights, New Voices

Monday Nights, New Voices, produced by composer Scott Alan, plans to spotlight lesser-known talents working in New York. In addition to classic musical theatre tunes, the series will also feature new music from up-and-coming and established composers, who will accompany the performers on piano. Past composers have included Stephen Schwartz, Andrew Lippa, Larry O'Keefe/Nell Benjamin and Michael John LaChiusa. Past hosts have inlcluded Sutton Foster, Shoshana Bean, Kerry Butler, Matt Morrison and many more. Past Performers have included Nicki Renee Daniels, Natalie Joy Johnson, Lauren Thomas, Marty Thomas, Jenny Powers and the list goes on.

For more info, including upcoming performances, visit: www.scottalan.net/mondaynights.html.



Janelle Lynn Randall singing "I am Changing" from Dreamgirls (Composer: Henry Krieger; Lyricist: Tom Eyen)




Musical director Barbara Anselmi






Justin Patterson singing "She Cries" from Songs for a New World (Jason Robert Brown)


Michael James Scott performing "Saturn Returns" from Myths and Hymns (Adam Guettel)




All Shook Up musical director and arranger Stephen Oremus


Virginia Woodruff belting out "The Oldest Profession" from The Life (Music: Cy Coleman; Lyrics: Ira Gasman)






John Eric Parker performing "King of the World" from Songs for a New World (Jason Robert Brown)


Randall singing "My New Philosophy" from You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Andrew Lippa)


Patterson croons "Bless the Broken Road" (Rascal Flatts)


Parker singing about "Ordinary People" (John Legend)


Woodruff performing "Autumn" from Starting Here, Starting Now (Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire)


The whole gang--Producer Scott Alan, Anselmi, Randall, Scott, Parker, Oremus, Woodruff, Jackson and Patterson




Jackson and Alan

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Ben Strothmann Ben Strothmann has been a portrait and theatrical photographer since 1995. Since building his first darkroom in his hometown of Milwaukee WI, his portrait studio now looks out over Manhattan where he shoots headshots and production photos. Born to a famous cheesecake lady (Suzy Strothmann of Suzy's Cream Cheesecakes), Ben is also an actor and pianist. Currently he lives in Astoria and studies guitar and Icelandic. Ben is also a volunteer for The Heart Gallery (heartgallerynyc.org) and helps NYC foster children find permanent, loving families. Ben is proud to be a part of the world famous singing waitstaff at Ellen's Stardust Diner. See www.benstrothmann.com for more info.


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