Robin de Jesus, Jason Gotay, Julia Mattison, and More to Take Part in EXPOSED Concert, 1/27
The first in Drew Overcash's new Exposed series, Pfeil has performed Joe's Pub, the American Theatre of Actors, Sidewalk Cafe, Le Patisserie, and The Bitter End. He was the resident composer with the ESL children's theatre company in Korea where he developed and produced The Nanny, Charlie's Video Game Adventure and Finding Home and his one man show Billy & Blake was recently premiered at the Tongue and Cheek Theatre. Also a proud AEA member, Pfeil has recently been seen in Man of La Mancha, A Christmas Carol (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Little Shop of Horrors (New Repertory Theatre), Paula Vogel's A Civil War Christmas (Huntington Theatre Company), Assassins (Company One), To Kill a Mockingbird (UCCS Theatreworks).
Joining Pfeil for the 9PM concert will be two time Tony Nominee Robin De Jesus (In The Heights, La Cage aux Folles), Coleen Sexton (Forever Dusty, Jekyll & Hyde, Wicked), Jason Gotay (Bring It On) and Julia Mattison (Godspell). Below is a video of Gotay performing Westland Avenue at Joe's Pub this past August.
Time Out Lounge at New World Stages is located at 340 W. 50th Street. There is a $20 cover, no drink minimum. For more information, visit: http://drewovercash-com.webs.com/exposed
Exposed is a new series brought to you by composer Drew Overcash. In the intimate setting of New World Stages' Time Out Lounge, a different artist (whether composer, composer team or singer/songwriter) will perform a set of music while sharing with the audience stories about why they write and what inspires them in a totally stripped and bare approach, allowing for dialogue and connection between artist and audience. Taking place at the end of each month in 2013, currently set to perform are Blake Pfeil (Billy & Blake), Bobby Cronin (BRATT Camp, The Concrete Jungle), Drew Gasparini (Crazy Just Like Me, Make Me Bad), Carner & Gregor (Unlock'd), Joey Contreras (This Thing Called Love), Drew Overcash (Boys Vs. Girls), Salzman & Cunningham (I Love You Because, Next Thing You Know), and Adam Gwon (Ordinary Days, The Boy Detective Fails). Additional artists and dates to be announced."
Photo Credit: Walter McBride / Retna Ltd.