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Rory O'Malley, Rebecca Luker, et al. Perform at NYU Tonight

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New Voice Collective and NYU Steinhardt School, program in vocal performance, present NEW VOICES AT NYU: A Celebration of Songs by NYU Musical Theatre Writers Past and Present tonight April 16 at 8:00 PM Frederick Loewe Theatre 35 WEST 4TH STREET. 

The concert will explore work by current composers in the NYU Musical Theatre writing program, as well as work by some of NYU's most exciting and famous alumni. Bringing these works to life, an amazing cast of Broadway's finest voices will include Tony-nominated Rebecca Luker (Mary Poppins, Nine, Music Man, Sound of Music) and Rory O'Malley (Book of Mormon, Spelling Bee), Elizabeth A. Davis (Once, The 39 Steps), Drew Gehling (On a Clear Day..., The Minister's Wife, Jersey Boys), Kate Shindle (Wonderland, Legally Blonde, Cabaret), Sally Wilfert (Make Me A Song, Spelling Bee, Assassins), and Michael Winther (Mamma Mia, Songs from an Unmade Bed).

Continuing the New Voices mission to support musical theatre writers and their work, NVC presents a collection of songs by a prolific set of NYU composers and lyricists, from emerging talents to those shaping today's Broadway landscape. The concert will feature works by Gaby Alter, Will Aronson, Ben Bonnema, Ben Cohn & Sean McDaniel, Joey Contreras, Julianne Wick Davis, Jeremy Desmon, Vadim Feichtner, Caleb Hoyer, Jenny Giering, Dylan Glatthorn, Kait Kerrigan, Brian Lowdermilk, Brendan Milburn & Valerie Vigoda, Chris Miller, Peter Mills, Matt Sklar, Christopher Staskel, Georgia Stitt, Nathan Tysen and Sam Willmott. The evening will be hosted by New Voices' favorite Danny Burstein (soon to reprise his role as Buddy Plummer at the Ahmanson Theatre in Follies) and is directed by Annette Jolles. The singers will be accompanied by the Director of Collaborative Piano at NYU, Grant Wenaus, with Stephen Benson on guitar, Yuiko Kamakari on violin, Ed Matthew on clarinet, and Clay Ruede on cello.


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