Amy Oestreicher Premieres PASSAGEWAYS: Song Cycle And Solo Show At Triad Theater
Following runs at Feinstein's/54 Below, Metropolitan Room, The Bijou Theatre, and Barrington Stage Company, performer, songwriter, playwright, and TEDx speaker Amy Oestreicher brings a premiere solo show to the Triad Theater. Passageways is an original song cycle with live music, and artwork projections, all created by the performer. Music, humor and art, interwoven with autobiographical narrative, as the creativity of the artist becomes an unexpected passageway through profound crisis. On passageways, there's no way in, no way out, only through. So why not laugh, dance and paint our way towards the light? Musical Direction and Arrangements by Bob Goldstone, and Direction by Shellen Lubin.
Amy was last seen at the Triad for the premiere of her one-woman autobiographical musical, Gutless and Grateful, nominated for best theatre debut by BroadwayWorld. The show has gone on to receive seven national awards in her six-year tour. She has performed in productions at venues including Atlas Performing Arts Festival, Primary Stages, and Eugene O Neill Theater Center, and her art has been seen on NBC's Today Show. She's written songs for Playlight Theatre's Songwriter Showcase, her plays have been finalists for honors including the 2018 Audie Awards and Women in the Age of Trump. Her book My Beautiful Detour, is now available for pre-order. More at www.amyoes.com.
Bob Goldstone has had a 30+ year career in New York as a pianist, music director, arranger, conductor, orchestrator, teacher, concert soloist, coach, and writer. His credits span the Classical, Musical Theater, and Pop worlds. His eclectic resume ranges from accompanying the New Haven Opera while he was an undergraduate at Yale, to coaching Sanjaya (of American Idol notoriety) for a Broadway audition. Shellen Lubin, currently directing the Bistro Awards for Sherry Eaker, and several plays for the PDW of The Actors Studio, is the 1st VP & Past President of the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition, past VP of the League of Professional Theatre Women, and an elected member of the National Theatre Conference.
PASSAGEWAYS: Songs of Connections, Abnormal and Sublime will perform at The Triad (158 West 72nd Street) with performances on Saturday March 16th at 7pm, and Sunday March 31st at 3pm. Tickets are $15 plus a two-drink minimum and can be purchased online at www.TriadNYC.com, and http://www.triadnyc.com/event/586e71f0397f954f12a81f419a24e1f7.