STAGE TUBE: Adam Pascal Performs Title Song from Animated Musical Short LADY OF THE NIGHT
Adam Pascal lends his voice to the new animated short film LADY OF THE NIGHT, directed by Laurent Boileau and composed by Attie Esterhuizen. Below, check out the Broadway vet's performance of the the film's title song, ahead of its premiere in New York City on Dec. 10!
LADY OF THE NIGHT is officially described as:
"The annual dinner commemorating the death of Cornelius, revives Samuel's memories. He was 20 years old when he discovered is attraction to Cornelius. Tormented by regret and misunderstood by all, he never revealed his homosexuality to Cornelius's family, whom he had invited that evening. After their departure, Samuel retires to his room, desperate, and seeks for refuge in his night life : he becomes a Queen of the Night, in tribute to his lost love."
Pascal received Obie and Theatre World awards and Tony and Drama Desk nominations for best actor for Rent. On Broadway, he also originated the role of Radames in the hit musical Aida and starred as the Emcee in the long-running revival of Cabaret. His film credits include Rent, School of Rock, SLC Punk!, Temptation and Goyband. He most recently starred in Memphis on Broadway.