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Jeremy Jordan & More In Michael Mott's THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS HOW At 54 Below Tonight

New music and some of Broadway's brightest young stars are coming together!

Acclaimed and versatile WHERE THE SKY ENDS: THE SONGS OF MICHAEL MOTT composer and lyricist Michael Mott is set to present a brand new evening of music titled THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS HOW: AN EVENING WITH MICHAEL MOTT & FRIENDS tonight, April 7, featuring popular Broadway and Hollywood breakout star Jeremy Jordan.

The updated official description of Mott's THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS HOW is as follows: "That Was Then, This Is How chronicles Mott's journey from small town dreamer to one of theatre's most promising new songwriters. Joined by some of Broadway and pop's most recognizable talents, Michael shares a personal side of himself in an intimate evening of stories and songs in That Was Then, This Is How. Audiences can expect to hear brand new music from his original musicals, Mob Wife - A Mafia Comedy and Faustus, as well as the premiere of stand alone theatre and pop songs. Featuring Mott at the piano, some of his closest friends and favorite vocalists will stop by to sing from his diverse body of work. Guest singers include TONY and Grammy Award Nominee, Jeremy Jordan (The Last Five Years, Newsies, Bonnie & Clyde), Adrienne Warren (Bring It On, Dreamgirls), Marissa McGowan (A Little Night Music, Bonnie & Clyde), Jason Simon (Paint Your Wagon), Jacqueline Petroccia (Sweeney Todd, Carousel), as well as rising Broadway star, Emma Howard (Matilda, Violet). Back-up singers include Shauna Goodgold, Isaac Matthews and Lindsay Rider. The concert is musical directed by Jeff Cox with direction by Hunter Bird. Produced by Shoshana Feinstein."

THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS HOW: AN EVENING WITH MICHAEL MOTT & FRIENDS will be presented at 54 Below tonight, April 7 at 9:30 PM.

More information on Mott's THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS HOW is available at the official site here.

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