Heisler And Goldrich Headline LA's Catalina Jazz Club 3/19
Broadway darlings Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich are slated to headline Los Angeles’ Catalina Jazz Club on March 19, 2009, 8pm it was announced today by their concert promoters, Spot-On Entertainment. Joining Heisler and Goldrich will be a bevy of musical talents including Broadway stars Susan Egan and Adam Hunter along with Dave Barrus, David Goldsmith, Mike Croiter and Sarah O’Brien. Reservations are currently available and can be made by calling (323) 466-2210.Marcy Heisler has been collaborating with composer Zina Goldrich since 1993, providing book and lyrics for Dear Edwina, Dear Edwina Junior, and the Lucille Lortel Award Nominated Junie B Jones. As a lyricist, Heisler has contributed songs for many Disney projects, including Johnny and The Sprites (Disney Television), Pooh’s Learning Adventures (Disney Toon Studios), and The D Show (Disney Interactive). As an adaptor, she wrote new versions of 101 Dalmatians, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and The Jungle Book for Disney Theatricals. Other productions include Adventures in Love (Ordway Theatre), Allison Under the Stars (Workshop, Second Stage Theatre), and The Marcy and Zina Show, which tours around the country and Canada. Ms. Heisler was a co-recipient of ASCAP’S 2002 Richard Rodgers Theatre Award, and was a Joseph Papp Artist in Residence at Second Stage Theatre. She recently collaborated with composer Michael Picton on songs for Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus 137th Edition. She is currently working on book and lyrics for a musical adaptation of 20th Century Fox’s Ever After, slated for the 2110 Broadway season. Zina Goldrich (Composer), along with lyricist Marcy Heisler, will make her Broadway debut in 2010 with the musical adaptation of Ever After. She also composed the score for Junie B. Jones, which has completed three successful off-Broadway runs at the Lucille Lortel Theatre and been nominated for the Lucille Lortel Award. Other scores include Dear Edwina, Allison Under the Stars, and Adventures in Love, which premiered at St. Paul’s Ordway Theatre. She studied under Jerry Goldsmith in the USC Scoring for Motion Picture and Television program. In addition, she has composed for Johnny and the Sprites, and Pooh’s Learning Adventures, and was a staff songwriter for Walt Disney Feature Animation. She is the recipient of ASCAP’s Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award, the Seldes-Kanin Fellowship, a Jonathan Larson grant and numerous scholarships. Goldrich has played keyboards on Broadway for Avenue Q, Bombay Dreams, Oklahoma and Titanic, where she also conducted. Currently, she is scoring episodes of Wonderpets for Nickelodeon and "Third and Bird" for the BBC.