Stephanie joins the cast of “My Princess Diana” a workshop of a new musical, culminating in three performances benefitting Broadway Care/Equity Fights Aids at the Ailey Citigroup Theater.
March 9th @ 2pm
March 10th @ 2pm & 7pm
Dir. Brian Ray Norris
Produced by: Sprinkles Productions
Stephanie joins the Broadway by the Year chorus in Siegel's new, critically acclaimed review "11 O'clock Numbers."
"This brand new musical revue, when originally launched at Feinstein’s/54 Below earlier this year, played to a sold out audience and a standing ovation. No wonder it’s returning this summer on Friday, August 10th at 9:30 PM, with the intent of not just repeating its past success, but topping it!"
Stephanie is back at 54 Below!
"John, Paul, George, and Ringo. The Fab Four. The most famous musical singing group the world has ever known. They didn’t just define a generation, they were an epoch all by themselves. Their music might have been born in the 1960s but it continues to be an essential part of our culture today. At Feinstein’s/54 Below, we will celebrate their greatest hits, with today’s greatest Broadway and nightclub stars singing their iconic songs. From “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” to “All My Loving,” and from “Yesterday” to “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” — and from “Can’t Buy Me Love,” to “Norwegian Wood,” Eleanor Rigby,” Nowhere Man,” “We Can Work It Out,” and so many more incredible top ten hits. This isn’t just nostalgia, it’s music written with elegance and beauty, and lyrics written with keen understanding, wit, and style. They were The Beatles. Hear their music live, in concert, once again."
Stephanie will make her 54 Below debut in Scott Siegel's concert series, 54 Sings Broadway's Greatest Hits!
"Previous volumes of this Scott Siegel concert event hit Feinstein’s/54 Below like lightning! This was the show that every musical theater-lover had been waiting for… and now we’re going to do it again, FOR THE RECORD-BREAKING 26th EDITION! Come see and hear another stellar line-up of stars knock it out of the park performing Broadway’s Greatest Hit Songs of All Time!"
"The Town Hall proudly presents Broadway Rising Stars, a national showcase that introduces New York audiences to the next generation of up-and-coming talent as chosen by a panel of discerning judges from among the most outstanding new graduates from schools such as the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CAP21, Circle in the Square Theatre School, Marymount Manhattan College, The New School, NYU's Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts, NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and other acclaimed institutions. The 2018 Rising Stars is spearheaded by Scott Siegel, creator/writer/host of Town Hall's beloved Broadway by the Year series."
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A work-shopped production of a new piece featuring music by Ricky Ian Gordon. Directed by Dianna Heldman and Harolyn Blackwell. Music direction by Ryan Driscoll. Running March 22nd - 25th at the Provincetown Playhouse.
Click here to read more about the piece.
"This week, Nell Benjamin and Laurence O'Keefe—the music and lyrics team behind Legally Blonde—debut the latest version of their musical Life of the Party. Originally developed five years ago, the project has been workshopped in recent months with students of NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Vocal Performance, who are presenting the new musical with a Broadway-sized cast."
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood is based on a novel by Charles Dickens, left unfinished at his death. The story of thwarted romance, a sinister opium den, a stormy Christmas Eve walk to the river, and the title character’s untimely and mysterious disappearance is told as a play-within-a-play by a madcap Victorian musical troupe. Holmes’s ingenious solution to filling in the story’s missing ending is to solve the mystery through an audience vote determining which of the multiple possible endings they will see performed." Stephanie was seen as Rosa Bud, who was voted Edwin's murder three times over the course of the weekend - a performance described as "dynamic and commanding" by the Washington Square News.