Kevin Massey, Chris Hoch, Autumn Hurlbert and More Will Sing Leslie Becker Tunes in Free NYC Concert
Directed, hosted and produced by John Znidarsic, the free evening will spotlight the songs of Leslie Becker.
Performers interpreting Becker’s work will include Kevin Massey, Jillian Gottlieb,Chris Hoch, Autumn Hurlbert, Tim Ewing, Kristin Maloney, Erica Aubrey, Aaron Young, Zoe Raphael, Mathew Schwartz, Marc Koeck and Tyler Lenhart.
Dan Pardo is the music director.
Leslie Becker has written book and lyrics for the musicals A Proper Place, Love 3, Fetching Water and Here We Are, which have been presented and/or workshopped at the York Theatre, Transport Group, Human Race Theatre, San Gabriel Civic Light Opera and The Downbeat New Musicals events. She is also the author of the best-selling book “The Organized Actor” and the follow-up book “The Build Your Business Book.”
NOVEMBER 17th at 7:30pm at Merkin Concert Hall (129 W 67th St, NYC)
With Sean Hartley, host
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