Katie Thompson Performs Adam Gwon's "I Still Love You" in New "Hot Off the Ivories" Music Video

By Michael Gioia
January 9, 2014

Singer-songwriter Katie Thompson, who received critical praise for her performance in Off-Broadway's Giant, performs Adam Gwon's "I Still Love You" in "Hot Off the Ivories," a new music video series screening on Playbill Video that features the work of contemporary musical theatre songwriters performed by Broadway talent.



Created by rising theatrical songwriter Contreras (All the Kids are Doing It, "Love Me, Love Me Not: The Music of Joey Contreras"), the series strives to present new material in a sleek, intimate format, à la MTV-style music videos.

"We are capturing stories with these songs," Contreras previously told Playbill.com. "I want the heart, the soul, the vulnerability, the nuances of these emotions expressed through each video, and I think we'll be able to catch that magic — especially with the talent we'll be working with!"

"I Still Love You," written by Gwon (Ordinary Days), features Thompson accompanied by Gwon on piano.

For more on composer Gwon and his works, read Playbill.com's Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriters You Should Know

Click here to watch "Great, Cool," the first song in the series performed by Newsies' Ben Fankhauser and Spring Awakening's Blake Daniel; here for "Good Friends," the second in the series performed by Spring Awakening's Phoebe Strole; and here for "Town Goes Boom," performed by Hands on a Hardbody's Jay Armstrong Johnson. Click here to watch "Give Words of Love," the fourth in the series performed by Ghost's Caissie Levy and Taylor Noble, and here to watch "Constellation," featuring Adrienne Warren, Ryann Redmond, Ben Fankhauser, Gregory Haney, Eric Michael Krop, Madeline Trumble and a host of Broadway Dreams Foundation students.

The music video, produced by Contreras, features video and sound by Micah Joel for Xerk Media and was filmed at A.R.T. South Oxford Space.