Toni DiBuono, John Treacy Egan, Georgia Osborne, Howie Michael Smith, Daniel Torres Are Part of Free Broadway's Future Concert March 31
By Andrew Gans
Broadway's Future Songbook Series, which is presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul, continues March 31 in the Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.
Directed, hosted and produced by John Znidarsic, the free evening, which is entitled Could I Ever Be the One?, spotlights the songs of composer Steven Silverstein. Show time is 6 PM.
Attendees can expect to hear songs Silverstein penned with David Arthur, Barbara Campbell, Andrew Zachary Cohen, Michael Colby, Stephen Cole, John Treacy Egan, Drew Fornarola, Blake Hackler, Betsy Hirsch, Danielle Trzcinski and Ruth Williamson.
Interpreting the songs are Alanna Chuyan, Cathy Cooper, Toni DiBuono, John Treacy Egan, Michael J. Farina, Robi Hager, Paulette Oliva, Georgia Osborne, Regina OʼMalley, David Perlman, William Ryall, Samantha Shafer, Howie Michael Smith, Carol Ann Solebello, Daniel Torres, Joseph Townsend and Danielle Trzcinski, with Robert Ackerman, Arden Anastasi, Laurel Andersen, Kate Coultas, Yanet Felipe, Isaac Harold, Ellie Kahn, Sarah Kleist, Jenna Perez, Matt Weinstein, Christa Von Der Burg and Thaddeus Kolwicz.
Steven Silverstein has served as music director for countless Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional productions. As a composer, he has written such acclaimed shows as Human Heart (Billy Rose winner), Boss in the Satin Kimono (NYC Fringe Festival) and 10 Reasons I Won't Go Home with You (Midtown Manhattan Festival). He is the published composer of two major children's holiday shows.
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts' Bruno Walter Auditorium is located at 111 Amsterdam Avenue and 65th Street.
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