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Live Performances from "Saxe in the City"

New York-based composer and lyricist Peter Saxe compiles his original music into a cabaret that explores what living in this city means to him. The cast included "The Normal Heart's" Adam J. Shapiro and was led by Andrew David Sotomayor on piano, with Brian Shaw on woodwinds, and Stephen Pfeiffer on cello. Performed at The Duplex in NYC.

"My Own Valentine"

An original song exploring the intricacies of being single in the city.

"Ernie and Bert Living Together"

Featuring the talents of Christopher Michaels and American Idol's Christopher Henry in this gay romp down Sesame Street!

"Home Again for Pesach"

The world premiere of this piece which Peter gave me to celebrate our Jewish Heritages.

 "We Could Be Together"
by Debbie Gibson

Ladies ROCK! was a benefit concert, performed at the Laurie Beechman Theater, to raise money for the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative. Music Direction by Nate Patten.

"I Still Believe"

by Alain Boublil& Claude-Michel Schonberg

At Savannah's historic Lucas Theatre, we performed a variety of contemporary songs in a concert titled, "Broadway Rocks"! Music direction by Kim Steiner.

"You Can't Mend What's Broken"
by Drew Overcash

Music by up and coming composer Drew Overcash were performed in concert at the Time Out Lounge. This is from "Boys Vs. Girls", a musical that has recently been optioned for production and did a Broadway Reading.

Production Clips

"I Speak Six Languages"

at the Waterfront Playhouse

I had the pleasure of playing Marcy Park in The 25th Annual Putnam County SpellingBee and this clip is her main musical number, the scene where she has her revelation, her reprise, and her exit from the Bee.

"Avenue Q Promo"

at Ogunquit Playhouse

An all star cast included Broadway veterans

Howie Michael Smith, Zonya Love, and Lexy Fridell, which opened their 79th season. Here are short clips from several musical numbers and scenes from the Tony Award winning show.

"21st Annual Gypsy of the Year"

at the Palace Theater

Avenue Q and Shafrika the White Girl teamed up to create this skit, written by Anika Larsen and choreographed by Luis Salgado, to raise money for Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS at the annual benefit.

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