Joshua Schmidt: Songbook, With Marc Kudisch, Is Part of Barrow Street's Sounds of Summer June 27

News   Joshua Schmidt: Songbook, With Marc Kudisch, Is Part of Barrow Street's Sounds of Summer June 27 The Sounds of Summer music series, which includes work from Michael Friedman (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, 33 Variations, A Raisin in the Sun), Glenn Berger (Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark) and Off-Broadway's The Civilians, continues June 27 with the Joshua Schmidt: Songbook at the Barrow Street Theatre.

Marc Kudisch
Marc Kudisch Photo by Aubrey Reuben

Songbook is directed by Michael Padden and is scheduled to begin at 8 PM.

The concert features Todd Almond, Cyrilla Baer (Off-Broadway's Adding Machine), Elizabeth Baltes (LCT’s A Minister’s Wife), Drew Gehling (LCT's A Ministers Wife, Jersey Boys), Joel Hatch (Billy Elliott), Marc Kudisch (LCT’s A Minister’s Wife, 9 to 5), Obie Award winner Austin Pendleton, Margo Seibert (Shakespeare Theatre Company's Candide), Bobby Steggert (Ragtime, 110 in The Shade), Amy Warren (August: Osage County) and Lauren Worsham (Encore’s Where's Charley?). The event also features musical guests Tim Splain, Richard Carsey, Steve Gilweski and Brad Carbone.

Tales from the Faucet & Other Stories: An Evening with Glen Berger will be held July 18 at 8 PM. The performance will feature original music by PigPen Theatre Company and direction by Michael Page. The evening of stories by Berger will be presented by an ensemble of performers, including cast members of Broadway's Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark.

An encore performance of Todd Almond: Wyoming and Parts of Kansas will follow June 25 at 8 PM. The concert will feature new music from Almond (People Like Us, Yale Rep's We Have Always Lived in the Castle) and is inspired by his journey across the American plains.

The Civilians in Concert: Gone Missing, written by Steven Cosson with music and lyrics by Michael Friedman, will close the summer series Aug. 8 at 8 PM. The event will be a concert version of The Civilians' Gone Missing, a wry and whimsical musical documentary. According to press notes, the musical is "crafted from company interviews with real-life New Yorkers about things gone missing, from keys cell phones to dogs and friends…even sanity!" Barrow Street Theatre is located at 27 Barrow Street at 7th Avenue South in Greenwich Village. For more information and tickets, call (212) 868-4444 or visit www.barrowstreettheatre.com.

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