Margo Seibert, Remy Zaken, Howie Michael Smith Will Sing Work of Daniel Green in Free NYC Concert

Cabaret & Concert News   Margo Seibert, Remy Zaken, Howie Michael Smith Will Sing Work of Daniel Green in Free NYC Concert
 
The Broadway's Future Songbook Series will continue October 29 at Lincoln Center.
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Broadway’s Future Songbook Series, presented by Arts and Artists of Tomorrow, will continue October 29 at 6 PM in the Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, 111 Amsterdam Avenue and 65th Street.

Produced and hosted by John Znidarsic, the free evening will spotlight the songs of Daniel Green.

Interpreting the work of Green will be Margo Seibert (Rocky, In Transit), Remy Zaken (Spring Awakening), Heath Saunders (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, Jesus Christ Superstar Live), Ray Lee (Groundhog Day, Honeymoon in Vegas), EJ Zimmerman (Les Misérables), Howie Michael Smith (Avenue Q), Jillian Gottlieb (Unlock’d), Zoe Manarel (Matilda), Carly Kincannon (The Sing-Off), and Andrew Keltz (The Golden Land).

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Green is a composer and music director. His Broadway playing/conducting credits include In Transit (associate musical director), Rocky (associate conductor), An American In Paris, Big Fish, Matilda, Peter and the Starcatcher, The Addams Family, and Wicked. His writing credits include The Museum of Broken Relationships, written with David H. Bell and winner of the Holof Lyricist Award at the O’Neill National Music Theatre Conference; The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen, written with Lezlie Wade and presented at the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop for Stephen Schwartz; and an upcoming show written with Deborah Zoe Laufer premiering later this fall.

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